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Aluri Chakrapani Born August 5, 1908 Guntur, Andhra Pradesh Died September 24, 1975(1975-09-24) Occupation film director, writer, film producer Aluri Chakrapani or Aluri Venkata Subbarao (August 5, 1908 - September 24, 1975) was a multilingual genius and a popular writer and director of South Indian films. Contents 1 Early life 2 Literary career 2.1 Bengali literature 3 Film career 4 Selected bibliography 5 Producer 6 Director 7 Chandamama 8 Notes Early life Aluri was born in Itanagar village near Tenali, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India, in a middle class agricultural family. He learnt Hindi under the tutelage of the well-known poet Vraj Nandan Sharma.[1] Later, he taught himself Sanskrit and English and became a master of the both the languages.[2] Literary career Bengali literature Chakrapani fell ill by Tuberculosis and joined Madanapalle sanatorium in 1932 for medical treatment. He learnt Bengali during that time from another patient recuperating from the illness. Initially, he started translating novels from Bengali to Telugu. His translations of the novels of Sharat Chandra Chatterji became so popular in Telugu, the readers would not believe that the originals were written in Bengali language. Film career He was closely associated with Nagi Reddy, together they formed the Vijaya Vauhini duo. With his creative mind, he started writing short stories and novels in Telugu. He scripted the film Dharmapatni in 1940 for 'Famous Films', Mumbai. Well-known Telugu film producer B. N. Reddy invited him to Chennai to write the script for Swarga Seema. At this time, he came in contact with Nagi Reddy, became a partner and made movies under Vijaya-Vauhini banner. Together, they made successful movies like Patala Bhairavi, Maya Bazar, Gundamma Katha, Missamma, Shavukaru, and Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu that are still popular with Telugu speaking people. Both made 35 fims in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Oriya and Hindi languages. Selected bibliography Dharmapatni (Telugu, 1941) (dialogue) (debut) Dharmapatni (Tamil, 1941) (dialogue) Swargaseema (1945) (dialogue) (story) Shavukaru (1950) (writer) Pelli Chesi Choodu (1952) (writer) Chandraharam (1954) (writer) Missamma (1955) (writer) Missiamma (1955) (writer) Maya Bazaar (1957/II) (screen adaptation) Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (1958) (adaptation) Rechukka Pragatichukka (1959) (screen adaptation) Gundamma Katha (1962) (story) Manithan Maravillai (1962) (screen adaptation) Julie (1975) (screen adaptation) Sri Rajeswari vilas Coffee Club (1976) (writer) Swayamvar (1980) (story) Producer Sri Rajeswari Vilas Coffee Club (1976) Julie (1975) (as B. Nagi Reddi-Chakrapani) Ganga Manga (1973) Ram aur Shyaam (1967) Gundamma Katha (1962) Manithan Maravillai (1962) Rechukka Pagatichukka (1959) Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (1958) Maya Bazaar (1957/II) Missamma (1955) Chandraharam (1954) Pelli Chesi Choodu (1952) Shavukaru (1950) Patala Bhairavi (1951) Director Sri Rajeswari Vilas Coffee Club (1976) Arasa Kattili (1967) Manithan Maravillai (1962) Chandamama Main article: Chandamama Chakrapani came up with the idea of a story book for kids and the result is Chandamama.[3] Chakrapani made Chandamama popular not only in Telugu language but in ten other Indian languages.[4] He started in 1934 the monthly publication of Yuva magazine from Chennai which was later shifted to Hyderabad. Well-known writer Kodavatiganti Kutumba Rao was a partner in this venture. Notes ^ Centenary article: ^ Self-made man: ^ Chandamama website: ^ Revival of Chandamama: Persondata Name Chakrapani, Aluri Alternative names Short description Date of birth August 5, 1908 Place of birth Guntur, Andhra Pradesh Date of death September 24, 1975 Place of death