Rajamoulu made his directorial debut with the serial 'Shanti Nivasam,' later he rose to fame in Indian and international cinema. He worked along with his father as a screen writer for all his films. His recent film ‘RRR’ is aiming for Oscar glory.
Trivikram started his journey as a writer with the movie Swayamvaram. He wrote screenplays and stories for many movies, like Nuvve Kavali, Nuvu Naku Nachaav, and Vasu, and turned director with the movie Nuvve Nuvve.
Since then, he has received many hits, including the recent film "Ala Vaikunta Puram Lo."
Vijayendra Prasad made his debut as
a writer with the movie Janaki Ramadu. Vijayendra Prasade has co written all the movies directed by his son Rajamouli. He also wrote stories for Bollywood films.
Puri made his debut as a writer and director with the film Badri. In every film he makes, the protagonist is given
a lot of prominence in his narrative.
Puri approaches things differently than other writers and filmmakers in Telugu.
Vamsi made his debut as a writer with the movie Prema Lekha. After working as a writer for many hit films, he turned director with the film "Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India." His tales have always been quite powerful.
Koratala Siva was introduced to Telugu cinema as a writer with the film Girlfriend. Later, he turned into
a filmmaker and delivered many hit films. His stories carry great emotions and a social message.
52 movies feature the work of screenwriter Tanikella Bharani. With the film Ladies Tailor, he made his debut as a storyteller. He is a superb actor, as well. He performed in several movies and authored tales. In addition, he authored several plays and songs.
These brothers, who were introduced
to the film industry with the movie Chalichimala, have contributed dialogues and stories to many movies since then. With Kai Raja Kai they have turned into filmmakers.
He is a renowned novelist and has also served as a screenwriter for many movies. His books have been adapted and made into movies. He made his debut as a screenwriter with the film "Oka Oori Katha."