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Samudrala Senior

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Samudrala Raghavacharya (19 July 1902 – 16 March 1968), also known as Samudrala Senior, was an Indian film screenwriter, dialogue writer, lyricist, playback singer, director, and producer known for his works in Telugu cinema. Samudrala Senior made his screen debut in 1937, and known for his collaborations with Maestro Ghantasala. Films : Writer : Kanakatara (1937) (debut) (dialogues and lyrics) Gruhalakshmi (1938) Vande Mataram (1939) (dialogue) Sumangali (1940) (dialogue) Devata (1941) (dialogue) Bhakta Potana (1942) (story and dialogue) Garuda Garvabhangam (1943) (dialogue) Palnati Yudham (1947) (dialogue) (screen adaptation) Ratnamala (1947) Yogi Vemana (1947) Mana Desam (1949) (dialogue) Laila Majnu (1949/I) (adaptation) (dialogue) Swapna Sundari (1950) Navvite Navaratnalu (1951) Chandirani (1953) Bratuku Theruvu (1953) (dialogue) (story) Devadasu (1953) (dialogue and screen adaptation) Vipra Narayana (1954) (dialogues and lyrics) Donga Ramudu (1955) (lyrics) Jayasimha (1955) (dialogue) (story) Jayam Manade (1956) (dialogue) (story) Kanakatara (1956) Sarangadhara (1957) (adaptation) (dialogue) Vinayaka Chaviti (1957) Bhookailas (1958) Batasari (1961) (screen adaptation, dialogues and lyrics) Pandava Vanavasam (1961) Seetarama Kalyanam (1961) (dialogue) Lava Kusha (1963) Nartanasala (1963) (adaptation) (dialogue) Babruvahana (1964) (dialogue) (story) Shri Krishna Pandaviyam (1966) Bhakta Prahlada (1967) Shri Krishnavataram (1967) Sree Ramakatha (1968) 36. Veeraanjaneya (1968) Director : Babruvahana (1964) Bhakta Raghunath (1960) Vinayaka Chaviti (1957) Producer : Devadasu (1953) Shanti (1952) Strisahasam (1951) Playback singer : Bhakta Raghunath (1960)
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