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Occupation  Producer
Name  D. Ramanaidu
Role  Film producer

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Full Name  Daggubati Ramanaidu
Born  6 June 1936 (1936-06-06) Karamchedu, Madras Presidency, British India(now Prakasam District, Andhra Pradesh, Republic of India)
Relatives  Rana Daggubati (Grandson)Naga Chaitanya Akkineni (Grandson)Nagarjuna Akkineni (ex Son-in-law)
Awards  Padma BhushanDadasaheb Phalke Award
Died  February 18, 2015, Hyderabad
Spouse  Daggubati Rajeswari (m. 1958–2015)
Children  Daggubati Venkatesh, Daggubati Suresh Babu, Lakshmi Daggubati
Grandchildren  Rana Daggubati, Arjun Daggubati
Parents  Lakshmi Devamma, Daggubati Venkateswarlu
Similar People  Daggubati Suresh Babu, Daggubati Venkatesh, Rana Daggubati, Kovelamudi Raghavendra Rao, Dasari Narayana Rao

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Daggubati Ramanaidu (6 June 1936 – 18 February 2015) was an Indian film producer. He was the founder of Suresh Productions and has a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most films produced by an individual, having produced more than 150 films in 13 Indian languages. He also served as a member of parliament for the Bapatala constituency of Guntur District in the 13th Lok Sabha from 1999 to 2004.

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In 2012, Ramanaidu was conferred with the third highest civilian award in the Republic of India, the Padma Bhushan, in recognition for his contribution to Indian cinema. In 2009, he was conferred with the Dada Saheb Phalke Award, the highest award for films in Indian cinema. He has also received the Raghupathi Venkaiah Award, and the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award – South for his work in Telugu cinema. Ramanaidu contributed a substantial part of his earnings to numerous philanthropic purposes under the "Ramanaidu Charitable Trust" that was founded in 1991.

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Early life

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D.Ramanaidu was born on 6 June 1936 into an agricultural family in Karamchedu, a village in Prakasam district in the present day Andhra Pradesh. He completed his schooling in the village and had his college education in Chirala and later graduated out of the Presidency College, Chennai. He started his career as a rice-mill owner and later got into transport business. During this time his father joined with a relative and co-produced the Telugu film Nammina Bantu (1958) starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Savitri. He performed the dupe of Rao in the film. The latter advised him to get to Madras (now Chennai) and work with film-makers. He closed down his rice mill as he was not happy with it, and moved to Madras in 1962. He intended to start a brick business but later switched to real estate. His frequent visits to the "Andhra Club" got him acquainted with the Telugu film fraternities.

Film career

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In 1963, Ramanaidu partnered with his friends Tagirisa Hanumantha Rao, Yarlagadda Lakshmaiah Chowdary and co-produced the commercially unsuccessful Anuragam (1963). Following that, he established his own production house, Suresh Productions, and produced Ramudu Bheemudu (1964). Until the early 1970s, he kept to Telugu cinema and made films such as Pratigna Palana (1965), Sri Krishna Tulabharam (1966), Shree Janma (1967), Paapa Kosam (1968) and Sepoy Chinnaiah (1969). Ramudu Bheemudu remained his only box-office success during this period. While in Madras, he partnered with B. Nagi Reddy's sons and formed a company called "Vijaya Suresh Combines" and made some films under the house. In 1971, he produced Prem Nagar, starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Vanisri. The film went on to become a "blockbuster" and its success prompted Tamil and Hindi remakes entitled Vasantha Maligai (1972) and Prem Nagar (1974), respectively. Both versions were produced by him and became equally successful. Namma Kuzhaindagal, Tirumangalyam, Madhurageetham, Kuzhaindaikaga and Deiva Piravi are some of his Tamil productions that were made during the 1970s.

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As all the studios were based in Madras at that date, he started "Ramanaidu Studios" in Hyderabad with the help of the state government in 1983. While frequently making films in Telugu and Tamil, he branched out into the Kannada, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali, Oriya film, Gujarati, Bhojpuri and Punjabi industries. His Hindi films include Dildaar, Tohfa, Anari, Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain and Aaghaaz. As of 2015, he had made more than 130 films in 13 Indian languages. The feat earned him a place in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2008. Ramanaidu also acted in a few films, mostly his own productions. He played a full-length role for the first time in the 2007 Telugu film Hope. The film, which dealt with teenage suicides arising out of educational stress among students, won the award for Best Film on Other Social Issues at the 54th National Film Awards.

Family and personal life

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Ramanaidu got married in 1958 and had three children, two sons and a daughter. His elder son Daggubati Suresh Babu is a producer; his younger son Daggubati Venkatesh is an actor in Telugu cinema. He had eight grandchildren, two of whom – Rana Daggubati and Naga Chaitanya – are actors in Telugu cinema.

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Ramanaidu was a member of the Telugu Desam Party and represented Baptala constituency in Guntur District in the 13th Lok Sabha from 1999 to 2004. He lost the 2004 election for the same seat in the 14th Lok Sabha.

Awards and honors

Civilian Honors
  • Padma Bhushan - 2012
  • National Film Awards
  • National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali – Asukh (1999)
  • National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues - Hope (2006)
  • Dadasaheb Phalke Award - 2009
  • Nandi Awards
  • Nandi Award for Best Feature Film - Andhra Vaibhavam
  • Nandi Award for Best Feature Film - Preminchu (2001)
  • Raghupathi Venkaiah Award - 2006
  • Tamil Nadu State Film Awards
  • Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Film (Third prize) – Namma Kuzhanthaigal (1970)
  • Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Film (Second prize) – Madhurageetham (1977)
  • Filmfare Awards South
  • Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Film – Jeevana Tarangalu (1973)
  • Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Film – Soggadu (1976)
  • Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award – South (2000)
  • Other Honors
  • Honorary doctorate from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati
  • Death

    In January 2014, it was reported that Ramanaidu had been diagnosed with prostate cancer. He died on 18 February 2015, at the age of 78, in Hyderabad. Many Tollywood stars like Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna, Ravi Teja, Kovelamudi Raghavendra Rao, Pawan Kalyan, Ram Charan and Allu Arjun paid their last respects to Rama Naidu.

    Hindi

  • Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein (2002)
  • Aaghaaz (2000)
  • Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain (1999)
  • Taqdeerwala (1995)
  • Santaan (1993)
  • Anari (1993)
  • Dilwaala(1986)
  • Tohfa (1984)
  • Prem Nagar (1974)
  • Tamil

  • Kai Naattu (1988)
  • Michael Raj (1987)
  • Thanikattu Raja (1982)
  • Vasantha Maligai (1972)
  • Kannada

  • Jeevana Taranga (1968)
  • Thavarumane Udugore (1991)
  • Mangalya (1991)
  • Maduve Aagona Baa (2001)
  • Bengali

  • Asukh (1999)
  • Sudhu Ekbar Bolo (1999)
  • Punjabi

  • Singh vs Kaur (2013)
  • Marathi

  • Mazi Aai
  • References

    D. Ramanaidu Wikipedia


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