|Years active 1995–present|
Children Ritwik Vamsi
Spouse Ramya Krishnan (m. 2003)
|Role Film director|
Name Krishna Vamsi
|Occupation Film directorfilm producerscreenwriterchoreographer|
Education Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University
Awards National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu
Movies Govindudu Andarivadele, Gulabi, Paisa, Chandamama, Mogudu
Similar People Ramya Krishnan, Ganesh Babu, Meka Srikanth, Prakash Raj, Akkineni Nagarjuna
Born 27 July 1962 (age 59), Tadepalligudem
Reason to Direct That Film - Krishna Vamsi || Frankly With TNR || Talking Movies With iDream
Pasupuleti Krishna Vamsi, known popularly as Krishna Vamsi, is an Indian film director, producer and choreographer known for his work in Telugu cinema. Vamsi made his directorial debut with the 1995 crime film, Gulabi, starring J. D. Chakravarthi. He has received two National Film Awards, three Filmfare Awards South and three Nandi Awards. Before his directorial debut with Gulabi, he worked as an assistant director to Ram Gopal Varma.
- Reason to Direct That Film Krishna Vamsi Frankly With TNR Talking Movies With iDream
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- Personal life
In 1996, he directed the film Ninne Pelladata, one of the highest grossing Telugu films of the time. He subsequently directed the critically acclaimed crime film, Sindhooram under his production house Andhra Talkies; both the films won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu. In 2002, he ventured into Bollywood with Shakti:The Power, a remake of his own 1998 telugu cult classic Antahpuram.
Nakshatram director krishna vamsi interview frankly with tnr 42 talking movies with idream 247
Krishna Vamsi is married to Ramya Krishnan, a South Indian actress. Ramya Krishnan acted in two of his films, Sri Anjaneyam (in a guest role) and Chandralekha, prior to marriage. Krishna Vamsi is known to be a fan of Sitarama Sastry. The films for which Sitarama Sastry wrote lyrics, which are directed by Krishna Vamsi include Ninne Pelladatha, Gulabi, Sindhooram, Chandralekha, Murari, Khadgam, Chakram, Mahatma, and Paisa. Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry adopted Krishna Vamsi, not legally through Indian Government Gazette, but by traditional Hindu method.
Krishna Vamsi began his career with Tripuraneni Varaprasad also known as Chitti before working for a brief time with Ram Gopal Varma. In 2007, Vamsi directed Chandamama. His next project was the 2009 film Sasirekha Parinayam, followed by Mahatma the same year, which was Srikanth's 100th movie.
He then directed Mogudu (2011) starring Gopichand, Taapsee Pannu and Shraddha Das in the lead roles with Gadde Rajendra Prasad, Roja and Naresh in supporting roles.