|Name Rama Narayanan|
Parents Meenakshi Aachi, Ramasamy
|Role Film director|
Spouse Radhaa (m. ?–2011)
|Born 3 April 1949 (1949-04-03) Karaikudi|
Other names Ramanarayanan, Ram Narayan
Occupation Director, producer, writer
Albums Nuvvu Nenu Okatavudaam, Tanu Nenu Mohammad Rafi, Lava Kusa
Movies Arya Surya, Kanna Laddu Thinna A, Kutti Pisasu, Kalpana, Vizha
Died 22 June 2014 (aged 65) Singapore
Similar S S Chandran, Venniradai Moorthy, S Ve Shekher
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Rama Narayanan (3 April 1949 – 22 June 2014) was an Indian film director and producer. In the 1980s, he was known as a director who specialised in shooting commercial films in which animals played vital roles, while in the 1990s, several of his films were based on Hindu devotional subjects. He has also headed the Tamil Film Producers Council (TFPC) for three consecutive elections, before resigning in 2011. He died on 22 June 2014 at a Singapore Hospital due to kidney related ailments.
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Rama Narayanan came to Chennai intending to become a songwriter, but he became a dialogue writer for films. He and his friend M. A. Khaja started to write dialogues together under the pen name Ram-Rahim.
In 1976, Rama Narayanan wrote his first story, screenplay and dialogue for the film Aasai Arubadhu Naal. He produced his first film Meenakshi Kungumam in 1977 and directed his first film Sumai in 1981. He also wrote the script for Chiranjeevi's film Punnami Naagu. His 50th film was Veeran Veluthambi, for which M. Karunanidhi wrote the story and dialogue. His 100th film was Thirupathi Ezhumalai Venkatesa.