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Dasari Narayana Rao passes away: Best films of the multifaceted filmmaker

The end of Dasari Narayana Rao marks an end of a time in the Telugu film industry. The multifaceted movie producer has tremendously added to the Indian film industry as a chief, essayist, lyricist, maker and as an adaptable performing artist. He inhaled his keep going on Tuesday, while he was still under restorative care at KIMS healing center in Hyderabad. 

In the current months, his wellbeing had decayed because of numerous organ disappointments and he was always going all through the healing facility. On Tuesday, he endured heart disappointment and did not recoup from it. 

He had been one of the noteworthy individuals from the Indian film industry for about 45 years and has coordinated many film industry superhits and grant winning motion pictures in Telugu and Hindi and conveyed vital exhibitions as a performing artist as well. A large portion of his movies managed issues like social unfairness and defilement. Nonetheless, when he turned into a legislator he was involved in a defilement embarrassment when the UPA government's Coalgate trick broke out. 

The prominent individuals from the diverse strolls of life have been sharing their sympathies and paying rich tributes to the eminent movie producer. 

He had coordinated around 151 movies, which is a record in itself. This accomplishment of his even won him a place in Guinness World Record. Here we take a gander at some of his best motion pictures as an executive. 

Goodbye Manavadu: Dasari substantiated himself with his initially film as an executive and screenwriter. The film that turned out in 1972 had incredible performing artists like SV Ranga Rao, Anjali Devi, Raja Babu. It even won him the prestigious Nandi Award for Best Feature Film. 

Premabhishekam: The sentimental film was praised as the 'business hit' in 1981. The film had Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Sridevi, Jayasudha ahead of the pack parts and was later revamped in Tamil as Vazhvey Maayam and in Hindi as Prem Tapasya. 

Megha Sandesham: The 1982 family dramatization was a breakthrough film in Akkineni Nageswara Rao's profession as it was his 200th film. The film likewise featuring Jayaprada and Jayasudha was Dasari's popular works. It additionally won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu that year. 

Osey Ramulamma: The 1997 film managed the issue of the cast and social foul play. Other than coordinating and composing the film, Dasari had additionally assumed the lead part alongside Vijayashanti. The film was screened at the 1998 International Film Festival of India in the standard area. 

Aaj Ka M.L.A. Smash Avtar: Dasari shot to national popularity after this film, which had notable Rajesh Khanna in the number one spot part. It was the change of his 1983 Telugu film MLA Yedukondalu. The Bollywood adaptation was likewise a major hit. 

Asha Jyoti: The 1984 Hindi film is the change of Dasari's 1981 directorial Srivari Muchatlu. The film denoted his second trip with Rajesh Khanna and furthermore had Reena Roy and Rekha in the number one spot parts. 

Megha Sandesham: Dasari was the executive, essayist and maker of this and he was likewise in the fundamental star thrown alongside Ramya Krishnan. The 1998 dramatization won the extraordinary jury say of the National Film Award for the element film. What's more, was additionally revamped in Kannada in 2007 as Hetthare Heranne Herrabekku.

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