Lakshmi Deepak

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Lakshmi Deepak
Born
OccupationDirector
Producer Caste - Mudiraj

Lakshmi Deepak (born P. Lakshmi Deepak) was an Indian film, director and producer known for his works predominantly in Telugu cinema, and a few Tamil films[1][2] In 1972, he directed Pandanti Kapuram, which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu, for that year.[3]

Filmography[edit]

  • 1986 Dhairyavanthudu
  • 1982 Telugu Nadu
  • 1981 Maha Purushudu
  • 1980 Dharma Chakram
  • 1980 Sannayi Appanna
  • 1979 Edadugula Anubandham
  • 1979 Karthika Deepam
  • 1976 Vinta Illu Santa Gola
  • 1975 Ee Kalapu Pillalu
  • 1975 Makalo Marumakalo
  • 1975 Naakoo Swatantram Vachchindi
  • 1975 Vayasochchina Pilla
  • 1974 Harati
  • 1974 Inti Kodalu
  • 1973 Anbu Sagodharargal
  • 1973 Gandhi Puttina Desham
  • 1972 Guduputani
  • 1972 Pandanti Kapuram
  • 1971 Jagat Jentreelu
  • 1971 Kooturu Kodalu
  • 1970 Pachchani Samsaram

Awards[edit]

National Film Awards
Filmfare Awards South

References[edit]