Krishnavamsi is the creative and technical director that happened to Telugu Cinema Industry. With Authentic, Bold and Creative style in his work, Krishnavamsi rewrote the style of film making.
Though his first film officially is Gulabi, it is Money Money that saw him as director. After the success of Money, Ramgopal Varma wanted to make a sequel and it was Krishnavamsi who ghost directed the film. Following that was Anaganaga Oka Roju, another production of Varma. Krishnavamsi is associated with that project for only a few days or weeks. Then the bang came in the form of Gulabi. After that Krishnavamsi has no looking back. He is branded as a creative director. In a industry dominated by the craze of the heroes, Krishnavamsi could pull the audience by his name in the directors credit.
Krishnavamsi was born on 28th July 1962. He did his BSc. in Tadepalligudem followed by M.A. in Agricultural Economics from Agra University. Then he joined the film industry. He started as a light boy then became camera assistant, assistant to the editor and assistant director.
Before joining Ramgopal Varma as an assistant director, Krishnavamsi worked with Crossbelt Mani, Tripuraneni Varaprasad (for Brahma Nee rata tarumaru, naa perey durga, veera viharam etc). Krishnavamsi worked with Ramgopal Varma for films like Shiva, Kshanakshanam, Raatri, Antham, Gayam, Money, Money Money.
Vamsi, as he is fondly called by his colleagues, is also a producer with taste. He believes in what he says and hence produced a bold film like Sindooram. He established Andhratalkies banner for the same. Sindooram didnot fare that great at the boxoffice, though it won him accolades. He also produced Sri Anjaneyam on his own banner Karthikeya Creations. Both Andhratalkies and Karthikeya Entertainment private limited are Vamsi’s home banners.