Balabhadrapatruni Ramani is an Indian litterateur, novelist, playwright, screenwriter, dialogue writer, and film critic,  known for her works in Telugu theatre , Telugu cinema , Television, and Radio. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Balabhadrapatruni Ramani. Hyderabad, India. Telangana Today.
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At a time when Telugu writers are scarce, Balabhadrapatruni Ramani still shines with her stories. The writer emphasises on the importance of human connection which is bare minimum today, thanks to the gadgets surrounding us constantly. Ramani talks to Tabloid Today about how, unexpectedly, her journey in writing began and much more. My grandfather was a freedom fighter and writer. It was quite unreal and inspiring at the same time to hear instances of them travelling the country on foot and eating whatever little fruits and veggies they found on the way.
Also, I used to read a lot and my grandmother gave us some interesting novels. All these childhood experiences shaped me as a writer, rather as a storyteller. I used to actively participate in literary and cultural activities right from my school days.
Post marriage, I pursued and completed by degree. My grandmother stayed with us during that time and I made a note of all her stories. This paved way for my first novel Leader. But, my foray into writing started with a competition conducted by a reputed Telugu news publication.
My all-time inspiration Yandamuri Veerendranath read my poem submitted in that competition and contacted me. He greatly appreciated my work and asked me to quit my teaching job and take up writing full-time.
He also said that there is a dearth of Telugu writers and I have the knack for storytelling. There was no looking back after that. My stories revolve around human connections and emotions. Whether it was Mogude Rendo Priyudu or Andari Bandhuvaya, highlighting the intricacies of relationships and middle-class values always makes for an interesting read.
This is because people relate to such stories instantly. It is really endearing to see people follow my columns and shows on radio as well.
Especially, Kaalam Daatani Kaburlu, which deals with everyday instances of my life, garnered a huge response. People walk up to me and enquire about my house help Varalakshmi and driver Kantha Rao who I frequently mention in my column.
Over the past years, I have written scripts, screenplays, dialogues for movies and TV shows. Currently, I am working on a couple of web series. Just when you have an important day at work, kids fall sick or something or the other crops up at home. He was there to take care of it. Also, I owe a great deal to my guru Yandamuri who encouraged me. Unfortunately, the current generation is not well-versed with Telugu.
They basically come with ideas that are currently popular like horror genre. So, I sincerely hope there would be a change in the scenario as there truly is a dearth of good Telugu writers. Skip to content Main Menu. Mobile Search. Friday, June 05, Writing bug My grandfather was a freedom fighter and writer.
Ramani takes Telugu literature forward
At a time when Telugu writers are scarce, Balabhadrapatruni Ramani still shines with her stories. The writer emphasises on the importance of human connection which is bare minimum today, thanks to the gadgets surrounding us constantly. Ramani talks to Tabloid Today about how, unexpectedly, her journey in writing began and much more. My grandfather was a freedom fighter and writer.
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