Chakravarty Devulapalli

Chakravarty Devulapalli

Actor, Assistant Director, Author, Crew, Dialogue Editor, Director, Filmmaker, Researcher, Screenwriter, Script Consultant, Script Supervisor, Story Analyst, Subtitler and Translator

Houston, Texas

Member Since:
October 2014
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About Chakravarty



  • Amaravati

    Amaravati (2015)
    Film by Raghavendra Kumar Nn (Documentary and Short) Writer Situated on the banks of river Krishna, Amaravati is a small town of Andhra Pradesh, India for its pre-historic Amareshwara Temple and dedicated to Lord Shiva. Amaravati is also the site of a great Buddhist Stupa built during the pre-Mauryan times. This documentary examines both the traditions and deliberates the historical origins of the temple vis-a-vis the Buddhist monastery.

  • Sight Unseen

    Sight Unseen (2014)
    Film by Joy Augustine (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

  • Three Nights

    Three Nights (2014)
    Film by Powell Jadaun (Short, Drama and Romance) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

  • Rab da Vaasta...

    Rab da Vaasta... (2013)
    Film by Chakravarty Devulapalli (Drama, History, News and Short) Writer & Director One Sunday morning, a no typical customer walks into a small time barber shop in East Delhi, demanding a shave. Having faced the ordeal of 1984 anti-Sikh reprisal, Manjeet Singh Sandhu, a devout Sikh-turned-barber mulls over and faces an epiphany of sorts, upon coming face to face with his bête noire. Contextualized in the socio-religious political events of 1984-87 India (in the aftermath of Operation Bluestar and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination), Rab da Vaasta (For God's Sake) - Every Drop Matters, is a screen adaptation of Hernando Téllez's well-known story - Espuma y nada más (Just Lather, That's All). Written by Chakravarty Devulapalli

  • Samapti: Love in Ashes

    Samapti: Love in Ashes (2013)
    Film by Benjamin Theodore Rowe (Short, Drama and Family) Actor Feeling an obligation to put his deceased husband Rohan to rest, Casey makes the journey from his home in Canada to return his ashes to Rohan's estranged family in India. Their first meeting is not what he expected, and Casey begins to learn the devastating details of Rohan's past. His journey to honour his husband quickly turns into a struggle of betrayal, responsibility, and acceptance. Written by Anonymous

  • Kadambani

    Kadambani (2013)
    Film by Powell Jadaun (Short and Drama) Actor

  • Dhummu (Dust)

    Dhummu (Dust) (2013)
    Film (short) by Venu Dawat (Action and Short) Actor, Asst. Director & Production Manager


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