Rajasimha Tadinada, the dialogue writer and director, who works in the Telugu film industry and made his directorial debut with Okka Ammayi Thappa in 2016, attempted to commit suicide. Rajasimha Tadinada has worked as writer for several his movies. Rajasimha Tadinada also received lot of applause for his dialogues in Gunasekhar’s directorial and production venture Rudhramadevi in which Bahhubali and Bhaagamathie fame Anuskha Shetty played the lead role and stylish star Allu Arjun played cameo. Rajasimha Tadinada penned the dialogues for Gona Gannareddy, Allu Arjun’s character in ‘Rudhramadevi’, that catapulted him to instant recognition. Recently, Rajasimha Tadinada worked for a Kannada film Bakasura.
According to the latest update the writer and director Rajasimha Tadinada tried to commit suicide in Mumbai. The sources say that Rajasimha Tadinada was in depression for more than a year and he was not getting the offers from film Industry. He took high dose of sleeping pills in the hotel room in Mumbai. Today morning Rajasimha Tadinada was found in unconscious state in hotel room. More details about his current health status are awaited.
Rajasimha Tadinada has also worked with Dil Raju for few films. Rajasimha Tadinada decided to turn director in 2007. While his initial effort a film with producer ML Kumar Chowdary’s son failed to take form despite him spending seven months on the project, he later turned attention to write ‘Okka Ammayi Thappa’. Rajasimha Tadinada narrated the story of Okka Ammayi Thappa to Sundeep Kishan in 2012 but when Anji Reddy came forward to produce the movie, Okka Ammay Thappa went on the floor. Nithya Menen played the female lead role and it was a hit at the box office.
After the release of Okka Ammayi Thappa, Rajasimha Tadinada told in an interview that in future he would never restrict himself to a particular genre. Instead, he would try to explore and enhance his acting skills in the best way possible. Rajasimha Tadinada also said , job of the director is to express the theme in a possible way, that it goes and touch the hearts of the audiences.