UPASANA (Hindi) – A 22 part Costume Drama TV serial directed by Dr . S . Krishnaswamy and produced by
Dr . Mohana, based on the twin Tamil epics Silappadikaram and Manimegalai written in the 2nd century by Ilango Adigal and Seethalai Saathanar. It has been dubbed into Tamil and telecast under the title, AALAYAM
JANA PEHCHANA (13 episode) (Hindi) – A TV series of award winning short stories by famous Tamil authors including Jayakanthan. Directed by Dr . S . Krishnaswamy and produced by Dr . Mohana.
NALLATHOR VEENAI (12 Episodes) – With Screenplay and Direction by Dr . S . Krishnaswamy, based on a story by well-known Tamil author, Jayakanthan, the serial features National-Award-Winning actress, Lakshmi, in the lead role, with Poornam Viswanathan, Nizhalgal Ravi, ARS, and several other stellar names of the South Indian film world.
THEEKKUL VIRAL (16 Episodes) – A weekly serial directed by Latha Krishna, with story and dialogue by the well – known Tamil novelist, Vaasanthi, featuring award winning artistes, Abishek and Viji Chandrasekar in the lead roles.
OORARINDA RAHASYAM (50 Episodes) – Based on award winning Short Stories by different authors – each one presenting a contemporary social problem, the first 16 episodes won the BRISTOL AWARD for the best Television Serial, prompting us to produce 34 more episodes. The themes cover a wide range from family drama to political satire, from light hearted comedy to serious issues, fantasy to abject realism, with emphasis on portraying one chosen hue of a contemporary social scene each week. Produced by Dr . Mohana Krishnaswamy, a few episodes each have been directed by Dr . S . Krishnaswamy, Latha Krishna or Gita Krishna Raj.
VISALAM (52 Episodes) – Directed by Gita KrishnaRaj, with story and dialogue by Dr. S . Krishnaswamy, the serial traces a matriarchal lineage of four generations of women, unfolding the saga of South India from the perspectives of an educated, prosperous family, tracing the gradual but daunting changes that sweep the family and its values as societal changes impinge on the women of the household.
UNMAI SUDUM (12 Episodes) – Consisting of gems among the writings of the celebrated author Jayakanthan, these contemporary short stories reflect social realities based in rural and urban South India. Directed by
Dr. S . Krishnaswamy, the serial features eminent artistes including Srividya, Srikanth, V. Gopalakrishnan, ARS, Poornam Viswanathan, Shoba, Swaminathan and several others.
SHAKTI (14 Episodes) ( Hindi ) – With Hindi dialogue by different writers, this serial of short stories is directed by
Dr . S . Krishnaswamy, based on the cream of short stories by Jayakanthan. It features Syed Jaffrey, Girish Karnad, Lakshmi, Srividya, Zarina Wahab, Moon Moon Sen, Paintal, and several others.
THUPPARIYUM SAMBU (15 Episodes) – A comedy based on the central character of a genuinely naive “detective” who nevertheless stumbles upon success in each one of his efforts – a laugh-riot, directed by Dr . S . Krishnaswamy, based on a novel by legendary humourist DEVAN. The title role is performed by the celebrated comedian Y . Gee . Mahendra.
ANANDA THANDAVAM (7 Episodes) – A mythological costume-drama on stories about the Saivite Saints of South India. These stories are taken out of Thiruvilayadal Puranam which are immensely popular Directed by Dr . S . Krishnaswamy & MOHANA.
BUDDHA JATAKAM (13 Episodes) – A compilation of two important stories from the Jataka Tales, VIDHURA JATAKA (directed by Gita) & UMMAKKA JATAKA (directed by Latha). Produced with many special effects and high production values, employing VIRTUAL REALITY combined with live action, this is based on a well-researched screenplay by
A . S . Nagarajan, with dialogue by Valampuri Somanathan.
THYAGABHOOMI (Hindi – Telefilm) 120 minutes – The original Tamil version of this film, produced and directed by
K .Subrahmanyam, based on a novel by the doyen among Tamil writers, KALKI, was banned by the then British Government in 1939 for propagating ideals of the Indian freedom struggle. Hailed as a landmark among Indian films, it is also considered as the high water mark among Indian films portraying the rights of women. Dr . S . Krishnaswamy made a new Hindi version of this in 1989 to mark the 50th anniversary of the ban on the original, and as a tribute to the memory of his father K .Subrahmanyam. The HINDI version features Bharat Bhushan in a lead role as father of the heroine protagonist, while Gita plays the main role.