Koratal Siva (born on 15th June 1975) is a screenwriter and Director who works predominantly in Telugu Cinema. After completing his degree in Engineering, Shiva has assisted his distant relative Posani Krishna Murali and got his first break with Ravi Teja’s Bhadra in 2005 and his stint as the story, dialogue writer continued with Okkadunnadu, Munna, Brindavanam, and Oosaravelli.
His directorial debut was 2013’s blockbuster movie “Mirchi” with Prabhas. The movie is a usual revenge drama and it’s a run-of-mill kind movie, but you just can’t help but besotted by the way he has dealt with the script and thought-provoking dialogues. The success of the movie has catapulted his instant stardom.
Siva’s second movie as director is Mahesh Babu’s “Srimanthudu” which is loosely based on the concept of Adopting the Villages and it is the second-ever biggest hit in Tollywood and has collected a whopping amount of Rs 100 Crores in it’s full run.
With 2 back to back blockbusters to his credit, Siva is the highly anticipated directors in Tollywood.