Directed by Kodi Ramakrishna
Written by Satyanand (dialogues)
Music by Sri Kommineni
Director Kodi Ramakrishna
Produced by Shyam Prasad Reddy
Story by MS Arts Unit
Release date 16 June 1995 (India)
|Starring SoundaryaSureshRami ReddyRamya Krishna|
Music director K. Chakravarthy, Sri Kommineni
Cast Ramya Krishnan, Soundarya, Suresh, Rami Reddy, Babu Mohan
Similar Devullu, Annai Kaligambal, Rajakali Amman
Ammoru 1995 telugu hd full length movie with english subtitles soundarya ramya krishna
Ammoru (English: Goddess) is a 1995 Telugu Tamil-language mythological fantasy film directed by Kodi Ramakrishna. The film was produced by Shyam Prasad Reddy under MS Arts Unit. The film stars Soundarya and Suresh in the lead roles with Ramireddy, Vadivukkarasi, Kallu Chidambaram and Babumohan portraying supporting roles.
- Ammoru 1995 telugu hd full length movie with english subtitles soundarya ramya krishna
- Stunning sthalapuranam scene from ammoru
- Development and casting
The film revolves around Bhavani, who is a devotee of goddess Ammoru, the rest of the film revolves around her devotion towards the goddess who saves her from evil forces. The film's soundtrack was composed by Sri. The film's cinematography was handled by C. Vijay Kumar. The film became successful at box-office and received positive acclaim for visual effects. The film was dubbed and released in Tamil as Amman and in Hindi as Maa Ki Shakti.
Stunning sthalapuranam scene from ammoru
Bhavani (Soundarya), a lower-caste orphan and devotee of Goddess Ammoru (Ramyakrishnan), is responsible for the arrest of the evil Gorakh (Rami Reddy). Gorakh is released from prison, vowing to revenge. Bhavani is married to a doctor, Suria (Suresh) who happens to be relation to Gorakh. Suria goes abroad to study, leaving his wife unprotected. When Gorakh's mother Leelamma (Vadivukkarasi) tries to kill Bhavani, with the help of a leelama's creditor, the Goddess Ammoru (Ramya Krishnan) descends to earth, kills leelama's creditor and the takes the form of Bhavani's small maid servant in order to protect her. Bhavani's maid servant tortures leelamma, her husband and her daughter. One day suria returns to India after his foreign business and leelama tries to blame bhavani that she is having an illegal relationship with another man in his bedroom. But goddess servant saves bhavani and keeping leelama's daughter instead in her bedroom. Daughter is married to that man by ammoru. Gorakh released from jail due to gandhi jayanthi and decides to take a revenge against bhavani who was the reason of his arrest. First he tries to kill bhavani by giving poison when she was pregnant. But goddess ammoru who is in the form of girl saves her. At last gorakh finds who is that good spirit who make his power useless. Gorakh finds it was a girl who is with bhavani as a servant is goddess ammoru who saved her and child which is in her stomach. At last after the child's birth gorakh plans to dismiss the servant in the way of soundharya to say that if she keeps a pottu in forehead of her servant until she should not come. Gorakh kills Bhavani's infant daughter and tortures her husband, with the help of evil spirit Chenda. Bhavani prays goddess ammoru to save her but goddess doesn't react to it. At last she keeps her hand in soolam and she bleeds. Gorakh pulls her at last some drops of blood spills on pottu of goddess ammoru and she returns in the form of ramyakrishnan and kills gorakh. Ramyakrishna changes her form to goddess servant. At last suria and soundharya realised it was goddess ammoru and she(ammoru) return her child to bhavani and blesses all of them.
Development and casting
Shyam Prasad Reddy, who was disappointed with the response of his previous production Aagraham (1993) decided to make a film in Telugu with extensive use of visual effects after watching Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). Shyam chosen Y. Rama Rao who assisted Kodandarami Reddy was selected as director and Chinna was cast as a sorcerer however he was replaced by Rami Reddy. Eeshwar Reddy who directed films like Mee Sreyobhilashi (2007) and Manorama (2009) worked in the camera department of the film. Ramya Krishnan was selected to portray the role of goddess and Soundarya, who was doing her debut Telugu film Manavarali Pelli (1994) was selected to portray her devotee after she was recommended by Babu Mohan.
The filming began on July 1992 at Ayinavilli at East Godavari district. Despite Y. Rama Rao being announced as director, Shyam replaced him with Kodi after Shyam was not satisfied with the film's outcome. Kodi revealed that when he was offered to direct the film, he had to read books related on visual effects to improve his knowledge. Vijay C. Kumar who handled cinematography said that he had to use blue mat for the graphics related shots and graphics part was handled by Lin Wood. Despite not having a big star cast, the film was shot twice and took three years to complete with the budget of 1 cr 80 lakhs.
Chakravarthy was initially chosen to compose the music, but since he was unwell at that time his son Sri was selected to compose.
The film's success established the trend of mythological fantasy films with visual effects in Telugu cinema with Kodi directing similar projects like Devi (1999) and Anji (2004) in his career. The film proved to be a launchpad for Soundarya, who went on to become a popular actress in Telugu cinema.
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