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Director  Bapu
Music director  Chellapilla Satyam
Country  India
7/10 IMDb

Genre  Family
Language  Telugu
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Writer  Venkata Ramana Mullapoodi
Release date  1976
Songs  Aakasham Dinchala Nelavanka Tunchala
Cast  Krishnam Raju (Kannappa), Vanisri (Neela), Mannava Balayya (Lord Shiva), Rao Gopal Rao (Kailasanatha Sastry), Allu Rama Lingaiah

Bhakta Kannappa (English title: Devotee Kannappa) is a 1976 Telugu film directed by Bapu. It is based on the life of Shaiva devotee, Kannappa Nayanar.

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Cast

Bhakta Kannappa
  • U. Krishnam Raju as Arjuna / Kannappa / Dinna
  • Vanisree as Neela
  • M. Balaiah as Sri Mahashiva
  • Rao Gopal Rao as Kailashanatha Shastri
  • Kadali Sarathy as Kashinatha Shastri
  • Allu Ramalingaiah
  • Surapaneni Sridhar as Mallanna
  • M. Prabhakar Reddy as Neela's father
  • M. Krishnamurthy as Jara Rashtrika (Vedic form of Peddavema Reddy)
  • P. R. Varalakshmi as Mahadevi Parvati
  • Jhansi
  • Baby Varalakshmi
  • Baby Rohini
  • Jaya Malini as Ranjana
  • Crew

    Bhakta Kannappa Bhakta Kannappa Wikipedia
  • Director: Bapu
  • Writer: Mullapudi Venkata Ramana
  • Producer: U. Suryanarayana Raju
  • Production executive: Jayakrishna
  • Production Company: Gopi Krishna Combines
  • Original Music: Chellapilla Satyam
  • Cinematography: V. S. R. Swamy
  • Film Editing: Mandapati Ramachandraiah
  • Art Direction: Vaali and V. Bhaskara Raju
  • Camera Operator: S. Gopal Reddy
  • Assistant Cameramen: M. V. Raghu and Sharath
  • Playback singers: S. Janaki, S. P. Balasubramaniam, P. Susheela and V. Ramakrishna
  • Production

    Krishnam Raju was inspired by Ben-Hur (1959) and wanted to produce a film just like it. As such, this film was influenced by the film "Ben-Hur". For songs recording, the unit went to tribal areas and composed their tunes and rhythms as songs for the film. In fact, the song "Enniyallo" was based on the research they had done.

    Songs

  • "Aakasham Dinchala Nelavanka Tunchala" (Lyrics: Veturi; Singers: V. Ramakrishna and P. Susheela; Cast: Krishnam Raju and Vanisree)
  • "Kanda Gelichindi Kanne Dorikindi" (Lyrics: C. Narayana Reddy; Singers: V. Ramakrishna and P. Susheela; Cast: Krishnam Raju, Vanisree and Others)
  • "Om Namassivaya Srikantalokesha" (Lyrics: Veturi; Singer: V. Ramakrishna; Cast: Krishnam Raju and M. Balayya)
  • "Paravasamuna Sivudu" (Kiratarjuneeyam) (Lyrics: Veturi; Singer: S. P. Balasubrahmanyam; Cast: Krishnam Raju and M. Balayya)
  • "Siva Siva Ananelara" (Lyrics: C. Narayana Reddy; Singer: S. Janaki)
  • "Siva Siva Sankara Bhaktava Sankara" (Lyrics: Veturi; Singer: V. Ramakrishna; Cast: Krishnam Raju)
  • "Thalli Thandri" (Singer: P. Susheela)
  • "Thinavayya"
  • "Thakita Thakita" (Singer: S. P. Balasubrahmanyam)
  • "Yenniyallo Yenniyallo Chandamama" (Lyrics: Arudra; Singers: V. Ramakrishna and P. Susheela; Cast: Krishnam Raju and Vanisree)
  • Box-office

    The film is a blockbuster and ran for 1 year.

    Awards

  • National Film Award for Best Audiography - S. P. Ramanathan
  • References

    Bhakta Kannappa Wikipedia
    Bhakta Kannappa IMDb Bhakta Kannappa themoviedb.org


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