Duration Music directorChittor V. Nagaiah CountryIndia
DirectorB. N. Reddi Running time3h 6m LanguageTelugu
WriterSamudrala Raghavacharya, K. Ramnoth Release date1 January 1941 DirectorBommireddy Narasimha Reddy ScreenplaySamudrala Raghavacharya, K. Ramnoth CastChittor V. Nagaiah, Kumari, Mudigonda Lingamurthy Similar moviesRelated Bommireddy Narasimha Reddy movies
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Devata is a 1941 Telugu drama film directed by B. N. Reddi. Huge success of this film lead to the making of more such films with the same title in 1964 by B. Padmanabham and in 1982 by D. Ramanaidu. The film was remade in Malayalam as Pavappettaval.
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Venugopala Murthy returns to the native village from England after completing Bar-at-Law. His mother Mangamma and sister Seetha are very happy. Venu is attracted towards Lakshmi, daughter of Venkaiah, who works as servant in the family. He takes advantage of the sleeping Lakshmi and promises to marry her. He leaves to city and stays with his uncle Balaramaiah. Venu marries his daughter Vimala. Mangamma and Seetha brings pregnant Lakshmi to the city. Venu refuses to accept her and offers some money to Lakshmi. She leaves the house when her father arranges for the marriage. She take refuge with Haridasu family and delivers a child. Meanwhile Vimala elopes with Sukumar. Mangamma sends Venu to bring back Lakshmi. After several hardships, Lakshmi reunites with Venu.
Chittor V. Nagaiah as Venugopala Murthy
Kumari as Lakshmi, daughter of Venkaiah
Mudigonda Lingamurthy as Venkaiah
Bezawada Rajarathnam as Vimala, daughter of Balaramiah
Goberu Subba Rao as Balaramaiah, uncle of Venu
C. H. Narayana Rao as Sukumar
Tanguturi Suryakumari as Seeta, sister of Venu
Master Ashwathama as Rangadu
Parvathi Bai as Mangamma, mother of Venu
There are about 14 songs in the film. The lyrics are written by Samudrala Raghavacharya and music score is provided by Chittor V. Nagaiah.
"Adigo Andiyala Ravali" - Bezawada Rajaratnam
"Bhajane Modajanakamura" - G. Vishweswaramma and Suryakumari
"Ee Vasanthamu Nityamu Kadoyi" - M. S. Rama Rao
"Enno Nomulu Nochinagani" - G. Vishweswaramma
"Evaru Makinka Saati" - Bezawada Rajaratnam
"Jagela Verapela Travumu" - Bezawada Rajaratnam
"Kroora Karmamulu Neraka Chesiti" - G. Vishweswaramma and Suryakumari