V. Ramachandra Rao
Pasupuleti Ramesh Naidu
| 6.8/10 |
G. Hanumantha Rao
| 1973 (1973)|
V. Ramachandra Rao (screenplay), Maharadhi Tripuraneni (dialogue)
V. Ramachandra Rao, Tripuraneni Maharadhi
N T Rama Rao (Ramakrishna), Krishna (Gopi), S V Ranga Rao (Zamindar), Jayalalithaa (Sujatha), Vijaya Nirmala (Vijaya)
Kanchana and others appear in Devudu Chesina Manushulu and Manushulu Marali
Devudu Chesina Manushulu Wikipedia
Devudu Chesina Manushulu (English translation: God-made Humans) is a 1973 Telugu blockbuster drama film directed by V. Ramachandra Rao and produced by Ghattamaneni Krishna under the banner of Padmalaya Studios. It was remade as Takkar in Hindi in 1980.
The story is about a Zamindar (S. V. Ranga Rao) his eldest son Kishan (NTR) gets lost in childhood due to the wickedness of his stepmother and her brother, who attempts to kill him. After that, he becomes a smuggler as Ramakrishna who later changes to a good man and accidental way come to his estate but couldn't reveal his identity as his past haunts him. While on the other hand Zamindar's second son Gopi (Krishna) and daughter Gita (Kanchana) lead a careless life and level-headed. And on the other hand, a smuggler assumes the identity of an honest man Hari Prasad (Kongara Jaggaiah), who looks like him, in order to evade the police. Finally, he gets the smugglers and his gang arrested, brings change in his brother and sister's behavior and joins his family, they live happily ever afterNandamuri Taraka Rama Rao as RamakrishnaGhattamaneni Krishna as GopiS. V. Ranga Rao as ZamindarKongara Jaggaiah as Hari Prasad / SmugglerJ. Jayalalitha as SujathaVijaya Nirmala as VijayaNirmalamma as Vijaya's MotherS. Varalakshmi as VaralakshmiTadepalli Lakshmi Kanta Rao as SureshKaikala Satyanarayana as RangaKanchana as GitaDirector: V. Ramachandra RaoDialogues: Tripuraneni MaharadhiScreenplay: V. Ramachandra RaoProducer: Ghattamaneni Hanumantha RaoProduction company: Padmalaya StudiosOriginal music: Pasupuleti Ramesh NaiduCinematography: V. S. R. SwamyArt direction: Kondapaneni Ramalingeswararao and Thota Venkateswara RaoPlayback singers: L. R. Eswari, Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao, S. P. Balasubramaniam, P. Susheela
The film celebrated its Silver Jubilee and ran for more than 175 days in two centers, Vijayawada and Nellore.
The song "Masaka Masaka Cheekito..." sung by L.R Eeswari and Pictured on actress Kanchana was a rage in The entire Andhra Pradesh.
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