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Kodalu Diddina Kapuram (Telugu: కోడలు దిద్దిన కాపురం) is a 1970 Telugu drama film directed by D. Yoganand. It was produced by National Art Theatres of Nandamuri Trivikrama Rao, brother of N. T. Rama Rao.
This film has some excellent songs, including "Nee Dharmam Nee Sangham Nee Desam Nuvu Maravoddu Jaatini Nadipi Neetini Nilipina Mahaneeyulane Maravoddu" penned by famous Telugu poet C. Narayana Reddy in the voice of P. Susheela.
NTR and Jaggayya are brothers. They are very rich. Savithri gets married to Jaggayya, the elder of the two brothers. Jaggaya plays the part that has all bad habits like drinking alcohol, gambling and secret visits to his mistress Vijayalalitha every night. NTR plays the part of a mischievous person who is not serious about his responsibilities. The story is about how Kodalu Savithri suffers for first half of the film,takes charge of everything in the second half,and sets everyone and everything in order as the name of the film suggests. Vanisri is daughter of their servant. NTR falls in love with her.SavithriKongara JaggayyaN. T. Rama RaoK. SatyanarayanaRaja BabuVanisriVijayalalithaAmmamma Avvavva Em Mogudivi Nuvvem MogudiviAntha Telisi Vachane Nee Anthe Choosi PothaneChoodara Naanna Lokam Idera Naanna Maa LokamChoodave Choodu Choodave Oyamma O MuddulagummaClubbante Endariko Bhale Moju Eejabbu Lenivallu Leru EerojuNee Dharmam Nee Sangham Nee Desam Nuvu Maravoddu
Jaatini Nadimi Neetini Nilipina Mahaneeyulane Maravoddu (Lyrics: C. Narayana Reddy; Singer: P. Susheela; Cast: Savitri)Niddarapora Saami Naa Muddu Muripaala Saami (Lyrics: C. Narayana Reddy; Singers: S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and S. Janaki; Cast: Rama Rao and Vanisree)Om Sachidaananda Ee Sarvam Govinda (Lyrics: Kosaraju Raghavaiah; Singer: Madhavapeddi Satyam, Pithapuram Nageswara Rao; Cast: Satyanarayana)The film celebrated Silver Jubilee function and ran more than 175 days in Vijayawada.The film won Nandi Award for Best Feature Film from Government of Andhra Pradesh in 1970.N. T. Rama Rao won Nandi Award for Best Actor for that year.