|Produced by M. Narasimha Rao|
Music by Upendra Kumar
Music director Upendra Kumar
|Screenplay by Vijaya Bapineedu|
Running time 2h 12m
|Directed by Vallabhaneni Janardhan
Vijaya Bapineedu (Supervison)|
Written by Kaasi Viswanath (dialogues)
Starring Rajendra Prasad Nirosha
Directors Vijaya Bapineedu, Vallabhaneni Janardhan
Cast Rajendra Prasad, Nirosha Radha
Story by Vijaya Bapineedu, Chi Udayashankar
Similar Pelli Chesi Choodu, Attintlo Adde Mogudu, Minor Raja, Parugo Parugu, Chalaki Mogudu Chadasta
Mahajananiki maradalu pilla movie thappa thagithe thapu video song rajendra prasad nirosha
Mahajananiki Maradalu Pilla is a 1990 Telugu, comedy film, produced by M. Narasimha Rao on Raasi Movie Creations banner, directed by Vallabhaneni Janardhan and Vijaya Bapineedu has taken care of direction supervision. The film was a remake of Kannada film Nanjundi Kalyana. Starring Rajendra Prasad, Nirosha in the lead roles and music composed by Upendra Kumar.
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Mahajananiki maradalu pilla movie sri lakshmi and rajendra prasad rajendra prasad nirosha
Dr. Ram Murthy lives (Satyanarayana) with his brother-in-law Narayana Rao's (Sridhar) family along with his wife Seeta (Subha) and their three daughters. Once Ram Murthy requires money for medicines for a patient in a serious condition and Narayana Rao rejects to give and the patient dies, as a results family splits into two, Ram Murthy leaves the house with his wife and children. After 20 years Narayana Rao tells his son Ravi (Rajendra Prasad) what happened, and also says that he and his sister had considered marrying Ravi to his sister's elder daughter Devi (Nirosha).
Now Ravi decides to reunite the two families by marrying Devi. He presents himself to his aunt, pretending to be Kishtaiah, his father's younger, who died 20 years go. Ram Murthy and his family believe that he is truly Kishthaiah and let him move in with them. Devi is a proud, arrogant woman and is not interested in marriage.
Kishtaiah eventually convinces Devi to marry him, and they move back to his village, where he works as a servant in his parent's house. Eventually Devi loses her arrogant ways and becomes content with her simple life with her husband in their small house. Eventually the truth comes out, Finally, all of them know the truth that Kishtaiah is none other than their nephew Ravi.
Music composed by Upendra Kumar. Lyrics were written by Bhuvana Chandra. Music released on Audio Company.
1Espetu PapaS P Balasubrahmanyam3:33
2Koka TadapinaS P Balasubrahmanyam4:48
3Mahajananiki MaradaluS P Balasubrahmanyam3:52