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Muddula Mavayya is a 1989 Telugu drama film produced by S. Gopal Reddy on Bhargav Art Productions banner, directed by Kodi Ramakrishna. Starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, Vijayashanti in the lead roles and music composed by K. V. Mahadevan. The film recorded as Industry Hit at box office. The film was a remake of Tamil film En Thangachi Padichava. It was remade in Hindi as Aaj Ka Arjun starring Amitabh Bachchan, in Kannada as Ravimama starring V. Ravichandran.
Ranga Rao (Raja Krishnamoorthy), a rich landlord in a village, spreads terror among the villagers and threatens them to give their lands to build a liquor factory. An honest police officer (Ahuti Prasad) is transferred to the village and wants to reason behind villagers cowardliness and he wants to trap Ranga Rao at any cost. After spending five years in jail for a murder, Raja (Nandamuri Balakrishna) is back to his village. Raja always gives a tough fight to Ranga Rao and Inspector asks him what is the reason behind his enmity against Ranga Rao.
In the past, Raja was a petty thief, he loves a girl Vidya (Vijayashanti) when she comes to know Raja is a thief she reports on him then he reveals his past, Raja was an orphan who is living for his sister Lakshmi only (Seeta) and for her studies he is doing robberies. Lakshmi, after finishing her studies in the city, came back to her village. She still against Ranga Rao's conspiracy. Lakshmi and Ranga Rao's son Chinna (Ravi) fell in love each other and got married with Raja's support. Chinna went missing while Lakshmi became pregnant. Lakshmi found out that Chinna was in his father's house and it was Ranga Rao's master plan. Raja went there, but he was humiliated by Raja. In the meantime, Chinna stabbed Lakshmi but she gave birth to the baby boy before dying. The angry Raja killed Chinna. What transpires later forms the crux of the story.Art: K. Ramalingeswara RaoChoreography: Siva SubramanyamFights: SaahulDialogues: Ganesh PatroLyrics: C. Narayana Reddy, VennelakantiPlayback: SP Balu, S. Janaki, P. Susheela, S. P. SailajaMusic: K. V. MahadevanStory: P. VasuEditing: K. SatyamCinematography: K. S. Hari, TirunavukkarasuProducer: S. Gopal ReddyScreenplay - Director: Kodi RamakrishnaBanner: Bhargav Art ProductionsRelease Date: 7th April 1989
Music composed by K. V. Mahadevan. All songs are blockbusters. Music released on LEO Audio Company.VCDs and DVDs on - Universal Videos, SHALIMAR Video Company, Hyderabad
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