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Country  India
Director  Perala
Language  Telugu
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Release date  1993 (1993)

Pillalu Diddina Kapuram is a 1993 Telugu drama film produced by Sangisetty Dasaradha and Amara Srisaila Rao for Konark Movies and directed by Perala. The film stars Jagapathi Babu, Divyavani, Kinnera and Tarun. The music was composed by Vidyasagar.

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Plot

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Raghu (Jagapathi Babu) and Padma (Divyavani) are students at the same college and are in love with each other. Raghu has an older sister (Annapurna), who brought him up and was everything to him. Raghu attends his sister's daughter Aliveelu's (Kinnera) marriage, which is canceled at the last minute due to dowry problems. Raghu steps in and marries Aliveelu. When he returns to the city, he finds out that Padma is pregnant, which forces him to marry her as well.

Some time later Raghu goes back to his village and finds that his sister and Aliveelu have left in search for him. Aliveelu is also pregnant. She and the Padma give birth to baby boys, Anji and Prasad (Tarun Kumar) who look like identical twins. Raghu and Aliveelu search for each other for many years, while the boys grow up. One day the brothers meet accidentally and find out that they have the same father. They set out to unite their respective mothers and their father.

Cast

  • Jagapathi Babu as Raghu
  • Divyavani as Padma
  • Kinnera as Aliveelu
  • Tarun Kumar as Anji & Prasad (dual role)
  • Sivaji Raja
  • Babu Mohan
  • Annapurna
  • Jayalalita
  • Y. Vijaya
  • Soundtrack

    The music for the film was composed by Vidyasagar and released by Supreme Music Company.

    References

    Pillalu Diddina Kapuram Wikipedia


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