Siri Siri Muvva is a 1976 Telugu drama film written and directed by K. Viswanath, The film starred Jayapradha and Chandra Mohan. K. Vishwanath later remade the film with his leading lady Jayapradha, as Sargam in 1979. The film was screened at the International Film Festival of India, and Moscow International Film Festival, and has received two National Film Awards.
The story is about Hyma (Jayapradha), a mute girl who is passionate about dancing. She is ill-treated by her stepmother (Ramaprabha), who wants to make her daughter Savithri (Kavitha) a heroine. Sambayya (Chandramohan), an orphan is deeply in love with Hyma, and saves her from being cheated by her vile stepmother and her nephew, Badram (Devadas Kanakala).
Sambayya takes Hyma to the city after her father's (Satyanarayana) death, where he is inflicted by TB. Once Hyma gets to know, she earns money by dancing at a Kalakshetra. Sambayya wants her to marry the organizer Ram Babu, but Hyma's heart beats only for her loyal companion Sambayya. Savithri acts in a movie and gets shunned by all, and Hyma takes care of them-all is forgiven. Sambayya and Hyma get married and all's well that ends well.
"Andaaniki Andam" (Singer: S.P. Balasubramaniam)
"Eavari Kevaru Ee Lokamlo" (Singer: S.P. Balasubramaniam)