B. N. Reddy
Chakrapani (dialogue), Chakrapani (story), B.N. Reddi (screen adaptation)
Bommireddy Narasimha Reddy
Chittor V. Nagaiah, Balantrapu Rajanikanta Rao, Ogirala Ramachandra Rao
Chittor V. Nagaiah,
Chittor V Nagaiah and Mudigonda Lingamurthy appear in Swarga Seema and Yogi Vemana
Swarga Seema (Telugu: స్వర్గసీమ) is a 1945 Telugu drama film directed by B. N. Reddy and starring Chittor V. Nagaiah, B. Jayamma and Bhanumathi Ramakrishna.
It is the first Telugu film to be screened at the International Film Festival, Vietnam.
Murthy (Nagaiah) is a publisher happily married to Kalyani (Jayamma) and the proud father of their children. He watches a street play in his village, and notices the beautiful Subbalaxmi (Bhanumathi) in that troupe. He advises Subbalaxmi's father to take her to Madras where she would have the potential to become a big theatre artiste. He even refers them to a theatre company. They travel to Madras. Subbalaxmi is offered the lead role and changes her name to Sujatha. Murthy falls for Sujatha's charms and neglects his family. Kalyani fends for her children by taking up small tailoring works and leading a hard life. At the end, Murthy realizes his mistake and returns to his family.
Both Ghantasala and Marcus Bartley made their debut in this film
ReferencesSwarga Seema Wikipedia
Swarga Seema IMDb Swarga Seema themoviedb.org