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The son of the gardener Thota Raamudu (NTR) falls in love with the princess of Ujjain (Malathi). When he faces resistance from the king, he approaches a Sorcerer (SVR), who actually plans to sacrifice this young, brave lad to the goddess Patala Bhairavi (Girija) to attain the magic statuette, which would grant any wish. Raamudu finds about this plan and sacrifices the sorcerer and obtains Paataala Bhairavi. Written by
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finer details and good photography with so minimum Equipment &Money
The exciting story line with so much magic to hold the audience interest. Photography in its best form, even with minimal equipment and economic situation.
Highly experienced actors and actresses with so much finery in every detail...including the shape of scent bottle of the mantrika(SV Ranga Rao) not going to any obscene or undue weight age to any character. Nodoubt it is one of the most exciting and finest movie i have ever seen after "maya bazaar"(old B/w movie, not new movie with same name)which featured same SV ranga Rao , but in a positive role. I never get to see that acting , anymore now.
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