A devout priest is thrown into public conflict against his atheist brother.

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Madhavayya & Gopalam (as Nageshwara Rao)
Vijaya Nirmala ...
Radha
Shobhan Babu ...
Bhagwan Shri Kishan
Nagabhushanam ...
Seshayya
Allu Ramalingaiah
Varalakshmi G.
Suryakantham
Krishnamraju ...
Krishna (as Krisham Raju)
Padmanabham ...
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Chalapathi Rao
Gummadi
Shanta Kumari ...
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Bhanu Prakash
Sandhya Rani ...
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Known for having conversations with Bhagwan Shri Kishan, Madhavayya (Akkineni Nageshwara Rao) lives a poor and simple lifestyle in a village with his wife, young son, and brother, Gopalam. Due to his brother's antics, he will not only be thrust into a public and acrimonious conflict, but the Mandir's keys will be taken away from him, thus preventing him from conversing with Kishanji. Distraught, he will face many more challenges when the village Sarpanch and others will accuse his brother of not only stealing the keys but also the jewelery that adorned Kishanji. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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20 September 1969 (India)  »

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Buddhimanthudu  »

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Veyi Venuvulu
Lyrics by Arudra
Music by Mahadevan K.V.
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