Ancient India has three prominent families living in Hastinapur, Indraprastha, and Dwarkapuri, namely the Pandavas, Kauravas, and the Yadavs respectively. Hastinapur is ruled by Yudhister, ... See full summary »

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Sulochana Chatterjee ...
Anita Guha ...
Surekha
Kanchanamala ...
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Raj Kumar ...
Abhimanyu (as Rajkumar)
Mahipal ...
Krishna
Nilofar ...
Hidimba
Vasantrao Pahelwan ...
Babu Raje
Ratnamala ...
Revati
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Ulhas ...
Balram (as Ullhas)
B.M. Vyas
Kanta Vyas
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Ancient India has three prominent families living in Hastinapur, Indraprastha, and Dwarkapuri, namely the Pandavas, Kauravas, and the Yadavs respectively. Hastinapur is ruled by Yudhister, aided by his brothers: Arjun, Bhim, Nakul and Sahadev, their common wife, Draupadi, as well as Arjun's wife, Subhadra and their son, Abhimanyu; the Kauravas consists of Duryodhan, Dushashan, and 98 other brothers, their maternal uncle, Shakuni, their blind father, Dhirtharastra, and their mother; and finally the Yadavs who include Bhagwan Shri Kishan, his wife, Rukmani; Kishanji's brother, Balram, his wife, and daughter, Surekha. Surekha meets and falls in love with Abhimanyu, much to the delight of their respective families, especially as Draupadi is Kishanji's sister. At a Yagna in Indraprastha, Shishupal, as associate of Duryodhan, insults Kishanji, who had taken a vow to forgive 100 mistakes, and when Shishupal completes the 100 insult mark, Kishanji slays him with his Sudarshan Chakra. While ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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A classic which would outlive time
31 January 2010 | by (india) – See all my reviews

What can i say about a movie that has the likes of NTR, Savitri, S.V.Ranga Rao and others. This is considered to be the best movie ever released in Telugu motion picture history with memorable acting from each and every member of the cast . This, in my opinion can be called as the first blockbuster of Telugu film industry. I can still wonder about the camera tricks used for the transformation of savitri into ghatockacha in those days when computers were not even known to anyone.Though it released even before my dad was born, i can't help but comparing it to the movies that are being released now a days with so much of technology in them but still can't match this classic neither in terms of the strength of the script nor the camera work.

An awesome movie and a must watch for every individual who can appreciate the beauty of Telugu language. hats off to the director.


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