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Two unemployed college graduates from Madras, Rao and Mary act as if they are a married couple to get a job as school teachers in a small village called Appapuram. The story unfolds into an... See full summary »
The story revolves around the characters in the Hindu Epic "The Mahabharata" and is set in Dwaraka, the hometown of Lord Krishna (NTR). Arjuna's son Abhimanyu(ANR) falls in love with ... See full summary »
A group of children use a time machine to investigate a robbery. The protagonist couple, in their attempt to rescue the kids, get stuck in the machine and travel all the way back to the ... See full summary »
Raghaviah (K. Vishwanath) and Ram Mohan Rao (Ranganath) are brothers-in-law. But Ram Mohan Rao is at loggerhead with Raghavaiah because of a family feud. Raghavaiah is nearing his 60's and ... See full summary »
Two ill-behaved children are orphaned in an accident and are forced to live with their estranged grandfather, a hard-boiled veteran. Their relationship is strained at first, but over time they warm up to each other.
Thota Ramudu (N. T. Rama Rao), son of a lowly gardener, falls for the princess of Ujjain (Malathi). Her father, the king of Ujjain, sets a challenge before him to prove himself worthy of the princess's hand. Nepala Manthrikudu (S. V. Ranga Rao), a sorcerer, contacts Ramudu and promises that he can help him in his mission, aided by the goddess Patala Bhairavi. However, Ramudu is not aware of the sorcerer's real plan: to sacrifice this young, brave lad to the goddess in order to attain a magic statuette, which would grant any wish. Written by
After getting released on 15th march 1951 'pathala bhairavi' created the box office sensation by clebrating 100days in 28 centers.it was one of the four films selected from India for International film festival in 1952. See more »
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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