Prabhavati lives a wealthy lifestyle in India with her dad, mom, and elder sister, Rani. Rani is of marriageable age and her marriage is arranged with her mom's half-brother, but just after...
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Since 1965 bitter hatred and animosity has reigned between two families, namely that of Indrasen's and the Reddys, which results in the death of Indrasen's dad, and his two uncles, one of ... See full summary »
Raju, a restaurant owner in New Zealand falls in love with Swapna. Whilst visiting India, Raju saves Sandhya, a pregnant woman from committing suicide and decides to help her by acting as her husband for her family, until the baby is born.
Raju (Chiranjeevi) is a do-gooder who helps his co-workers in a Vishakhapatnam shipyard, but when his mother suffers a paralytic stroke, he moves back to Hyderabad and looks for a job. Uma ... See full summary »
Prabhavati lives a wealthy lifestyle in India with her dad, mom, and elder sister, Rani. Rani is of marriageable age and her marriage is arranged with her mom's half-brother, but just after the marriage one of their servants, Sheroo, a close friend of her dad's, kills her mother, is arrested by the Police, tried in Court, and sentenced to 15 years in jail. Since that day relations have been strained between her dad, Rani, and her husband. She re-locates to U.S.A. to study, and when she returns she finds that Sheroo's has been replaced by his son, Veeru, and runs their household, while there has been no improvement in the relationship between her dad and Rani and her family, which also includes, Veena, Rani's daughter. Prabhavati attempts to bridge the misunderstandings between her dad and sister, but to no avail, and when she proposes to get married to Rani's nephew, Ranjeet, her father opposes this tooth and nail. Then Sheroo is discharged from prison and returns home to find that ...Written by
KS Ravikumar who is known for many evergreen films like Muthu, Avvai Shanmugi, Dharma Chakram, Nattamai. But this film marks the debut of the director in telugu film industry. Sneham Kosam is a remake of Tamil Superhit action drama Natpukkaga starring Sarath Kumar, Vijay Kumar, Simran, Mansoor Ali Khan See more »
Sneham Kosam scores 10 out of 10 for its emotions. I will rate Film as a whole giving it 9 points out of 10. This may be a exaggeration for some of them reading this article but it is true that this movie will bring tears in your eyes at least once while you watch the movie.If you are a stone hearted person surely this movie is not for you.Movie Showcases the bonded friendship which has to been on the screen.
The movie starts off well with sensible comedy and will engross you in the last hour of the movie. The Director and Chiranjeevi will make you feel that it is worth watching the movie for emotions expressed. If you have seen Chiranjeevi in Mass movies and think he cannot do sentiment effectively then you are in a wrong side of the boat. Go watch this movie and you will accept Chiranjeevi as an universal actor who can do all the Nava rasas in the acting. Director Ravi kumar has taken keen care not to dilute the effect on the screen. Kudos to Ravikumar too.....
I would illustrate you with an live example of the Power of Chiru. My Dad who had seen few Chiranjeevi movies had opinions that Chiru is good at only Dance and fights until he watched Sneham kosam. Now he is a fan of Chiranjeevi. He watches most of his movies with great respect. Hats off to Chiru. He is one gem who has all the grace in his face,gifted talent and his hard work combined which makes him closer to all audiences from the ages 7 to 70. He is surely a Mega Star in the Indian film Industry.
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