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Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (1959)

Ramadasu wants his son to marry Manjari to acquire her father's properties. But Manjari and Raja love each other. So they both decide to teach a lesson to Ramadasu and his son.

Director:

L.V. Prasad

Writers:

Aluri Chakrapani (adaptation) (as Chakrapani), L.V. Prasad (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Taraka Rama Rao Nandamuri ... Raja Rao
Kongara Jaggaiah ... Raghu
Savitri ... Manjari
Relangi Venkatramaiah ... Bhajagovindam
Seeta Rama Anjaneyulu Chilakalapudi ... Rao Bahadur Ramadasu
Jamuna ... Leela
S.V. Ranga Rao ... Diwan Bahadur Mukunda Rao
Mukkamala Mukkamala ... Ao Bahadur Ramadasu's Father
Nageswara Rao R. Nageswara Rao R. ... Ram Singh
Ramana Reddy ... Ramalingaiah
Suryakantham ... Rajaratnam
Girija Girija ... Usha
Siva Rao Kasturi Siva Rao Kasturi ... Takku
Allu Ramalingaiah ... Chidambaram Setty
Chadalavada Chadalavada ... Chenchaiah

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Ramadasu wants his son to marry Manjari to acquire her father's properties. But Manjari and Raja love each other. So they both decide to teach a lesson to Ramadasu and his son.

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Alternate-language version of Kadan Vaangi Kalyanam (1958) See more »

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Building fortune out of borrowing
19 June 2006 | by ev_srikrishnaSee all my reviews

This is the best Telugu film on the portraying the other side of persons who try to help themselves out of borrowing. Difficulties of persons who borrow without proper planning and bury themselves up to their neck are beautifully and most hilariously pictured. The film is a slap on the face of such persons. It is a film filled with all the varieties like humor, love, family bondage, devotion and good character. Each character is portrayed to symbolize a particular human nature. The conflict and emotion of a good person not to cheat others and stay straight forward is beautifully displayed. One cannot stop watching the film once started. The music, screenplay and direction are at its best. The cast aptly suited for the character. You will identify the character and forget the cast. Simply, this film of Vijaya Productions directed by L V Prasad is one of the best Telugu films.


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Country:

India

Language:

Telugu

Release Date:

14 January 1959 (India) See more »

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Vijaya Pictures See more »
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