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Maa Nanna Chiranjeevi (2010)

Not Rated | | Family | 1 January 2010 (India)
A father whose wife has left him because of poverty she created, takes his son to Hyderabad and struggles to find a way to support the two of them and pay for the son's education.

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Arun Prasad
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Credited cast:
Jagapathi Babu ... Chiranjeevulu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ali
Alutit Alutit ... Vishwanath
Brahmanandam
Jhansi Jhansi
M.S. Narayana
Neelima Neelima ... Neelima
Satyam Rajesh
Jayaprakash Reddy
Telangana Sakuntala

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Chiranjeevuli is a man who was a wealthy landowner and farmer, but his better-educated wife Neelima squandered his resources in investment schemes. Reduced to penury, his wife leaves him, and though she wants to take their son Vishwanath and give him a good education, Chiranjeevi (he goes by the shorter name, and his son thinks of him as a hero) takes the boy and struggles to find adequate jobs in Hyderabad to do this himself. He tells the boy that he is working for the CID and that the range of work he is doing, and the places they are forced to live in are part of his undercover mission. Written by RRHowell41

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Not Rated
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Country:

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Language:

Telugu

Release Date:

1 January 2010 (India) See more »

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