Bhakta Jayadeva

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Bhakta Jayadeva
Directed by P. Rama Rao
Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao
Anjali Devi
Relangi Venkata Ramaiah
Music by Saluri Rajeshwara Rao
Release dates 1961
Country India
Language Telugu

Bhakta Jayadeva (Telugu: భక్త జయదేవ, Oriya:ଭକ୍ତ ଜୟଦେବ) is a 1961 Telugu film based on the life of 12th Century Sanskrit Poet Jayadeva from Orissa. It was a big musical hit with duo of Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao and Saluri Rajeshwara Rao, with melodies of Jayadeva's Ashtapadis and songs of Samudrala[disambiguation needed].

Songs[edit]

  • Radhamano Ramana
  • Madana
  • Mounalu manave
  • Hara hara Jayakara
  • Dayaganumaa Jaga Deesaa
  • Jaya Jagadeesa
  • Naadu Prema Bhagyarasi Neeve Preyasi
  • Nee Madhu Murali Gaana Leela
  • Priye Chaaruseele
  • Rathi Sukhasaare
  • Yaaramithaa Vanamaalina

Features[edit]

  • Bhakta Jayadeva was made earlier in 1938 in Telugu language. It was directed by Bengali director Hiren Bose starring Surabhi Kamalabai, Santa Kumari P., Venkateswarlu V. and Rentachintala Satyanarayana. It was produced by Andhra Cinetone at Visakhapatnam.

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