Maryada Ramanna

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Maryada Ramanna
Maryada Ramanna.JPG
Release poster
Directed by S. S. Rajamouli
Produced by Shobu Yarlagadda
Prasad Devineni
Written by S. S. Kanchi
(dialogue)
Screenplay by S. S. Rajamouli
Story by S. S. Kanchi
Vara Mullapoodi
(story idea)
Starring
Music by M. M. Keeravani
Cinematography C. Ramprasad
Edited by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Production
  company
Arka Media Works
Distributed by Arka Media Works
Release date(s)
  • 23 July 2010 (2010-07-23)
Country India
Language Telugu
Box office INR300 million (US$5.0 million)[1]

Maryada Ramanna is a 2010 Telugu comedy thriller film directed by S. S. Rajamouli starring Sunil and Saloni Aswani in lead roles.[2] This film is a remake of Buster Keaton's 1923 film, Our Hospitality.[3][4] This is the second film for Sunil as a hero.[5] The film opened to favourable reviews by critics and turned out to become a super hit.[6][7]

Maryada Ramanna itself has been remade in Kannada as Maryade Ramanna starring Komal Kumar and Nisha Shah, in Bengali as Faande Poriya Boga Kaande Re starring Soham Chakraborty and Srabanti Chatterjee, and in Hindi as Son of Sardaar starring Ajay Devgn and Sonakshi Sinha. It has been remade in Tamil as Vallavanukku Pullum Aayudham starring Santhanam and Ashna Zaveri in the lead roles. Also been remade in Japanese version.

Plot[edit]

Faction feud in Andhra Pradesh results in the death of Ramineedu's (V. Nagineedu) brother and he, along with his two sons Mallasuri (Supreeth Reddy) and Baireddy (Venugopal), vow for revenge. Time turns 28 years and comes to Hyderabad. Here lives Ramu (Sunil), an innocent and somewhat unlucky guy whose parents are no more and is ousted out of his job. His life takes a turn with a correspondence that he has got five acres of land in his hometown in Andhra Pradesh. He decides to sell that land and sets off to the village. In this process, he also meets Aparna (Saloni Aswani) who is the daughter of Ramineedu. However, much to Ramu's bad luck, he happens to be the son of the man who killed Ramineedu's brother and he ends up in their home itself. He takes advantage of a tradition of their house that not even one drop of blood should fall inside the house. Whether he comes alive out of their hands or not forms the rest of the story.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Maryada Ramanna
Soundtrack album by M. M. Keeravani
Released 6 July 2010
Recorded 2010
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 19:57
Language Telugu
Label Vel records
Producer M. M. Keeravani
M. M. Keeravani chronology
Jhummandi Naadam
(2010)
Maryada Ramanna
(2010)
Anaganaga O Dheerudu
(2010)

The audio was released at a function held at Shilpakala Vedika, Hyderabad. The launch of the audio release was webcast live on the internet, and it got a good response from internet viewers all over the world.[8]

Dasari Narayana Rao released the audio and handed over the first copy to K. Raghavendra Rao. The function was also attended by noted film fratenity like Junior NTR, Ravi Teja, Prakash Raj, VV Vinayak, Dil Raju, Prabhas, Sirivennela and other prominent cast and crew of the film. Meanwhile music director MM Keeravani's birthday was also celebrated at a star studded function.[8]

Tracklist
No. Title Lyrics Artist(s) Length
1. "Ammayi Kitiki Pakkana"   Anantha Sreeram Karunya, Chaitra 3:37
2. "Udyogam Oodipoyind"   Ramajogayya Sastry Ranjith 3:45
3. "Telugammayi"   Anantha Sreeram M. M. Keeravani & Geetha Madhuri 4:05
4. "Raaye Raaye"   Chaitanya Prasad Raghu Kunche & Geetha Madhuri 4:21
5. "Parugulu Thiyy"   Sirivennela Sitaramasastri S. P. Balasubrahmanyam 4:10
Total length:
19:57

Reception[edit]

The film met with positive reviews. The critic Raghu Chaitanya from CNN-IBN said "The climax is perhaps the only drawback in the entire movie as the director opts to take the clichéd path of emotions and love. Sunil perfectly fits the bill as the innocent guy who comes back to sell his land and make money. This is a very good role for Saloni and she excels as the girl who falls for Ramu. Newcomer Nagineedu who plays the patriarch of the enemy camp is impressive and Brahmaji does a good job as Aparna's cousin. Overall, Maryada Ramanna is a whiff of fresh air that keeps the viewers engaged and offers them clean entertainment. SS Rajamouli emerges a winner showing that he can make good movies without huge budgets and big star cast."[9] The Times of India gave a two and half stars explained "Comedian Sunil, who turned hero with Andalaramudu few years ago this time returns with another roaring comic flick and puts in a restrained performance. However, a well-designed set, great cinematography and mellifluous tunes by Keeravani takes this comic caper to a different plane."[10] Sify which gave a verdict as "Worth a watch" further noted "Sunil would no longer look like a comedy hero. His dances are simply superb, Saloni is beautiful and holds natural sex appeal. It is unfortunate that her talents remained undetected for the last three years, but for Rajamouli, now. She performed with perfection all through the movie. Definitely, she awaits a bright future hereafter, it seems. Maryada Ramanna has a judicious mix of fun, thrill and suspense."[11] Rediff gave a three stars, commented "Maryada Ramanna is thoroughly enjoyable. Rajamouli sure has a winner on his hands. Sunil is able to captivate the audience and Saloni looks pretty and is convincing too. Nagineedu portrays the role brilliantly. There are quite a few others like Brahmaji, Anuj Gurwara and Rao Ramesh who perform well."[12]

Box office[edit]

The film grossed INR10 million (US$170,000) in its first weekend of release in the United States.[13] The film collected a share of INR105.8 million (US$1.8 million) (after tax and theatre rentals) within 7 days in India.[14] Over all the film managed to gross about INR300 million (US$5.0 million) and was one among the top grossers of the year 2010.[15]

Accolades[edit]

Nandi Awards[16]

References[edit]

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