|Directed by||S. V. Krishna Reddy|
|Produced by||Kishore Rati
|Written by||Diwakar Babu (Dialogues )
S. V. Krishna Reddy (story)
Kota Srinivasa Rao
|Music by||S. V. Krishna Reddy|
|Editing by||K. Ramgopal Reddy|
|Distributed by||Manisha Films|
|Release dates||28 April 1994|
|Running time||140 minutes|
Yamaleela is a Telugu film released in 1994. The film is directed by S. V. Krishna Reddy, introducing comedy actor Ali as the hero first time. This film is a huge box office success. This film was later remade in Hindi as Taqdeerwala with Venkatesh.
This story is dependent on the mother sentiment. The story is very simple. Hero’s mother lived a very royal life in a great palace as her husband was Jameendar that time. But later she lost her property due to some circumstances and she also lost her husband. And left that palace along with 2 year old kid (Ali).From that moment, she has been living a normal life. One fine day, Ali happens to listen the entire story of her mother and decides there itself to make his mother happy by purchasing the same palace for her mother. So he does lots of mischievous things to earn money. Bringing Yamadharmaraja, lord of Naraka, to Earth is part of that. The story ends up with a good climax. The comedy scenes of Yama(Satyanarayana) and chitragupta(Bramhanandham) are most hilarious. Their conversation with the local police is most memorable hilarious comedy. Music is excellent. This movie is musical hit. All songs in this movie have become most popular. This is also a good movie for children. Totally, this is a good family entertainment.
- Kaikala Satyanarayana ... Yama
- Manju Bhargavi ... Ali's mother
- Bramhanandam ... Chitraguptudu
- Gundu Hanumantha Rao
- Tanikella Bharani ... Thota Ramudu
- Kota Srinivasa Rao
- M. Balaiah ... Brahma
- Krishna (cameo)
- Baby Likhita
- Chakradhara rao
- Kishore Raati (Cameo)
- Master Milan
- Saakshi Ranga Rao
- Direction: S. V. Krishna Reddy
- Screenplay: S. V. Krishna Reddy
- Music: S. V. Krishna Reddy
- Story: S. V. Krishna Reddy
- Dance: Suchitra
- Playback singers: S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K.S Chithra
- Editor : K. Ramgopal Reddy
- Dialogue : Diwakar Babu
- Lyrics : S.P Bhuvanachandra, Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry, Jonnaviththula
- Art : RS Raju
- Photography : Sarat, K Rajendraprasad
- Producer : Kishore Rati, Achchi Reddy
- Banner : Manisha Films
- "Sirulolikinche Chinni Navvule Mani Manikyalu"
- "Ni Jinu Pantu Chusi Bullemmo"
- "Erra Kaluva Puvva Yeddama Chali Manta"
- "Jumbare Jujumbare Jumbarahi"
- "Abhivandanam Yama Rajagrani"
|1996||Lucky Man||Tamil||Karthik, Sanghavi|
|1996||Taqdeerwala||Hindi||Venkatesh, Raveena Tandon|
- Filmfare Awards South (Telugu)
- 1994 - Filmfare Best Film Award (Telugu) - Kishore Rati