|Directed by||K. S. R. Das|
|Produced by||P. Vidya Sagar|
|Starring||N.T. Rama Rao,
|Music by||Original songs and score:
Re-used song from DON:
|Cinematography||M C Shekar|
|Edited by||P Venkateswara Rao|
|Distributed by||Sri Gajalakshmi Arts|
|Release date(s)||30 November 1979|
|Running time||159 min.|
Yugandhar (Telugu: యుగంధర్) is a 1979 Telugu-language Indian feature film directed by K. S. R. Das and produced by P. Vidya Sagar, starring N.T. Rama Rao, Jayasudha, Jaggaiah, Sheela and Chalam. Jayamalini does a dance number in the film. The director was K. S. R. Das, who stated that this film became a hit.
Don is the most wanted criminal. He is brave as well as intelligent, so the police force always fails at nabbing him, but in a unexpected move, Don is fatally shot during a police encounter and later Don dies. The Police head is soon forced to bring a look alike of Don in order to arrest Don's gang members. Will the play work forms the climax.
The Hindi song Khaike Pan Banaras wala was also remade into the Telugu song Oh Rabba Yesukunna Killi.
Yugandhar is said to have some of the elements of another Telugu film, also starring NTR titled Bhale Thammudu (1969), where he played dual roles. That film was a direct remake of Shakti Samanta's Hindi film China Town starring Shammi Kapoor.
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