Amaravathi (2009 film)

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Amaravathi Movie Poster.jpg
Directed by Ravi Babu
Produced by V. Anand Prasad
Written by Ravi Babu
Starring Sneha
Bhumika Chawla
Sindhura Gadde
Taraka Ratna
Ravi Babu
Music by Shekar Chandra
Cinematography Sudhakar Reddy
Release date
  • 3 December 2009 (2009-12-03)
Country India
Language Telugu

Amaravathi is a 2009 Indian Telugu-language thriller film written and directed by Anasuya fame Ravi Babu, Sneha and Bhoomika in lead roles, with Ravi Babu himself, Sindhura Gadde and Taraka Ratna playing supporting roles. It was released on 3 December 2009 to highly positive reviews. The film won Nandi awards for Taraka Ratna as the Best Villain and N. Sudhakar Reddy for Best Cinematography.


A friendship blossoms between Sreenu, the son of a maid servant and Amaravathi the daughter of the landlord in whose house the maid worked. Adolescent play between the boy and girl catches the furious eye of the landlord who kills the maid and slits Sreenu’s throat and throws him into a river. In the present day police are baffled by a series of crimes where the sadistic perpetrator was stealing babies from fully pregnant women, leaving the women bleed to death. Task Force officer Venkat is recalled from a sabbatical and given charge of the case. He quickly cracks the case and apprehends the culprit. But the crimes against pregnant women continue with the culprit in jail. Sure that he had apprehended the right culprit, Venkat decides to investigate deeper. And finds out that the crimes were committed by the task force who worked to catch the culprit by hypnotizing them. He discovers that the culprit in jail was Sreenu, the boy whose throat was slit and thrown into a river. By the time Venkat completes his investigation, Sreenu gives the cops a slip and escapes from prison. Venkat somehow deduces that Srinu wanted a total of ten babies to complete his mission and was one short. Venkat wants to save that one baby and mother from Sreenu’s blade. He investigates furiously and is shocked to discover that the tenth baby Sreenu wanted was in the womb of his wife. How Venkat ends up delivering his wife at Sreenu's door step manages to save his wife and return the stolen babies to their respective mothers is the rest of the story.



  • Music: Shekar Chandra
  • Cinematography: Sudhakar Reddy
  • Dialogues: Nivas
  • Art: Narayana Reddy
  • Fights: Kanal Kannan
  • Editing: Shankar
  • Screenplay: Satyanand
  • Direction: Ravi Babu
  • Producer: Anand Prasad
  • Release date: 3 December 2009


2009 - Nandi Award for Best Villain - Taraka Ratna[1]

2009 - Nandi Award for Best Cinematographer - Sudhakar Reddy

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