Asthulu Anthasthulu

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Asthulu Anthasthulu
Asthulu Anthasthulu.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byBairisetty Bhaskara Rao
Written byAcharya Aatreya (dialogues)
Screenplay byBairisetty Bhaskara Rao
Story byKalaimani
Based onMuthal Vasantham (1986)
Produced bySmt. Sunitha Reddy
StarringRajendra Prasad
Chandra Mohan
Ramya Krishna
CinematographyM.Satti Babu
Edited byAtmacharan
Surendra Nath Reddy
Music byIlayaraja
Sunitha Enterprises
Release date
  • 14 April 1988 (1988-04-14)
Running time
134 minutes

Asthulu Anthasthulu (transl. Property and Status) is a 1988 Indian Telugu-language masala film, produced by Smt. Sunitha Reddy on Sunitha Enterprises banner and directed by Bairisetty Bhaskara Rao. Starring Rajendra Prasad, Chandra Mohan and Ramya Krishna, with music composed by Ilaiyaraaja.[1] The film is remake of Tamil film Muthal Vasantham (1986).[2]


The rivalry between two people Kota Tirupati (Kota Srinivasa Rao) & Pulikante Papa Rayudu (Charan Raj), splits a village into two. Sivaiah (Chandra Mohan) who runs a boat, always fights against their dictatorship and tries to protect the villagers. Kishtaiah (Rajendra Prasad) orphan innocent guy enters the village when Sivaiah gives him shelter and treats him as his own brother. Meanwhile, Kishtaiah gets the job in Tirupathi Naidu's house, and his only daughter Radha (Ramya Krishna) falls for him. Tirupathi Naidu learns it, becomes furious, and whips Kishtaiah in public. Here Sivaiah & his wife Gowri (Mahalakshmi) comes for his protection; with their help, Radha & Kishtaiah elope. But unfortunately, they get caught, and Tirupathi Naidu exacts gruesome vengeance, by chopping off Sivaiah's arms, and Gowri is raped by his goons. He also accuses Kishtaiah of raping and abducting Radha. In court, Radha says he is guilty. After having served his term in jail, he seeks vengeance. At the same time, he is confronted by another rival, Papa Rayudu.



Music was composed by Ilaiyaraaja.[3]

Song Title Lyrics Singers length
"Adenu Oka Puvvalle" Veturi S. Janaki 4:18
"Thulli Thulli" Mano, P. Susheela 4:06
"Kanne Vayasu" Gopi S. P. Balasubrahmanyam 4:40
"Alupuleni Keratalivi" Rajasri P. Susheela 5:00
"Midisipade Deepalivi" Veturi K. J. Yesudas 4:52


  1. ^ "Aasthulu Anthasthulu". Retrieved 30 May 2022.
  2. ^ Arunachalam, Param (2020). BollySwar: 1981–1990. Mavrix Infotech. p. 1142. ISBN 9788193848227.
  3. ^ "Aasthulu Anthasthulu (1988)". Music India Online. Archived from the original on 18 September 2018. Retrieved 30 May 2022.

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