Bamma Maata Bangaru Baata

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Bamma Maata Bangaru Baata
Bamma Maata Bangaru Baata (1989 film).jpg
VHS Cover
Directed byRajasekhar
Produced byM. Saravan
M. Balasubramaniyan
Written byJandhyala (dialogues)
Screenplay byRajasekhar
Story byRajasekhar
StarringBhanumathi Ramakrishna
Rajendra Prasad
Gouthami
Nutan Prasad
Music byChandrabose
CinematographyRanga
Edited byR. Vittal, C. Laasni
Production
company
Release date
  • 9 March 1989 (1989-03-09)
Running time
148 min
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

Bamma Maata Bangaru Baata (English: Granny's Word is a Golden Route, Telugu: బామ్మ మాట బంగారు బాట) is a 1989 Telugu language comedy film produced by M. Saravan and M. Balasubramaniyan on AVM Productions and directed by Rajasekhar. It stars Bhanumathi Ramakrishna, Rajendra Prasad, Gautami and Nutan Prasad in the lead roles, with music composed by Chandrabose. The film is a remake of the Tamil movie Paatti Sollai Thattathe (1988).[1] The film was recorded as a Super Hit at the box office. Even though critically and commercially acclaimed, this film is infamous for an accident in which Nutan Prasad broke his back. This left him paralysed from the waist down and he had to use a wheelchair.[2]

Plot[edit]

The film is set in a backdrop of a village where an affluent family exists. Suraiah (Nutan Prasad) is the village head just for the namesake. Everything is managed by his wife Rajalakshmi (Bhanumathi). Suriah just roams around the village with empty words and stays under his wife. While the couple had a son and daughter in law, they die in an accident and they have a grandson Krishna (Rajendra Prasad), who is quite pampered by the grandparents. Krishna is a casual youngster who earns a degree with great difficulty in five years and returns the village. In this juncture, he meets Seetha (Gauthami) in the train. He comes to know Seetha was forced into a marriage and gives her shelter in Hotel Govindu (Padmanabham), in his village. In a dramatic situation when Seetha's life gets into danger, he marries her in a Police Station. Rajalakshmi gets devastated knowing the news and tells her grandson to leave the house. A sad Krishna and Seetha arrive in the city and try to establish their own life. Suraiah comes to the city and things come to an understanding. But the real fun starts when Krishna lies to his grandfather that they have a son. Hearing the good news, Rajalakshmi comes to the city and the crazy entertainment begins when Krishna gets a baby for rent from Anasuya (Silk Smitha), who gives children. To make things worse, she gives a girl baby and lies that it is a boy. She even enters the house as a maid and plans to loot the money. Rajalakshmi realizes this and teaches a lesson to her. The film turns to an active mode as Anasuya's husband is a fighter and lot of fun adventures.[3]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Bamma Maata Bangaru Baata
Film score by
Chandrabose
Released1989
GenreSoundtrack
Length24:03
LabelAVM Audio
ProducerChandrabose

Music was composed by Chandrabose. Lyrics were written by Veturi Sundararama Murthy. Music was released on AVM Audio Company.[4]

S. No Song Title Singers Length
1 "Delhi Ki Raja Aina" Bhanumathi Ramakrishna 3:55
2 "Maa Palle Gopaluda" SP Balu, P. Susheela, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna 4:57
3 "Chenna Patnam" SP Balu, S. P. Sailaja 3:46
4 "Prematho" SP Balu, P. Susheela 2:57
5 "Salam Sadugudu" SP Balu, P. Susheela 4:17
6 "Prematho" (Pathos) SP Balu, P. Susheela 4:11

References[edit]

  1. ^ Saravanan, M. (2013) [2005]. AVM 60 Cinema (in Tamil). Rajarajan Pathippagam. pp. 318–319.
  2. ^ https://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-cinemaplus/Against-all-odds/article14668543.ece
  3. ^ "Bamma Maata Bangaru Baata (Story)". IQLIK Movies.
  4. ^ "Bamma Maata Bangaru Baata (Music)". Cineradham.

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