Official DVD Box Cover
|Directed by||K. Balachander|
|Produced by||Avichi Meiyappa Chettiar|
|Written by||K. Balachander|
Allu Rama Lingaiah
|Music by||R. Goverdhanam|
|Distributed by||A. V. M. Productions|
Bomma Borusa (Telugu: బొమ్మా బొరుసా) (English title Heads or Tails?) is a 1971 Indian Telugu language Comedy / Drama film directed by Padma Shri awardee K. Balachander. It is a remake of the Tamil film Poova Thalaiya directed by K.Balachander himself. The film stars Chandra Mohan, S. Varalakshmi, Chalam, Vennirade Nirmala, Allu Ramalingaiah, Mukkamala, Raja Babu, and Ramaprabha. It was produced by Avichi Meiyappa Chettiar and distributed by AVM Productions. The film music was composed by R. Goverdhanam and lyrics were written by Kosaraju Raghavaiah.  
It is an old classical family drama. Sundaram (Ramakrishna) is a rich businessman and he has an younger brother Sekhar (Chandra Mohan) is a college going guy who loves his brother so much. Sundaram's mother-in-law Parvatham (S. Varalakshmi) who cares for his assets and shows her dominating character on Sekhar and Sundaram. She bets with Sekhar that she would separate him from his brother and puts some conditions that he should not tell his brother about the bet to prove his strength. Parvatham second son-in-law (Chalam) identifies that his mother-in-law has moved to Sundaram's house. Soon second son-in-law comes to the house and places a bet with Parvatham that she only should reveal that he is the son-in-law of her. Since then both of them starts proving their capacity to win in the bet. The film revolves around who wins the bet and how it brings about a change in Parvathamma's beliefs.
|Allu Ramalingaiah||Chidambaram Shetty|
|Raja Babu||Appula Appa Rao|
- Vesukunta Chempalu Vesukunta (male)
- Vesukunta Chempalu Vesukunta (female)
- Bomma Borusa Pandem Veyyi Needo Naado Paicheyi
- Vallu Jhillan Tunnadi
- Sarile Pove Vagaladi
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- "All Songs of Kosaraju Raghavaiah Chowdary". Chinmata Music. Retrieved 23 December 2008.
- "Chandra Mohan's Best Songs - 70's". Chinmata Music. Retrieved 23 December 2008.
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