Budget Padmanabham

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Budget Padmanabham
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Directed by S. V. Krishna Reddy
Produced by Grandi Narayana Rao (Babji)
Written by Divakar Babu (dialogues)
Screenplay by S. V. Krishna Reddy
Story by G. Arunachalam
Based on Budget Padmanabhan (2000)
Starring Jagapathi babu
Ramyakrishna
Music by S. V. Krishna Reddy
Cinematography Sarath
Edited by Nandamuri Hari
Production
company
Sri Dhanalakshmi Films
Release date
  • 9 March 2001 (2001-03-09)
Running time
151 minutes
Country India
Language Telugu

Budget Padmanabham is a 2001 Telugu, comedy film, produced by Grandi Narayana Rao on Sri Dhanalakshmi Films banner and directed by S. V. Krishna Reddy. Starring Jagapathi babu, Ramyakrishna in the lead roles and music also composed by S. V. Krishna Reddy. The film is remake of Tamil Movie Budget Padmanabhan (2000).[1][2]

Plot[edit]

Padmanabham (Jagapati Babu) is a miser who does anything to save money, because When he was a young boy, Padmanabham was driven out of his house along with his parents by an evil-hearted money lender (Tanikella Bharani), who gave him a condition: if by a stipulated time period Padmanabham could raise enough money to buy back the house he could reclaim it as his own. Ramya (Ramya Krishna) not only likes him, she also falls deeply in love with him. Padmanabham doesn't want to do anything with her, but when Ramya suggests that two salaries are better than one, he thinks it's a brilliant idea and marries her. Now the troubles start: first, his sister Vijaya (Y. Vijaya) and her husband Totti Subramanyam (L.B. Sriram) pile on to him and then Ramya's good-for-nothing brother Ravi (Ravi Teja) also seeks shelter in their house. The worst, though, is yet to come for the grumbling Padmanabham: his wife gives birth to triplets, who all live together in a small house.

In a sub-plot, Padmanabham hires a housemaid Sonali (Vidya), who gets pregnant after some time, everyone suspects Padmanabham, situation turns out to be the estranged, actually the truth is Sonali is Padmanabhan boss son Anil's (Anil) separated wife. Finally, Padmanabham raises the money and reclaims his house back and even Ramya also realizes her mistake after knowing the truth from Anil. At the end of the film, Sonali also gives birth to triplets in the hospital.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Budget Padmanabham
Soundtrack album by S. V. Krishna Reddy
Released 2001
Genre Soundtrack
Length 24:36
Label Supreme Music
Producer S. V. Krishna Reddy
S. V. Krishna Reddy chronology
Kodanda Ramudu
(2000)
Budget Padmanabham
(2001)
Premaku Swagatam
(2002)

Music composed by S. V. Krishna Reddy. Lyrics written by Chandrabose. Music released on Supreme Music Company.

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Monalissa Monalissa"   Ravi Varma, Usha 5:10
2. "Bava Bava"   SP Balu, Unni Krishnan 5:12
3. "Padakintlo Ee Kshanam"   Pankaj Udas, Nitya Santhoshini 5:09
4. "Sommutha Aadaa Cheyyara"   SP Balu 4:09
5. "Evaremi Anukunna"   SP Balu 4:56
Total length: 24:36

References[edit]

  1. ^ Budget Padmanabhan
  2. ^ "Budget Padmanabham (2001)". raaga.com. Retrieved 17 February 2013. 

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