Choodalani Vundi

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Choodalani Vundi
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Directed by Gunasekhar
Produced by Ashwini Dutt
Written by Gunasekhar
Diwakar Babu
Starring Chiranjeevi
Prakash Raj
Anjala Zaveri
Music by Mani Sharma
Cinematography Chota K. Naidu
Distributed by Vyjayanthi Movies
Release dates
27 August 1998
Country India
Language Telugu
Budget 6 Crores.

Choodalani Vundi (English: I'd like to see) is a 1998 Tollywood action thriller film directed by Gunasekhar and produced by Ashwini Dutt. This film stars Chiranjeevi, Soundarya, Prakash Raj, and Anjala Zaveri. The film collected around 16 crores, the highest at that time. The film was declared as a blockbuster at the box-office and the film won two South Filmfare Awards. The movie was later dubbed in Hindi as Meri Zindagi Ek Agnipath. It was later remade into Tamil as Calcutta and Hindi as Calcutta Mail with Anil Kapoor and Rani Mukerji.


Ramakrishna (Chiranjeevi) is a mechanic whose life changes when he meets Priya (Anjala Zaveri) at a train station. She sees him and feels some inexplicable connection and runs away with him to flee her father, Mahendra's (Prakash Raj) goons. They end up living in the forest with their son, but her father, who is an underworld don, kidnaps her so that he can marry her off to another don's son. Ramakrishna confronts her father and in the ensueing struggle Priya takes the bullet shot at her husband and dies. Their son, because of the shock, loses his voice and Ramakrishna is jailed. Mahendra takes the boy away to Kolkata, where the story originally started. Rama Krishna with the help of Padmavathi (Soundarya) reunites with his son.


Box office[edit]

It was the highest grossing film of Tollywood in 1998.


Filmfare Awards


The beginning of the song - "Simbale Simbale" has visuals of Lion King (opening sequence).[citation needed]

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