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|Directed by||A. Kodandarami Reddy|
|Written by||Paruchuri Brothers|
(story / dialogues)
|Screenplay by||A. Kodandarami Reddy|
|Produced by||K. C. Reddy|
|Edited by||D. Venkataratnam|
Sri Rajeev Productions
Dharma Kshetram (transl. Field of Righteousness) is a 1992 Telugu-language legal action film, produced by K. C. Reddy under the Sri Rajeev Productions banner and directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy. It stars Nandamuri Balakrishna, Divya Bharati and music composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The film was not commercially successful.
The film begins in a city that is in jeopardy of a political war between two dreadful goons Durga Prasad and Pandu. The two weasels intrude and flaw the students' union politics in which Prabhakar’s sibling Pandu is butchered by Durga Prasad’s brother Sambhu Prasad. A lecturer Bharati witnesses the crime and prepares to testify. Amid, her kid brother Nagaraju sidekick of Durga Prasad obstructs her. Nevertheless, she stands firm and is assaulted by rotters near the court premises. Advocate Banerjee a rectitude & rebel shields Bharati and succeeds in forfeiting the culprits. He has an ideal family his sister, and brother-in-law serve as SP. He crushes on a charming Maithili daughter of a Judge. But unfortunately, his younger one Kiran is clutched by Pandu’s gang.
Currently, as an avenge, Sambhu Prasad molests & kills Bharati when Nagaraju rages and slaughters him, he too severely wounded. Here, Benerjee tactically makes with one-on-one side the two black hats to simply put cases. Particularly, Pandu murdered Sambhu Prasad. Further, Nagaraju is covered by Pandu who forces him to state that Durga Prasad stabbed him. At trial, they guilefully abscond by mingling together. As of today, the party's high command allows Durga Prasad to compete in Mayor elections.
So, Banerjee catches hold of Nagaraju, builds a new case to disable Durga Prasad, and is apprehended. Despite that, he is acquitted as innocent of scandalous conduct by Pandu and wiping out Nagaraju. At election time, Kiran is powerless to resist and is outraged when he is slain. At this point, Banerjee pledges to impede their anarchies and starts his murder spree. Step by step, he slaughters all acolytes of Durga Prasad including Pandu outside the law in self-defense. Now Durga Prasad enrages seizes and severely tortures Banerjee. Next, he triumphs in elections. At last, Banerjee onslaughts while his oathing ceremony and ceases him. Finally, the movie ends with Benerjee surrendering before the judiciary.
- Nandamuri Balakrishna as Advocate Banerjee
- Divya Bharati as Maithili
- Jaggayya as Judge
- Nassar as S.P.
- Rami Reddy as Durga Prasad
- Devan as Pandu
- Srihari as Sobhanadri
- Brahmaji as Sambhu Prasad
- Sakshi Ranga Rao as Madhava Rao
- Prasanna Kumar as Prabhakar
- Posani Krishna Murali as Citizen
- Jayalalita as Lawyer Kamakshi
- Jyothi as Banerjee's Sister
- Sudha Rani as Bharathi
- Radhabai as Banerjee's grandmother
|Film score by|
Music composed by Ilaiyaraaja. Music released on LEO Audio Company. The song "Enno Ratrulosthayi" was taken from Ilaiyaraja's own song, "Maasimaasam" from the Tamil film Dharma Durai (1991). The song was remixed by Ghibran for Amigos (2023).
Telugu version (Original Motion Soundtrack)
|1.||"Enno Ratrulosthayi Gani"||Veturi||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra||5:01|
|2.||"Cheli Nadume Andam"||Veturi||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra||5:07|
|3.||"Mudduto Srungara Beetu"||Veturi||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||4:41|
|4.||"Are Inka Janka"||Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||5:42|
|5.||"Pelliki Munde Okka Sari"||Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||4:59|
|6.||"Kora Meenu Komalam"||Veturi||Mano, K. S. Chithra||5:05|
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- ^ Devi Dundoo, Sangeetha (10 February 2023). "'Amigos' movie review: Interesting idea undone by lacklustre narration". The Hindu.