Dhruva Nakshatram

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Dhruva Nakshatram
Dhruva Nakshatram (1989 film).jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Y.Nageswara Rao
Produced by K. Ashok Kumar
Written by Paruchuri Brothers
Starring Venkatesh
Rajani
Music by Chakravarthy
Cinematography S. Gopal Reddy
Edited by K.A. Martand
Production
company
Sri Usha Art Productions
Distributed by Suresh Productions
Release date
  • 29 June 1989 (1989-06-29)
Running time
147 minutes
Country India
Language Telugu

Dhruva Nakshatram (Telugu: ధృవ నక్షత్రం) is a 1989 Tollywood film directed by Y.Nageswara Rao and produced by K. Ashok Kumar on Sri Usha Art Productions. Venkatesh and Rajani played the lead roles and music composed by Chakravarthy.[1] The film recorded as Hit at box-office.[2]

Plot[edit]

Bharati Devi (Sarada) a widow leaves in a town with her three children: two sons Dhruva Kumar, Narendra and a daughter Saroja. They live in a rented house and the landlord behaves badly with Bharathi Devi and robs all her money. Dhruva Kumar beats the landlord and runs away from home. After 25 years, Dhruva Kumar (Venkatesh) is a lorry driver in Bombay, Lalitha (Rajani) comes to Bombay for a job from Andhra, falls in love with him.

Lakshmipati (Satyanarayana) and Mattigadala Manikyala Rao (Nutan Prasad) are big gangsters & Smugglers in Bombay, both are opponents. During a roadside fight, Dhruva Kumar catches Manikyala Rao's smuggle goods. Manikyala Rao traps Dhruva Kumar in a smuggle case and caught by police, he offers to work with him but Dhruva Kumar refuses his offer and runs away from Bombay with help of his friend Sivaji (Siva Krishna) along with Lalitha and reaches Hyderabad, there he is arrested by police and submitted to court, where he sees his mother Bharathi Devi and recolonizes her. Lakshmipati frees out Dhruva Kumar when he agrees to work together.

Dhruva Kumar tries to meet his family through his brother Narendra (Bhanu Chander) who is a customs officer, sister Saroja (Rohini) but Bharathi Devi refuses to accept him. Narendra and Manikyala Rao's younger brother Mohan Rao (Balaji) are close friends, Manikyala Rao makes a plan to make Saroja's marriage with his younger brother (Balaji), Dhruva Kumar breaks out his plan makes Saroja marriage with his friend Sivaji. Meanwhile, Narendra arrests Lakshmipati, he orders to kill Narendra but Dhruva Kumar protects him and becomes rival to Lakshmipati also. Finally, Lakshmipati and Manikyala Rao joins together to destroy Dhruva Kumar, they kidnap his entire family. Finally, Dhruva Kumar protects his family by sacrificing his life.

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Soundtrack[edit]

Dhruva Nakshatram
Dhruva Nakshatram.jpg
Film score by Chakravarthy
Released 1989
Genre Soundtrack
Length 20:09
Label AMC Audio
Producer Chakravarthy
Chakravarthy chronology
Attaku Yamudu Ammayiki Mogudu
(1989)
Dhruva Nakshatram
(1989)
Bhale Donga
(1989)

Music composed by Chakravarthy. Music released on AMC Audio Company.

S.No Song Title Singers lyrics length
1 Ee Ardharatrilona Papa SP Balu Acharya Athreya 3:56
2 Kasiga Kougilistha SP Balu, S. Janaki Acharya Athreya 3:42
3 Howle How SP Balu,S. Janaki Veturi Sundararama Murthy 4:01
4 Rambalaki Rangulaki SP Balu,S. Janaki Veturi Sundararama Murthy 4:09
5 Pelli Pelli SP Balu,S. Janaki Veturi Sundararama Murthy 4:21

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