Kodama Simham

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Kodama Simham
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Directed by K. Murali Mohan Rao
Produced by K. Nageswara Rao
Written by Paruchuri Brothers
Starring Chiranjeevi
Mohan Babu
Music by Raj-Koti
Cinematography K.S. Hari
Edited by K Murali Mohan Rao
Distributed by Sahim films
Release date
9 August 1990
Running time
143 minutes
Country India India
Language Telugu

Kodama Simham (English: Majestic Lion) is a 1990 Telugu action-western film starring Chiranjeevi, Bollywood actor Pran, Sonam, and Radha play other important roles. It was the First South Indian Movie to be dubbed in English as Hunters Of The Indian Treasure and also Dubbed in Hindi as Main Hoon Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi.


Bharath (Chiranjeevi), is a rough and tough cowboy with a heart of gold. His parents are fatally attacked by the villains when he spoils their gambling and prostitution operations. His dying father tells him that he was adopted and told him to look in another city for his real parents. He finds his mother in prison because his father was falsely accused of stealing precious royal treasures.He finds his father (Satyanarayana), who had been living as a leader of a group of forest people and comes to know that the mayor of the town (Pran) and Suddi gali (Mohan Babu) in fact tried to steal the treasure when they accompanied Bharath's father and that he had driven away with it to save it. Bharath retrieves the treasure to save his family's reputation.



The film received positive reviews and turned out to be a hit, running in nearly 200 centers for over 100 days.[1]


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