Kokila (1990 film)
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|Directed by||Geetha Krishna|
|Produced by||Gurram Maheswara Rao|
|Written by||L. B. Sriram|
Kokila is a 1990 Indian Telugu-language film directed by Geetha Krishna with Naresh, Shobhana, and Sarath Babu in lead roles. The film is based on eye transplantation. It is L. B. Sriram's debut as a film writer. He went on to become a successful writer and actor in later years.
Naresh, a typical young man, falls in love with Shobhana. She too eventually falls for him and both get married. At first they live happily, however later on Naresh loses his eyes in an accident, which is when trouble starts for them. An eye transplant is done and strangely Naresh starts pointing a gun. The doctors are astonished that what Naresh is experiencing is what the person whose eyes were transplanted, experienced at the moment of his death. The doctors then decide to hire Sarath Babu, a police officer to solve this case. Sarath Babu does not believe that eyes have retaining power. The rest of the movie is about how Sarath Babu solves the mystery.
- Naresh as Suddhartha
- Shobhana as Kokila
- Sarath Babu
- Siva Krishna
- Kota Srinivasa Rao
|4.||"Kokila"||S. P. Balasubramanyam, Chitra||5:47|
|5.||"Changu Chakka"||S. P. Sailaja||4:42|
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