Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi

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Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi
Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byV. Madhusudhan Rao
Produced byS. S. Balan
Written byBollimuntha Sivarama Krishna (dialogues)
Screenplay byV. Madhusudhan Rao
Story byMalliyam Rajagopal
Based onSavaale Samali (1972)
StarringAkkineni Nageswara Rao
Kanchana
Krishnam Raju
Music byT. Chalapathi Rao
CinematographyP. S. Selvaraj
Edited byM. Umanath
Production
company
Gemini Pictures[1]
Release date
  • 12 May 1972 (1972-05-12)
Running time
149 mins
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi (English: Good Days Have Come) is a 1972 Telugu drama film, produced by S. S. Balan under the Gemini Pictures banner[2] and directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao.[3] It stars Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Krishnam Raju, Kanchana in the lead roles and music composed by T. Chalapathi Rao.[4] The film was a remake of the Tamil film Savaale Samali (1971) which went on to be remade in Hindi as Charnon Ki Saugandh (1988). The film also inspired the Telugu film President Gari Pellam (1992), starring Akkineni Nagarjuna, Meena in pivotal roles.

Plot[edit]

The film begins in a village where Zamindar Bangaraiah (Dhulipala) is a wealthy tyrant and his son Raja (Krishnam Raju) is also a swaggerer. Gopalam (Akkineni Nageswara Rao) the son of Seetaiah (Gummadi) the trustworthy peasant of the Zamindar, always gives a tough fight to their atrocities. Due to circumstances, Gopalam has to work as a laborer at the Zamindar's house. Meanwhile, Zamindar's daughter Geeta (Kanchana) a vainglory woman lands at the village after completing her studies. Both Raja & Geeta humiliates Gopalam which he endures. During that time panchayat elections arrive, Gopalam decides to take a stand against Zamindar when they ante with an unusual wager that Gopalam offering Geeta as the prize. Ultimately, Gopalam wins and seeks Geeta's hand when perturbed Zamindar tries to commit suicide. At this point in time, Geeta is compelled to marry Gopalam but she treats him low and also charges against when Gopalam takes a vow that until she accepts him, he is going stay away from her. Afterward, he forcibly habituates penniless lifestyle to her when Raja becomes furious and tries to molest Gopalam’s sister Radha (Geetanjali) but she escapes. In that anger, she tries to put fire to the Zamindar's crop when Gopalam obstructs her claiming that it is a yield & effort of farmers. Exploiting it, Raja puts fire to the crop, indicts Gopalam and severely punishes him in the panchayat. To keep up Radha's honor Gopalam remains silent when Geeta understands the virtue of her husband and brings out the truth. At last, people revolts against Zamindar & Raja. Finally, the movie ends Gopalam & Geeta leading a happy marital life.

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Untitled
Film score by
Released1972
GenreSoundtrack
Length23:59
LabelEMI Columbia Audio
ProducerT. Chalapathi Rao

Music composed by T. Chalapathi Rao. Music released on EMI Columbia Audio Company.

S. No. Song Title Lyrics Singers length
1 "Eenati Sankranti" Kosaraju Ghantasala 4:24
2 "Siripalle Chinnadi" Dasarathi Ghantasala 3:29
3 "Egire Guvva Emandi" Dasarathi P. Susheela 3:54
4 "Nelato Needa" Devulapalli Ghantasala 3:51
5 "Enduke Pirikitanam" Kosaraju L. R. Eswari, P. Susheela 4:26
6 "Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi" Devulapalli Ghantasala, P. Susheela 1:55

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi (Overview)". IMDb.
  2. ^ "Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi (Producer)". Filmiclub.
  3. ^ "Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi (Direction)". Know Your Films.
  4. ^ "Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi (Cast & Crew)". gomolo.com.