Narasimha Naidu

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Narasimha Naidu
Narasimha Naidu.jpg
Movie poster
Directed byB. Gopal
Produced byM. V. Murali Krishna
Written byParuchuri Brothers (dialogues)
Screenplay byChinni Krishna
Story byChinni Krishna
StarringNandamuri Balakrishna
Simran
Preeti Jhangiani
Asha Saini
Music byMani Sarma
CinematographyV. S. R. Swamy
Edited byKotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Production
company
Venkata Ramana Productions
Release date
  • 11 January 2001 (2001-01-11)
Running time
161 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

Narasimha Naidu is a 2001 Telugu vigilante action drama film produced by M. V. Murali Krishna under the Venkata Ramana Productions banner, directed by B. Gopal, starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, Simran, Preeti Jhangiani Asha Saini in the lead roles and music composed by Mani Sarma. It was remade into Tamil as Ezhumalai, starring Arjun Sarja and Simran.

Plot[edit]

There are two neighboring villages in Visakhapatnam District. Goons head one village, and Raghupati Naidu (K. Vishwanath) heads the other. As Raghupati Naidu is peace-loving, his village is dogged by the misdeeds of goons from the neighboring village. In order to save the future of his village, Raghupati Naidu asks one male kid from each family to be given for the purpose of saving the village. Raghupati Naidu selected his fourth son Narasimha Naidu as his family's contribution towards the security of the village. All these kids will be trained and prepared to protect the village. After 15 years, enters Anjali (Preeti Jhangiani). She is the niece of Jaya Prakash Reddy, who happens to be from the goons' village. He later settled in another village. Narasimha Naidu sets up a naatya ashram to teach classical dance to the students. Anjali falls in love with Narasimha Naidu at first sight. She joins him as a student and tries to make him fall in love with her.

Later on, she comes to know that Narasimha Naidu is already married and has a child who is growing in up the ashram. Narasimha Naidu is a widower as his wife Sravani (Simran) is no more. Anjali tries to get closer to the kid so that she can marry Narasimha Naidu. Anjali's parents fix up the marriage of Anjali with one of their relatives. When Anjali's uncle comes to know that she is in love with a widowed dance master, he attacks him and threatens him that he would kill the kid. When they find Anjali missing, the entire battalion of goons invades the ashram of the dance master, only to find that he fled.

Narasimha Naidu, after coming to know that goons were coming to attack him, vacates the ashram and boards a train. At the same time, Anjali too boards the train, though Narasimha Naidu rejects it. Then a fleet of 16 white Sumos containing goons chases the train using a parallel road. They overtake the train and stop it forcibly at a station. Then, around 100 armed goons surround the train and vie for Narasimha Naidu's blood. After a couple of minutes, Narasimha Naidu gets down the train, shows his back to them, and then turns around. The moment the goons realize that the dance master is none other than Narasimha Naidu, they leave all their arms and run away to save their dear lives. Then Narasimha Naidu tells his past to Anjali.

Raghupati Naidu realizes that no parents in the village are willing to marry off their daughter to Narasimha Naidu, since he is meant for sacrificing for the village's safety. At that point of time, Raghupati Naidu selects a beautiful girl called Sravanti for his son. But Sravanti is too sensitive and hates anything to do with violence. Hence, Raghupati Naidu asks Narasimha Naidu to act as a soft guy who has the liking for classical dance. After marriage, Sravanti realizes the fact and decides to live with it. Narasimha Naidu's three elder brothers arrive along with their families. Narasimha Naidu has a lot of love and adulation for his brothers, though they treat him very badly, which Narasimha Naidu takes in a good sense. After a few days, Sravani blasts at the guys who are mocking Narasimha Naidu. Then they complain about Sravanti to Narasimha Naidu. Being upset about this, Narasimha Naidu sends Sravanti to her parent's place. At her parent's place, Sravani gives birth to a kid.

Narasimha Naidu's brothers are still upset with the insult that is made to them by Sravani and decides to leave back to USA. They arrange for the police security and they refuse for Narasimha Naidu to accompany them. During this period, the goons plan to kill Narasimha Naidu's brothers, wife, and son. Then, Narasimha Naidu arrives at the railway station and saves his brother's family. His wife manages to save her son, but in the process, she is killed. In the present, Narasimha Naidu beats all the goons and marries Anjali.

Cast[edit]

Simran was selected as lead heroine marking her third collaboration with Nandamuri Balakrishna after Samarasimha Reddy and Goppinti Alludu.

Crew[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Narasimha Naidu
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Film score by
Released20 December 2000 (2000-12-20)
Recorded2000
GenreSoundtrack
Length28:33
LabelSupreme Music
ProducerMani Sharma
Mani Sharma chronology
Mrugaraju
(2001)
Narasimha Naidu
(2000)
Devi Putrudu
(2001)

Music composed by Mani Sharma. All songs are blockbusters. Music released on Supreme Music Company.

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Ninna Kutesinaddhi"BhuvanachandraHariharan, Kavita Krishnamurthy5:16
2."Abba Abba Andham"VennelakantiShankar Mahadevan, Sujatha4:21
3."Chilakapacha Koka"BhuvanachandraMano, Radhika5:08
4."Nadira Dinna"Veturi Sundararama MurthySukhwinder Singh, Swarnalatha3:55
5."Ko Ko Komali"Sirivennela Sitarama SastryUdit Narayan, Harini4:58
6."Lux Papa"BhuvanachandraSP Balu, Harini4:38
Total length:28:33

Awards[edit]

Nandi Awards

Other[edit]

  • VCDs & DVDs on - Sri Balaji Videos, Hyderabad

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