Nirnayam (1991 film)
|Written by||Ganesh Patro (dialogues)|
|Produced by||D. Kishore|
Murali Mohan (Presents)
|Edited by||N. Gopalakrishnan|
Nirnayam (transl. Decision) is a 1991 Indian Telugu-language action drama film directed by Priyadarshan in his Telugu debut, produced by D. Kishore on Jayabheri Art Productions banner, presented by M.Murali Mohan, starring Nagarjuna, Amala Akkineni and music composed by Ilaiyaraaja.
The movie was dubbed in Tamil and Hindi languages as Sambavam and Girafthari respectively. This film is a remake of Priyadarshan's own 1989 Malayalam film Vandanam starring Mohanlal which itself was based on the 1987 movie Stakeout.
A sincere cop named Vamsi Krishna (Nagarjuna) is sent undercover along with two other cops. Shivram (Subhalekha Sudhakar) is one of those cops and is a close friend and associate to Vamsi. The cops are sent by the Police Commissioner (Giri Babu) to track down a vicious and dangerous criminal named Raghuram (Murali Mohan). Vamsi performs surveillance on Raghuram's daughter Geetha (Amala) by getting into her opposite building's flat in a residential complex to gather details and whereabouts of her criminal father. Geeta lives with her aunt Jolly (Sukumari). When Vamsi, in the guise of a telephone department inspector, pursues Geetha and falls in love with her, she reciprocates his love interest initially but refuses after she gets to know the truth that he is a cop and is about to drag her father to prison. Vamsi gets hold of Raghuram through Geetha and finds out that he is actually an innocent victim. The real criminal, Prahlad (Sharat Saxena), deceives Raghuram and plans a crime operation. The misunderstanding between Geetha and Vamsi gets cleared up, and Vamsi banishes Prahlad.
- Nagarjuna as Inspector Vamsi Krishna
- Amala Akkineni as Geetha
- Murali Mohan as Raghuram
- Sharat Saxena as Prahlad Rao
- Subhalekha Sudhakar as Inspector Shivram
- Giri Babu as Police Commissioner Narahari
- Annapoorna as Vamsi's mother
- Sukumari as Jolly, Geetha's aunt
- Jyothi as Nalini
- Suthivelu as Yadagiri
- Chinni Jayanth
- Allu Rama Lingaiah
- Charuhasan in a cameo appearance
- Chota K. Naidu
- Bhimeswara Rao as Principal
- Prasanna Kumar as Vinod
- Rajeevi as Anarkali
- Potti Veeraiyah
- Art: Thota Tharani
- Choreography: Sundaram Master, Tara, Puliyur Saroja
- Stills: K. Satyanarayana
- Fights: Thyagarajan
- Co-director: R. R. Shinde
- Dialogues: Ganesh Patro
- Editing: N. Gopalakrishnan
- Cinematography: S. Kumar
- Music: Ilaiyaraaja
- Presenter: Murali Mohan
- Producer: D. Kishore
- Story - Screenplay - Direction : Priyadarshan
|Film score by|
Music composed by Ilaiyaraaja. Music released on ECHO Audio Company.
|1.||"Hello Guru"||Ganesh Patro||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||5:04|
|2.||"Mila Mila"||Veturi||Mano, S. Janaki||5:05|
|3.||"Epudepudepudani"||Sirivennela||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki||4:48|
|4.||"Enta Enta Dooram"||Ganesh Patro||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Chitra||5:04|
|5.||"O Papalu"||Ganesh Patro||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Swarnalatha||5:04|
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