Pakka Inti Ammayi

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Pakkinti Ammayi
Directed by Chittajallu Pullayya
Produced by Sushil Kumar Havaldar
Written by Muddu Krishna (Dialogues)
Screenplay by Arudra and C.S.R. Rao
Story by Arun Choudhary
Starring Anjali Devi
Relangi Venkata Ramaiah
A. M. Rajah
Addola Narayana Rao
C.S.R. Rao
Music by Aswathama
Cinematography Biren De
Release date
1953
Running time
164 minutes
Country India
Language Telugu

Pakkinti Ammayi or Pakka Inti Ammayi is a 1953 Telugu comedy film produced by East Indian Company and directed by Chittajalu Pullayya.[1] It is based on a Bengali story Pasher Bari by Arun Chowdhury. The film featured Anjali Devi as the beautiful neighbour girl. Famous comedian Relangi Venkata Ramaiah acted as her lover Subbarayudu and veteran South Indian singer A. M. Rajah as his opponent. This film was remaked in Tamil as Adutha Veetu Penn.

Plot[edit]

Subbarayudu (Relangi) stays next to the house of Heroine Leela Devi (Anjali Devi). She madly likes dance and music very much. She appoints a music teacher Prem Kumar (Narayana Rao). She does not like the actions of Subbarayudu. But he likes her very much and even loves her. He takes the help of some friends and impresses that he knows music very well. She involves her teacher Prem Kumar against Subbarayudu. He takes the help of his friend (A.M.Rajah) and mimes as if singing good songs, while Rajah is singing from background. As a result, heroine almost likes him. But after knowing that he is not the singer, she changes her mind. Subbarayudu acts as a suicidal act for her refusal. Heroine finally changes her mind and loves him.

Credits[edit]

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • "Kalayemo Idi Naa Jeevita Phalamemo" (Singer: A. M. Rajah)

1952 film[edit]

The story was first made as Bengali film Pasher Bari (1952) directed by Sudhir Mukherjee and starring Bhanu Bannerjee.[2]

1981 film[edit]

The film was remade in Telugu with the same name in 1981 by K. Vasu starring Chandra Mohan, Jayasudha, Chakravarthy and S. P. Balasubrahmanyam. [3]

References[edit]

  • Naati 101 Chitralu (Telugu hit films released between 1931–1965), S. V. Rama Rao, Kinnera Publications, Hyderabad, 2006, pages: 86-7.

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