Rendu Rella Aaru

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Rendu Rellu Aaru
Theatrical release poster
Directed byJandhyala
Produced byGogineni.Subba Rao
K.Shanthi Kumar (presents)
Written byJandhyala
(screenplay / dialogues)
Story byMalladi Venkata Krishna Murthy
StarringChandra Mohan
Rajendra Prasad
Music byRajan–Nagendra
CinematographyB. Koteswara Rao
Edited byGautham Raju
Vijaya Creations
Release date
Running time
127 min

Rendu Rellu Aaru (English: Two Twos are Six; 2X2=6) is a 1986 Telugu comedy film produced by Gogineni Subba Rao under the Vijaya Creations banner, presented by industrialist K. Shanthi Kumar and directed by Jandhyala. It stars Chandra Mohan, Rajendra Prasad, Rajani, Preethi in the lead roles and music composed by Rajan–Nagendra. E. V. V. Satyanarayana worked as Associate Director to the film.[1] The story is based on a novel of same name by Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy.


Sadguna Rao (Chandra Mohan) & Madhusudan Rao (Rajendra Prasad) are roommates and best friends. Madhu is a peculiar person who troubles everybody around him with puzzles and interesting questions, he meets Keerthana (Preeti) in funny circumstances and they fall in love with each other. Keertana also has a best friend and a roommate Vindhya (Rajani), who is a stage artist as a hobby, but a very timid girl at heart. As the story unfolds, Keerthana tells her friend Vindhya a story of child marriage to a guy named Venkatasivam in her village and she doesn't consider it as marriage at all. Because of aversion to the marriage incident, she even changes her name from Vighneshwari to Keerthana in the city. But when Keerthana's uncle arrives in Vizag asking her to visit the village to see her paternal uncle Paramanadam (Pucha Poornanandam), she doesn't want to do so. Keerthana sends her friend Vindhya as herself in changed identity as her uncle is blind and deaf. Coincidentally, Venkatasivam, who was forced in child marriage to Vigneshwari is none other than Madhu himself! Just like how Keerthana hates that incident, Madhu changes his name in the city and he sends Sadguna Rao to the same village- requesting him to behave badly and get rid of Vigneshwari! The real fun begins when Sadguna Rao and Vindhya fall for each other in the process of acting in the village. The rest of the story is about what happens to these two young couples and how things fall in place!



Rendu Rella Aaru
Film score by
LabelAVM Audio

Music composed by Rajan–Nagendra. All songs are hit tracks. Lyrics were written by Veturi Sundararama Murthy. Music released on AVM Audio Company.[2]

S.No Song Title Singers Length
1 "Kastandhuko" SP Balu, S. Janaki 4:06
2 "Johar Pellama" SP Balu, S. Janaki 4:25
3 "Viraha Veena" S. Janaki


  1. ^ "Rendu Rella Aaru (Associate Director)". Bradz Blog.
  2. ^ "Rendu Rella Aaru (Music)". Cine Radham.

External links[edit]

Rendu Rella Aaru on IMDb