Samarasimha Reddy

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Samarasimha Reddy
Samara Simha Reddy.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by B. Gopal
Produced by Chengala Venkat Rao
Written by Paruchuri Brothers (dialogues)
Screenplay by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad
Ratna Kumar
Story by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad
Starring Nandamuri Balakrishna
Simran
Anjala Zhaveri
Sanghavi
Music by Mani Sharma
Cinematography V. S. R. Swamy
Edited by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Production
company
Satyanarayanamma Productions
Release date
  • 13 January 1999 (1999-01-13)
Running time
148 minutes
Country India
Language Telugu
Budget 6 Crore
Box office 25 crores[1]

Samarasimha Reddy is a 1999 Telugu Action drama film, produced by Chengala Venkat Rao on Satyanarayanamma Productions banner and directed by B. Gopal. Starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, Simran, Anjala Zhaveri, Sanghavi in lead roles and music composed by Mani Sharma. The film recorded as All Time Industry Hit at the box office. [2][3][4][5] Over the years the movie is termed to be trendsetter and achieved cult status and affirmed Balakrishna as a trademark for the role as a faction leader. It is dubbed in Hindi as Rakhwala One Man Army.

Plot[edit]

Sangeetha and her two sisters live with their cruel aunt, who runs a small hotel. Abbulu joins their hotel as an employee. He later tells Sangeetha that he is their brother, Vasu, who ran away in childhood. He solves all their problems and romances with Srikakulam Chittamma.

Veera Raghava Reddy is an amputee Rayalaseema don who is seeking revenge on Abbulu. When his sons fail, he sends his daughter Anjali to destroy him. In the process, she reveals that Abbulu is actually Samarasimha Reddy and that he had killed Vasu. To prove his love for Vasu’s sisters, Anjali challenges him to drink poison and Abbulu/Vasu/Samarasimha lands in a hospital. Satyanarayana, a police superintendent, reveals Samarasimha's true story.

Veera Raghava Reddy had killed Samarasimha's parents, his fiancee (Sanghavi), sister and brother-in-law. Seeking revenge, Samarsimha severed Veera’s legs and right arm, in the process Samarasimha kills two of Veera's four sons. In the fight Samarasimha Reddy accidentally killed Vasu. Samarasimha then assumed Vasu’s duties as a brother.

Learning this, Anjali repents for her actions. Samarasimha Reddy accepts the collective decision to marry Anjali to end the feud between the two families. After the marriage, Veera goes back on his word and tries to kill his own daughter Anjali and Samarasimha, but fails. Anjali is admitted to the hospital where she recovers. Seeing everyone, including his sons, supporting Samarasimha Reddy, Veera Raghava Reddy commits suicide.

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Samarasimha Reddy
Samarasimha Reddy (Audio).jpg
Film score by Mani Sharma
Released 1998
Genre Soundtrack
Length 28:38
Label Supreme Music
Producer Mani Sharma
Mani Sharma chronology
Manasichi Choodu
(1998)Manasichi Choodu1998
Samarasimha Reddy
(1999)
Anaganaga O Ammayi
(1999)Anaganaga O Ammayi1999

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

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Nandamuri Nayakaa" Bhuvana Chandra SP Balu,Chitra 5:12
2. "Andhaala Adabomma" Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry Udit Narayan,Sujatha 4:44
3. "Lady Lady" Bhuvana Chandra Mano,Sujatha 5:01
4. "Raavayya Muddula" Vennelakanti SP Balu,Chitra 4:01
5. "Adees Abbabba" Veturi Sundararama Murthy Mano,Radhika 4:34
6. "Chaligaa Vundannade" Bhuvana Chandra SP Balu,Chitra 4:56
Total length: 28:38

Box office[edit]

  • The film had a 227-days run at three theatres, 50 days at 122 centres, 100 days at 72 direct and late & indirect 32 centres total 104.
  • The film had a 365-day run at one theatre.[6]

Others[edit]

  • VCDs and DVDs on — SHALIMAR Video Company, Hyderabad Satellite rights sold to ETV.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mani Sharma′s Tollywood Industry Record". timesofap.com. Retrieved 29 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "Heading". fullhyd.com. 
  3. ^ "Heading-2". Chithr.com. 
  4. ^ "Heading-3". Filmi Beat. 
  5. ^ "Heading-4". gomolo. 
  6. ^ "Box-Office Records And Collections — Samarasimha Reddy's Dream Run At The BO". CineGoer.com. Retrieved 2 September 2011. 

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