Siddu from Sikakulam
|Siddhu From Sikaakulam|
|Produced by||Malla Vijaya Prasad|
|Music by||K. M. Radha Krishnan|
|Edited by||Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao|
Siddu from Sikakulam (alternate spelling: Sidhu from Srikakulam) is a 2008 Telugu-language comedy film written and directed by Eashwar, produced by Malla Vijayaprasad under Wellfare Creations banner and starring Allari Naresh, Manjari Phadnis and Shraddha Das in lead roles. The film soundtrack and background score were composed by K. M. Radha Krishnan. Dialogues for the film were written by Raju M Rajasimha. The film was released on 14 August 2008.
Siddhu (Allari Naresh) is a young man who hails from Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh. To pursue his education he joins a college in Visakhapatnam. There he meets and eventually falls in love with a girl called Sailaja (Manjari Phadnis). After a couple of encounters between the two, Siddhu reveals his love to Sailaja and she too accepts his love. A few days after the incident, the college declares vacations. On the last of the college, Sailaja reveals that her father Obul Reddy (Jaya Prakash Reddy), a big time factionist has settled her marriage with Bhuma Reddy's (Vijayaranga Raju) brother. On learning about Obul Reddy, Siddhu tells Sailaja that it would be better to break up than continue their love as he doesn't want to lose his life over love. He thinks everything practically and reveals his decision. However, Sailaja agrees to separate from him on one condition that Siddhu should come to her marriage and stay with her till the tying of knot by the bridegroom, that too with a smiling face. Siddhu accepts her condition and reaches her village. He withstands his emotions and the teasing of Sailaja. At one stage, Siddhu also tries to tease Sailaja by becoming intimate with her cousin Nisha (Shraddha Das). However, eventually he tells everyone that he loves Sailaja and can not live without her. He finally understands that love is greater than life and he is ready to sacrifice his life for the sake of love. At the same time, using his intelligence he creates a situation where Sailaja's father himself comes to Siddhu and asks him to marry his daughter. Siddhu marries Sailaja with the acceptance of everyone in her family.
- Allari Naresh as Siddhu
- Manjari Phadnis as Sailaja
- Shraddha Das as Nisha
- Jaya Prakash Reddy as Obul Reddy
- Dharmavarapu Subramanyam as Parasuram, a police inspector.
- Kondavalasa Lakshmana Rao as Konda, police constable.
- M. S. Narayana as Rataiah, Obul Reddy's henchmen.
- Venumadhav as Apple, Siddhu's friend
- Vijaya Rangaraju as Bhooma Reddy
- L.B. Sriram as Village priest
- Ahuti Prasad as Obul Reddy's brother
- Kallu Chidambaram as Gannavaram
- Khayyum as Siddhu's friend.
- Kadambari Kiran
- Surekha Vani
- Nalla Venu as Dose Babu, servant at Obul Reddy's house.
- Chandra Mohan as Siddhu's father
- Telangana Shakuntala as Bhooma Reddy's sister
- Master Bharat
- Krishna Bhagavaan
The film was released on 14 August 2008 to negative reviews. Reviewer from IndiaGlitz commented that despite the best efforts of Allari Naresh to keep the film on a hit track, the poor narration left the film as an average to below average flick. Reviewer from Cinegoer.com gave a 1 of 5 star rating for the film and commented that the pace of the film was really slow and the movie has little to offer and music or performances are nothing special as well.
|Siddu From Sikakulam|
|Soundtrack album by K. M. Radha Krishnan|
|Released||25 July 2008|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Producer||K. M. Radha Krishnan|
|1.||"Na Nababa Nanana"||Bhoopal||K. M. Radha Krishnan, Swetha||04:07|
|2.||"Jampandu Lanti Pilla"||Vanamali||Ranjith||04:29|
|3.||"O Kshanamainaa Chaalu"||Veturi||Hemachandra, Sahiti||04:16|
|5.||"Sarasangi Rathanangi"||Sai Sriharsha||Karunya||04:07|
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- "Telugu Movie Reviews - Siddhu From Seekakulam Review". CineGoer.com. Retrieved 2012-08-04.
- "Siddhu from Sikakulam music launch - Telugu cinema - Allari Naresh, Manjari Fadnis & Shraddha Das". Idlebrain.com. 2008-07-25. Retrieved 2012-08-04.