Siri Sampadalu

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Siri Sampadalu
Siri Sampadalu.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by P. Pullaiah
Produced by V. Venkateswarlu
Written by Pinisetty Srirama Murthy
(story / dialogues)
Screenplay by P. Pullaiah
Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao
Savitri
Music by Master Venu
Cinematography Madhav Bulbule
Edited by N. M. Shankar
Production
company
Padmasri Pictures[1]
Release date
  • 19 September 1962 (1962-09-19)
Running time
155 mins
Country India
Language Telugu

Siri Sampadalu (English: Property - Wealth) is a 1962 Telugu, drama film, produced by V. Venkateswarlu on Padmasri Pictures banner and directed by P. Pullaiah. Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Savitri in the lead roles and music composed by Master Venu.

Plot[edit]

Jagapathi Naidu (Gummadi) inculpates his brother-in-law Chakradhar (A.V. Subbarao Jr.) for his father Raghupathi Naidu’s (Nagaiah) death. This creates a rift in the joint family and Chakradhar leaves for the city with his wife Parvathi (Santhakumari) and son Prasad. Years pass by. Now grownups Jagapathi’s three daughters, Padma (Savitri), Latha (Vasanthi) and Rama (Girija) pursue higher studies in the city. They meet their cousin Prasad (ANR) and aunt Parvathi (Santhakumari). Love kindles between Padma and Prasad. A furious Jagapathi brings his daughters back to Sitaramapuram. Jagapathi loses all his wealth in charity. Money lender Bhujangam (Rajanala) brings his house under auction. Provoked by Bhujangam, Jagapathi hits him and is sentenced to three months imprisonment. Prasad buys ‘Anandanilayam’ in the auction.

Jagapathi’s accountant Garatayya (Ramana Reddy) steals his jewels and gives them to Bhujangam. Garatayya’s son Anand (Relangi) finds that out and informs Prasad. When Prasad meets Bhujangam for the jewels, Bhujangam darkens the room, hits him and throws him into the river. Jagapathi completes his sentence. Prasad in the guise of Athmaram receives him. Prasad calls everyone including Bhujangam to Anandanilayam. It is revealed that Bhujangam had hit Anand and not Prasad and Prasad had saved Anand from drowning. The culprits are thus exposed. Jagapathi regrets his hatred for his sister’s family. A repentant Bhujangam seeks pardon. Prasad marries Padma and Bhujangam’s son Madhu (Chalam) weds Latha.

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Siri Sampadalu
Film score by Master Venu
Released 1962
Genre Soundtrack
Length 26:02
Producer Master Venu

Music composed by Master Venu. Music released on Audio Company.

S.No Song Title Lyrics Singers length
1 Chittipotti Papalu Aacharya Aatreya Santha Kumari 3:05
2 Enduko Siggenduko Sri Sri Ghantasala, P. Susheela 2:59
3 Ee Pagalu Acharya Aatreya Ghantasala, S. Janaki 3:00
4 Venugaanammu Vinipinchene Kosaraju Jikki,S. Janaki,P. Susheela 3:28
5 Gudilo Devuni Gantalu Kosaraju P. Susheela 3:01
6 Puvvu Navvenu Acharya Aatreya S. Janaki 2:57
7 Varaniki Okkate Sunday Kosaraju Pithapuram,S. Janaki 4:15
8 Kondammo Kosaraju P. B. Sreenivas,Swarnalatha 3:17

Awards[edit]

National Film Awards

References[edit]