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|Directed by||Shiva Nageswara Rao|
|Produced by||Nagarjuna Akkineni|
|Written by||Marudhuri Raja (dialogues)|
|Screenplay by||Shiva Nageswara Rao|
|Story by||Suryadevara Ram Mohan Rao|
|Cinematography||S. Gopal Reddy|
Great India Enterprises
Sisindri is a 1995 Telugu comedy film produced by Nagarjuna Akkineni on Great India Enterprises banner, directed by Shiva Nageswara Rao. Akkineni Akhil (son of Akkineni Nagarjuna and Amala Akkineni) made his debut through this film.
The cast includes his real life father Akkineni Nagarjuna and other supporting actors Giribabu, Tanikella Bharani, Sudhakar, Aamani, Sarath Babu, Subhalekha Sudhakar. Tabu and Pooja Batra made guest appearances in the film. Music composed by Raj, it is his first debut individually. The film is an Indian adaptation of the Hollywood film Baby's Day Out (1994). The film was dubbed in Tamil as Chutti Kuzhandhai. The film was a box-office hit.
- Nagarjuna Akkineni as Raja
- Akhil Akkineni as Sisindri
- Tabu as Tabu
- Pooja Batra as Pooja
- Aamani as Sisindri's mother
- Brahmanandam as Jailor
- Babu Mohan as Smuggler
- Kota Srinivasa Rao
- Giri Babu as Jakkanna
- Tanikella Bharani as Akkanna
- Sudhakar as Madanna
- AVS as House Owner
- Dharmavarapu Subramanyam
- Sarath Babu as Sarath Kumar, Sisindri's father
- Subhalekha Sudhakar as Johnny
- Sivaji Raja as Sivaji
- Chalapathi Rao
- Subbaraya Sharma
- Ananth Babu
- Chitti Babu
- Gautam Raju as Sentry
- Kallu Chidambaram
- Chandra Mouli
- Jayalalita as Jambavathi
- Y. Vijaya as Hostel Warden
Siva Nageswara Rao decided to direct a film based on Hollywood film Baby's Day Out (1994). Nagarjuna's son Akhil who was a one year old baby at that time made his acting debut as a child kidnapped from home.
|Film score by Raj|
|1.||"Aataadukundaama"||SP Balu, Chitra||5:11|
|2.||"Hello Pilla"||SP Balu, Chitra, Suresh Peters||5:18|
|4.||"Ori Naayano"||Mano,Muralidhar, Kota Srinivasa Rao|
|5.||"Kya Scene Hai"||Mano, Anupama||5:02|
This movie celebrated 100 days in 2 centers and 50 days in 34 centers. 
Notes and references
- "Siva Nageswara Rao — Telugu Cinema interview — Telugu film director".
- "Mama's boy". 5 December 2009 – via The Hindu.
- "Sisindri 100 days centers — Nagarjuna Akkineni — Telugu Cinema hero".
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