|Directed by||K. Rushendra Reddy|
|Written by||Ganesh Patro (Dialogue)|
|Screenplay by||K. Rushendra Reddy|
|Story by||Rajiv Kaul|
|Produced by||G. C. Gupta Presents|
G. Radhadevi Gupta
K. K. Reddy
|Edited by||Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao|
|140 minutes 15 seconds|
Tholi Muddhu (transl. The First Kiss) is a 1993 Indian Telugu-language teen romance film directed by K. Rushendra Reddy and starring Prashanth and Divya Bharati. The film is a remake of the 1990 Bollywood Super Hit Dil. The soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The film was dubbed into Tamil as Ilam Nenje Vaa. This was the last Telugu film of actress, Divya Bharti which was posthumously released six months after her death. Unfinished portions were otherwise completed by actress Rambha, who slightly resembled the latter's original body (the credits were otherwise kept as Divya Bharti's name only throughout the film). The film was commercially successful.
Prashanth and Divya get married without informing anyone. Soon enough, Divya's father tries to make their life a living hell.
- Prashanth as Prashanth
- Divya Bharti as Divya
- Rambha As Divya
- Brahmanandam as Police Inspector
- Kota Srinivasa Rao as Kotishwara Raayudu
- Captain Raju as Mr. Gupta
- Senthil as Swamiji
- Ironleg Sastri
- Pandari Bari
Due to Divya Bharti's death on 5 April 1993, the film was partly completed by actress Rambha in Divya's role while Roja Ramani dubbed her voice.
The original score by Ilaiyaraaja consists of 6 tracks. The song "Vaane Laddi" was not included in the movie.
|"Idhi Bombai Bulliro"||S.P. Balu|
|"Toli Muddu"||S.P. Balu, Janaki|
|"Mem Premikulam"||S.P. Balu, Janaki|
|"Chittiguma Padave"||S.P. Balu, Janaki|
|"Ravaa Priyathama"||S.P Balu, Janaki|
|"Vane Laddi"||S.P. Balu, Janaki|
Music composed by Ilaiyaraaja consists of 6 tracks and were released in 1995.
|"Idhi Bombaye"||S.P Balu, Chorus|
|"Oru Mutham"||S.P Balu, Chithra|
|"Ini Vellvathu"||S.P Balu, Chithra, Chorus|
|"Chittu Kuruvi"||S.P Balu, Chithra|
|"Vezhva Maranama"||S.P Balu, Chithra|
|"Mattai Kozhi"||S.P Balu, Chithra|
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