Vindhyarani

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Vindhyarani
(Telugu: వింధ్యరాణి viṃdhyarāṇi)
Directed byC. Pullayya
Written byPingali Nagendra Rao
StarringAkkineni Nageswara Rao
G. Varalakshmi
Relangi Venkata Ramaiah
Pushpavalli
D. V. Subba Rao
A. V. Subba Rao
B. Padmanabham
Music byEmani Sankara Sastry
Saluri Rajeswara Rao
CinematographyC. V. Ramakrishnan
Edited byK. R. Krishna Swamy
Release date
  • 14 January 1948 (1948-01-14)
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu
Vindhyarani advertisement in 1948 issue of Chandamama magazine.

Vindhyarani (English title: Queen of the Vindhyas; Telugu: వింధ్యరాణి) is a 1948 Telugu film directed by C. Pullayya. It is a film based on a drama written by Pingali Nagendra Rao.[1] Pushpavalli played the title role of Vindhyarani.

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Durjaya kills his elder brother Maharajah Jayaveera of the Vindhya Kingdom and occupies the throne. Shatamitra secretly takes care of the Prince Shivasri and is waiting for an opportunity to take revenge. Avanti is the daughter of a subordinate king. She hates men. Durjaya connivingly brings her to the Kingdom and announces her as the Queen. Shivasri and Avanti start loving each other. Shatamitra sends message to Shivasri to kill Durjaya. Thinking that his love is a hindrance to his revenge, he told Avanti to forget him and his love. Avanti plans to kill Durjaya and plans to marry Shivasri. Shivasri attacks Durjaya, but pardons him. Avanti kills him and escapes. The drama continues. At the end, Shivasri and Avanti get married and rule the Vindya Kingdom.

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