Vivaha Bandham

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Vivaha Bandham
Vivaha Bandham.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by P. S. Ramakrishna Rao
Produced by P. S. Ramakrishna Rao
Written by A. Picheswara Rao (dialogues)
Screenplay by P. S. Ramakrishna Rao
Story by Ashutosh Mukherjee
Based on Saat Pake Bandha (1963)
Starring N. T. Rama Rao
Bhanumathi Ramakrishna
Music by M. B. Sreenivasan
Bhanumathi Ramakrishna (Supervision)
Cinematography Annayya
Edited by M. V. Rajan
Bharani Pictures[1]
Distributed by Navayuga Films
Release date
  • 23 October 1964 (1964-10-23)
Running time
140 mins
Country India
Language Telugu

Vivaha Bandham (English: Marriage Relation) is a 1964 Telugu drama film, produced and directed by P. S. Ramakrishna Rao under the Bharani Pictures banner.[3][4] It stars N. T. Rama Rao and Bhanumathi Ramakrishna[5] in the lead roles, with music composed by M. B. Srinivasan, while Bhanumathi Ramakrishna has taken care of supervision.[6] The film is remake of Bengali Movie Saat Pake Bandha (1963).[7]


Bharathi (Bhanumathi Ramakrishna) is the daughter of retired principal Appa Rao (Chittor V. Nagaiah). She has good values with self-esteem and confidence. Lecturer Chandrashekar (N. T. Rama Rao) gets acquainted with her and they start loving each other. Bharathi’s mother Manikyamba (Suryakantham) does not like this alliance because of prestige. But Appa Rao convinces her and makes the marriage of Chandrashekar and Bharathi. After the marriage, Manikyamma always criticizes Chandrashekar, so, he leaves their house along with Bharathi and starts living happily. Manikyanba doesn’t like the middle-class life of her daughter. She starts boasting about her son-in-law to the relatives. Chandrashekar gets hurt by this, so, he doesn’t want to go again to her house and Bharathi is sandwiched between mother and husband. Then, step by step, ego clashes arise between the couple, both of them lose their tolerance and separate to take a divorce. In the climax, they understand that marriage is not uniting two human beings, but it is an act of uniting two souls. Finally, the movie ends on a happy note.



  • Art: Rajendra Kumar
  • Choreography: Vempati
  • Stills: Satyam
  • Dialogues: A. Picheswara Rao
  • Lyrics: C. Narayana Reddy
  • Playback: P. B. Srinivas, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna
  • Music: M. B. Srinivasan
  • Story: Ashutosh Mukherjee
  • Editing: M. V. Rajan
  • Cinematography: Annayya
  • Screenplay - Producer - Director: P. S. Ramakrishna Rao
  • Banner: Bharani Pictures
  • Release Date: 23 October 1964


Vivaha Bandham
Film score by M. B. Srinivasan
Released 1964
Genre Soundtrack
Length 21:21
Producer M. B. Srinivasan

Music composed by M. B. Srinivasan. Lyrics were written by C. Narayana Reddy. Music released by Audio Company.[8]

S. No. Song Title Singers length
1 "Vinnava Aah Vinnava" Bhanumathi Ramakrishna 4:18
2 "Neetilona Ningilona" P. B. Srinivas, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna 4:29
3 "Nagumomu Ganaleni" Bhanumathi Ramakrishna 6:11
4 "Alumagalu Vidipoyenanthane" Bhanumathi Ramakrishna 3:22
5 "Neetilona Ningilona" (Sad) P. B. Srinivas, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna 3:01


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  2. ^ "Vivaha Bandham (Release Date)". Spicy Onion.
  3. ^ "Vivaha Bandham (Banner)".
  4. ^ "Vivaha Bandham (Direction)". Filmiclub.
  5. ^ "Vivaha Bandham (Cast & Crew)".
  6. ^ "Vivaha Bandham (Preview)". Filmiclub.
  7. ^ "Vivaha Bandham (Review)". The Cine Bay.
  8. ^ "Vivaha Bandham (Songs)". Cineradham.