|Directed by||Raj Bharat|
|Produced by||Allu Aravind|
|Distributed by||Sri Balaji Video|
Yamakinkarudu (Telugu: యమకింకరుడు) is a Tollywood film which released on 22 October 1982. This film was directed by Raja Bharat and produced by Allu Aravind on Geetha Arts. This film stars Chiranjeevi, Raadhika, and Sarath Babu. The screenplay was mainly adapted from Mad Max of 1979 starring Mel Gibson.
Vijay (Chiranjeevi) and Kishore (Sarath Babu) are childhood friends and both work in police department. They put a goon called Jackal behind bars and he vows revenge on them before going to jail. Kishore's sister (Raadhika) is in love with vijay. They get married and have a kid. Jackal escapes from jail and kills Kishore. Now its Vijay's turn to bring Jackal and his gang to justice and put an end to their atrocities.
- Chiranjeevi .... Vijay
- Raadhika .... Radha
- Kaikala Satyanarayana
- Sarath Babu .... Kishore
- Kongara Jaggayya
- Sudarshan Dhir .... Jackal
- Silk Smitha
- Director: Raj Bharat
- Producer: Allu Aravind
- Music: K. Chakravarthy
- Playback singers: S.P. Balasubramaniam P. Susheela S. Janaki
- Geetha Arts
- Sri Balaji Video (VCD release)
- The movie had grossed Rs.2.5 millions in its opening week.
- The movie was a big hit and established Chiranjeevi as an action hero before Khaidi was released.
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