Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||K. Viswanath|
|Produced by||M. Jagannatha Rao|
|Written by||K. Viswanath|
(screenplay / dialogues)
|Starring||N. T. Rama Rao|
|Music by||T. V. Raju|
|Cinematography||K. S. Ramakrishna|
|Edited by||B. Gopal Rao|
Kalisochina Adrustum (English: Got a Huge Luck) is a 1968 Telugu, drama film, produced by M. Jagannatha Rao on S.V.S. Films banner and directed by K. Viswanath. Starring N. T. Rama Rao, Kanchana in the lead roles and music composed by T. V. Raju.
Plot[edit | edit source]
The film begins with Rao Bahadur Raghavendra Rao traveling in a train along with his pregnant wife, due to the labor pains she has been admitted in a remote village hospital but she dies along with the baby. At the same time, Parvatamma a poor woman belongs to the village tries to commit suicide after giving birth to a baby boy due to poverty, having many children and husband being drunkard. Parvatamma gives the boy to Raghavendra Rao after persuasion by servant Ramayya. The boy grows up by name Prakash (N. T. Rama Rao) and he is in love with Sobha (Kanchana) daughter of Paanakaalu (Dhulpala), head of a village. Though Panakalu is a cruel money lender but his children Sobha and Ganapathi (Rajababu) are good-natured. Once Prakash comes to the village on the invitation of Paanakaalu. Parvatamma stays in the same village along with his son Ranga (Satyanarayana) and daughter Gauri (Sandhya Rani). Ranga is also a drunkard that's why his father-in-law (Mikkilineni) does not send his daughter Lakshmi (Sukanya) to his house unless he is changed. Parallelly, Ganapathi is in love with Gauri. Parvatamma recognizes Prakash as her son by the chain in his neck which she has presented during his birth time. Then Prakash gets a telegram that Rao Bahadur is in deathbed, he immediately reaches there, Parvatamma also follows him to see him and he passes away. After his death, Prakash suspects that some truth is hidden behind he gets it through Ramayya and he is very happy to know that he is having a mother, sister, and brother. He brings them to his home but Ranga already a slave to vices and plays to the tune of manager Bhujanga Rao (Prabhakar Reddy). Bhujangam's eye is on Gauri and Ranga promises Bhujangam that he will give her to him. Prakash tries to change his brother but he quarrels with him when Ranga decides to leave the house, with no other choice Prakash gives his entire property to his brother, unites him with his wife Lakshmi and leaves the house along with his mother & sister to the village. Knowing this Paanakaalu refuses to marry Sobha with Prakash. Ganapathi is also fed up with his father's attitude and leaves the house. Meanwhile, Ranga cheats Lakshmi by taking divorce from her and manages Paanakaalu to remarry Sobha. Now Prakash comes in disguise as Sardarji and teaches a lesson to his brother & Paanakaalu with help of Sobha & Ganapathi and reunites the family. Finally, the movie ends on a happy note with the marriages of Prakash & Sobha, Ganapathi & Gauri.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- N. T. Rama Rao as Prakash
- Kanchana as Sobha
- Satyanarayana as Ranga
- Prabhakar Reddy as Bhujanga Rao
- Raja Babu as Ganapathi
- Allu Ramalingaiah
- Dhulipala as Paanakaali
- Santha Kumari as Parvatamma
- Vijaya Lalitha as item number
- Sandhya Rani as Gauri
- Sukanya as Lakshmi
Crew[edit | edit source]
- Art: Thota
- Choreography: Chinni-Sampath
- Stills: Baina
- Fights: Sambasiva Rao
- Lyrics: C. Narayana Reddy, Kosaraju
- Playback: Ghantasala, P. Susheela, Jamuna Rani, L. R. Eswari, Pithapuram, Madhavapeddi Satyam, Pattabhi, Vijaya Durga
- Music: T. V. Raju
- Story: Pinisetty
- Editing: B. Gopal Rao
- Cinematography: K.S.Ramakrishna
- Producer: M. Jagannatha Rao
- Dialogues - Screenplay - Director: K. Viswanath
- Banner: S.V.S. Films
- Release Date: 10 August 1968
Soundtrack[edit | edit source]
Music composed by T. V. Raju. Music released by Audio Company.
|1||Vandhanaalu||C. Narayana Reddy||Ghantasala, L. R. Eswari, Madhavapeddi Satyam||4:53|
|2||Pachchaa Pachchaani||C. Narayana Reddy||Ghantasala, P. Susheela||4:00|
|3||Amma Nuvve Naa Amma||C. Narayana Reddy||Ghantasala||2:50|
|4||Thaapam Thaapam||C. Narayana Reddy||Pithapuram, Jamuna Rani||3:10|
|5||Ninnu Choodandhi||Kosaraju||L. R. Eswari||5:05|
|6||Pattandee Naagali||C. Narayana Reddy||Ghantasala, L. R. Eswari||4:05|
|7||Antha Kopamaa||C. Narayana Reddy||Ghantasala, L. R. Eswari||3:26|
|8||Ee Prema||C. Narayana Reddy||Ghantasala, L. R. Eswari||3:25|
References[edit | edit source]
- "Kalisochina Adrustum (Overview)". IMDb.
- "Kalisochina Adrustum (Preview)". Spicyonion.
- "Kalisochina Adrustum (Banner)". Chitr.com.
- "Kalisochina Adrustum (Direction)". Filmiclub.
- "Kalisochina Adrustum (Cast & Crew)". gomolo.com.
- "Kalisochina Adrustum (Music)". Know Your Films.
- "Kalisochina Adrustum (Review)". The Cine Bay.
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