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Maya Bazaar (1995 film)

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Maya Bazaar
File:Maya Bazaar (1995 film).jpg
Movie Poster
Directed byDasari Narayana Rao
Produced byP. S. N. Murthy
M. K. Mavullayya
Written byThotapalli Madhu (dialogues)
Screenplay byDasari Narayana Rao
Story byDasari Narayana Rao
Pingali Nagendra Rao
(original story)
Based onMaya Bazaar (1957)
StarringAkkineni Nageswara Rao
Suman
Aamani
Dasari Narayana Rao
Music byMadhavapeddi Suresh
CinematographyCh. Ramana Raju
Edited byB. Krishnam Raju
Production
company
Kamakshi Films[1]
Release date
  • 4 May 1995 (1995-05-04)
Running time
144 mins
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

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Maya Bazaar (

  1. REDIRECT Template:Translation sidebar) is a 1995 Telugu-language comedy film, produced by P. S. N. Murthy, M. K. Mavullayya under the Kamakshi Films banner and directed by Dasari Narayana Rao. It stars Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Suman, Aamani, Dasari Narayana Rao and music composed by Madhavapeddi Suresh. The film is socialized remake of the mythological classic Mayabazar (1957).[2]

Plot[edit]

The film begins in a village where Balaramaiah (Gummadi) is its lead-off person who holds high esteem. Krishna Prasad (Akkineni Nageswara Rao) his younger brother is a man of wit & wisdom and a magician too. They have a sister Subhadra (Jayanthi) married to a millionaire Arjuna Rao (Murali Mohan) and their son Rajesh (Suman) falls for Balaramaiah's daughter Sasirekha (Aamani). Once Dharma Rao (Ramakrishna) the elder brother of Arjuna Rao is invited by their step-brother Suyodhana Rao (Gokina Rama Rao) who has a family animosity. Exploiting the situation, Suyodhana Rao ploys along with his maternal uncle Kollayappa (Thotapalli Madhu), grab their entire wealth in gambling, indicts them in crime and sentenced. Knowing it, Balaramaiah furiously moves to Suyodhana Rao as he is his political follower. Being cognizant to it, crafty Suyodhana Rao & Kollayappa flatters & misleads Balaramaiah and also takes approval to couple up Sasirekha with Suyodhana Rao's son Baby (Babu Mohan). Meanwhile, Rajesh & Subhadra reach the village, as they are financially ruined Balaramaiah's wife Revathi (Anuradha) looks them down and supports Sasi's match with Baby. Right now, the rift arises between the families, Rajesh & Subhadra leaves the house when Krishna Prasad cleverly diverts them to Rajesh's cousin Ghattayya Dora's (Dasari Narayana Rao) hamlet in the forest. Ghattayya Dora is a tribal leader, possessing supernatural powers and gives them a warm welcome. Thereafter, he learns regarding the turbulence, when on the guidance of Krishna Prasad he carries Sasi and purports himself as the bride. At present, Ghattayya Dora & his assistants' chaos in the wedding venue and teases the people of the bridegroom with their gimmicks. Parallelly, Rajesh proves the innocence of his father & paternal uncle and acquits them. At last, Krishna Prasad brings out the real intentions of baddies and ceases them. Finally, the movie ends on a happy note with the marriage Rajesh & Sasirekha.

Cast[edit]

  • Akkineni Nageswara Rao as Krishna Prasad
  • Suman as Rajesh
  • Aamani as Sasirekha
  • Dasari Narayana Rao as Ghattayya Dora
  • Gummadi as Balaramaiah
  • Chandra Mohan as Pitapita Raju
  • Ramakrishna as Dharma Rao
  • Murali Mohan as Arjuna Rao
  • Babu Mohan as Baby
  • Chalapathi Rao as Desabandhu
  • AVS as Bakani
  • Rallapalli as Thoka
  • Suthi Velu as Kakani
  • Thotapalli Madhu as Kollayappa
  • Gokina Rama Rao as Suyodhana Rao
  • Kota Shankar Rao as Lokabandhu
  • Maganti Gopinath as Mukhanti
  • Kalyan as Kalyan
  • Gundu Hanumantha Rao as Priest
  • Garimalla Visweswara Rao as Priest
  • Ananth as Priest
  • Kallu Chidambaram as Priest
  • Ironleg Sastri as Priest
  • Ashok Kumar as Priest
  • Telephone Satyanarayana as Deenabandhu
  • Dham as Priest
  • Prabha as Tulasi
  • Jayanthi as Subhadra
  • Anuradha as Durga
  • Disco Shanthi as Lamlagidi
  • Anuja as Jamjagidi
  • Poojita as Sumangali
  • Y. Vijaya as Samakka
  • Master Allu Sirish as Young Ghattayya Dora

Cameo appearances[edit]

  • Mohan Babu
  • Ramya Krishna
  • Soundarya
  • Rambha
  • Roja
  • Malashri

Crew[edit]

  • Art: Bhaskara Raju
  • Choreography: Siva Subramanyam, DKS Babu, Sreenu
  • Fights: Judo Ratnam
  • Dialogues: Thotapalli Madhu
  • Lyrics: Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry, Jonnavithhula Ramalingeswara Rao, Bhuvana Chandra, Sahithi, Nandigamagani
  • Playback: SP Balu, Mano, S. Janaki, Chitra, Radhika, Swarnalata
  • Original Story: Pingali Nagendra Rao
  • Music: Madhavapeddi Suresh
  • Editing: B. Krishnam Raju
  • Cinematography: Ch. Ramana Raju
  • Producer: P. S. N. Murthy, M. K. Mavullayya
  • Story — Screenplay — Director: Dasari Narayana Rao
  • Banner: Kamakshi Films
  • Release Date: 4 May 1995

Soundtrack[edit]

Maya Bazaar
📅 Released1995
⏳ Length38:54
🏷️ LabelSMARL SOURABH
🤑 ProducerMadhavapeddi Suresh

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Music composed by Madhavapeddi Suresh. Music released on SMARL SOURABH Music Company. The song Ave Kallu Ade Choopu has been shot on ANR along with 5 top most heroines of that decade.[3]

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Ave Kallu Ade Choopu"Bhuvana ChandraSP Balu, Chitra4:55
2."Tholi Valapula"Sirivennela Sitarama SastryMano, S. Janaki3:26
3."Neevena"Jonnavithhula Ramalingeswara RaoSP Balu, S. Janaki3:54
4."Dandamtho"NandigamaganiSP Balu5:04
5."Elo Ellello"SahithiSP Balu, S. Janaki3:51
6."O Chandamama"SahithiSP Balu, Chitra5:21
7."O Sundari Nuvve"SahithiSP Balu, Swarnalata5:07
8."Ranga Ranga"Bhuvana ChandraSP Balu4:10
9."Jai Shakthi"Jonnavithhula Ramalingeswara RaoSP Balu3:06
Total length:38:54

References[edit]

  1. "Maya Bazaar (Overview)". IMDb.
  2. "Maya Bazaar (Review)". Know Your Films.
  3. "Maya Bazaar (about song)". Telugu Cinema Prapancham.


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