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Doctor Chakravarti

Doctor Chakravarthy
Directed by Adurthi Subba Rao
Produced by D. Madhusudhana Rao
Written by Koduri Kausalya Devi (story)
Acharya Atreya (Dialogues )
Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao
Savitri
Kongara Jaggaiah
Sowcar Janaki
Girija
Krishna Kumari
Gummadi Venkateswara Rao
Suryakantam
Gitanjali
B. Padmanabham
Jayanthi
Chalam
Music by Saluri Rajeswara Rao
Release date(s) 1963
Country India
Language Telugu

Doctor Chakravarthy is 1963 Telugu drama film directed by Adurthi Subba Rao starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Savitri. The film is based on Chakrabhramanam novel written by Koduri Kausalya Devi. It is the first film to win the Nandi Award instituted by Government of Andhra Pradesh in 1964.[1]

Cast

Actor Character
Akkineni Nageswara Rao Dr. Chakravarthy
Savitri Madhavi, wife of Ravindra
Jaggayya Ravindra
Sowcar Janaki Nirmala, wife of Dr. Chakravarthy
Krishna Kumari Dr. Sridevi
Gummadi Venkateswara Rao Inspector Sridhar
Suryakantham Suryakantham
Geethanjali Sudha, sister of Dr. Chakravarthy
Padmanabham Venkata Swami
Chalam Venkata Ramana
Jayanthi Padma
T.Krishna, BA

Songs

  • Ee Mounam Ee Bidiyam (Singers: Ghantasala, P. Susheela)
  • Evaro Jwalanu Ragilincharu (Lyrics: Aathreya; Singer: Ghantasala)
  • Manasuna Manasai (Lyrics: Sri Sri; Singer: Ghantasala)
  • Neevuleka Veena Palukalenannadi (Lyrics: Aathreya; Singer: P. Susheela)
  • Nijam Cheppave Pilla (Singers:P. Susheela, B. Vasantha)[2]
  • O! Ungarala Mungurula Raja (Singers: Madhavapeddi Satyam, P. Susheela)
  • Ontiga Samayam (Lyrics: Kosaraju; Singers: S. Janaki, P. B. Sreenivas)
  • Paadamani Nannadagavalena (Lyrics: Aathreya; Singer: P. Susheela)

Awards

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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