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Pellinati Pramanalu

Pelli Naati Pramanalu
File:Pellinati Pramanalu.jpg
Directed by Kadiri Venkata Reddy
Produced by Kadiri Venkata Reddy
Pattabhirami Reddy
Written by Pingali Nagendra Rao (story, dialogues and lyrics)
Starring Akkineni Nageshwara Rao
Jamuna Ramanarao
Rajasulochana
S. V. Ranga Rao
Rajanala Nageswara Rao
Ramana Reddy
Chaya Devi
Music by Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao
Release date(s) 17 December 1958
Country India
Language Telugu

Pelli Naati Pramanalu or Pellinati Pramanalu (Telugu: పెళ్లినాటి ప్రమాణాలు) is a 1958 Telugu drama film directed and co-produced by Kadiri Venkata Reddy.[1]

It is a musical hit film with lyrics by Pingali Nagendra Rao and music score by Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao. There is a patriotic song Sreemanturalivai Cheluvondu Maata Mammu Deevimpuma Maa Andhramata by P. Leela is memorable song.[2]

Plot

Bheemasena Rao (SV Rangarao) is a dignified and respectful man. His son (R. Nageswara Rao) works in Military services. His daughter is Rukmini (Jamuna). His close friend and relative Salahala Rao (Ramana Reddy) is trying to arrange marriage to his daughter. Krishna Rao (Akkineni) is his relative of Salahala Rao. He was sent to meet Bheemasena Rao with recommendation letter. During the meantime he attracts Rukmini with his good manners. Bheemasena Rao arranged marriage between Krishna Rao and Rukmini and a political leader takes Marriage Vows (Pellinati Pramanalu) from them that they should not cheat each other.

Krishna Rao starts new family in the town. He finds a job in a company "Andalu and Alankaralu". During the next seven years, they had four children. Subsequently Krishna Rao started getting attracted to other women. He gets close to his new typist Radha Rani (Rajasulochana). He even goes to her house during the absence of his wife. After knowing about the affair, Rukmini and Salahala Rao plays a small drama and let Krishna Rao know about his mistake. Brother of Rukmini marries the pious Radha Rani.

Cast

Actor Character
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Jamuna Ramanarao Rukmini
S. V. Ranga Rao Bheemasena Rao
Rajasulochana Radha Rani
R. Nageswara Rao Bheemasena Rao's son
Ramana Reddy Salahala Rao
Chaya Devi Salahala Rao's wife
Allu Ramalingaiah Prakatanalu
Peketi Sivaram M.V.Tesam
Chadalavada Kutumba Rao Ammakalu
Sivaramakrishnaiah Nandaji
Balakrishna Office Peon
Surabhi Kamalabai Yerukala Subbi

Soundtrack

There are about 9 songs and padyams in the film penned by Pingali Nagendra Rao and music score provided by Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao.[3]

  • Arana Ana Aina Sarasamaina Beramaya Mallepoola Dandalaya (Singer: Jikki Krishnaveni)
  • Brundavana Chandamama Endukoyi Tagavu (Singer: Ghantasala and P. Leela; Cast: Jamuna and Akkineni)
  • Challaga Choodali Poolanu Andukupovali Devi (Singer: Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao)
  • Edo Teliyaka Pilichitinoyi Meedikirakoyi Krishna (Singer: P. Susheela)
  • Laali Maa Papayi Ananda Laali (Singer: P. Leela group)
  • Neetone Lokamu Neetone Swargamu (Singers: Ghantasala and P. Leela)
  • Raave Muddula Radha Naa Premarasivi Neeve (Singers: Ghantasala and P. Susheela)
  • Sreemanturalivai Cheluvondu Maata Mammu Deevimpuma Maa Andhramata (Singer: P. Leela; Cast: Jamuna)
  • Sura Yaksha Gandharva (Padyam) (Singer: Ghantasala)
  • Vennelalone Vedi Yelano Vedimilone Challa Nelano (Singers: Ghantasala and P. Leela)

Awards

National Film Awards[4]

References

External links

  • Pelli Naati Pramanalu film at IMDb.

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