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Jeevana Jyothi (1975 film)

Jeevana Jyothi
File:Jeevana Jyothi.jpg
Directed by K. Viswanath
Produced by D. V. S. Raju
Starring Shobhan Babu
Vanisree
Kaikala Satyanarayana
Rajababu
Ramaprabha
Shubha
Amol Palekar
Music by K. V. Mahadevan
Release date(s) 1975
Country India
Language Telugu

Jeevana Jyothi (Telugu: జీవన జ్యోతి) is a 1975 Telugu film directed by K. Viswanath. It stars Vanisri in a double role as mother and daughter. Sobhan Babu is the leading man. This film won for the major awards especially in Filmfare Awards South history it's break in first time that year all awards won this film. The director K. Viswanath later remade the film in Hindi as Sanjog (1985) with Jayaprada and Jeetendra.[1]

Songs

  • "Ekkada Ekkada Dakkunnano Cheppuko"
  • "Endukante Emi Cheppanu"
  • "Muddula Maa Baabu"
  • "Sinni O Sinni"

Awards

Nandi Awards

Filmfare Awards South

  • Filmfare Best Film Award (Telugu) - D. V. S. Raju
  • K. Viswanath won 2nd Filmfare Best Director Award (Telugu)
  • Shoban Babu won 2nd Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu)
  • Vanisri won 3rd consecutive Filmfare Best Actress Award (Telugu)

References

External links

  • Jeevana Jyoti film at IMDb.


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