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Radha Gopalam

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Radha Gopalam

Radha Gopalam
Directed by Bapu
Produced by K.Anil Kumar
Written by Mullapudi Venkata Ramana
Starring Srikanth
Venu Madhav
Music by Mani Sharma
Distributed by Naga Babu
Release dates
Country India
Language Telugu
Budget 1 crore
Box office 50 lacs

Radha Gopalam () is a 2005 Telugu film which stars Srikanth and Sneha, based on the Hollywood movie, "Adam's Rib". This film was directed by Bapu and music was by Mani Sharma. The performances of Srikanth and Sneha were critically applauded. Sneha won the prestigious Nandi Special Jury Award for her performance in the movie. The movie opened to outstanding reviews by critics and it was a box office hit.


  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • Crew 3
  • Response 4
  • External links 5


Gopalam (Srikanth) performs tapas and gets Radha (Sneha) as his wife. Gopalam is an assistant public prosecutor. Radha is the daughter of Judge (Rangnath). She applies for a law degree after marriage and passes the exams with high honors. Radha is superior and more talented than Gopalam at work. This trait infuriates Gopalam and causes a rift between Radha and Gopalam. The rest of the story is all about how they survive the ego tiff.


Actor Role
Srikanth Gopalam
Sneha Radha


  • Director: Bapu
  • Story, Screenplay, Dialogues: Mullapudi Venkata Ramana
  • Producer: K.Anil kumar
  • Music: Mani Sharma
  • Cinematography: P.R.K.Raju
  • Editor: K.N Raju
  • Art Director : P.Narayana Raddy
  • Supporter : Unknown


The film opened to stupendous reviews and response and it was a box office hit and Sneha won the prestigious Nandi Special Jury Award for her performance in the movie.

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