Total Recall!



The novel that inspired “Veta”!

Samyukta Arts “Veta” was inspired by a famous novel from Alexander Dumas’ called “The Count of Monte Cristo“. Jaggayya acted as the prisoner who helps Chiru escape from the Andaman prison. The reputed French author was fairly known to some Telugu audience even before this film as the super hit film “Aggi Pidugu” and its predecessor “Apoorva Sahoodarulu” were inspired by his novel called “The Corscican Brothers”.


Veta 10 days ad



Veta Centres

“Naagu” creates an Andhra Record in Guntur!

41 shows in single theatre at  Sree Saraswathi Picture Palace!


“Khaidhi” openings!

The first week numbers were revised for the first time in the history of Telugu Cinema. Producers issued the revised number after 50 days of its release. Details soon….

Khaidhi Openings

Initial title considered for “Gang Leader”!

“Arey O Saambaa” was apparently the title considered for this blockbuster and the script was made for Naaga Babu. It is interesting what made the producers consider this because Balakrishna’s Rowdy Inspector has a song starting with these words.



“Gudaachaari No 1” Openings!

Gudachari No 1

Stuartpuram Police Station!

                I came to know of the word “adda” only after watching this movie. Vividly remember Chiranjeevi sporting Carrera Sunglasses. “StuartPuram Dongalu”, Bhanuchanders‘ small budget movie with a similar name, which released around the same time, fared better than this high budget film.  Stuartpuram Police Station’s failure categorically put an end to one of Chiru’s longest associations with a producer (K.S.Rama Rao)-not considering Allu Aravind, Yedidha Nageswara Rao, K.Devi VaraPrasad and Aswini Dutt, who only started his association with Chiru a year before this film released.


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35 Years for Intloo Ramaiah Veedhiloo Krishnaiah!

Intlo 35

100 days ad of “Rusthum”!


“Puli Bebbuli” goes to floors!

                   R.V.Guru Paadham had earlier produced “Vayyaari Bhaamalu Vagalamaari Bharthalu” with N.T.R. and Krishna. “Parimalinchu Punnamiloo” is a typical Rajan-Nagendra composition and i vividly remember the (betting) wrestling fight on Chiru.

Puli Bebbuli

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