Samarasimha Reddy

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Samarasimha Reddy
B. Gopal CH. Venkat Rao K. V. Vijayendra Prasad (story) Written by Paruchuri Brothers (dialogue) Nandamuri Balakrishna Simran Starring Anjala Zhaveri Jaya Prakash Reddy Mani Sarma Music by Cinematography V. S. R. Swamy Release dates 13 January 1999 India Country Telugu Language 160 million (US$2.7 million)(Share)[1] Box office Directed by Produced by Samarasimha Reddy is a 1999 Tollywood action film, directed by B. Gopal, released on 13 January 1999. The movie stars Nandamuri Balakrishna and Simran.

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Sangeetha and her two sisters live with their cruel aunt, who runs a small hotel. Abbulu joins their hotel as an employee. He later tells Sangeetha that he is their brother, Vasu, who ran away in childhood. He solves all their problems and romances with Simran. Veera Raghava Reddy is an amputee Rayalaseema don who is seeking revenge on Abbulu. When his sons fail, he sends his daughter Anjali to destroy him. In the process she reveals that Abbulu is actually Samarasimha Reddy, and that he had killed Vasu. To prove his love for Vasu’s sisters, Anjali challenges him to drink poison and Abbulu/faux-Vasu/Samarasimha lands in a hospital. Satyanarayana, a police superintendent, reveals Samarasimha's true story. Veera had killed Samarasimha's parents, his fiancee, sister and brother-in-law. Seeking revenge, Samarsimha severed Veera’s legs and right arm. In the fight Samarasimha Reddy accidentally killed Vasu, his "Man Friday". Samarasimha then assumed Vasu’s duties as a brother. Learning this, Anjali repents for her actions. Samarasimha accepts the collective decision to marry Anjali to end the feud between the two families. After the marriage Veera goes back on his word and tries to kill his own daughter Anjali and Samarasimha, but fails. Anjali is admitted in hospital where she recovers. Seeing everyone, including his sons, supporting Samarasimha, Veera commits suicide.

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Nandamuri Balakrishna as Samarasimha Reddy/Abbulu Jaya Prakash Reddy as Veera Raghava Reddy Simran as Sampangi Anjala Zhaveri as Anjali Sanghavi Prudhvi Raj as Vasu Jayachitra Sangeeta as Sangeetha Brahmanandam Kota Srinivasa Rao Satyanarayana as Police Commissioner Devraj

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"Nandamuri Nayaka": S. P. Balu, Chithra "Andala Adabomma": Udit Narayan, Sujatha "Lady Lady Kanne Lady": Mano, Sujatha "Ravayya..": S. P. Balu, Chitra "Adis Abbaba": Mano, Radhika "Chaliga Vundannade": S. P. Balu, Chitra

Box office

The film had a 227-day run at three theatres.[2]