Alluda Majaka

Chiranjeevi, Ramyakrishna, Rambha, Laxmi, Giribabu, Ooha
Music : Koti
Banner : Devi Film Productions
Director : EVV Satyanarayana
Released : 25 Feb 1995

Sitaramaiah (Chiru) is the son of a fairly wealth village man. Two rich, spoiled girls come (Rambha and Ramyakrishna) and he teaches them a lesson and embarasses them. Alluda MazaakaTheir mother in order to take revenge takes over all the workers’ lands. Sitaramaiah’s sister falls in love and becomes pregnant. Their father commits suicide and they move to the city where his sister is false accused of being a prostitute and her lover leaves her. Sitaramaiah is falsely charged for killing the cop who arrested her and he escapes from prison and marries Ramya. At this point her father saves him and he tells him this whole story. Sitaramaiah goes to Ramya’s house and pretends to be two people, himself and a rich guy “Toyota.” After causing much havok, he saves his sister from the villains and reunites her with her lover. This film, though a hit, was very controversial for some vulgar scenes the director added. The interesting thing is that Rambha in Stardust Magazine said the scenes could have been worse if it had not been for Chiru’s intervention. Yes, Chiru has the largest mass fan base in Andhra but that does not mean that filmmakers should misuse it and make him do cheap things, as he has always had a royal, dignified air about him even in his mass films. The film would still have been a big hit if the vulgar scenes were not there. Interesting to note is that despite the bad scenes, his fans and many women did see the film. Chiru was his usual great self. The rest of the cast is ok. Music by Koti is jarring and gets quite boring. The choreography could have been better. One thing to note is that neither Rambha nor Ramya looked dignified with Chiru, but then again that’s probably what they were going for.
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