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Kotala Rayudu

Chiranjeevi, Madhavi, Giribabu, Nirmalamma, Satyanarayana
Music : JV Raghavulu
Banner : Sri Charitra Chitra
Director : K Vasu
Released : 15 Sept 1979

Chiranjeevi Plays a role with negative shades, who is the youngest son of a retired judge and youngest brother of a Police officer and a lawyer. Kotala Rayudu movie poster His father believes that he’s fit for nothing as he spends most of his time hanging out with his friends and after girls. He sees Madhavi, who teaches his brother’s kids and trys every trick to woo her. He manages to convince her that he’s in love with her and promises to marry soon.
Madhavi becomes pregnant and chiru refuses to marry her. Meanwhile, he realizes that his father is being blackmailed by a bar manager(KV Chalam), as he has his father’s photos with a dancer(Manju Bhargavi).
To save his reputation, his father heeds to bar manager’s demands. Chiranjeevi, with his friends gets hold of the bar manager and in an attempt to teach him a lesson, the dancer dies.
Chiru is accused of murder and he doesn’t try to defend himself, as he feels that he needs to be punished for all his misdeeds. His father expires when chiru is sentenced jail.
When Chiru is released after his brothers prove him innocent, Madhavi, with a kid is accepted by his family.
Excellent performance by chiru in his early days as a cheater outside home and as innocent brother and son at home. Director K.Vasu handles few comedy and drama scenes between chiru and his sister-in-laws very well. Chiru excells in dances for song Go Go Mr. Go and in displaying emotions in climax song Oka nelavanka