Kotha Bangaru Lokam Copied Scenes




Directed by
K. Vishwanath
Writing credits
Jandhyala dialogue
K. Vishwanath screenplay
K. Vishwanath story
Produced by
Buchi Reddy Bheemavarapu
Original Music by
Mahadevan K.V.
Cinematography by
Music Department
S. Janaki .... playback singer
Puhalendi .... assistant composer
Balasubramaniam S.P. .... playback singer
P. Susheela .... playback singer
Somayajulu J.V. ... Yajulu
Sabitha Bhamidipati ... Hema
Girish ... Murali
Allu Ramalingaiah
Ramana Murthi J.V.
Sakshi Ranga Rao
Dubbing Janaki
Ravikant (as Ravikanth)
Somayajulu, an orthodox high-priest of a village temple weds his grand-daughter Hema to his grand-son Gaurinatha, also a priest by profession, without realising that she is in love with Murali, a Harijan. Hema is a professional dancer who gives performances along with her father's troupe, while Murali plays flute in the troupe.
Gaurinatha marries Hema, but only succeeds to see the goddess he worships, in Hema. He learns the truth from Hema and decides to unite her with Murali. After much deliberations, Yajulu not only gives consent, but actively carries it out in the face of stiff resistance from the village.

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