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Director: Kasinadhuni Viswanath
Writers: Kasinadhuni Viswanath (story & screenplay), Jandhyala (dialogue)
Producer: Edida Nageshwara Rao
Executive Producer: Edida Sriram
Music: Ramesh Naidu
Cinematography: Lok Singh
Lyrics: Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry & C. Narayana Reddy
Playback singers: S.P. Balasubramaniam, S.P. Sailaja & S. Janaki


* Chiranjeevi .... Sambaiah
* Vijayashanti .... Ganga
* Sumalatha .... Sarada
* Arjun .... Chinna (as Master Arjun)
* Charan Raj .... Govind
* Sarvadaman Banerjee .... Bhaskar
* J.V. Somayajulu
* Brahmanandam
* M.V.S. Harnatha Rao
* P.L. Narayana
* S.K. Misro
This film is an elaborate melodrama with Sambaiah (Chiranjeevi) as the illiterate cobbler who raises his dead sister's son Chinna (Arjun/Sirish) while also financing the education of the orphaned Sharada (Sumalatha). When Sharada marries, Sambaiah's lover Ganga (Vijaya Shanti) sterilized so that nothing will interfere with Chinna's growth. Ganga assists Sambaiah in becoming enormously wealthy, but this causes several problems.

Chinna's biological father Govind (Charan Raj) teams up with Sharada's no-good husband Bhaskar (Banarjee) to make a series of demands on Sambaiah and to claim Chinna's guardianship. Eventually Chinna rebels against his father and both he and Sambaiah return to latter's modest original profession of cobbler.

This film was a critical success, notably for recasting action star Chiranjeevi in an unusual role, which also constituted his influential effort to transform his screen image by entering what is known in Telugu cinema as the 'class film'.

Less than two years after the formation of Dalit Mahasabha in AP (1985), the film posits a conservative resolution to an important political movement in its evacuation of all caste conflict in favor of a fictional conflict between 'good' and 'bad' Dalits.

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