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Gharana Mogudu (1992) Movie Profile and Trivia

Devi Film Productions' Gharana Mogudu, released on 9th April, 1992, was the first Telugu film to collect a distributors' share of Rs. 10 crore. It was the third straight hit for the combination of K. Raghavendra Rao and megastar Chiranjeevi (after Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari and Rowdy Alludu).

A remake of the Tamil hit Mannan, the film, produced by K. Devi Vara Prasad and co-starring Nagma-Vani Viswanath, completed 100 days in as many as 39 centres and was the third silver jubilee film of Chiranjeevi (after Pasivadi Pranam and Jagadeka Veerudu Atiloka Sundari).

Director: K. Raghavendra Rao

Writers: P. Vasu (story), Paruchuri Brothers (dialogues)

Producer: K. Devi Vara Prasad

Music: M.M. Keeravani

Cinematography: Vincent & Ajay Vincent

Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

Art: Bhaskar Raju

Codirector: G. Anand Kumar

Executive Producer: K. Leela Prasad

Lyrics: Bhuvana Chandra & M.M. Keeravani (Kappuko duppati)

Playback singers: S.P. Balasubramaniam, Nagur Babu & K. S. Chitra

Choreography: Tara, Prabhu & Suchitra

Stunts: Vijayan

Production Controller: Mohan

Operative Cameraman: P. Suryaprakash Rao

Makeup: N. Narayana

Costumes: Krishna, Shaji (for Chiranjeevi)

Publicity Design: Eswar

Press Publicity: C.H. Bhaskar Rao

Publicity Incharge: B.A. Raju

Stills: Tataji

Release Date: 9th April, 1992


Nagma................Uma Devi
Raogopal Rao................Bapineedu
Vani Viswanath................Bhavani
Kaikala Satyanarayana................Ranganayakulu
Sarath Saxena................Ranganayakulu's son
Ramaprabha................Uma Devi's servant
Shubha................Raju's mother
Ahuthi Prasad................Sarangapani
Sakshi Ranga Rao................Bhawani's father
Chalapathi Rao................Chalapathi
P.L. Narayana................Narayana
Eswar Rao
Durga Babu
Disco Santhi................Item number in the song 'Bangaru Kodi Petta'

Songs List:

Bangaru Kodi Petta
S P Balu, Chitra
Lyricist: Bhuvanachandra

Kitukulu Thelisina
Mano, Chitra
Lyricist: Bhuvanachandra

Hey Pilla Hello Pilla
Mano, Chitra
Lyricist: Bhuvanachandra

Kappuko Duppati
S P Balu, Chitra
Lyricist: Keeravani

Endibe Ettage Undhi
S P Balu, Chitra
Lyricist: Bhuvanachandra

Pandu Pandu Pandu
S P Balu, Chitra
Lyricist: Bhuvanachandra


Raju (Chiranjeevi) is a do-gooder who helps his fellow co-workers while working in Visakhapatnam shipyard, but when his mother suffers a paralytic stroke, he moves back to Hyderabad and looks for a job. Uma Devi (Nagma) daughter of industrialist Bapineedu (Raogopal Rao) takes over the business from her father and helps it to reach new heights which also sees her head strongness reach new heights as well. In this scenario, she not only rejects Ranganayakulu's(Kaikala Satyanarayana) son's marriage proposal but insults them when the father-son duo show up at her house. To get their revenge, they send goons to kill Uma Devi and as fate would have it, Bapineedu shows up in the car instead of Uma Devi and is rescued by Raju who asks him for a job which Bapineedu readily agrees to. Raju wins over the employees within no time and takes on the high handedness of Uma Devi and her management. This leads to constant conflict and Uma Devi decides to marry Raju so that he would not interfere anymore. And to this end she plays an emotional blackmail game with Raju's mother and eventually makes Raju agrees to marry her. But Raju continues to trouble her even after marriage. Uma Devi's secretary, Bhavani(Vani Viswanath) is also a friend of Raju which leads to jealousy as well. In the meantime Ranganayakulu with the help of Uma Devi's manager Sarangapani (Ahuthi Prasad) schemes against Uma Devi to sabotage her factory. The rest of film deals with how Raju thwarts the schemes of Ranganayakulu as well as teaches Uma Devi to be humble.


The song Bangaru Kodi Petta, picturised on Chiranjeevi and Disco Shanti, was a big hit.

It grossed a record Rs. 45,75,358 from Sandhya 70mm, Hyderabad, where the film had a 183-day run.

The 100-day celebrations of the film were held at Brahmananda Reddy Stadium in Guntur on 26th July, 1992.

The film was later remade in Hindi as Laadla [Anil Kapoor, Sridevi and Raveena Tandon].

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