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Ammoru (1995)
Vani Sree
Ammoru (1995)
Format: Color
Duration: 2 hours 9 minutes
Banner: MS Art Movies
Director: Kodi Rama Krishna
Producer: M Shyam Prasad Reddy
Story: MS Arts Unit
Dialogues: Satyanand
Lyrics: Mallemala
Camera: C Vijaya Kumar
Music: Sri
Cast: Suresh, Soundarya, Ramya Krishna, Baby Sunayana, Rami Reddy, Babu Mohan, Kallu Chidambararam & Y Vijaya
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About the film:

Ammoru is the main box-office success of 1995, especially for its special effects. Bhavani (Soundarya), a lower-cast orphan and devotee of Goddess Ammoru, is responsible for the arrest of the evil Gorakh (Rami Reddy). Gorakh is released from prison, vowing to revenge. Bhavani is married to a doctor (Suresh) who happens to be related to Gorakh. The doctor goes to abroad to study, leaving his wife unprotected. When Gorakh's sister Leelamma (Y Vijaya) tries to kill Bhavani, the Goddess Ammoru (Ramya Krishna) descends to earth and the takes the form of Bhavani's maid servent in order to protect her.

Gorakh finds a way for the servant to be dismissed, kills Bhavani's infant son and tortures her husband, with the help of evil spirit Chenda. Eventually, the Goddess returns, and in a spectacular finale featuring the special effects, kills Gorakh.

Beginning with an idiom resembling the mythological, the film transforms into a domestic family drama while maintaining its allegiance to folk legends about female village deities. The big-budget hit was also known for its music often using folk tunes and established the newcomer Soundarya as a major star. A dubbed version of Tamil, Amman, was also a big hit.


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