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banner is known for producing 'golden films'. With the use of excellent
narration skills by the director Kamalakara Kameswara Rao and the
right casting, the producer duo Chakrapani-Nagireddy gave a wholesome
entertainer in the form of 'Gundamma Katha'.
(Suryakantham) has a son, an exploited stepdaughter, for whom she
hopes to get a 'resident' son-in-law who can also look after the
rest of the family. Two brothers Anji (NTR) and Raja (ANR), decide
to teach the old woman a lesson for the harm she once did to their
Kameswara Rao garu is known as 'Pauranika Chitra Brahma'.
With this film, he tried his hand at comedy and passed out with
flying colors. Another major contributor for this film's success
is the dialogue writer DV Narasaraju. He gave fine dialogues like
neellu kalapakapothe .. petrol kaluputhaara?"
mana telivikem .. Divitilaa
"Manishi sukhaniki kavalsindi .. manasulu kaani .. aasthi paastulu
"Aasaku Chaavu ledu!'
donned the role of a rich guy with a strong determination. ANR acted
as another rich man who is addicted to alcohol. Savitri, who acted
in soft roles in the past acted as a strong-willed woman, who is
very hard to convince. Jamuna played a headstrong lady. The scene-stealer
of the film is none but Smt. Suryakantham, who made a mark for herself
with this film. SVR did a short yet nice role of the father of heroes.
film is also a musical masterpiece. Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao
garu has given excellent tunes for 'kolukoloyanna', 'veshamu
maarchenu', 'kanulu moosina neevaye', 'prema yatralaku'.
Lyricist Pingali Nagendra Rao garu coined new words like 'Sakhinera
Choopula', 'Jagamuna Ooty Saayaga'. He also compared
the 'preyasi jada' with 'valapu paasam'.
Chakrapani credited with direction of the Tamil version of Gundamma
Katha as Manithan Maravillai tasted failure unlike the
stupendous success of the original Telugu version. Gundamma Katha
is regarded as the last film of Vijaya's 'Golden Age'.