Ghantasala / P. Leela / Swarnalatha - Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu mp3 downloadPerformer: Ghantasala / P. Leela / Swarnalatha
Title: Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu
Released: June 1, 2004
Size MP3 version: 1246 mb
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Ghantasala / P. Leela / Swarnalatha - Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu mp3 download
Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu.
11. Moogavaina Nemile.
Watch the devotional song,"Kasiki Poyanu Ramahari" sung by Ghantasala and Swarnalatha from the film Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu.
Popular Songs: 1. Appu chesi pappu koodu 2. Echati nundi veecheno ee challani gaali 3. Kaaseeki poyaanu raamaahari 4. Moogavaina emile nagumome chalule 5. Sundaraangulanu choosina velala 6. Oh panchavannela chilaka.
Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu is a 1958 Telugu film directed by L. V. Prasad. This message is presented as a comedy melodrama. Raghu is married to Leela (Jamuna), who is pretending to be a maid-servant and works in Raghu's home. Manjari is in love with Raja (NT Rama Rao), Leela's brother, who reciprocates and is jailed for being a revolutionary and a part of the independence struggle. Raja's released from jail, and to set the affairs straight and teach Ramadasu a lesson, he pretends to be Bonkulamarri Raja, a big-time Zamindar and stays in Mukunda Rao's home, who now wants Raja to marry Manjari.
Leela P. playback singer. Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao.
Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu (transl. The film was produced by B. Nagi Reddy and Aluri Chakrapani of Vijaya Vauhini Studios; the latter co-wrote its script with Prasad and Vempati Sadasivabrahmam. It is the Telugu version of Prasad's Tamil film Kadan Vaangi Kalyaanam (1958)
Starring: Savitri Kommareddy, Taraka Rama Rao Nandamuri. Prasad’s comedy stages the victory of a nationalist-modern alliance over decadent feudalism, with all the popular ingredients of comic social melodrama.
Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu. Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu. Theatrical-release poster. Film historian Randor Guy opines that Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu was a Telugu remake of Prasad's Tamil film Kadan Vaangi Kalyaanam (1958). Others such as Ashish Rajadhyaksha and Paul Willemen (authors of Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema), film scholar Swarnavel Eswaran Pillai, and M. L. Narasimhan of The Hindu believe that they were filmed simultaneously with different casts.
Singer and music director Ghantasala (with whom Leela has sung the most songs) introduced Leela in Manadesam. She sang all the songs for the heroine in the film Gunasundari Katha. Songs of the film including Kalakala Aa Lokilemo, Challani, Doravele, Chandamama, Sree tulasi Jaya tulasi, Ammaa mahalaxmi dayas and Eyavamma became hits. Her songs in films like Patala Bhairavi, Missamma, Pelli Chesi Choodu, Appu Chesi Pappu Koodu, Gundamma Katha are the greatest melodies and remembered even today after many decades. Vijaya productions' first movie, Shavukaru, did not fare well at the box office. When Guruvayoor Dewaswom decided to bring out the album Narayaniyam, names of several musicians like MS, MLV were considered and finally the Dewaswom approved Leela to sing Narayaniyam.
|1||Oh Maradhala||Ghantasala / P. Leela / Swarnalatha||2:52|
|2||Yechati Veecheno||Ghantasala / P. Leela / Swarnalatha||2:37|
|3||Sundarangulanu||Ghantasala / P. Leela / Swarnalatha||3:34|
|4||Anandam Paramanandam||Ghantasala / P. Leela / Swarnalatha||2:24|
CreditsGhantasala - Primary Artist
P. Leela - Primary Artist
Swarnalatha - Primary Artist