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  • Cast , Aamani, Roja
  • BannerSri Priyanka Pictures
  • Editor K Ramgopal Reddy
  • Cinematography Sharat
  • Music S V Krishna Reddy
  • Producer K Venkateshwara Rao
  • Director S V Krishna Reddy
  • Audio release date NA

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Shubha Lagnam story at a glance

Madhu (Jagapati Babu) is a civil engineer in a construction company.  He marries Radha (Aamani). Radha always dreams of leading big and filthy rich life which Madhu cannot afford. Meanwhile Latha (Roja), daughter of Madhu's boss (Subbaraya Sharma) comes from London. She falls in love with Madhu and unaware of Madhu's marriage, she proposes to him. Madhu rejects her proposal. When Latha meets Radha, she offers her one crore rupees in exchange for marriage with Madhu. Radha agrees and she starts forces Madhu for Remarriage with Latha. Madhu accepts with heavy heart as Radha threatens to commit suicide. Slowly things change as Madhu prefers Latha than Radha for any work. This makes Radha get jealous and how she realizes the importance of family and relations forms the story.

  • Trade

    The film came up with a unique point in story-telling. Director SV Krishna Reddy succeeded in proving that nothing is important than family and relations. The movie scored a thumbing hit at box office.
  • Highlights

    • This is first combination of Jagapathi Babu and Aamani.
    • SV Krishna Reddy teamed up with Jagapathi Babu and Aamani for the first time.
    • With this film, hero Jagapathi Babu turned as “Family Hero”.
    • Heroine Soundary charmed in an item song in this film.
    • Yesteryear’s heroine Suhasini and actor Gumadi made special roles in this film.
    • The comedy scenes between Brahmanandam and Srilakshmi were big hit then. “Abba Jabba Jabba” entertained Telugu audience to the core.
  • Sidelights

    • This movie was remade in Tamil as Irattai Roja with Ramki, in Kannada as Ganga Yamuna with Shivrajkumar and also later remade into Hindi as Judaai with Anil Kapoor.

    Filmfare Awards South
    • 1994 - Filmfare Best Director Award (Telugu) - S. V. Krishna Reddy
    • 1994 - Filmfare Best Actress Award (Telugu) - Aamani
     
    Nandi Awards
    • 1994 - Nandi Award for Best Feature Film (Silver)
    • 1994 - Nandi Award for Best Lyricist - Sirivennela Seetarama Sastri - "Chilaka Ee Thoodu Leeka"

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