Tirugubatu

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Tirugubatu
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Dasari Narayana Rao
Written byDasari Narayana Rao
Produced byVadde Sobhanadri
Vadde Ramesh
Starring Krishnam Raju
Jayasudha
Mohan Babu
Vijayashanti
Music by J. V. Raghavulu
Production
company
Vijaya Madhavi Arts
Release date
  • 9 May 1985 (1985-05-09)
[1]
Country India
Language Telugu

Tirugubatu (transl.Revolt) is a 1985 Indian Telugu language drama film directed by Dasari Narayana Rao. The film was produced by Vadde Sobhanadri and Vadde Ramesh under Vijaya Madhavi Arts banner. The film stars Krishnam Raju, Jayasudha, Mohan Babu and Vijayashanti in the lead roles. The music was composed by J. V. Raghavulu.

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  1. "Tirugubatu (1985)".