Trimurtulu

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Trimurtulu
Trimurtulu poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byK. Murali Mohan Rao
Produced by T. Subbarami Reddy
Based on Naseeb (1981)
Starring Venkatesh
Arjun
Rajendra Prasad
Shobana
Kushboo
Aswini
Music by Bappi Lahiri
Production
company
Maheswari Parameswari Productions
Release date
  • 29 May 1987 (1987-05-29)
Running time
145 mins
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

Trimurtulu is a 1987 Telugu-language action film, produced by T. Subbarami Reddy under Maheswari Parameswari Productions and directed by K. Murali Mohan Rao. It stars Venkatesh, Arjun, Rajendra Prasad, Shobana, Kushboo, Aswini and music composed by Bappi Lahiri. [1] [2] [3] [4] It is a remake of the Hindi film Naseeb (1981). The film was recorded as Average at the box office. [5]

Contents

Plot

The film begins with four friends – Ram Murthy (Satyanarayana) a hotel server, Damodaram (Rao Gopal Rao) a photographer, Kotaiah (Nutan Prasad) chariot rider and Bhadrayah (Bhimeswara Rao), a bandmaster buying a lottery ticket from a drunkard (Allu Ramalingaiah). The ticket turns out to be a winner when Damodaram & Kotaiah ploys by slaughtering Bhadrayah and indicting Ram Murthy and even tries to stamp out him too. As a result, his two children, Raja & Sandeep are lifted alone when their aunt Mary (Sumitra) rears them along with her daughter Julie. Years roll by, Damodaram & Kotaiah turns as multi-millionaires with lottery amount and contract a fabulous hotel. Accompanying, Raja (Venkatesh) as a waiter and Damodaram sends his son Siva (Arjun) to abroad for schooling. Here Raja & Siva are bosom friends from childhood and coincidentally, they love the same girl Latha (Shobana), Bhadrayah's daughter. Eventually, Julie (Kushboo) falls for Siva. Meanwhile, Siva returns as an alcoholic & ailing due to Latha's refusal. Discovering it, Raja sacrifices his love by developing hatred towards him. Simultaneously, Sandeep (Rajendra Prasad) is the beau of Rani (Aswini), Latha's younger sister. Learning it, their mother Malathi (Anitha) rejects the match, perceiving him as Ram Murthy's son.

Right now, as a flabbergast, Ram Murthy is alive in Hong Kong, rescued by a person Don (Anupam Kher) a gangster. Presently, the wheel of fortune makes Damodaram & Kotaiah as Don's partners who misled him in a deal. So, Don sends Ram Murthy in his place to take avenge. However, Kotaiah identifies him and wants to eliminate both Ram Murthy & Damodaram too. At that juncture, Siva finds out Raja's sacrifice, so he returns his love back and decides to marry Julie. Thereupon, Kotaiah's son Ashok (Sudhakar) attacks Damodaram but he escapes. In that combat, Ram Murthy kidnaps Siva & Ashok and Raja chases them, where he recognizes him as his father when Siva also joins them. Besides, enraged Damodaram brings out the proof of photograph while Kotaiah slaying out Bhadrayah. Being aware of it, Kotaiah kills Damodaram, fortunately, by the time, Sandeep arrives, and before dying, Damodaram hands over it to him. Currently, Kotaiah mortgages with Ram Murthy for Ashok instead of Sandeep. During that time, all at once, Don strikes on them, seizes the proof. At last, the trio ceases the baddies and saves Ram Murthy. Finally, the movie ends on a happy note with the marriage of the trio with their fiancées, and again, the same drunkard visits their new hotel to sell a lottery ticket.

Cast

Special appearances

Soundtrack

Trimurthulu
Film score by
Released1987
Genre Soundtrack
Length30:19
Label Lahari Music
Producer Bappi Lahiri
Bappi Lahiri chronology
Tene Manasulu
(1987)
Trimurthulu
(1987)
State Rowdy
(1989)

Music composed by Bappi Lahiri. Music released Lahari Music Company.

S. No.Song TitleSingersLyricslength
1"Oke Maata Oke Baata" SP Balu Veturi Sundararama Murthy 5:28
2"Ayyayyo Ayyayyayyo"SP Balu, P. Susheela Veturi Sundararama Murthy4:48
3"Mangchaav Mangchaav"SP Balu, S. Janaki Veturi Sundararama Murthy4:07
4"SeethaaKaalam"SP Balu, P. SusheelaVeturi Sundararama Murthy3:45
5"Ee Jeevitham"SP Balu, Mano, P. Susheela Acharya Atreya 5:11
6"Bye Bye Bye"SP Balu, Mano, S. Janaki, P. Susheela, S. P. Sailaja Veturi Sundararama Murthy7:00

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