Pelli Chesi Choodu

Pelli Chesi Choodu English Try to conduct a marriage is a 1952 Indian bilingual satirical comedy film directed by L. V. Prasad and produced by B. Nagi Reddy and Aluri Chakrapani under their company Vijaya Vauhini Studios. The film was made simultaneously in Telugu and Tamil with the title Kalyanam Panni Paar. It features N. T. Rama Rao, Garikapati Varalakshmi, Yandamuri Joga Rao and Savitri in the lead roles. S. V. Ranga Rao, Dr. Sivarama Krishnayya, Doraswamy and Suryakantham are seen in supporting roles in the Telugu version while C. V. V. Panthulu replaced Krishnayya in the Tamil version.

Rathamma lives in a village with her sons Raja and Kundu, and her daughter Ammadu. Raja is a teacher and a theatre enthusiast. Along with Kundu and a group of fellow actors, Raja performs plays in a local theatre during his free time. Rajas maternal uncle Govindayya, a pleader, wants him to marry his daughter Chitti, who is in a relationship with a bodybuilder named Bheemudu. Raja rejects the proposal and Govindayya offers to find a suitable bridegroom for Ammadu if Raja marries Chitti. Raja rejects the proposal and with Kundu he sets out to find a suitable bridegroom for Ammadu.In a distant village, Raja and Kundu meet Dhoopati Viyyanna, a zamindar aristocrat and the president of the panchayat. Viyyanna is a complex character of declining fortunes and generous spirit who believes in respecting his guests. Raju and Viyyannas daughter Savitri fall in love and their wedding is quickly arranged. Viyyanna also finds a bridegroom named Venkata Ramana, a pleader living in Madras now Chennai, for Ammadu. Ramanas father, Venkatapathy, demands a large dowry, which Viyyanna promises to pay. ........

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