Akka Chellelu

Akka Chellelu

Poster of Akka Chellelu film
Directed by Akkineni Sanjeevi
Produced by V. Krishna Prasad
V. B. Rajendra Prasad
Written by Aathreya (Dialogues )
Starring Akkineni Nageswara Rao
Sowcar Janaki
Vijaya Nirmala
Santha Kumari
Music by K. V. Mahadevan
Cinematography S. Venkataratnam
Edited by T. V. Balu
Distributed by Lakshmi Films
Release dates
  • 1970 (1970)
Country India
Language Telugu

Akka Chellelu (Telugu: అక్కా చెల్లెలు) is a 1970 Telugu drama film produced by V. Krishna Prasad of Jagapathi Films and directed by A. Sanjeevi.[1]

The story is about the Family relationship between two sisters, Akka (Sowcar Janaki) and Chellelu (Vijaya Nirmala), with mystery as background. There are some melodious songs particularly Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda rendered by K. V. Mahadevan.

The Plot

Vijaya (Vijaya Nirmala) and Krishna (Krishna) are colleagues in Law college and in love. The life-time ambition of Janaki (Sowcar Janaki), elder sister of Vijaya, is to study Law and serve the Truth. She achieves her desire facing lot many problems and compromising the health. Vijaya successfully completed the Law degree. While Vijaya with Krishna went for an outing to the city outskirts, she saw at a distance someone murdering a lady. Dharmayya (Gummadi) is their well wisher. She felt very happy to know that a respectable Judge Ramachandra Rao (Akkineni Nageswara Rao) wanted to marry her sister. She is surprised to know that the same person was the one who killed a lady earlier. In spite of her attempts to stop the marriage and on the request of her sister, the marriage went on peacefully. As a lawyer, Vijaya took up the case and has to face lot of mental pressure between her lover, sister and Judge. How she solves the case is rest of the story.



There are 7 songs in the film.[2]

  1. "Chakachakalade Paduchundi" (Lyrics: Arudra; Singer: P. Susheela)
  2. "Chitapata Chinukulato Kurisindi Vaana" (Lyrics: Aathreya; Singers: Ghantasala and P. Susheela)
  3. "Idi Matiki Manasuku Poratam Talli" (Lyrics: Aathreya; Singer: Ghantasala)
  4. "O Pilla Phataphataladistaa" (Lyrics: Kosaraju Raghavaiah; Singers: Ghantasala and P. Susheela)
  5. "Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda" (Lyrics: Aathreya; Singer: P. Susheela)
  6. "Santosham Chesukundam Nato Untava" (Lyrics: Arudra; Singer: P. Susheela)
  7. "Srimati Emanna Srivaru Tandanatana" (Lyrics: Aathreya; Singers: Ghantasala and P. Susheela)


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