Naa Illu

Naa Illu
నా ఇల్లు
என் வீடு
Directed by Chittor V. Nagaiah
Produced by Chittor V. Nagaiah
Written by Devulapalli Krishnasastri
Starring Chittor V. Nagaiah
B. Jayamma
T. R. Rajakumari
Mudigonda Lingamurthy
Music by Chittor V. Nagaiah
Cinematography M. A. Rehman
Release dates
Country India
Language Telugu

Naa Illu (Telugu: నా ఇల్లు; English title: My Home) is a 1953 Telugu film produced and directed by Chittor V. Nagaiah.[1] The story is written by Devulapalli Krishnasastri. It was simultaneously made in Tamil as En Veedu (Tamil: என் வீடு) with the same cast and crew.

The film had two dance sequences and full-length Hindi songs sung by Meena Kapoor.


The story is based on innocent people cheated by rich people. This film is about an ideal man Sivaram (Nagaiah), who lives happily with his wife (Raja Kumari) and two children. They like music very much and want to make their children musicians and singers. He is a responsible bank employee by profession. He goes to Bombay for financial transaction and gets money. He is trapped by Dhanaraj (Lingamurthy) and got into the attraction of beautiful Leela (Vidhyavathi). He loses the bank money and gets into jail. By the time he returns, the family conditions are poor. He is even prepared to do some dirty jobs for the sake of his family. His children gets encouragement from Balananda Sangham and shines. He gets out of his problems and joins the family.





En Veedu

Tamil version of Naa Illu film is En Veedu.[2] Tamil writer Sandilyan wrote the dialogues.


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