Akka Mogudu

Akka Mogudu (Telugu: అక్క మొగుడు) is an Indian Telugu language soap opera directed by Venkata koti Degala and written by Kommanapalli Ganapathi Rao premiered on 28 May 2018 airing on Gemini TV every Monday to Saturday at 6:30PM IST.[1] The serial stars Preethi Srinivas[2] and Vasudeva Rao[3] as main protagonists and Vandana Gollu, Kavya Gowda in pivotal roles.

Akka Mogudu
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GenreDrama
Romance
Family
Written byKommanapalli Ganapathi Rao
Screenplay byRamya pradeep
Directed byVenkatakoti Degala
StarringPreethi Srinivas
Vandana Gollu
Vasudeva Rao
Kavya Gowda
Country of originIndia
Original languageTelugu
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes692 (as of 27 February 2021)
Production
ProducersBikshamayya Sangam
Venkatakoti Degala
CinematographyChandrasekhar Narnikollu
M Madhu kiran
EditorsSivaprasad Rachuri
Khasim Shaik (Munna)
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20-22 minutes
Production companyBS Productions
Release
Original networkGemini TV
Picture format576i SD
1080i HD
Original release28 May 2018 - present
Chronology
Preceded byJai Jai Vinayaka (7:30PM)
Mahakaali (6:30PM)
Followed byChandrakumari

Series overviewEdit

Season No. of episodes Originally broadcast (India)
Series premiere Series finale
1 532 28 May 2018 (2018-05-28) 10 August 2020 (2020-08-10)
2 --- 11 August 2020 (2020-08-11) Yet to announce ()

PlotEdit

The story follows two twins Ramya and Sowmya who are poles apart in their personality and ideals. Things take a turn when Amar enters their lives. How these two sisters overcome turbulences in their lives shapes the rest of the story. The team states the title was selected on basis of the plot. The title was chosen as it is apt for the story of twin sisters and their marital lives.

CastEdit

Season 2Edit

  • Aishwarya Gowda (533 - 564)/Preethi Srinivas (564 - present) as Meghana
  • Vasudeva rao as Jai
  • Vandana Gollu as Chaitra (Ramya and Amar's daughter)
  • Sowjanya as Gurramkonda Devamma (Ramya's daughter)
  • Kavya Gowda as Sowmya
  • Meka Ramakrishna as Raghuram, Chaitra's grandfather
  • Nalini Bandi as seethamma (chaitra's grandmother)
  • Sandhya Peddada as Santhamma (Jai's mother)
  • Swaroopa as Meghana's mother
  • Sudheer as Bhairava (Devamma's brother)
  • Kondama Raju as Basava (Devamma's brother)
  • Anil as Sanketh (Sowmya's Assistant)

Season 1Edit

  • Aishwarya Gowda as Ramya
  • Kavya Gowda as Sowmya, after face surgery
  • Vasudeva Rao as Amar (Ramya's Husband)
  • Shyam Gopal as Sandeep (Ramya's best friend)
  • Saakshi Siva as Raghuram, Amar's father
  • Aamani as Janani, Family court counsellor
  • Janaki Verma as Seethamma (Ramya and soumya's mother)
  • Sobha Rani as Rajeswari (Sandeep's mother)
  • Sindhuja as Dr. Madhulatha (Sandeep's wife)
  • Aabid Bhushan as Raj kumar
  • Veerababu as Bantu (Rajkumar's assistant)
  • Malladi Shivannarayana as Amar's Grand father
  • Mounika as Shailu
  • Jaya harika as Nisha

Former CastEdit

  • Aishwarya Gowda as Sowmya, before face surgery (dual role)

Airing historyEdit

The serial started airing on Gemini TV on 28 May 2018. It aired on Monday to Friday 7:30PM IST. Later, a serial named Chandrakumari replaced this show at 7:30PM and pushed this serial to 6:30PM IST from 24 December 2018.

Dubbed versionEdit

The series has been dubbed into Tamil as Bhama Rukmani aired on Sun TV at 11 AM IST ended with 159 episodes.[4]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Role Result
2019 Padmamohana Awards 2019[5] Best Director Venkatakoti Degala ----- Won

Crossover EpisodesEdit

  • On 22 March 2019 in episode 215, Akka Mogudu has a crossover with Prathighatana
  • From 18 December 2019 - 19 December 2019 in episodes 421,422 Roja had a crossover with Akka Mogudu.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Akka Mogudu Serial in Gemini TV, Cast and Crew". Telugunestam.com. Retrieved 21 December 2019.
  2. ^ "Telugu Tv Actress Preethi Srinivas Biography, News, Photos, Videos". nettv4u. Retrieved 25 September 2020.
  3. ^ Kumar, Hemanth (16 October 2014). "I want people to talk about my acting : Vasudev Rao". The Times of India. Retrieved 11 November 2019.
  4. ^ "Bhama Rukmani Tamil Serial: Today Episode, Cast & Crew, Videos, Promo, TV Timings". FilmiBeat. Retrieved 19 June 2019.
  5. ^ "Padmamohana Arts". Retrieved 31 January 2021.