Chinnari Muddula Papa

Chinnari Muddula Papa (transl. Cute Lovely Baby) is a 1990 Indian Telugu-language drama film produced by Vadde Ramesh under the Nallini Cini Creations banner and directed by Vaasi Reddy. It stars Jagapathi Babu, Kaveri and music composed by S. P. Kodandapani Eeswar. The film is based on the Malayalam film Thoovalsparsham, which was inspired by the 1987 American film Three Men and a Baby, which itself was based on the 1985 French movie Three Men and a Cradle and later on remade in Tamil twice - as Thayamma and as Asathal and in Hindi as Heyy Babyy (2007).[1]

Chinnari Muddula Papa
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Movie Poster
Directed byVaasi Reddy
Produced byVadde Ramesh
Written byYadavalli (dialogues)
Screenplay byVadde Ramesh &
Vaasi Reddy
Story byVadde Ramesh &
Vaasi Reddy
Based onThree Men and a Cradle (1985)
StarringJagapathi Babu
Music byS. P. Kodandapani Eeswar
CinematographyA. Mohan
Edited byG. G. Krishna Rao
Nallini Cini Creations
Release date
  • 22 November 1990 (1990-11-22)
Running time
124 minutes


Anand (Jagapathi Babu), Sudhakar (Sudhakar) and Siva (Sivaji Raja) are three single guys who share an apartment. They are fun-loving young guys who just want to chase tail. They never take up any responsibilities and they like it. One day a baby, Maya (Baby Sowjanya) is found right outside their door. They do not know who left the infant there or why. At first, they try to get rid of the baby, but their conscience takes over and slowly with time, they start to care for the baby. How this little baby changes the lives of these three unassuming men forms the crux of the story.



Chinnari Muddula Papa
Film score by
LabelAVM Audio
ProducerS. P. Kodandapani Eeswar

Music composed by S. P. Kodandapani Eeswar. Music released on AVM Audio Company.

S. No. Song Title Singers lyrics length
1 "Veeche Gaali" SP Balu Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry 4:14
2 "Mattugundi Gammattugundi" SP Balu, Chitra Veturi Sundararama Murthy 4:22
3 "Idi Ramba Taalam" SP Balu, Chitra Jonnavithhula Ramalingeswara Rao 4:20


  1. ^ "Heading". Nth Wall. Archived from the original on 10 February 2015. Retrieved 10 February 2015.

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