Money Money (film)

Money Money is a 1994 Telugu-language comedy film, produced by Ram Gopal Varma under the Varma creations banner and directed by Siva Nageswara Rao. It stars J. D. Chakravarthy, Chinna, Jayasudha, Renuka Shahane, Surabhi, Paresh Rawal, Bramhanandam in the lead roles. Jagapathi Babu and Urmila Matondkar have given cameo appearances, in continuation of characters from the movie Gaayam and music composed by Sri. The film is the sequel to the 1993 Telugu film Money. A sequel to the film Money Money, More Money was released in 2011. The film was a Hit at the box office.

Money Money
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Directed bySiva Nageswara Rao
Produced byRam Gopal Varma
Written byUttej (dialogues)
Screenplay bySiva Nageswara Rao
Story bySiva Nageswara Rao
StarringJ. D. Chakravarthy
Renuka Shahane
Paresh Rawal
Music bySri
Edited byShankar
Varma Creations
Release date
  • 1994┬á(1994)
Running time
152 minutes



Money Money
Film score by
LabelVMG Cassettes

Music composed by Sri. Lyrics written by Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry. Music released on VMG Cassettes Audio Company.

1."Aarukotla Andhrulu"SP Balu4:21
2."Em Kompa"Mano3:26
3."What A Pity"J. D. Chakravarthy, Ram Chakravarthy, Chitra4:21
4."Left & Right"Ram Chakravarthy, Radhika3:57
5."Ooru Vaada"Ram Chakravarthy, Chitra, Radhika, Swarnalatha4:46
Total length:20:51


Krishna Vamsi ghost-directed this film and he preferred his name uncredited. Ramuji wanted to make a sequel to Money, as no sequel had happened in India. And he wanted Vamsi to direct Money Money. Vamsi expressed his reservations that he did not want to launch himself with this kind of film. Then Ramu told him that he had to direct it. So Vamsi kept a condition that Vamsi's name must not be there in the titles (ghost direction). He assured him that if he saw the finished product, he himself would ask for the credit. Then Money Money was started under Vamsi's direction. He tried all types of techniques and experimented with it. In that film he shot one song with just four shots (Kota song "Em Kompa Munagadoi") and another one with 357 shots (Chakri and Surabhi duet "Left and Right Endukanta" at Golkonda Fort). The Kota song took 6 hours to shoot and the Chakri duet took 6 days. Ramuji scolded Vamsi about his inconsistency. Ramuji gave him a choice to change his mind about the director's name. After Vamsi's refusal, Ramuji requested Siva Nageswara Rao to lend his name and it was released. Vamsi detached himself from the film.[1]



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