Neramu Siksha

Neramu Siksha (English: Crime and Punishment) is a 1973 Indian Telugu-language drama film written and produced by M. Balaiah with adapted screenplay and direction by K. Viswanath.[1][2][3] The film is an adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment (1866). The film received positive reviews from critics.[4][5][6] The film was remade in Tamil as Needhikku Thalaivanangu and in Hindi as Shikshaa.

Neramu Siksha
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byK. Viswanath
Produced byM. Balaiah
Written bySamudrala
Modukuri Johnson (dialogues)
Screenplay byK. Viswanath
Story byM. Balaiah
Based onCrime and Punishment
by Fyodor Dostoevsky
StarringGhattamaneni Krishna
Bharathi Vishnuvardhan
M. Balaiah
Kaikala Satyanarayana
Kanta Rao
Music bySaluri Rajeswara Rao
Edited byS. P. S. Veerappa
Release date
  • 18 July 1973 (1973-07-18)
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

PlotEdit

Krishna is the son of a rich business couple (Kanta Rao and Pandari Bai). Bharathi is also a daughter of another rich man (Rao Gopal Rao). Krishna has grown up without knowing or facing any problems and gets a new car. While driving in competition with his friend Satyam (Satyanarayana), he accidentally kills Balaiah's brother and blinds Balaiah. Somehow this incident comes to the knowledge of Kanta Rao and he confronts Krishna and throws him out of house. Krishna then ends up as one of the servants at Rao Gopal Rao's home. He also gets to know Balaiah and his family. He realizes the intensity of his mistake and vows to make Balaiah and his family's life better. Balaiah on the other hand, vows to kill the person responsible for his brother's death and his blindness. Knowing about his fate in the hands of Balaiah, Krishna keeps helping them. Finally, Balaiah learns about Krishna and forgives him.

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SoundtrackEdit

  • "Chesina Papam Needi Chitikina Bratukinkokaridi" (Lyrics: Devulapalli Krishnasastri)-
  • "Daagudu Muta Dandakor"-
  • "Emandi Saaru O Batlaru Doragaru"-
  • "One Two One Two"-
  • "Ramuni Bantunura"-
  • "Vesavu Bhale Veshalu" -

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fyodor Dostoyevsky Adaptations". letterboxd.com.
  2. ^ Nadadhur, Srivathsan (23 July 2015). "'True artists don't need fame'" – via www.thehindu.com.
  3. ^ Narasimham, M. l (21 November 2010). "my first break" – via www.thehindu.com.
  4. ^ "Neramu-Siksha Audio Release". Ragalahari. Retrieved 28 April 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ Rajadhyaksha, Ashish; Willemen, Paul (10 July 2014). Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema. Routledge. ISBN 9781135943257 – via Google Books.
  6. ^ Rowan, Terry. Whodoneit! A Film Guide. Lulu.com. ISBN 9781312308060 – via Google Books.