Pedababu is a 2004 Indian Telugu-language action drama film, produced by M.L. Kumar Chowdary on Sri Keerthi Creations banner and directed by Paruchuri Murali. Starring Jagapathi Babu, Kalyani and music composed by Chakri.[1] Sunil received Filmfare Award for Best Comedian – Telugu for this film.[2] This movie is a remake of Pasumpon.

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Directed byParuchuri Murali
Written byRamesh-Gopi (dialogues)
Screenplay byParuchuri Murali
Story bySeeman
Produced byM. L. Kumar Chowdary
StarringJagapathi Babu
CinematographyS.K.A. Bhupathi
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Music byChakri
Sri Keerthi Creations
Release date
  • 30 April 2004 (2004-04-30)
Running time
145 minutes


The film begins at a where Pedababu is an arbiter who is esteemed as a deity. However, he lives in solitude far off from his mother Parvati. Do not agree to talk with her as she has performed a re-marriage with Gangadharam but be polite towards them. The couple has 2 sons and a daughter Geeta. Once, a venomous Rudraraju belonging to an adjacent village tries to molest a girl when inflamed Pedababu chops his hand. So, he mingles with his sly brother-in-law Kanakaraju and is vindictive toward Pedababu. They avail of the half-sibling begrudge on his prosperity and make a point of affronting him. Besides, Neelavani cousin of Pedababu strongly adores him and he also quietly dear her. Meanwhile, Geeta loves Bhaskar the grandson of Pedababu’s scribe Raghavaiah whom he gives utmost respect to. Kanakaraju divulges it to her brothers and they clout Bhaskar when Pedababu comes to get word to unite the pair. At that point, the step-brothers ask who is he to do when Parvati asserts him as her elder son which he refuses and she collapses.

As a result, everyone accuses Pedababu of his deed. Then, he is overwhelmed with grief and moves rearward. 25 years ago, Sivaramaiah his grandfather a rectitude and forefront hold the same reverence as Pedababu. He knitted Parvati with a wise guy and they are blessed with Pedababu. Soon after, Pedababu’s father passes away which distraught’s Sivaramaiah and his health deteriorates. Gangadharam is his unimpeachable servant whom he requests to nuptial his daughter and forcibly makes Parvati agree. Next, Sivaramaiah array the horoscopes to an omnipotent saint who states that Pedababu ignites the death of his parents. Plus, the concrete outlet for it is to detach the mother and the kid. Overhearing it, Pedababu ascertains his mother's safety as vital and residing apart from her.

Concurrently, Chandu son of an amoral MP aspires to possess Geeta. Accordingly, they move with offers of espousal through Kanakaraju and rapacious brothers take the plea. Here, Pedababu warns the MP and vows to unite the two birds by wiping off anyone who stands in the way. Hence, he wiles to slaughter Pedababu at the temple, given that he stands still until prayer ends when nature shields him from the evils. Thus, MP & his men hustle back viewing the furious form of Pedababu. Being cognizant of it, Rudraraju violently attempts to wedlock Geeta, backstabbing her brothers and smacking the parents. Spotting it, Pedababu flares up, protects his family, and ceases the black guards. Therein, the brothers reform and seek to pardon Pedababu. Now Parvati pleads with him to endorse her as his mother but he still keeps silent. Due to that crash, Parvati becomes terminally ill. At last, Pedababu bows his head before God reaches and calls Parvati as a mother which makes her recoup. Finally, the movie ends on a happy note with the reunion of the family.



Film score by
LabelSOHAN Audio
Chakri chronology

Music composed by Chakri. Music released on SOHAN Audio Company.

1."Oka Vekuva"JaladiS. P. Balasubrahmanyam5:12
2."Bava Bava"JaladiRavi Varma, Sunitha Balaji4:24
3."Navvavayya Babu"Bhaskarabhatla RavikumarChakri, Kousalya4:43
4."Naalo Nuvvundali"Bhaskarabhatla RavikumarS. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Kousalya4:18
5."Oka Devudu"JaladiS. P. Balasubrahmanyam0:52
6."Palluna Virigindiro"JaladiSandeep Bhaumik, Kousalya4:16
Total length:23:59



Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Filmfare Awards Filmfare Award for Best Comedian – Telugu Sunil Won


  1. ^ "Movie review – Pedababu". Archived from the original on 13 May 2018. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
  2. ^ "Filmfare Awards 2005". 23 July 2005. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
  3. ^ "Pedababu". Retrieved 17 February 2013.

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