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Seema Simham (English: Lion from territory) is a 2002 Telugu action film produced by J. Bhagawan & D. V. V. Danayya under the Sri Balaji Art Creations banner and directed by G. Ram Prasad. It stars Nandamuri Balakrishna, Simran, Reema Sen in the lead roles and music composed by Mani Sharma. The film met with mixed reviews from critics and was recorded as Average at the box office.[1][2][3]

Seema Simham
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Directed byG. Ram Prasad
Produced byD. V. V. Danayya
J. Bhagawan
Written byParuchuri Brothers (dialogues)
Screenplay byParuchuri Brothers
Story byChinni Krishna
StarringNandamuri Balakrishna
Simran
Reema Sen
Music byMani Sharma
CinematographyV. S. R. Swamy
Edited byKotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Production
company
Sri Balaji Art Creations
Release date
  • 11 January 2002 (2002-01-11)
Running time
155 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

Contents

PlotEdit

The movie starts with a fight in which Durga Prasad (Nandamuri Balakrishna) bashes up police for occupying a poor woman's house. Dhanunjaya Rao (Raghuvaran) comes to know of Durga's heroism and tells him his flashback. Dhanunjaya Rao and Chandra Sekhar (Charan Raj) are best friends. They each have a child. Dhanunjaya Rao is a business magnate, whereas Chandra Sekhar is a police officer. Chandra Sekhar arrests a dreaded goon, and the goon's supporters kidnap Dhanunjaya Rao's son, hold him hostage, and want to exchange him for the goon's release. If Chandra Sekhar does not release the goon, he would be getting a promotion and prize money worth 5 lakhs from the government. At the last spurring moment, Chandra Sekhar becomes selfish, which results in Dhanunjaya Rao's son's death. Due to this incident, Chandra Sekhar becomes an enemy of Dhanunjaya Rao. Dhanunjaya Rao's wife gets paralyzed. Dhanunjaya Rao's aim is to kill Chandra Sekhar's son.

Dhanunjaya Rao asks for Durga's help in killing Chandra Sekhar's son. Durga accepts to be the contract killer. In the process, Durga cures Dhanunjaya Rao's wife's paralysis by killing Chandra Sekhar's son named Simbhu Prasad (Sai Kumar). Charulatha (Reema Sen), Dhanunjaya Rao's niece, falls in love with Durga. Dhanunjaya Rao is impressed with Durga as he got rid of Simbhu and cured his wife's paralysis. He wants to adopt Durga as his son and marry off Charulatha to him, but it is revealed that Durga is a big enemy of Charulatha's parents back in their Nizam area.

Then there is a remote village in Telangana, which is dominated by the family of an MP named Kaaleswara Rao (P. Vasu). There are no doors for houses in that village. This arrangement is done because the sons and goons of Kaleeswara Rao can run into any home and take hostages. Durga is a hardworking and heroic IPS officer who is sent on a special duty to get hold of the goons and set the village right. Hema (Simran) falls in love with Durga after observing his daring personality. Durga's father is Visweswara Rao (K. Viswanath). Hema proposes to Durga's parents, and all the elders accept the match. In a particular fight, Durga's hand gets paralyzed. Hema's parents cancel the alliance with Durga. Hema defies her parents, enters Durga's house, and stays there by serving him and making him a healthy man. At the time of Durga and Hema's marriage, the villains reveal that Durga is not the real son of his parents.

Cut to the present. Durga came to this city to look for his real parents. It's revealed that Durga's younger brother is Simha Prasad, who faked his death. Basically, Durga's real father is Chandra Shekar. Viswesara Rao only has one son, who is actually Simha Prasad. Durga and Simha were only trying to cure Dhanunjaya Rao's wife's paralysis. Durga plans to sacrifice himself to Dhanunjaya Rao, but Dhanunjaya Rao's wife convinces Dhanunjaya Rao not to do it.

CastEdit

CrewEdit

SoundtrackEdit

Seema Simham
Film score by
Released2002
GenreSoundtrack
Length29:54
LabelAditya Music
ProducerMani Sharma
Mani Sharma chronology
Subbu
(2001)
Seema Simham
(2002)
Takkari Donga
(2002)

Music composed by Mani Sharma. Music released on Aditya Music Company.

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Manchitanam Intiperu"ChandraboseShankar Mahadevan5:05
2."Rendu Jalla Pappa"BhuvanachandraShankar Mahadevan, Chitra4:09
3."Koka Raika"Sirivennela Sitarama SastrySP Balu, Kavita Krishnamurthy5:23
4."Chandamaama"Sirivennela Sitarama SastryHariharan, Sujatha4:56
5."Pori Husharu"SrinivasMano, Radhika4:52
6."Avvaa Buvvaa"SrinivasUdit Narayan, Swarnalatha5:29
Total length:29:54

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Heading". IMDb.
  2. ^ "Heading-2". chithr.com.
  3. ^ "Heading-3". gomolo.