Swarabhishekam is a 2004 Telugu drama film written and directed by K. Viswanath. Viswanath also played the lead role, along with Srikanth, Sivaji, Urvashi, and Laya.[1] Music director Vidyasagar won the National Film Award for Best Music Direction. The film has garnered the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu for that year.[2]

Directed byK. Viswanath
Written byK. Viswanath
Produced byH. Gopala Krishna Murthy
K. Viswanath
Tanikella Bharani
Rajyalaxmi Shridahar
CinematographyV. Durga Prasad
Edited byG. Krishna Rao
Music byVidyasagar
Release date
5 November 2004


Srirangam Brothers - Srinivasachari (K Viswanath) and Ranga (Srikanth) - are versatile Carnatic musicians. Srinivasachari is happily married but has no children. Ranga is a widower with two children. Srirangam Brothers are the biggest music directors in the Telugu film industry (Tollywood) and compose music for only traditional and classical genres. Srirangam Brothers always try to help aspiring singers in their music compositions. Surekha (Laya), a TV anchor, falls in love with Ranga and they get married.

After marriage, Surekha, who initially respects her brother-in-law, starts to develop ill feelings towards him and becomes envious that even though her husband Ranga is the main factor for the music duo's success and has equal contribution in Srirangam Brothers music scores, Srinivasachari is the one who gets all the credit.

When Srinivasachari is awarded the Padmasri by the Government of India, Surekha rejects her sister's gifted saree and shows no inclination to come along with her family to attend Srinivasachari's felicitation by the President. Also, Surekha starts to show her hostile and disrespectful behavior towards Srinivasachari.

This situation provokes Srinivasachari who starts behaving unpredictably and lashes out at a film producer about his brother's music compositions (during his music sitting) and also at the media. When Ranga in his office becomes aware of this situation through the film producer, he returns home only to get dispirited to see Ranga's sister-in-law getting slapped by her husband, which leads to a heated argument between the two brothers and the family gets separated.

Surekha slowly understands Srinivasachari's and Ranga's music calibre and realizes that the two brothers can only excel in their music when they stay united. This transformation in Surekha eventually leads to the unity of the family just like Srirangam Brothers' different blends excel when they compose their music together.



The audio soundtrack for Swarabhishekam was composed by Vidyasagar.

No Song Singers Lyricist
1 "Shriman Manohara" K. S. Chithra, Sriram Parthasarathy Veturi Sundaramurty
2 "Kasthuri Thilakam" Sujatha, Shankar Mahadevan
3 "Okka Kshanam" S. P. Sailaja, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
4 "Adhi Needhani" K. S. Chithra, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
5 "Nee Chenthe" K. S. Chithra, Mano Sirivennela Sitaramasastri
6 "Kudi Kannu Adhirene" Sunitha, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam K. Viswanath
7 "Raamaa Vinodhi" K. S. Chithra, Madhu Balakrishnan, Sriram Parthasarathy Samavedam Shanmukha Sarma
8 "Anujudai Lakshmanudu" K. J. Yesudas, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Veturi Sundaramurty
9 "Mangalam" K. S. Chithra Traditional


National Film Awards
Nandi Awards


  1. ^ Swarabhishekam (2004) - IMDb
  2. ^ "52nd National Film Awards" (PDF). Directorate of Film Festivals. Retrieved 28 January 2012.

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