Vachina Kodalu Nachindi

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Vachina Kodalu Nachindi
Vachina Kodalu Nachindi.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byD. Yoganand
Written byAcharya Aatreya
(story / dialogues)
Screenplay byD. Yoganand
Produced byPonnaluri Vasanth Kumar Reddy
StarringN. T. Rama Rao
CinematographyK. S. Prasad
Edited byG. D. Joshi
Music bySusarla Dakshinamurthi
Sudhakar Films[1]
Release date
  • 21 October 1959 (1959-10-21)
Running time
140 mins

Vachina Kodalu Nachindi (transl. I Liked the Daughter-in-law Who Came) is a 1959 Telugu-language drama film, produced by Ponnaluri Vasanth Kumar Reddy under the Sudhakar Films banner and directed by D. Yoganand.[2] It stars N. T. Rama Rao? Jamuna and music composed by Susarla Dakshinamurthi.[3]


Chandra (Jamuna) is a club dancer who earns her livelihood by entertaining the public, but her earning is not sufficient for her father Jogulu's (C.S.R) drinking and they stay along with a goon Raju (Rajanala). Once there is a police ride in the club even though one constable Ravi (N. T. Rama Rao) notices Chandra leaves her by giving caution not to lead such a life. Chandra realizes her mistake and develops respect towards the police. From that day she does not listen to Jogulu's wish of earning when Chandra comes to know that Jogulu is not her father. Raju plans to molest her. But Gopi a young lad gives support to Chandra and saves her from Jogulu and Raju. Gopi and Chandra decide to earn by performing dances in the street. Chandra meets Ravi in one of the performances, gets attracted and they love each other. Raju and Jogulu are annoyed about this and inform CID Venkat Swamy (Relangi). Venkat Swamy cautions Ravi's mother Jayamma (Kannamba) about this and advises her to perform Ravi's marriage. Meanwhile, Ravi suspects Chandra by the plan played by Jogulu and Raju and they get separated. But to rescue Ravi from Raju, Chandra goes to his village. When Ravi reaches home, his mother inquires and he says that he will marry only Chandra. Then she says to bring her and she takes approval from the mother goddess. Knowing this, Chandra feels very happy, but she disappears and Ravi becomes mad. Jayamma prays to Venkat Swamy to get her back. Meanwhile, Jogulu was killed, Gopi is not traceable, Police arrest Chandra, and she agrees that she had killed Jogulu. The rest of the story is about why Chandra disappeared, what happens to Gopi, how did Venkat Swamy be successful and whether Chandra's life turns into a comedy or tragedy.



Vachina Kodalu Nachindi
Film score by
ProducerSusarla Dakshinamurthi

Music composed by Susarla Dakshinamurthi. Music released on Audio Company.

S. No. Song Title Lyrics Singers length
1 "Em Kavali Manishiki" Athreya Jikki 01:29
2 "Pahimam.... Jaya Jaya Janani" M. L. Vasanthakumari 03:44
3 "Andham Chindhe Aatagatthenura" Atreya Jikki 03:45
4 "Ayyalu Ammalu.... Suno Chinnababu" J. V. Raghavulu, S. Janaki & P. S. Vaideghi 03:42
5 "Prema Tamasha Vintene Kulasha" Atreya Ghantasala & Jikki 03:46
6 "Telisindhanaa Telisindhi" Atreya 02:40
7 "Valapulu Chilike Kaluvala Dhorake" Atreya Jikki 02:52
8 "Emo Emanukoneno Na Matha" Atreya R. Balasaraswathi Devi 03:19
9 "Sharanamtimamma Karuninchavamma" Atreya M. L. Vasanthakumari, Ghantasala & Jikki 04:09
10 "Pahimam Mamuganna.... Manasaina Tallivani" Atreya M. L. Vasanthakumari 01:22


  1. ^ "Vachina Kodalu Nachindi (Overview)". Indian
  2. ^ "Vachina Kodalu Nachindi (Direction)". Filmiclub.
  3. ^ "Vachina Kodalu Nachindi (Cast & Crew)".
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