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Karthika Deepam (1979)

Cast: Sobhan Babu, Sridevi, Sharada, Geetha, Leelavathi, Gummadi, Prabhakara Reddy, Raja Babu, Allu Ramalingaiah, KV Chalam, Suryakantham, Ramaprabha, Mada, Potti Prasad, Subha, Girija, Attili Paapa, Srivani, KV Chalam
Story: M. Prabhakara Reddy
Screen-play: Lakshmi Deepak
Dialogues: Maddipatla Suri
Lyrics: Devulapalli Krishna Sastry, Narala Rama Reddy, C. Narayana Reddy, M. Gopi
Playback: P. Susheela, S. Janaki, SP Balasubrahmanyam
Music: Satyam
Cinematography: J. Satyanarayana
Editing: K. Balu
Art: BN Krishna
Fights: Parama Sivam, Sambasiva Rao
Choreography: Chinni
Presenter: GC Gupta
Producers: G. Radhadevi Gupta, A. Krishnaiah
Director: Lakshmi Deepak
Banner: Kavitha Films
Release Date: 10 May
Box-office: Super hit. The biggest grosser in the year after NTR's top grosser 'Vetagadu'.
Trivia: The film is remade as 'Maang Bharo Sajana (1980) in Hindi directed by Tatineni Rama Rao.
This film was the pioneer of two heroines trend.
The 100 days function celebrated at Kalyana Chakravarthi theatre (Vijayawada) and the chief guest was NTR.
Sobhan got Film Fare award for this film.
Popular Songs:
1. Aaraneekumaa ee deepam kaartheeka deepam (Krishna Sastry)

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