Director: N.B. Narayana, I. Nagabhushana Rao; Producer: N V Krishna Murthy and Bros; Cinematographer: Govind Bhadsavala; Editor: Vithal R. Prabhu; Cast: Musunoori Suryanarayana Bhagavathar, G. Swarajyam, S.V. Krishnamachari, M.A. Subbarao, K. Veerabadra Rao, D.V. Subbarao, P. Venkataratnam, M. Narayana Rao, E. Subramanyam, M. Suryanarayana Murthy, K. Venkatarao, N. Ramanuja Charyulu, N. Thiruvengala Charyulu, J. Ganganna, K. Appalaswamy, J. Venkatarao, V. Satyanarayana, B. Narayana Murthy, C. Venkateswara Rao, K. Venkataratnam, B. Jagannatha Rao, M. Suryanarayana, K. Narasimham, K. Veeraswami, A. Shankar Rao, K. Bhanumurthi, A.V. Sivarao, B. Lakshmikantham, C. Kanthamani, Pushpavalli Thayaramma, S. Ramanimani, R. Bhanumathi, M. Venkatalakshmi, M. Satyavathi, K. Saraseeruham, K. Ramalakshmi
Summary: Made locally in AP by a Rajahmundhry-based producer, this mythological features tales from the Ramayana. The film later acquired curiosity value for its primitive technique: workers from the Godavari canals were recruited to play Rama’s (Kadaru Raju) monkey brigade; a train comes into a shot of Rama, Seeta and Lakshmana during their exile in the forest. Kadaru Raju may be Kadaru Nagabhushanam in his days as a major theatre personality.