Sudha Chandran Mayuri Movie Download
Sudha Chandran Mayuri Movie
Mayuri is a 1985 Telugu biographical dance film based on the life of Sudha Chandran, a classical dancer who lost her leg in an accident and overcame her disability with a prosthetic limb. The film was directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao and produced by Ramoji Rao. Sudha Chandran played herself in the film, along with P. L. Narayana, Nirmalamma, Y. Vijaya, and others in supporting roles. The film was a critical and commercial success, winning 14 Nandi Awards and a National Film Award for Sudha Chandran. The film was also dubbed into Malayalam and Tamil as Mayoori and remade into Hindi as Naache Mayuri in 1986.
The film depicts the real story of Sudha Chandran, who was a passionate dancer since her childhood. She had a loving father, a caring grandmother, and a stepmother who disliked her. She also had a boyfriend named Mohan, who supported her dreams. One day, while traveling from Trichy to Madras, she met with a road accident that resulted in the amputation of her right leg. She was devastated by the loss of her leg and her dancing career. She went into depression and attempted suicide, but was saved by her father and grandmother.
Sudha Chandran Mayuri Movie Download
She then learned about the Jaipur foot, a prosthetic limb that could enable her to walk and dance again. She decided to get the Jaipur foot and underwent rigorous training to adapt to it. She faced many challenges and difficulties, such as pain, rejection, mockery, and discrimination, but she did not give up. She also had to deal with the jealousy of her stepmother and stepbrother, who tried to sabotage her comeback. With the help of her father, grandmother, Mohan, and her guru, she regained her confidence and courage. She finally performed on stage as Mayuri (meaning peacock), earning applause and admiration from the audience. She also received recognition and awards for her inspiring achievement.
Sudha Chandran as Mayuri Olpam
Veeramachaneni Subhakar as Mohan
P. L. Narayana as Father of Mayuri
Nirmalamma as Grandmother of Mayuri
Y. Vijaya as Stepmother of Mayuri
Chakri Toleti as Stepbrother of Mayuri
Potti Prasad as Cop
K. K. Sharma as Doctor
Suthi Veerabhadra Rao as Subbaraya Sarma
The music for the film was composed by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and the lyrics were written by Veturi and Mankombu Gopalakrishnan (for the Malayalam version). The songs were sung by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki, S. P. Sailaja, and Chorus. The songs were well received by the audience and became popular. Some of the songs are:
1"Ee Paadam"S. P. SailajaVeturi
2"Gourisankara Sringam"S. Janaki, ChorusVeturi
3"Idi Naa Priya Narthana"S. JanakiVeturi
4"Kailasamlo Thaandavamaade"S. Janaki, ChorusVeturi
5"Mounam Gaanam Madhuram"S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki, ChorusVeturi
6"Vennello Muthyama"S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki, ChorusVeturi
The film won 14 Nandi Awards presented by the Government of Andhra Pradesh in various categories. Some of the awards are:
Best Feature Film - Gold - Ramoji Rao
Best Director Singeetam Srinivasa Rao
Best Supporting Actress G. Nirmalamma
Best Screenplay Writer Singeetham Srinivasa Rao, K. S. Prakash Rao & Ganesh Patro
Best Cinematographer Srihari Anumolu
Best Music Director S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
Best Male Playback Singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
Special Jury Award Sudha Chandran
Special Jury Award P. L. Narayana
The film also won the Filmfare Award for Best Director Telugu for Singeetam Srinivasa Rao in 1985. Sudha Chandran received the National Film Award Special Jury Award for her performance in the film in 1985. The film was also premiered at the 1985 10th IFFI and retrospectively at the 45th IFFI in the Celebrating Dance in Indian cinema section.
Mayuri is a film that celebrates the spirit of dance and the resilience of human will. It showcases the remarkable journey of Sudha Chandran, who overcame a major setback in her life and achieved her dreams with determination and courage. The film is a tribute to her talent and inspiration to many others who face challenges in their lives. The film is also a testament to the skills and vision of Singeetam Srinivasa Rao, who brought this story to life with realism and sensitivity. The film is a classic example of Telugu cinema that blends art and entertainment with social relevance and emotional appeal.
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