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From the 1982 hit Telugu film Nalugu Stambalata ( = Game Of Four Pillars) Sung by S. P. Balasubrahmaniam and P. Susheela. The title of the movie is based on  traditional kids game played in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in India. The opening credits depict this game played by five kids. Game is simple, at no point a pillar should be left empty, so kids have to manage to go around the pillars without having the center person (the usurper) occupy a pillar. If the usurper takes hold of a pillar whoever was o get that pillar becomes the usurper. The game eventually goes on to show being played by the four lead actors (Naresh, Pradeep, Tulasi and Poornima) with Fate being the usurper. The movie continues with the game being played by fate with the lives of four adults, involving a lot of emotions. How Fate twists everyone's lives and at one point or the other occupies the pillar of each of the actor's life is the rest of the movie.

An excellent movie by Written and Directed by the veteran, Jandhyala. Here’s the superhit song from the movie scored by Rajan Nagendra and Lyrics penned by Veturi Sundararama Murthy. Movie also introduced two great comedians to Telugu film world, - brother duo Sutti Veerabhadrarao and Sutti Velu.



Lyrics in Romanized Telugu:

Chinukula Raali Naduluga Saagi; Varadalai Poyi Kadali Ga Pongu
Nee Prema Naa Prema Nee Peree Naa Prema
Nadivi Neevu Kadali Nenu Marichi Poobokumaa
Mamatha Neeve Sumaa
Chinukula Raali Naduluga Saagi; Varadalai Poyi Kadali Ga Pongu
Nee Prema Naa Prema Nee Peree Naa Prema

Aakulu Raale Vesavi Gaali Naa Prema Niturpule
Kumkuma Poose Vekuva Nevai Tevali Odarpule
Premalu Kore Janmalalone Ne Vechi Untanule
Janmalu Daate Premanu Nenai Ne Velluvavuthanule
A Kalla Nenaadule

Himamula Raali Summamulai Poosi; Ruthuvulai Navvi Madhuvulai Pongu
Nee Prema Naa Prema Nee Peree Naa Prema
Shishiramaina Shithilamaina Vidichi; Poobokumaa Virahamai Pokumaa

Tolakari Kosam Todimanu Nenai Alladutunnanule
Pulakarmuge Puvvula Kosam Vesarutunnanule
Ningiki Nela Ankithalade Aa Poddu Ravalile
Ninnalu Needai Repati Needai Naa Muddu Tiralile
Aa Tiraalu Cheralilee

Maunamai Merisi Gaanamai Pilichi; Kalalatho Alisi Gaganmai Egase
Nee Prema Naa Prema Taaradee Mana Prema
Bhuvanamaina Gaganamaina; Premamayame Suma Premamaname Suma
Chinukula Raali Naduluga Saagi; Varadalai Poyi Kadali Ga Pongu
Nee Prema Naa Prema Nee Peree Naa Prema


This song was remixed and reused for the 2011 Telugu film Aha Na Pellanta ( = Yes, Its My Wedding) Sung by Raghu Kunche and Anjana Sowmya. Music composed by Raghu Kunche. I liked the taking of the old song than the new one. Incidentally there is an old movie with the same title as this new one and also a much older song with the beginning lines as this title. That is definitely for another post. For now, here's the remix version of the song in question for this post.

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