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Gang Leader
Directed byVijaya Bapineedu
Produced byMaganti Ravindranath Chowdary
Written byParuchuri Brothers (dialogues)
Screenplay byVijaya Bapineedu
Story byVijaya Bapineedu
StarringChiranjeevi
Vijayashanti
Rao Gopal Rao
Anandaraj
Murali Mohan
Sarath Kumar
Music byBappi Lahari
CinematographyLok Singh
Edited byVijaya Bapineedu
Production
company
Distributed byGeetha Arts
Release date
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu
Box office₹8−9.5 crores
(equivalent to ₹66−73 crores in 2020)

Gang Leader is a 1991 Indian Telugu-languageactioncrime film written, directed by Vijaya Bapineedu and produced by Maganti Ravindranath Chowdary.[1] The film stars Chiranjeevi and Vijayashanti in the lead roles, while Rao Gopal Rao, Anandaraj, Murali Mohan, and Sarath Kumar play other key roles. The soundtrack was composed by Bappi Lahiri with dance choreography by Prabhu Deva. The genre-bending semi-fiction film explores the concepts of exploitation of law enforcement by anti-social behaviour and the impact of mob psychology.[2][3]

The ChiranjeeviVijayashanti starrer film which opened to terrific response from the people garnered highly positive reviews from the critics and was recorded as an Industry Hit and a cult classic by becoming the Telugu's daily vernacular. It was screened at the International Film Festival of India.[2] It surpassed the box office collections of the blockbuster and industry hit Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari. Later, it was dubbed in Tamil with same title. The film's 100 days function's video footage was used in the Telugu comedy film Appula Appa Rao. The film was later remade in bollywood as Aaj Ka Goonda Raaj, which Chiranjeevi reprising his role and Meenakshi Seshadri playing the role of Vijayashanti, and in Kannada as Kutumba, starring Upendra.[2][1]

Plot[edit]

Raghupathi (Murali Mohan), Raghava (Sarath Kumar) and Rajaram (Chiranjeevi) are brothers. Raghupathi is the only breadwinner of the family, Raghava is preparing for the Civil Services Examination, and Rajaram is an unemployed, and freelance dancer who spends time with his four friends in search of jobs. They roam in the city until midnight. Rajaram comes home at midnight and sleeps until noon; his grandmother Sabari (Nirmalamma) yells at him for his irresponsibility and callousness. One day, Rajaram makes Kanyakumari (Vijayashanti) vacate the house on a payment basis as she is not paying the rent to the landlord. Consequently, she barges into Rajaram's house for accommodation.

Gang

At one situation, Rajaram goes to custody for money so that he can support his brother Raghava who is in need of funding for his IAS preparation. Meanwhile, Ekambaram (Raogopal Rao) a Mafia ringleader known for contract killing, and extortion, alongside his brother Kanakambaram (Anandaraj) kill Rajaram's elder brother Raghupathi as he witnesses a homicide. Rajaram was spending time in jail when this incident happens, however his friends are aware of Raghupathi's death. Rajaram, on the other hand, thinks that his brother's death was an accident.

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Raghava becomes an IAS officer and marries Latha (Sumalatha), which was a scheme planned by Ekambaram and Kanakambaram so that they can escape criminal cases with his support. Latha hates Raghava's family members, whereas Kanyakumari loves Rajaram and his family members. Meanwhile, Rajaram comes to know about his brother's death and inquires as to who was responsible for the death. His friends are also murdered by Ekambaram and Kanakambaram at the time. Rajaram is framed by the murders, and Raghava disowns him. With Kanyakumari's help, Rajaram escapes from jail, and Kanyakumari reveals that she is Ekambaram's daughter. She ran away from home after her father killed her mother, and then she began moving into other people's houses. After hearing this, Rajaram falls for her. The film ends with Rajaram avenging his brother's death by killing the villains and in the process uniting his broken family.

Cast[edit]

ActorCharacter
ChiranjeeviRajaram
VijayashantiKanyakumari
Raogopal RaoEkambaram
AnandarajKanakambaram
Murali MohanRaghupati
Sarath KumarRaghava
NirmalammaSabari (Rajaram's grandmother)
SudhaLakshmi (Raghupati's wife)
SumalathaLatha (Raghava's wife)
Nutan PrasadHome Minister Gali Subba Rao
Kaikala SatyanarayanaJailer
Allu RamalingaiahSidhanthi
Narayan RaoNarayana
Hari PrasadHari
Maharshi RaghavaRaghava
JayalalithaChukka
Nuthalapati SubbaroHouse owner

Soundtrack[edit]

Gang Leader
Soundtrack album by
Released1992
Recorded1992
GenreFilmi
LanguageTelugu
LabelLahari Music
Bappi Lahiri chronology
Indra Bhavanam
(1992)
Gang Leader
(1992)
Rowdy Alludu
(1992)

Mount eerie no flashlight. The Music and background score was provided by Bappi Lahiri and the lyrics were penned by Veturi Sundararama Murthy and Bhuvanachandra. The soundtrack was an instant hit and 'Papa Rita' and 'Vaana Vaana Velluvaye' were a rage in the entire state that time.

Bhuvanachandra noted that 'Vaana Vaana' was his first song on rain, he was initially apprehensive about writing this song since other songs of same nature were popular. Bappi composed the tune at Suresh Guest House, initially tune was rejected however Bhuvan insisted that tune should be retained.[4] Later, the song 'Vaana Vaana Velluvaye' was re-mixed by Mani Sharma for the 2012 film Rachcha.

Song TitleSingersLyricist
'Papa Rita'S. P. BalasubrahmanyamBhuvana Chandra
'Paala Bugga'S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, ChitraVeturi Sundararama Murthy
'Bhadrachalam'S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, ChitraBhuvana Chandra
'Vaana Vaana Velluvaye'S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, ChitraBhuvana Chandra
'Vayasu Vayasu'S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, ChitraVeturi Sundararama Murthy
'Panisaasasa'S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, ChitraBhuvana Chandra

Reception[edit]

The movie was a huge success. It is considered to be one of the top movies in Chiranjeevi's career. This movie earned more than 70 million of Distributory Share. Gang Leader did a 162-day run at Sudharshan theatre in Hyderabad. The movie successfully completed 100 days in more than 50 theaters. The movie was dubbed into Tamil and Kannada. It was a success in those areas also.[2][3]Uniblue speedupmypc 2014 serial key.

Trivia[edit]

The classic car which was used in movie 'Citroën CX pallas' at the time owned by Relangi Thirumalla Babu, was the only car in South India at that time. Car can be seen in the movie as Chiranjeevi and Vijayashanti are talking and scene cut to Marriage and Vijayashanti commands Chiranjeevi to follow her to marriage.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab''Gang Leader' Vijaya Bapineedu passes away'. 12 February 2019 – via www.thehindu.com.
  2. ^ abcde'Gang Leader – Chiranjeevi: Take a look at the actor's imprint in the showbiz world'. The Times of India.
  3. ^ abc'Gang Leader (1991) Gang Leader Movie Gang Leader Telugu Movie Cast & Crew, Release Date, Review, Photos, Videos'. FilmiBeat.
  4. ^Narasimham, M. L. (22 September 2012). ''I wrote 'vana vana…' in the train'' – via www.thehindu.com.

External links[edit]

  • Gang Leader on IMDb
Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gang_Leader&oldid=992372804'
Chiranjeevi

Chiranjeevi is an Indian actor and producer who works predominantly in Telugu cinema.[1] He has also appeared in Tamil, Kannada and Hindi films. He made his acting debut in 1978, with the film Punadhirallu. However, Pranam Khareedu was released earlier at the box office.[2]

Known for his break dancing skills, Chiranjeevi has starred in 150 feature films.[3][4][5] He rose to stardom after playing the lead in the action film Khaidi (1983).[6] His 1987 film Swayamkrushi premiered at the Moscow International Film Festival.[7] He co-produced Rudraveena (1988), which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration.[8] In a film career spanning thirty five years, He won four state Nandi Awards and nine Filmfare Awards South.

In 2006, Chiranjeevi was honoured with the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award, for his contributions to Indian cinema, and was presented with an honorary doctorate from Andhra University.[9] In 2013, he inaugurated the Incredible IndiaExhibition, a joint participation of the Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting at the 66th Cannes Film Festival.[10][11] He also represented Incredible India at the 14th International Indian Film Academy Awards ceremony held in Macau.[12] In 2013, IBN LIVE named him as one of 'The men who changed the face of the Indian Cinema'.[13]

Chiranjeevi's 1992 film Gharana Mogudu, directed by K. Raghavendra Rao, is the first Telugu film to gross over 10 crore at the box office.[14] The film made Chiranjeevi the highest-paid actor in India at the time, catapulting him to the cover pages of noted national weekly magazines in India.[15] The entertainment magazines Filmfare and India Today named him 'Bigger than Bachchan', a reference to Bollywood's Amitabh Bachchan.[16] News magazine The Week hailed him as 'The new money machine'.[17] He was paid a remuneration of 1.25 crores for the 1992 film Aapad Bandhavudu, the highest for any Indian actor then.[6] In 2002, Chiranjeevi was given the Samman Award for the Highest Income Tax Payer for the assessment year 1999-2000 by the Minister of State for Finance, Government of India.[18] A poll conducted by CNN-IBN in 2006 named Chiranjeevi the most popular star of the Telugu Film Industry.[19]

The following is the filmography of Chiranjeevi. Besides Telugu he has also acted in Tamil, Kannada and Hindi films.

Filmography[edit]

Denotes films that have not yet been released
YearFilmRoleNotesRef.
1978Pranam KhareeduNarsimha
Mana Voori PandavuluParthu
1979Tayaramma BangarayyaJothi's HusbandGuest appearance
Kukka Katuku Cheppu DebbaShekar
Kotta AlluduJagan
I Love YouRamesh
Punadhirallu
Idi Katha KaaduSubanakar
Sri RambantuRaghu Ram
Kothala RaayuduSatyam
1980Agni Sanskaram
Kottapeta RowdyPrasanna Kumar
ChandipriyaAnil
Aarani MantaluRavi
JatharaRambabu
MosagaduSeshu
Punnami NaaguNaagulu
Nakili ManishiPrasad / Shyam[a]
KaaliGK
Thathayya PremaleelaluBhargav
Love In SingaporeSuresh
Prema TarangaluKumar
Mogudu KaavaliChiranjeevi
Rakta BandhamTilak
1981Aadavaallu Meeku JoharluHimselfGuest appearance
Prema NatakamHimselfGuest appearance
Parvathi ParameshwaruluMohan
47 Natkal /47 RojuluKumarSimultaneously shot in Tamil and Telugu
Todu DongaluKishore
Tirugu Leni ManishiKishore
Nyayam KavaliSuresh Kumar
Ooriki Ichina MaataRamudu
Rani Kasula RangammaSukumar
Srirasthu SubhamasthuKrishna
Ranuva VeeranOnti Kannu ViplavakaruduTamil film
PriyaVijay
Chattaniki Kallu LevuVijay
Kirayi RowdyluRaja
1982Intlo Ramayya Veedilo KrishnayyaRajasekharam
SubhalekhaNarasimha MurthiFilmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Idi PellantaraDeepak
SitadeviPrabhakar
Radha My DarlingMohan
Tingu RangaduRanga
Patnam Vachina PativrathaluGopi
Billa RangaBilla/Inspector Vishnu[a]
YamakinkaruduVijay
Mondi GhatamRavindra
Manchu PallakiSekhar
Bandhalu AnubandhaluInspector Chiranjeevi
1983Prema PicholluRavi
Palletoori MonagaduRaju
AbhilashaChiranjeevi
Aalaya SikharamSeenu
Shivudu Shivudu ShivuduShivudu/Vijay[a]
Puli BebbuliGopi Krishna
Gudachari No.1Vijay
Maa Inti PremayanamHimselfCameo appearance
Maga MaharajuRaju
RoshagaduSikkindar/Srikanth[a]
Simhapuri SimhamRaja Shekharam/Vijay[a]
KhaidiSooryam
Manthri Gari ViyyankuduBabji
SangharshanaDilip
1984Allulu VasthunnaruGopi
GoondaKalidas/Raja/Ravi[a]
HeroKrishna
DevanthakuduVijay Kumar
Mahanagaramlo MayagaduRaja
ChallengeGandhi
IntiguttuVijay Kumar
NaaguNaagu
Agni GundamVijay
RustumHari
1985Chattamtho PoratamRavishankar
DongaPhani
ChiranjeeviChiranjeevi
JwaalaRaju & Yuvaraju [a]
PuliKranthi
Raktha SindhuramGandragoddali & Gopi [a]
Adavi DongaKalidas
VijethaChinna BabuFilmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
1986KirathakuduCharan
Kondaveeti RajaRaja
MagadheeruduRaju
VetaRanapratap Kumar Varma
ChantabbaiPanduranga Rao
RakshasuduPursha
DhairyavanthuduKishore
Chanakya ShapadhamChanakya
1987Donga MoguduRavi Teja & Nagaraju [a]
AradhanaPuli Raju
TrimurtuluHimselfGuest Appearance
ChakravarthyChakravarthy / Anji[a]
Pasivadi PranamMadhu
Swayam KrushiSambaiahNandi Award for Best Actor
Jebu DongaChitti Babu
1988Manchi DongaVeerendra
RudraveenaSuryanarayana SharmaNandi Special Jury Award
Yamudiki MoguduKali & Balu [a]
Khaidi No.786Gopi
Marana MrudangamJanardhan/Johnny
TrinetruduAbhimanyu
Yudda BhoomiVijay
1989Athaku Yamudu Ammayiki MoguduKalyan
State RowdyKalicharan/Prithvi
RudranetraNethra
MappillaiKannaTamil film
Special Appearance.
LankeswaruduSiva Shankar
1990Kondaveeti DongaRaja
Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka SundariRaju
Kodama SimhamBharath
PratibandhSiddhanthHindi film
Raja VikramarkaRaja Vikramarka
1991Stuartpuram Police StationRana Pratap
Gang LeaderRaja
Rowdy AlluduAuto Johnny & Kalyan [a]
1992Gharana MoguduRaju
Aaj Ka Goonda RajRajaHindi film
AapathbandavuduMadhavaFilmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Nandi Award for Best Actor
1993Muta MesthriSubhash Chandra BoseFilmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Mechanic AlluduRavi
1994Mugguru MonagalluPrudhvi,Vikram & Dattatreya [a]
S.P.ParshuramParasuram
The GentlemanVijayHindi film
1995Alluda MajakaSitaramudu/Toyota
Big BossSurendra
RikshavoduRaju & Dharma Raidu[a]
1996SipayiMajor ChandrakanthKannada film.
1997HitlerMadhava Rao
MasterRaj KumarAlso Playback Singer
1998Bavagaru Bagunnara?Raju
Choodalani VundiRamakrishna
1999Sneham KosamSimhadri & Chinnayya (Dual role)Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Iddaru MitruluVijay
2000AnnayyaRajaram
Hands Up!HimselfSpecial appearance
2001MrugarajuRajuAlso Playback Singer
Sri ManjunathaManjunatha Swamy/Lord SivaSimultaneously shot in Telugu and Kannada
DaddyRajkumar
2002IndraIndrasena Reddy/Shankar NarayanaFilmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
Nandi Award for Best Actor
2003TagoreTagore
2004AnjiAnji
Shankar Dada MBBSShankar Prasad / Shankar DadaFilmfare Award for Best Telugu Actor
2005AndarivaaduGovindarajulu & Siddharth [a]
Jai ChiranjeevaSatyanarayana Murthy
HanumanHanumanAnimated film
2006StalinStalin
StyleHimselfCameo Appearance
2007Shankar Dada ZindabadShankar Prasad/Shankar Dada
2009MagadheeraHimselfCameo Appearance
2010VaruduNarrator
2013Jagadguru Adi ShankaraManjunatha Swamy/Lord SivaCameo Appearance
2015Bruce Lee: The FighterHimselfCameo Appearance
RudhramadeviNarrator
2017Khaidi No. 150Shankar & Katthi Srinu [a]
GhaziNarrator
GunturoduNarrator
2019Sye Raa Narasimha ReddyUyyalawada Narasimha Reddy[20]
2020AcharyaTBA[21]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abcdefghijklmnop Chiranjeevi played two characters.

References[edit]

  1. ^Business Standard. 'Chiranjeevi's dramatic comeback'. Business-standard.com. Retrieved 2012-10-28.
  2. ^'Chiranjeevi's debut'. Rediff.com. Retrieved 2011-04-21.
  3. ^'4 Reasons Why You Should Watch Chiranjeevi's Desi Thriller Again. And Again. And Again'. NDTV.com.
  4. ^Chiranjeevi and Shahid are best dancers: Prabhu Dheva - The Times of India
  5. ^'Gang Leader Movie Songs - Gang Leader Song - Chiranjeevi, Vijaya Shanthi'. YouTube.
  6. ^ ab'Chiranjeevi, the megastar who beat Big B as India's highest paid actor'. 29 April 2016. Retrieved 17 May 2018.
  7. ^Chiranjeevi felicitation on Padma Bhushan honor - Telugu Cinema actor
  8. ^'Andhra Pradesh / Hyderabad News : From reel to real life'. Chennai, India: The Hindu. 18 August 2008. Retrieved 2011-06-10.
  9. ^'AU confers honorary degrees on Chiru, others'. Chennai, India: Hindu.com. 7 November 2006. Retrieved 2011-04-21.
  10. ^'Chiranjeevi to inaugurate Incredible India exhibition at Cannes'. The Times Of India. 20 May 2013.
  11. ^Chiranjeevi offers wide opportunities to foreign film producers in India Business Standard
  12. ^Press Information Bureau English Releases
  13. ^100 Years of Cinema: The men who changed the face of Indian films Movies News Photos-IBNLive
  14. ^'First Telugu film to gross 100 million – Times Of India'. The Times of India.
  15. ^'First Telugu film to gross Rs. 1 million'. The Times Of India. 17 August 2012.
  16. ^Babu, Venkatesha (23 April 2009). 'The 'megastar' hopes to score a smash hit on debut'. Livemint. Retrieved 7 October 2013.
  17. ^Rajeev Deshpande, TNN, 18 Apr 2009, 03.15am IST (18 April 2009). 'Chiru charisma shines on, may end up hurting Cong'. Times of India. Retrieved 2010-05-15.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  18. ^Chiranjeevi dismisses reports linking him with tax raids - Indian Express
  19. ^Dr. Vishnu the most popular star - Oneindia Entertainment
  20. ^'Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy teaser out: Chiranjeevi is fierce in period drama'. India Today. 21 August 2018.
  21. ^'#Chiru152 titled as 'Acharya': Megastar Chiranjeevi reveals the title accidentally - Times of India'. The Times of India. Retrieved 2020-03-03.

External links[edit]

  • 'Chiranjeevi Filmography'. Chiranjeeviblog. Retrieved 2 June 2012.
  • 'Filmography'. Idlebrain. Archived from the original on 29 January 2018. Retrieved 2 June 2012.
  • Chiranjeevi on IMDb
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