Niluvu Dopidi is a 1968 Indian Telugu-language comedy-drama film, produced by U. Visweswara Rao and directed by C. S. Rao. It stars N. T. Rama Rao, Krishna, Devika, Jayalalita in the lead roles and music composed by K. V. Mahadevan. The film was released on 25 January 1968 and became a commercial success.
Jagapathi Rayalu, the zamindar of the village Rangapuram, has two sons– Ramu and Krishna. Before dying, he entrusts their responsibility to his sisters Chukamma (a virago) and Sheshamma (a guiltless). Here, the avaricious Chukkamma ploys with her distant relative Bhushanam to eliminate the heirs for the property. Fortunately, the boys are rescued by Chukkamma's wise husband Venkataramaiah and they land at an orphanage. Years roll by, Ramu turns into a mechanic whereas Krishna is a sophomore. Being incognizant they fall for daughters of Sheshamma and Chukkamma: Janaki and Radha respectively.