Mooga Nomu

Mooga Nomu is a 1969 Indian Telugu-language drama film, produced M. Murugan, M. Saravanan and M. Kumaran of AVM Productions and directed by D. Yoganand. It stars Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Jamuna, with music composed by R. Govardhanam. The film is a remake of the Tamil film Kalathur Kannamma (1960).


Venu is the only son of Rao Bahadoor Raja Veera Venkata Satyanarayana Gopalam, the Zamindar of Ratnagiri. Gauri is the daughter of Somaiah (Chittoor V. Nagaiah), a farmer in their estate. They fall in love and Venu marries Gauri secretly in a temple. After that Venu has to go abroad for higher studies. During his absence, the Zamindar learns of the marriage and orders Gauri to forget his son, due to gratitude to the Zamindar, Gauri promises never to mention their marriage to anyone. At that time Gauri is pregnant, the Zamindar arranges for the stay of Somaiah and Gauri in a nearby town, where Gauri gives birth to a baby boy, to protect Gauri from insults, Somaiah leaves the baby in an orphanage and lies that the child died.

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    director Dasari Yoganand
    editor R. Vital
    genre drama
    keywords baby baby boy drink follow id learn
    musicBy R. Govardhanam
    producer M. S. Guhan M. Saravanan
    productionCompany AVM Productions