Bobbili Yuddham ( Battle of Bobbili) is a 1964 Telugu-language war film, based on the Battle of Bobbili between Bobbili and Vizianagaram kingdoms in 1757. The film was produced and directed by C. Seetaram. It stars N. T. Rama Rao, Bhanumathi Ramakrishna, S.V. Ranga Rao in the lead roles and music composed by Saluri Rajeswara Rao.
The film begins with the birthday celebrations of Prince Chinna Venkatrayudu, son of Raja Rangarayudu (N. T. Rama Rao), King of Bobbili, for which Raja Vijayaramaraju (Rajanala), King of Vijayanagaram is invited. On the occasion, sports competitions are held in which the Bobbili team wins for which Vijayaramaraju feels jealous and wants to take revenge against them. At the same time, French invaders crack into the country and send a memorandum to Vijayaramaraju by General Bussi (Mukkamala). Vijayaramaraju exploits the situation by shaking hands with Bussi, takes authority over Bobbili and asks them to pay tax. But they refuse. So, Vijayaramaraju plans to attack Bobbili. Meanwhile, Vengalarayudu (C. Seetaram) the younger brother of Rangarayudu, marries Subhadra (Jamuna), sister of Tandra Paparayudu (S. V. Ranga Rao). Soon after the marriage, a spy is seized by Tandra Paparayudu who reveals the conspiracy of Vijayaramaraju and misleads them that their army is arriving from Rajam. On the spot, Tandra Paparayudu leaves to Rajam. Learning it, Bussi takes the forest route and surrounds the fort. Rangarayudu sends Dharmarayudu (M. Balaiah) for a compromise, which fails. Even the message sent to Tandra Paparayadu regarding the hazardous situation is intercepted. The war begins, the French warriors enter by breaking the fort walls with artilleries when many soldiers die, Vengalarayudu is backstabbed and Subhadra also follows him.