Swathi Kiranam is a 1992 Telugu-language musical drama film directed by K. Viswanath. Produced by V. Madhusudhana Rao, the film starred Mammootty in his Telugu debut, Master Manjunath and Raadhika, along with Achyuth, Jayanthi, Sakshi Ranga Rao, Dubbing Janaki and Dharmavarapu Subramanyam in supporting roles. The film is about an egotistical music teacher envious of the immense talent of his prodigious young disciple. The film depicts the tumultuous relationship between an aspiring music composer and his domineering master.
The film starts with a shabby old man living as a recluse near a famous temple. When he ventures out into the village, he is beaten by the shepherds who believe that he is a thief. When they hand him over to the police, the officer in charge identifies him as a once-famous musician, Anantha Rama Sharma (Mammooty), hailed as Sangeeta Samrat (Emperor of music), who has been missing for four years. The inspector Radhakrishna (Achyuth) informs his aunt (Jayanthi), who teaches yoga and the music in his native village, of this and the past of Anantha Sharma is narrated through flashback.
|editor||G. G. Krishna Rao|
|keywords||adopt child prodigy children learning dharmavarapu subrahmanyam film star for you learn mammooty music academy music teacher old man padma shri police station river school teacher think|
|musicBy||K. V. Mahadevan|
|producer||V. Madhusudhana Rao|
|productionCompany||Meher Chaithanya Niketan Trust, Meher Nagar|
|theme||musical drama narrative psychological drama the arts|