Jayam Manade

Jayam Manade (transl.Victory is Ours) is a 1956 Indian Telugu-language swashbuckler film, produced by Sundarlal Nahatha and directed by Tatineni Prakash Rao. It stars N. T. Rama Rao and Anjali Devi, with music composed by Ghantasala.[1] The film was dubbed into Tamil with the title Vetri Veeran.[2] Ku. Sa. Krishnamoorthi wrote the dialogues and lyrics while the music was composed by T. M. Ibrahim, though the tunes were almost the same as Telugu.

Not to be confused with Jayam Manade (1986 film).

1956 Indian film
Jayam Manade

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Tatineni Prakash Rao
Written by Muddu Krishna (dialogues)
Screenplay by Tatineni Prakash Rao
Story by K. Pratyagatma
Produced by Sudarlal Nehatha
Starring N. T. Rama Rao
Anjali Devi
Cinematography Kamal Ghosh
Edited by Tilak
Music by Ghantasala
Rajasri Productions
Release date
  • 4 May 1956 (1956-05-04)
Running time
160 mins
Country India
Language Telugu

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Once upon a time, there was a kingdom, its Emperor (Gummadi) is on a vacation and left the administration to his Jagirdar Mahipathi (C.S.R.), who is innocent, ineffective and greedy. Taking advantage of his weakness for money, the army chief Prachanda (R. Nageswara Rao), who is cruel and equally greedy, fleeces the people with taxes beyond their ability to pay and usurps their property. In one such incident, he causes the death of Rosaiah (Perumallu), a sick old man who once was a valiant soldier. His son Pratap (N. T. Rama Rao) seeks to avenge his father’s death. He is supported by his friend Jogulu (Relangi) and his sister Mallika (Sowcar Janaki), who nurtured a secret admiration towards him. Along with Jogulu, he inspires a group of youths to revolt against their oppressors. Pratap robs Mahipathi & Prachanda and helps the poor. Prachanda announces a reward for his captors. When Mahipathi’s daughter princess Shobha Devi (Anjali Devi) is on her way to the palace, Jogulu enacts a kidnap drama, Pratap in disguise saves her and introduces himself as Pradeep. Shobha and Pratap are smitten by each other. But Prachanda has designs to marry Shobha. This leads to some comic and some tense situations. The story takes an interesting turn when a veiled person who revealed Shobha later saves Pratap in a piquant situation and later when the emperor in disguise finds the truth behind the chaos in his empire. He imprisons Prachanda and declares Pratap as his heir. Finally, the movie ends on a happy note with the marriage of Pratap & Shobha.

Jayam Manade
Film score by

Released 1956
Genre Soundtrack
Length 27:51
Label SAREGAMA Audio
Producer Ghantasala

Music composed by Ghantasala.[3]

S. No. Song Title Lyrics Singers length
1 “Vinavoyi Batasari” Kosaraju Jikki 2:44
2 “Veeragandham Pettinamaya” Kosaraju Pithapuram, Jikki 3:01
3 “Desabhakti Gala” Kosaraju Ghantasala 3:03
4 “Maruvajalani Mansu Chalani” Samudrala Sr. P. Leela 2:29
5 “O Chandamama” Muddu Krishna Ghantasala 2:53
6 “Kaluvalaraja Kathavinarava” Jampana Chandrasekhar Rao P. Leela 3:07
7 “Chooda Chakkani Daana” Vempati Sadasivabrahmam Ghantasala, Jikki 2:36
8 “Chilakanna Chilukave” Kosaraju Ghantasala, Jikki 3:28
9 “Vastundoy Vastundi” Kosaraju Ghantasala, Jikki 4:30
10 “Enta Mosapotine Antuteliyaleka Ne “ Samudrala P.Leela 3:10

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