Shubha Sankalpam (1995)

 ●  Telugu ● Running Time: TBA

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Embedded with charged emotions and intense action, this family-oriented drama revolves around the trials and triumphs in the life of a fearless man, as he attempts to ensure the safety and happiness of his family.
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Cast: Aamani Hazrath, Kamal Haasan, Priya Raman

Crew: K Vishwanath (Director), PC Sreeram (Director of Photography), MM Keeravani (Music Director)

Genres: Family, Musical

Release Dates: 13 Jul 1995 (India)

Telugu Name: శుభ సంకల్పం

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Did you know? This movie was later dubbed into the Tamil language under the title 'Paasavalai'. Read More
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Feature Film
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This movie won five Nandi Awards in 1995; with Aamani Hazrath winning the Nandi Award for Best Actress for her performance, while SP Sailaja won the Nandi Award for Best Female Playback Singer. Furthermore, K Vishwanth won the Nandi Award for Best Character Actor, Krishna Rao won the Nandi Award for Best Editor and Vaisnavi secured the Nandi Award for Best Supporting Actress.

This movie was later dubbed into the Tamil language under the title 'Paasavalai'.

Kamal Haasan, a co-producer of this movie, persuaded and succeeded in getting K Vishwanath to make his debut as an actor in this movie. Kamal Haasan revealed that the character required a renowned person to play the man who he bowed to, and if it was any other person, scenes would have had to be shot to establish his importance.

This film was produced by acclaimed singer, SP Balasubramaniam.

This movie was a phenomenal success both amongst audiences and critics, receiving several prestigious awards including three Filmfare awards for Best Film (Telugu) - SP Balasubramaniam, Best Director (Telugu) - K Vishwanath, and Best Music Director (Telugu) - MM Keeravani.