Chandamama Lo Amrutham Trailer

Chandamama Lo Amrutham Trailer (2014)

17 May 2014

Chandamama Lo Amrutham is a Telugu fantasy drama film directed by Gangaraju Gunnam, starring Srinivas Avasarala, Sivannarayana Vasu Intur and Dhanya Balakrishnan. The film is produced by Gangaraju Gunnam under the production banner of Just Yellow Media.Music is composed by Sri. Story Amrutham Chandamam lo jeevi reviewAmrutham (Sri Avasarala) and Anji (Harish Koyalagundla) who own a restaurant become ultra rich. When a company called RTC - Rocket Travel Company is launched to take people to moon, Amrutham and Anji decide to do business on Moon by selling all their earthly assets. Anji takes the responsibility of marrying off a couple who have dangerous parents. Rest of the story is all about their business venture on the moon and how they marry off the couple.

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