Anthahpuram Trailer

Anthahpuram Trailer (1998)

12 May 1998 Drama, Action 159 mins

Anthahpuram is a 1998 Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi, which was later remade in 1999 in Tamil with the same name. The film stars Prakash Raj, Soundarya and Jagapati Babu in prominent roles.[1] The film won three Filmfare Awards South for Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress.[2] The film also went on to win the Nandi Award for Best Supporting Actor for Jagapati Babu and the Nandi Award for Best Female Playback Singer for S. Janaki.

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Bhupati

Bhupati Cinematography

P. Kalyan

P. Kalyan Producer

International Titles

Antahpuram Trailer

Anthapuram Trailer

Yeh Kaisa Mera Gaon Mera Desh Trailer

International Releases Dates

India 12 May 1998

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