Kasipatnam Choodarababu Review
Inspired by his mentor Vamsi, Maddirala, his protege has brought out a film with a rural backdrop. Kasipatnam Choodarababu has a whole lot of comedians, small time artistes and a lot of commotion all through the film along the lines of Vamsi's film, but the director has not been able to make it very impressive.
In a small village Kasipatnam there is a miser Kanaka Murthy who has two sons. His elder son (Venumadhav) dreams of going to the US,in spite of no formal education. His younger son Anand (Vijayanand) who is studying in Hyderabad has a crush on Sandhya (Suprena) but has not been able to proclaim it. Kind-hearted he saves a boy who met with an accident with the help of Sandhya. He even borrows money from her by giving his gold chain and slowly their friendship grows. However he is disappointed when he gets to know that her marriage has been fixed by her father (Jayaprakash Reddy), when he proposes to her. Incidentally, the boy is none other than Anand. Kanaka Murthy, the miser, on learning that a US return boy would get more dowry, hides his elder son in one of his buildings and announces that he had gone to US, in the village.