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Simhasanam (1986)

Cast: Krishna (dual roe - Vikrama Simha), Jayaprada (Alakananda), Mandakini (Chandana Gandhi), Radha, Satyanarayana, Gummadi, Waheeda Rahman, Amjad Khan, Kantha Rao, M. Balaiah, Prabhakara Reddy (Bherundamatya), Giri Babu (Ugra Rahuvu), Rajanala, Allu Ramalingaiah, Tyagaraju, Hari Babu
Story and Screenplay: Krishna
Dialogues: Tripuraneni Maharathi
Lyrics: Athreya, Veturi
Music: Bappilahiri
Cinematography: VSR Swamy
Editing: Krishna
Art and Costume Designs: Bhaskara Raju
Stunts: Veeru Devagan
Choreography: Srinivas
Co-Producers: G. Hanumantha Rao, G. Adiseshagiri Rao
Producer and Director: Krishna
Banner: Padmalaya Studios Pvt Ltd.
Release Date: 21 March
Trivia: This was first movie for Krishna as a director. This was first 70 MM and stereophonic sound film in Telugu.
Nutan Prasad has been given voice for Amjad Khan.
The shoot of the movie of both Telugu and Hindi versions started 1 August 1985 at Padmalaya Studios in front of thousands of fans of Krishna. In first shot, Akkineni Nageswara Rao has been given clap on Krishna, while Jalagam Vengala Rao, PCC president of that time, switched on the camera. For Hindi version Akkineni given clap on Jithendra, while Kona Prabhakara Rao, Governor of Maharashtra at that time, switched on the camera.

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