|Sri Sri Sri Maryada Ramanna|
|Directed by||K. Hemambharadhara Rao|
|Produced by||B. Padmanabham|
|Music by||S. P. Kodandapani|
Sri Sri Sri Maryada Ramanna is a 1967 Telugu-language film produced by comedian B. Padmanabham and directed by K. Hemambharadhara Rao.[dead link] This is the debut film for national singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam.
A shepherd boy Rami (Padmanabham) becomes Rammanna with the blessings of a sage. The Minister and the Army Commander of the kingdom torture the people for more tax money. Ramanna informs this to the King, and the King offers him to take the throne for three months and solve the problems. Ramanna takes the challenge and succeeds in that and also wins the heart of the princess in this process.
- S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, National singer of International repute debuted in this film under the guidance of S. P. Kodandapani. As a token of respect, he named the production house as Kodandapani film circuits.
- "Harihari Naaraayano Aadi Naaraayano Karuninchi Mammelu Kamalalochanuda!"
- Playback: [TM Soundara Rajan]]
- "Sreekarudu Harudu" (Verse)
- Playback: K. Raghuramayya
- "Emiyee Vinta Moham!"
- "Mangideelu Mangideelu O Poolabhaamaa!"
- "Neeve Neevd Naa Daivamu, Neeve Naa Bhagyamu"
- Playback: P. Susheela
- "Vennelagaa Undi"
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