Telugu    Sep 09, 2006 (India)  

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Adavi Biddalu is a 2006 Indian Telugu drama, action film released on Sep 09, 2006. The film is directed by R Narayana Murthy, produced by R Narayana Murthy under banner named Sneha Chitra Pictures.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor.
Ramakanth (R Narayana Murthy) is the project officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency. Some contractors and politicians collude to swindle crores of rupees from the government in the name of compensation for land, which gets submerged with the construction of a dam called Rampa project. Being an officer who looks after the welfare of tribals, Ramakanth sends a report against the dam. He advises the government to first give pattas to the land being cultivated by tribals under podu cultivation and then pay compensation to the actual losers of land. When the political power overrides his suggestion and accords permission for the construction of the dam, he resigns to his job and supports the Adivasis and Girijans who lose their livelihood due to the project. He resorts to armed struggle. The rest of the film deals with whether he was able to thwart the construction of the dam. However, he gets killed by the police in the climax and the tribals take revenge for his death by killing the police officer, politicians and contractor. Check out this page for more updates on Adavi Biddalu.

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