|Music Director||Vandemataram Srinivas|
|Film Editing||Aavula Venkatesh|
|Art Director||Nagendra Babu Sirigineedi|
|Playback Singers||Jassie Gift, Kalpana, Raghu Kunche, Sunitha, Karunya, Chakri, Kousalya, Tanikella Bharani|
|Neelakanta||Kota Srinivasa Rao|
|Gundu Hanumantha Rao|
|Kondavalasa Lakshmana Rao|
|Yedukondalu (Ali) is the grandson of Gundamma (Vadivukkarasi). While his father Srisailam (Tanikella Bharani) was a drunkard, his son was irresponsible. Gundamma loves her grandson Yedukondalu and the latter also is very fond of her as pampered him and brought him up with lots of love as he lost his mother in his childhood.
Yedukondalu falls in love with his sister-in-law Mahalakshmi (Sindhuri), daughter of Neelakantam (Kota Srinivasa Rao), a crooked and money-minded fellow. He did not accept to give his daughter to Yedukondalu. To prove himself, Yedukondalu opens a hotel and earns money. Then Neelakantam agrees for the marriage, but cancels it as he got another alliance to his daughter with a rich boy. He even destroys Gundamma Hotel. Gundamma goes to Neelakantam but the latter insults her and necks her out. Humiliated, Gundamma dies. Yedukondalu comes to know that she died due to humiliation and goes to his uncle's house only to get thrashing by his henchmen, who dump him later on a rail track.
At this juncture, Amritha (Nicole), daughter of Madhava Rao (Krishna), a millionaire, attempts suicide only to be saved by Yedukondalu. Amritha and Yedukondalu join hands and our hero resurrects. As he turned rich, Neelakantam again broaches alliance but could not succeed. After several twists the film ends with the union of Mahalakshmi and Yedukondalu.
Ye devini shapamo