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Sri Shirdi Saibaba Mahathyam (శ్రీ షిర్డీ సాయిబాబా మహత్యం) 1986

Sri Shirdi Saibaba Mahatyam_1986

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BannerSai Chakra Productions
DirectorK. Vasu
ProducerGogineni Prasad
Music DirectorIlayaraja
CinematographyV. Jayaram
Film Editing
Art Director
Camera Operator
Assistant Cameramen
Playback SingersSP. Balasubramaniam, Yesudas, V. Ramakrishna, Susheela
Character Actor/Actress
Bhagwan Shri Shirdi Sai BabaVijayachander
NanavaliChandra Mohan
ShyamaTadepalli Lakshmi Kanta Rao
MahalsapathiSeshgiri Rao
Baayeeja BhaiAnjali Devi
Chand PatelSarath Babu
Nana ChandorkarJ. V. Somayajulu
Bal BhateSuthi Veerabhadra Rao
Daroga DasuganuTyagaraaju
Ramachandra PatilAdabalaBhagoti
Tatya PatilJaya Bhaskar
Murali Mohan
Vijaya Chamadeswari
Bhagwan Shri Sai Baba lived in British India. He was initially shunned by both Hindus and Muslims, especially by Hindu Bal Bhate. Sai was a Muslim and Bal Bhate forbade him to enter any Temple. Rohila, a Muslim, who thought Sai was desecrating the local Masjid by performing Hindu prayers and incantations and attempted to kill Sai. Then he saw both the Allah and Bhagwan in Sai and became a devotee. When Sai was ready to give up his body and resurrect himself after 3 days, just like Lord Jesus, a disbelieving Bal had wanted Sai's body to be cremated within 24 hours - only to find out that Sai had indeed risen, and also became his devotee. Bhagoti, a leper, who was cured by Sai became his follower. Though Sai had no relations, he did call Tatya's mother his sister; Tatya his maternal nephew; a devotee named Laxmi as his daughter, and an elderly woman as his mother. Sai displayed his true form and opulence to another devotee, Nana Chandorkar. Sai lived in a rebuilt Masjid and urged his devotees to pray God, as the Creator and to love and respect all living beings. He begged for alms daily so that he could collect sins and wash them away. He always uttered 'Allah Bhala Kare' and 'Bhagwan Bhala Kare' to both Muslims and Hindus alike. He appeared in a multitude forms to his deities (Lord Jesus, Guru Nanak Devji, Allah, Bhagwan Shri Ganesh) to cater to the various tastes of devotees. Sai was also fond of Nanavli, a mentally challenged devotee, who often challenged Sai. He was one of the few who really understood and accepted Sai as Vishnu's Avatar. Sai appeared simultaneously in a wealthy man's and Nana's dreams and called upon them to construct a Mandir of Bhagwan Shri Krishna. While the construction was under way, Sai prophesied the death of Tatya. Shortly thereafter while bequeathing the nine coins symbolizing nine virtues to Laxmi (which depict Sravan, Kirtan, Smaran, Padaseva, Archana, Namaskar, Dastan, Samveta, & Atmanivrdan) Sai was ready to demonstrate to his devotees why they should not worry about Tatya's impending demise.

Release Date1986

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