High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Raithu Bidda is a 1939
Telugu Drama film directed by Gudavalli Ramabrahmam. It is a social
reformist film during the period of British India, at the time of
battle against Zamindari system. The film was banned by the British
Government. Thereby this film got the distinction of being the
first Telugu film banned by the ruling Government. Ironically it
was produced by one of the Zamindars: Challapalli Maharaja. The
film is a seminal reformist melodrama critiquing the Zamindari
system from the viewpoint of the Kisan Sabha agitations in Andhra
Pradesh. Small-time landowner Narsi Reddy (Raghawan) borrows money
from a shavukar who represents the major zamindar (Sitapathy) of
the village. When Narsi Reddy votes for a peasant candidate
(Kosaraju) rather than for the political party supported by the
landlord, his son is attacked and he is publicly humiliated.
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