Movie title : Gollmall
Release Date : February 21, 2003
Cast: J D Chakravarthi (as Ameer Khan), Neha (as Mumtaz, daughter of Abdul), Ramesh Arvind (as Amar Sastry), Meera Vasudevan (as Meenakshi, daughter of Narahari), Giri Babu, Jayaprakash (as Narahari), Brahmanandam, Gundu Hanumantha Rao, Sudhakar, Padmanadham, Raghu Babu, Navabharat Balaji
Music : Vandemataram Srinuvas
Editor : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Dialouges : Totapalle Madhu
Story : PN Ramachandra Rao
Screenplay :PN Ramachandra Rao
Lyrics: Veturi, Chandrabose, Daadi Srinuvas
Photography : MV Raghu
Choreographer : Raja sekhar
Stunts : Ram Lakshman
Producer : PN Ramachandra Rao
Banner : Sri Gayatri Kala Chitra
Plot / Movie Story / Movie Review
Ameer Khan (played by J D Chakri) hails from a rich family and has a long-cherished dream of going to USA and to do some white collared job. However, his traditional value oriented parents want him to go to Hyderabad and join in the college by Abdullah, a friend of Ameer's father. Amar Sastry (played by Ramesh Arvind), a friend of Ameer, hails from a poor family in which he has lots of responsibilities and had a depending family.
Ameer asks Amar to join the college as lecturer with Ameer's name. Abdul has a professional rival in educational industry called Narahari (Jayaprakash Reddy). Abdul's daughter Mumtaz (played Neha) falls in love with Ameer.
Ameer is cheated by a H1 broker in Mumbai and returns to Hyderabad and joins Narahari's educational institute as Amar Sastry. Narahari has a beautiful daughter called Meenakshi (played by Meera Vasudevan) who falls in love with Amar Sastry who is in the form of Ameer Khan. The rest of the movie is all about the confusion that was brought in by the two characters.