The Best Jayasudha Movies

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List of the best Jayasudha movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Jayasudha's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Jayasudha movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Jayasudha movies will be at the top of the list. Jayasudha has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Jayasudha movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Jayasudha films to end the squabble once and for all.

If you think the best Jayasudha role isn't at the top, then upvote it so it has the chance to become number one. The greatest Jayasudha performances didn't necessarily come from the best movies, but in most cases they go hand in hand.

This is a list that features films like Bommarillu and Wanted.

"This list answers the questions, "What are the best Jayasudha movies?" and "What are the greatest Jayasudha roles of all time?"

Jayasudha has worked with many famous directors, including big names like K. Balachander and Ram Gopal Varma. Movie fans who love Jayasudha have also been known to enjoy films starring Suhasini Mani Ratnam and Jamuna.

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  • Rare Melodies
    Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Srividya
    9 votes
    • Released: 1975
    • Directed by: K. Balachander
    Apoorva Raagangal is a 1975 Indian Tamil social drama film directed by K. Balachander. The film features Kamal Haasan, Srividya in lead roles while Rajinikanth, Jayasudha, Nagesh, Major Sundarrajan play supporting roles. The film was produced by V. Govindarajan and J. Duraisamy under the production banner Kalakendra Films. The soundtrack and score were composed by M. S. Viswanathan while the lyrics for all tracks were written by Kannadasan. The plot is loosely based on 1973 American film 40 Carats. The film was controversial upon release as it examines relationships between people with wide age gaps, which challenged Indian social mores. The film is about Prasanna who falls in love with Bhairavi who is elder than him while his father is drawn to Bhairavi's daughter Ranjini. Rest of the film revolves around the four characters and their problems. It won three National Film Awards and three Filmfare Awards South. It was later remade by Balachander into Hindi as Ek Nai Paheli with Kamal Haasan and Hema Malini as the leads. The film marked the screen debut of Rajinikanth. Apoorva Raagangal released on 18 August 1975 and was a success. It was also remade into Telugu as Thoorpu Padamara.
  • Ninaithale Inikkum
    Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Jaya Prada
    5 votes
    • Released: 1979
    • Directed by: K. Balachander
    Ninaithale Inikkum is a 1979 Indian Tamil language comedy drama film directed by K. Balachander starring Kamal Hassan, Rajinikanth, Jayaprada, Geetha and Nakul. The story was written by Sujatha Rangarajan. The film was also simultaneously shot in Telugu as Andamaina Anubhavam. A large part of the film was shot in Singapore.
  • Kotha Bangaru Lokam
    Prakash Raj, Brahmanandam, Jayasudha
    7 votes
    • Released: 2008
    • Directed by: Srikanth Addala
    Kotha Bangaru Lokam is a 2008 Telugu movie directed by debutant Srikanth Addala and produced by Dil Raju. The film stars Varun Sandesh and Shweta Prasad in the lead roles, and Prakash Raj, Jaya Sudha and Brahmanandam in supporting roles. Released on 9 October 2008 amidst the Vijayadashami celebrations, the film became one of the biggest blockbusters of the year in Telugu cinema and successfully completed 100 days, winning several accolades. The movie was dubbed into Malayalam with the title Ithu Njangalude Lokam, becoming a big success. The movie was also dubbed in Hindi as Pavitra Bandhan. The movie was remade in Kannada by S.Narayan and cast his son Pankaj and Roopika in the lead roles. The Television rights of the film was sold to Zee Telugu Mickey J Meyer's Background Score and melodious soundtrack stood as the highlights of the movie. Srikanth Addala catapulated teen story into an epic drama by elevating scenes and creating a pleasant mood to audience. "Ne prashnalu" song sung by SP Balu and penned by Sirivennala makes the audience to hold breath and bringing the film to a perfecting climax.
  • Adavi Ramudu
    Jaya Prada, N. T. Rama Rao, Jayasudha
    7 votes
    • Released: 1977
    • Directed by: Kovelamudi Raghavendra Rao
    Adavi Ramudu is a Telugu Drama film which released on 28 April 1977 and was directed by K. Raghavendra Rao. NTR, Jayaprada, and Jayasudha played important roles and this film won Filmfare Best Film Award. Some scenes in the film were taken from superhit Kannada movie Gandhada Gudi; starring Rajkumar.
  • Bommarillu
    Genelia D'Souza, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Prakash Raj
    10 votes
    • Released: 2006
    • Directed by: Bhaskar
    Bommarillu is a 2006 Telugu romantic comedy film directed and co-written by Bhaskar, and produced by Dil Raju. The film stars Siddharth Narayan, Genelia D'Souza, Prakash Raj and Jayasudha. Following the film's box office success it was remade in Tamil as Santosh Subramaniam, in Bengali as Bhalobasa Bhalobasa, in Oriya as Dream Girl and will be remade in Hindi as It's My Life. The film primarily revolves around the relationship between a father and son, in which the father's excessive concern for his son, and interference in his life, leads to the latter harbouring bitterness towards his overbearing father. The film opened to Indian audiences on 9 August 2006. On its way to winning state honors and rave reviews, the film went on to win the South Filmfare Awards among other prominent awards. The film's success broke several records at the box office during its prime and is one of the highest grossing Telugu films.
  • Waves
    Sukumari, R. Madhavan, Vivek
    10 votes
    • Released: 2000
    • Directed by: Mani Ratnam
    Directed by Mani Ratnam, starring Madhavan and Shalini, the film explores the tensions of married life and the maturing of love. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by A. R. Rahman. The film's story is mostly recollected in flashbacks by the character Karthik (Madhavan). Karthik and Shakti (Shalini) fall in love against the backdrop of Chennai and its suburban trains, against the wishes of their parents. The film was well received by critics and it did well at the Tamil and Telugu box-offices primarily for its music and realistic portrayal of romance and married life. It was dubbed into Telugu as Sakhi.