Ummadi Kutumbam

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Genre: Drama
Year:
1967
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'Actor Par Excellence' Gadusumilli Ramaiah's

drama 'Sati Savithri'.

Who is he?

Looks like he's Lord of Death Yama

to take my husband's life.

What a surprize!

l'm not seen by ordinary mortals

except very wise and pious souls.

How could this lady see me?

But still...

Why are you looking at me soulfully?

You may've been astonished

by seeing my luminous body.

But still l'll take the life.

Lord Vishnu's serpent bed

may also tilt...

The holy four Vedas may go wrong...

Lord Shiva may miss a step

in his celestial dance...

Goddess of learning's veena

may play a wrong note...

l'm Yama, the lord of death who will

never miss to take a life on time...

Don't move, you idiot.

How can l not move if ants bite me?

Savithri, l'm taking your

husband's life.

Hubby...hubby...

Bull, let's go!

Are you going away, Lord Yama?

Without any mercy, are you taking

away my husband's life...

What's this pious lady's courage?

Though her courage is praiseworthy for

following me to this dangerous path.

lt's futile!

l'll try to dissuade her.

One!

Path filled with sharp stones

that could cut your legs...

Snakes that hiss and raise hood

to sting at the slightest sound...

Chill waters of river that

can curdle your blood...

Wind that blows sharply

can tear your ear drums...

Pitch dark paths that you can't see

is full of deadly beasts...

Return back leaving your husband...

Why don't you listen to me,

O young lady?

Please go back, young lady...

You mustn't and shouldn't follow me...

So thick forest that ants can't enter,

so dark that crows can't enter...

Even if you cry for help...

No use...

please go back silently...

l'm surprized by the

lady's perseverance.

Not only crossed deadly forests but

climbing dangerous mountains following me.

l'll try to instill fear and

dissuade her.

Are you deaf not to hear me?

Why are you so adamant?

What do you think of yourself?

Who do you think l am?

l'm Lord of Death, the Yama...

She's no ordinary woman!

O lady Savthri!

- Lord!

Now comes the path that

no human can cross.

River Vaitharini which only very

pious human souls can cross.

Lord, you're a man of justice!

l've followed you till this place,

is it good to send me empty handed?

What should l do then?

She's right!

l'll show mercy and grant her a boon.

Pious lady! l'm extremely happy

with your perseverance.

Ask any boon other than

your husband's life, l'll grant it.

l think iron heart is melting,

why should l lose the opportunity?

lt's said that for a woman,

her ln-law's place is heaven.

Lord Yama!

- Yes.

My parents'-in-law are struggling

in forest without vision and...

l'm granting them a kingdom

along with eye sight.

Why is she still following me?

l'll not lose anything by granting

such harmless boons, right?

l'll grant her another boon

and cajole her to turn back.

Since you're a lady and it's not right to

send you back with one boon only,

l've decided to grant you

another boon,

that too anything other than

your husband's life.

Now he has come to my way.

Why should l leave this opportunity?

l'll help my parents.

Lord!

My parents don't have a son...

l'm granting 100 son to them,

go back now happily.

l asked one boon and

you granted a second one.

ls it justice for not granting

a third boon, Lord?

l didn't get this idea.

Anyway she said this is last wish.

Let me grant it.

Savithri, ask anything other

than your husband's life.

Please grant me a boon of children.

- Granted! Go!

How can l go?

- Why not?

You can't go without giving

my husband's life.

What? Can't l go?

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