Little Soldiers

Little Soldiers

Infobox Film
name = Little Soldiers

caption =
director = Gangaraju Gunnam
producer = Gangaraju Gunnam
writer = Gangaraju Gunnam
narrator =
starring = Kavya
Aditya Y.S.
Giri babu
Rohini Hattangadi
Kota Srinivasa Rao
Ramesh Aravind
music = Srinivas K.
cinematography =
editing =
distributor = Font Films
released = February, 1996
runtime =
country = India
language = Telugu
budget =
preceded_by =
followed_by =
website =
amg_id =
imdb_id = 0266727
"Little Soldiers" is a Telugu children's movie relased in February, 1996, produced and directed by Gangaraju Gunnam, which won many awards , including Andhra Pradesh state government Nandi award.


It is the story of two naughty kids who are orphaned in an accident and are forced to live with their new guardian, the strict disciplinarian and army man - their grandfather. They have never seen him before due to differences between their parents and the grandpa. They get to have a first hand experience of the reason for these differences.

While the plot is sad and very sympathy evoking, the movie itself is very light hearted to a large extent, and is a continuous laugh riot. The children's performances are especially noteworthy.

How the grandpa and the children eventually warm up to each other, and the various troubles that the cook and other family members go through trying to raise the children make for a very interesting and fun viewing.


Kavya ... Bunny (as Baby Kavya)
Aditya Y.S. ... Sunny (as Master Aditya)
Giri babu ... Seshagiri
Rohini Hattangadi ... Rajeshwari Devi
Kota Srinivasa Rao ... Major Harishchandra Prasad
Heera Rajgopal ... Anitha
Ramesh Aravind ... Aravind


The soundtrack of the movie is decent and more in the funny, talking mode unlike the norm.

Playback Singers

Ram Chakravarthi
Srinivas K.
M.M. Srilekha


*The film won the Best Child Artist award for Kavya


*National Film Award for Best Child Artist

External links

* [ Listen Little Soldiers Songs]

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