Ammaye Navvithe

Ammaye Navvithe (transl. If The Girl Laughs) is a 2001 Telugu-language comedy film produced by V. Anand Prasad under the Sudha Art Productions banner and directed by V. Jyoti Kumar.[1] It stars Rajendra Prasad, Bhavana and music composed by M. M. Srilekha. The film was recorded as a flop at the box office.[2]

Ammaye Navvithe
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Movie Poster
Directed byV. Jyoti Kumar
Screenplay byJaladanki Sudhakar
Story byUdayraj
Produced byV. Anand Prasad
StarringRajendra Prasad
Bhavana
CinematographyN. V. Suresh Kumar
Edited byMurali-Rammaiah
Music byM. M. Srilekha
Production
company
Sudha Art Productions
Release date
  • 9 November 2001 (2001-11-09)
Running time
129 mins
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

PlotEdit

Sundaram (Rajendra Prasad) is an unemployed guy in the village of Talamanchi, ruled by Seshadri Naidu (Ranganath), a feudal-era chieftain of his tribute. There is a Hindi lecturer post vacant in the college of Naidu and Sundaram wants that. Naidu is a glorified ruffian, and his protectiveness towards women actually makes it seem like a vice. He banishes people from the village for helping young lovers unite, makes college students start with an oath every day that all women are their sisters, pronounces the death sentence on men who attempt to outrage women, and generally makes himself look like some sort of extremist. Sundaram gets the job by some clever manipulation and then does the unthinkable; he starts wooing Sireesha (Bhavana), a very intelligent girl, the daughter of Naidu. He thinks that whoever woos her deserves her, and you lose your last shred of sympathy for Sundaram. Of course, Naidu finds out Sundaram's designs and issues him an ultimatum, that if in 15 days he cannot get Sirisha to say I Love You, he'll be dead. The remaining story is whether Sundaram will be successful in gaining Sirisha's love.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

Ammaye Navvithe
Film score by
Released2001
GenreSoundtrack
Length23:42
LabelTips Music
ProducerM. M. Srilekha
M. M. Srilekha chronology
Preminchu
(2001)
Ammaye Navvithe
(2001)
Parasuram
(2002)

Music composed by M. M. Srilekha. Music released on TIPS Music Company.[3]

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Kokko Kodipetta"SwetanagaHarini4:08
2."Ninna Ledhu Monna Ledhu"Kula ShekharRamana, M. M. Srilekha4:26
3."ABCD"SwetanagaRavi Varma, M. M. Srilekha4:05
4."Chinni Krishnudochadu"Jaladanki SudhakarS. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Rajendra Prasad, Ramana, Sunitha3:22
5."Yamunathire Yamayama"SwetanagaS. P. Balasubrahmanyam, M. M. Srilekha3:18
6."Dandalayya"Jaladanki SudhakarS. P. Balasubrahmanyam4:23

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ammaye Navvithe Review". Fullhyd.com.
  2. ^ "Telugu Cinema - Review - Ammaye Navvite - Rajendra Prasad, Bhavana - MM Srilekha - V Jyoti Kumar".
  3. ^ "Ammaye Navvithe Songs". Cineradham.

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