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Annavaram is a 2006 Indian Telugu-language action drama film directed by Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao (of Suswagatham fame), and starring Pawan Kalyan, Asin, and Sandhya. Mega Supergood Films produced the film. The film is a remake of Tamil blockbuster film Thirupaachi directed by Perarasu starring Vijay in the lead role. The film released on 29 December 2006. The soundtrack of the film, released on 14 December 2006. The film was later dubbed into Hindi as Mere Badle Ki Aag in 2008.[1]

Annavaram
Annavaram poster.jpg
Directed byBhimaneni Srinivasa Rao
Produced byParas Jain
N.V. Prasad
Written byPerarasu
Abburi Ravi(dialogues)
StarringPawan Kalyan
Asin Thottumkal
Sandhya
Music byRamana Gogula
CinematographySethu Sriram
Edited byGowtham Raju
Distributed byDil Raju
Super Good Films
Usha Pictures
Release date
29 December 2006
Running time
174 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu
Budget160 million (US$2.3 million)
Box office230 million (US$3.3 million)(3weeks)

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PlotEdit

Varam (Sandhya) is Annavaram's (Pawan Kalyan) sister. Annavaram marries Varam off to Siva Balaji of Hyderabad. Aishwarya (Asin Thottumkal) is Siva Balaji's neighbor who likes Annavaram a lot. Tappas Balu (Ashish Vidyarthi) and Puranapool Ganga (Lal) are goons in the city. A threat from a goon to Siva Balaji makes Sandhya frightened. Siva Balaji's cousin Narasimha (Venu Madhav) gets killed at Golconda Fort by Ganga, only for Balu to be killed by Annavaram. Annavaram then kills Ganga and eliminates all the goons. The film ends on a happy note with the union of Annavaram, Aishwarya, and Varam.

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MusicEdit

Annavaram
Studio album by
Released
14 December 2006 (India)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Label
Aditya Music
ProducerRamana Gogula
Ramana Gogula chronology
Chinnodu
(2006)
Annavaram
(2006)
Yogi
(2007)

Ramana Gogula composed music for the film. The album was launched in stores on 14 December 2006. The film has five songs & a bit song (Film Version) composed by Ramana Gogula:

  • "Raakshasa Raajyam" - Shankar Mahadevan
  • "Lucia" - Ramana Gogula
  • "Jarra Soodu" - Tippu
  • "Neevalle Neevalle" - Kalyani
  • "Annayya Annavante" - Mano &Ganga
  • "Aa Devudu Naakosam" (Film Version) - K. S. Chithra

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "greatandhra.com". Pawan-Gogula combo makes 'Annavaram' a prized album. Archived from the original on 3 January 2007. Retrieved 28 December 2006.

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