Chandamama (2007 film)

Chandamama (Telugu: చందమామ, English translation: Moon) is a 2007 Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi starring Navdeep and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles and Siva Balaji, Sindhu Menon, Nagababu in crucial roles. The movie is produced by C. Kalyan and S. Vijayanand, the musical score is provided by K. M. Radha Krishnan and the base story by Akula Venkat. Popular actress Charmme Kaur gave her voice to Kajal Aggarwal. The film has garnered the state Nandi Award for Akkineni Award for Best Home-viewing Feature Film. The film was remade under the name A Aa E Ee in Tamil by AVM Productions. The movie won critical acclaim upon release and was a blockbuster at the box office, with critics mainly praising Kajal's and Navdeep's performances.

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Directed byKrishna Vamsi
Produced byC.Kalyan & S Vijayanand
Kajal Aggarwal
Siva Balaji
Sindhu Menon
Music byK. M. Radha Krishnan
CinematographyPrasad Murella
Release date
  • 6 September 2007 (2007-09-06)
Running time
156 mins


Ranga Rao (Nagababu) a widower, landlord, and well-respected man, loves his beloved daughter Mahalakshmi (Kajal Aggarwal), a sweet, intelligent, innocent, and somewhat fun-loving girl who loves her father as much as he loves her, more than anything else. His brother also has a daughter Rani (Sindhu Menon) and a son (Satyam Rajesh). Rani is like a sister to Mahalakshmi and a second daughter to Ranga Rao. Rani is a hyper, whiny, talkative but fun-loving, sweet girl. When Mahalakshmi returns from college, Ranga Rao realizes that she has grown up and decides to fix her marriage with Dhorababu (Siva Balaji), an innocent, good-natured and rather shy boy.

After the engagement, Mahalakshmi reveals to Dhorababu that in the city, she had fallen in love with Kishore (Navdeep), a mischievous and amiable youth. After spending the night with her, he made it clear that he was not interested in marrying her. Mahalakshmi says that she did not want to lie and cheat Dhorababu, because she knows he is good and deserves better. Dhorababu goes to meet Kishore, where he learns it was all a prank and that Kishore actually loves Mahalakshmi. He fakes an accident and brings Kishore to the village under the pretense of a doctor. Mahalakshmi forgives Kishore. Finding out the secret, Rani falls in love with Dhorababu and vice versa. They dare not tell anyone, however.

Ranga Rao misunderstands their feelings and fixes Rani's marriage with Kishore, to take place at the same time as Mahalakshmi's with Dhorababu. The four youngsters decide the only way left is to elope, though Mahalakshmi has mixed feelings about this, as she feels it would hurt her father. At the last minute, Mahalakshmi cannot go through with it and tearfully confesses the truth to her father. Luckily, Ranga Rao understands and has the girls marry their respective lovers.



Soundtrack album to Chandamama
  • 20 August 2007 (2007-08-20)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelSupreme Music
ProducerK. M. Radha Krishnan
Siddu from Sikakulam

Music of Chandamama was launched on 20 August 2007 in a live telecasting of a private TV channel. This launch was attended by the cast and crewmembers of the film. K. M. Radha Krishnan composed the music.[1] Krishna Vamsi released the audio and handed over the first cassette to producer C Kalyan. Supreme Music bought the audio rights.[2]

Track list
1."Regumullole"Suddala Ashok TejaKarthik
M. M. Srilekha
Noel (Rap)
2."Bugge Bangaarama"Peddada MurthyRajesh Krishnan04:32
3."Ghallu Ghallumantu"VanamaliKarunya
Gayatri Iyer
4."Nalo Voohalaku"Anantha SreeramAsha Bhosle
K. M. Radha Krishnan
5."Sakkubaayine"Lakshmi BhupalJassie Gift
Mamta Mohandas
6."Mukkupai Muddupettu"Sai SriharshaHaricharan
Sujatha Mohan
Total length:27:28


Year Film Language Cast Director
2009 A Aa E Ee Tamil Navdeep, Monica, Aravind Akash, Saranya Mohan S. D. Sabapathy
2009 Chellidaru Sampigeya Kannada Prashanth, Vishal, Bianca Desai S. Narayan

Box officeEdit

The film was highly successful at the box office and completed a 100-day run on 18 December 2007.[3]

Television RightsEdit

The Television rights of the film was sold to ZEE.


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