Jayam (2002 film)

Jayam (English: Victory) is a 2002 Indian Telugu-language romantic action drama film produced and directed by Teja on Chitram Movies banner. Starring Nithiin, Sadha, and Gopichand in the lead roles and music composed by R. P. Patnaik. The film recorded as Blockbuster at box office and became a trendsetter.[1] It was remade by M. Raja in Tamil with the same title in 2003.

Jayam
Jayam Poster.jpg
Movie poster
Directed byTeja
Produced byTeja
Written byTeja
(story / screenplay / dialogues)
StarringNithiin
Sadha
Gopichand
Music byR. P. Patnaik
CinematographySameer Reddy
Edited byShankar
Production
company
Chitram Movies
Release date
  • 14 June 2002 (2002-06-14)
Running time
152 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

PlotEdit

The story is centered in a village. The parents of first cousins Sujatha(Sadha) and Raghu(T. Gopichand) decide that the kids would get married to one another when they grow up. Raghu is seen to be arrogant and negatively shaded since young. He smokes and steals money from his father gamble. Once when Raghu attacks Sujatha's classmate when he helps her, Sujatha breaks all bonds with Raghu. When Raghu's family move to another village, Sujatha and Raghu do not even say goodbye to each other. Meanwhile, Raghu's father gifts Sujatha with silver anklets and requests her to never remove them to which obliges. Several years pass by. Raghu and Sujatha are farly distanced. Sujatha grows up to be a beautiful teenage girl whereas Raghu becomes a rogue and a womanizer. Everytime his mother speaks of Sujatha, he feels disgusted. He goes to the extent of sleeping with his servant.

Meanwhile, Sujatha goes to college where she meets Venkat (Nithiin). Venkat is from an extremely poor family and does small jobs to survive his only mother, and pay money to the money lender. He has a decent group of friends and they are classmates with Sujatha. Venkat has an instant crush for Sujatha, while Sujatha does not reciprocate. Venkat asks Sujatha to come to the temple festival to which she denies. But in the end, Sujatha comes, indicating that she is in love with Venkat. Venkat and Sujatha start dating and communicate with each other on the train by writing to each other on the black board at the side of the train.

Once, when building up the courage to board the same compartment in the train as Venkat, Sujatha is spotted by the family astrologer. She goes home scared and as she had expected, the astrologer had told Sujatha's father. Her father tells her that she would be married to Raghu just like decided years ago. Sujatha protests but her father stays firms. This results in Sujatha dropped out from college and staying at home.

Raghu comes for the engagement reluctantly (still thinking their childhood encounter), but instantly falls for her the moment he sees her. He warns Sujatha that she would never go away and get married to him in the end. They both are engaged. Sujatha has a Younger sister Kalyani who turns out to be the messenger between her and Venkat. She give message to Venkat to meet Sujatha at temple. The whole family go to the temple after the engagement and there Sujatha sees Venkat waiting for her. She is spotted talking to Venkat by Raghu and his gang and they mercilessly beat him up. Traumatized, Sujatha runs to her father but Raghu indirectly warns her family that things would turn out wrong if Venkat is seen anywhere near Sujatha.

He then mysteriously comes into Raghu's home and writes that he would be the one marrying Sujatha in the end, in blood, triggering Raghu. Fearing that Venkat would come and take Sujatha away, Raghu sends his men to Venkat's house. They trash the whole house and the things inside, sparing his mother. His mother tells Venkat's friends that he should come back with Sujatha and if he does not, she herself would kill him. Same thing happens in Sujatha's home on their wedding day he writes he will take Sujatha at 7:00 Clock. Raghu in a rush, asks the family to hurry and complete the wedding. Sujatha goes into the room to change but in reality, she is waiting for Venkat, after seeing his message on the wall. Raghu comes and breaks open the door and at the same time, Venkat comes through the roof and rescues Sujatha.

Angered and defeated, Raghu goes after the couple and a chase ensues which results in Venkat getting wounded by Raghu. The couple and Venkat's friend who helped them, escape in the train with the help of the conductor. But Raghu enters the train with his men and the couple escape to the roof, where they are cornered. To save themselves, they jump off the train and roll down to a forest. To their shock, Raghu and his men come there as well. After gaining Confidence from Sujatha he fights with Raghu. Raghu is defeated in a face-to-face combat with Venkat, and Venkat marries Sujatha

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

Jayam
Film score by
Released2002
GenreSoundtrack
Length42:05
LabelAditya Music
ProducerR. P. Patnaik
R. P. Patnaik chronology
Santosham
(2002)
Jayam
(2002)
Sreeram
(2002)

Music composed by R. P. Patnaik. Lyrics was penned by Kulasekhar. All songs are blockbusters. Music released on ADITYA Music Company.

No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Veeri Veeri"R. P. Patnaik, Chorus3:32
2."Bandi Bandi"Ravi Varma, Balaji, R.P. Patnaik, Chorus5:35
3."Enduko (Male)"R.P. Patnaik4:52
4."Nestama"R.P. Patnaik, Usha1:24
5."Priyatama"R.P. Patnaik, Usha5:02
6."Gorantha Deepam"R.P. Patnaik, Gayatri1:01
7."Evvaru Emanna"R.P. Patnaik, Usha4:05
8."Enduko (Female)"Usha4:49
9."Raanu Raanu"Teja, Usha, R.P. Patnaik4:48
10."Prema O Prema"K.K.3:25
11."Dushkaram"Group Song1:09
12."Jayam"Group Song1:51
Total length:42:05

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Heading". idlebrain.com.

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