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Nee Jathaga Nenundali (English: A star is born) [1] is a 2014 Telugu romantic musical drama film directed by Jaya Ravindra. It is an official remake of 2013 Hindi film Aashiqui 2 , which in turn is an adaptation of A star is born 1937'. The name is taken from the song of the same name from the 2014 film, Yevadu. Sachiin J Joshi, Nazia Hussain and Rao Ramesh are in lead roles.

Nee Jathaga Nenundali
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Directed byJaya Ravindra
Produced byBandla Ganesh
Written byShagufta Rafique
StarringSachiin J Joshi
Nazia Hussain
Music byMithoon
Jeet Gannguli
Ankit Tiwari
CinematographyA. Vasanth
Production
company
Release date
  • 22 August 2014 (2014-08-22)
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

The film received mixed responses from public.

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PlotEdit

Raghava Jairam (Sachiin J Joshi) – a successful singer and musician whose career is waning because of his alcohol addiction – is on stage in Goa when his performance is interrupted by his rival Varun (Aadarsh Balakrishna). After a fight, Raghav leaves the venue and drives to a local bar, where he meets Gayathri Nandan (Nazia), a bar singer who idolises him. Seeing her looking at a photograph of Lata Mangeshkar in the bar, and impressed by her voice, Raghava promises to transform her into a singing sensation, and asks her never to perform again in bars. Gayathri leaves her job and returns to Hyderabad with Raghav, who convinces record producer Suresh (Rao Ramesh) to meet her. Raghava is attacked and injured by some thugs, and his manager Vivek (Shashank) prevents the news being leaked to the media; instead he spreads the story that Raghav has left the country to perform abroad. After two months of unsuccessfully attempting to contact Raghav, a broken Gayathri is forced to sing in bars again. Meanwhile, Raghav recovers from his injuries and starts searching for Gayathri. He learns that Vivek had ignored her calls without informing him. Raghav apologises to Gayathri and fires Vivek, and they meet Suresh to sign a recording agreement. Raghav begins to train Gayathri, who becomes a successful playback singer. When gossip spreads that Raghav is using her as a servant, he relapses into alcohol addiction. Gayathri comforts him and they spend the night together. Despite her mother's disapproval, she moves in with Raghav and things go well until his addiction worsens, causing him to become aggressive and violent. Gayathri attempts to rehabilitate Raghav, sacrificing her singing career in doing so. After Suresh reminds them about their dream of Gayathri becoming a successful singer, Raghav tells her to focus on her work. During Gayathri's stage show, Raghav meets a journalist who accuses him of using Gayathri for pleasure and money. Raghav beats up the journalist and starts drinking. He ends up in jail, and Gayathri comes to bail him out. Raghav overhears Gayathri telling Suresh that she is going to give up her career because Raghav is more important to her. He sees that he has become a burden and that leaving her is his only option to save her. The next day, he bids her farewell by assuring her that he will change his lifestyle and dies in a road accident. Distraught by Raghav's death, Gayathri decides to give up her career but Vivek persuades her to stay, reminding her that Raghav wanted her to become a successful singer and killed himself because he did not want to be an obstacle in the path of her success. Gayathri agrees, and returns to singing. After four years she is shown with her 4-year-old son, whose name is Raghava Jairam.

Cast and crewEdit

DevelopmentEdit

The main purpose of remaking Aashiqui 2 is to give this hit musical love story in Telugu to Telugu audience with a local sentiment, especially those who don’t watch Hindi movies or other language movies. Started shooting in April 2014, the movie is all set to release on 15 August 2014.

FilmingEdit

The movie was filmed within a short period of time. Most of the film's shooting was in Hyderabad, while few scenes and songs are shot in Goa and Poland. The film's audio was launched on 14 June 2014 and the makers are planning to release the film on 15 August 2014 on Independence day.

SoundtrackEdit

The film's audio launched on 14 June 2014.

No.TitleLyricsMusicSinger(s)Length
1."Premante Emito (Aasan Nahi Yahan)"Chandra BoseJeet GannguliSharib Sabri 
2."Kshaminchave Cheli (Bhula Dena)"Chandra BoseJeet GannguliSreerama Chandra Mynampati 
3."Nijamaa Kaada (Chahun Main Ya Naa)"Chandra BoseJeet GannguliAbhay Jodhpurkar, Palak Muchhal 
4."Ee Pichchey Premani (Hum Mar Jayenge)"Chandra BoseJeet GannguliPalak Muchhal, Mynampati Sreerama Chandra 
5."Kanabadunaa (Piya Aayena)"Chandra BoseJeet GannguliKK, Arpita Chakraborty 
6."Pranama Naa Pranama (Tum Hi Ho)"Chandra BoseMithoonArijit Singh 
7."Manase Pedavina (Meri Aashiqui)"Chandra BoseMithoonArpita Chakraborty, Aijit Singh 
8."Vintunnavva Nestham (Male) (Sunn Raha Hai)"Chandra BoseAnkit TiwariAnkit Tiwari 
9."Vintunnavva Nestham (Female) (Sunn Raha Hai)"Chandra BoseAnkit TiwariShreya Ghoshal 

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Nee Jathaga Nenundali Review". Filmcircle.com. Archived from the original on 26 August 2014. Retrieved 22 August 2014.

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