Nee Kosam (English: For You) is a 1999 Indian Telugu-language romantic drama film produced by Ghanta Srinivasa Rao under the Kalpana Creations banner. This movie marks the debut of Srinu Vaitla as a director. The film features Ravi Teja and Maheswari in the lead roles. This is also the first collaboration between Ravi Teja and Srinu Vaitla. The music has been composed R. P. Patnaik. The film won four Nandi Awards.

Nee Kosam
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Directed bySrinu Vaitla
Written bySrinu Vaitla
Produced byGhanta Srinivas
CinematographyRam Prasad
Music by
Release date
  • 3 December 1999 (1999-12-03)
Running time
132 minutes


Sasirekha (Maheswari) is the daughter of a rich father (Jayaprakash Reddy), who is a strict disciplinarian and hates any kind of love affair. Ravi (Ravi Teja), an orphan, falls in love with Sasi and she also slowly develops feelings for Ravi. One day Ravi meets Sasi's father in the outskirts of the city and tells him all about his love. However, he is accidentally killed by Ravi in a scuffle. Sasi soon finds out that the real culprit is Ravi. Infuriated, she breaks up with him. Ravi, unable to bear the rejection, jumps from a hill. He escapes death, only to be told by the doctors that he is disabled and might be cured in the future if someone took care of him. In the climax, Sasi decides to stay with Ravi, who is nothing but a vegetable now, stating that what ever he did was just because of his love for her and she still is in love with him.


Box officeEdit

The movie was an average grosser at the box office, but went on to win 4 Nandi Awards.


Nandi Awards - 1999[1]


The soundtrack is composed by R. P. Patnaik. The audio rights of the soundtrack were purchased by Supreme Music.

Nee Kosam
Soundtrack album by
Released14 November 1999 (1999-11-14)
GenreFilm soundtrack
LabelSupreme Music
ProducerR. P. Patnaik

All music is composed by R. P. Patnaik.

Track list
1."Nee Kosam"Rajesh krishnan, Kausalya 
2."Maayo Emi Maayo"Mani Nagaraj, Kausalya 
3."I Too Love You Antu"Mani Nagaraj, Nihal 
4."Nee Kosam"R. P. Patnaik, Kausalya 
5."Maama Maama"R. P. Patnaik, Kausalya, Nihal 
6."Konte Baapu"Mano, Chitra 


  1. ^ "నంది అవార్డు విజేతల పరంపర (1964 - 2008)" [A series of Nandi Award Winners (1964 - 2008)] (PDF) (in Telugu). Information & Public Relations of Andhra Pradesh. 13 March 2010. p. 74. Retrieved 3 January 2021.

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