Nee Sneham (English: Your Friendship) is a 2002 Indian Telugu-language romance drama film directed by Paruchuri Murali and produced by M. S. Raju. The film stars Uday Kiran, Aarti Agarwal and Jatin Grewal. The film was a moderate hit and well received by family audiences. The screenplay and music tracks of the movie are highlights and stood for the movie's success. The music given by R. P. Patnaik was critical for the movie. Uday Kiran was nominated for the second time for the Filmfare Best Actor Award (Telugu) for his excellent natural and emotional performance.  It was remade in Bengali as Premi.
|Directed by||Paruchuri Murali|
|Produced by||M. S. Raju|
|Written by||M. S. Raju|
|Screenplay by||M. S. Raju|
|Music by||R. P. Patnaik|
|Cinematography||S. Gopal Reddy|
|Edited by||Krishna Reddy|
The film opens with Madhav (Uday Kiran) and Sreenu (Jatin Grewal) playing a football cup final in Kolkata. Madhav and Sreenu are best friends, football players, and neighbours. Subsequently, the team wins the cup.
A mishap happens when Sreenu tries to save Madhav from an accident. Madhav escapes with minor injuries, but Sreenu loses his leg. This puts an end to his football career. Sreenu, recovering from the incident, convinces Madhav not to tell anyone about the cause of Sreenu's accident. He does this to save the two families from drifting apart. Remembering his sacrifice, Madhav works hard and becomes the captain of the team, a post once held by Sreenu.
Once, while visiting Goa for a match, Madhav sees Amrutha (Arti Agarwal) and falls in love with her. When Amrutha returns to her house, she finds her grandparents fixing her marriage with an NRI. The marriage breaks apart when the father of the groom gets to know about Madhav's love for Amrutha. Her heartbroken grandfather dies a few days later, and Amrutha holds Madhav responsible for all these incidents and starts hating him.
Madhav tries to change her life by anonymously sending her gifts and money during her hardships. Amrutha desperately tries to find the person who was sending these to her. A few days later, during the festival of Holi, Amrutha mistakenly thinks Sreenu to be the sender of all the gifts and proposes him for marriage. Sreenu, not knowing about Madhav's love, agrees to the proposal. Madhav rushes to Sreenu's house, where he realises that the bride is no one else but Amrutha.
Madhav sacrifices his love for his best friend's happiness. He tries to burn the photos of him and Amrutha in Goa, but he is seen by his father. His father gets to know the truth, but Madhav convinces him not to tell anyone.
Madhav decides to leave the town so that the marriage goes on smoothly. He fakes a letter asking him to report to Delhi for national football team selection. Sreenu asks him to leave immediately and to fulfill both of their dreams. Madhav, instead of going to Delhi, flies to Mumbai.
Meanwhile, Sreenu's father learns about the photograph and Amrutha is questioned about their relationship. Amrutha realises that it was Madhav, and not Sreenu, who helped her. Sreenu and Amrutha leave for Mumbai. The film ends with Amrutha and Madhav getting together and Sreenu walking away with satisfaction.
- Uday Kiran as Madhav
- Aarti Agarwal as Amrutha
- Jatin Grewal as Seenu
- K Vishwanath as Amrutha's grandfather
- Giri Babu as Madhav's father
- Sudeepa Pinky as Madhav's sister
- Ali as a cook
- Ajay a college student
- Sivaji Raja
- Hema as Amrutha's sister
- Sudha as Madhav's mother
- Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao as Seenu's father
- Rajesh as Madhav's friend
- Dharmavarapu Subramanyam as football coach
- Kaushal Manda as Madhav's friend
- Chitram Seenu as Madhav's friend
- Sangeeta as Seenu's mother
|Soundtrack album by|
|Producer||R. P. Patnaik|
|1.||"Ooruko Hrudayama"||K. K.||3:32|
|2.||"Veyi Kannulatho"||R. P. Patnaik||2:20|
|3.||"Konthakalam Kindata"||R. P. Patnaik, Rajesh||4:55|
|4.||"Yeppatiki" (Veyi Kannulatho)||R. P. Patnaik, Usha||3:23|
|5.||"Yemo Aunemo"||Rajesh, Usha||4:53|
|6.||"Ila Choodu"||Rajesh, Usha||4:52|
|8.||"Yemo Aunemo" (Humming)||Usha||1:40|
|9.||"Auditorium" (Music Bit)||R. P. Patnaik||2:26|