Neeku Nenu Naaku Nuvvu

Neeku Nenu Naaku Nuvvu is a 2003 Telugu romantic comedy film starring Uday Kiran and Shriya Saran in the lead roles,[1][2] directed by Raja Sekhar. Krishnam Raju, Suman, Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao, Ravi Babu, Brahmanandam, Krishna Mohan, Kakarala, Sujatha, Meena Kumari, and Jyothi play supporting roles in this film.

Neeku Nenu Naaku Nuvvu
Directed byRaja Sekhar
Produced byD. Suresh Babu
Written byParuchuri Brothers
StarringUday Kiran
Shriya Saran
Krishnam Raju
Suman
Music byR. P. Patnaik
CinematographyN.K. Ekambaram
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Production
company
Release date
  • 15 August 2003 (2003-08-15)
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

PlotEdit

Raghavaiah (Krishnam Raju), a rich industrialist has a daughter (Meena Kumari). Raghavaiah helps Prasad (Suman) who was the son of Raghavaiah's deceased employee by funding his studies. Prasad falls in love with Raghavaiah's daughter and elopes with her to London and settles there. They have a daughter called Seetu alias Seeta Lakshmi.

Raghavaiah adopts a boy from an orphanage and names him Anand. Raghavaiah has excessive hatred towards love marriages because of his daughter's elopement. In the meantime, Raghavaiah's daughter dies due to illness. After a few years, Prasad and Seetu (Shriya Saran) return to Hyderabad where she meets Anand (Uday Kiran) who is very loyal to his adopted father. Seetu and Anand fall in love.

What happens when Raghavaiah comes to know that his loyal and truthful son is in love with the daughter of those who hurt him forms the crux of the story.

CastEdit

CrewEdit

SoundtrackEdit

No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Naa Chirunamaa"Rajesh, K. S. Chithra 
2."Premakanna Goppadinka"Shankar Mahadevan, K. S. Chithra 
3."Gummaare Gummaare"K.K, Usha 
4."Telugu Bhasha"S. P. B. Charan 
5."Pellade Teeralannaru"S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra 
6."Nenu Neekevarani"Karthik, Usha 
7."Goal Goal"Udit Narayan, Usha 

AwardsEdit

51st Filmfare Awards South
Nandi Awards

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Uday Kiran Birth Anniversary: 8 foot-tapping numbers of Tollywood's "heartthrob"". The Times of India. Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  2. ^ http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2003/08/18/stories/2003081801130400.htm
  3. ^ http://www.idlebrain.com/news/2000march20/nandiawards2003.html

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