Nuvvu Nenu is a 2001 Indian Telugu-language romantic drama film directed by Teja who co-wrote it with Dasaradh. The film stars Uday Kiran and Anita while Sunil, Banerjee, Tanikella Bharani, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, and Telangana Shakuntala play the supporting roles.
|Produced by||P. Kiran|
|Music by||R. P. Patnaik|
Ravi is the son of a multimillionaire in Hyderabad. Vasundhara is the daughter of a milk supplier. Ravi and Vasundhara study in the same college. The film starts with Vasundhara showing hatred towards Ravi, as he is a sportsman who is not good at studies. Over a period of time, her hatred turns into love. Finally, he falls in love with her too, but their parents do not agree to their marriage. Their parents plan to avoid their marriage by giving the couple a clause that they should not meet each other for one year. If their love remains even after one year then their parents will agree to their marriage.
Ravi's father puts him under house arrest in Mumbai. while Vasundhara's father takes her to his hometown and arranges her marriage with another man. However both Ravi and Vasundara manage to escape. The rest of the story is about how the pair unites against all odds.
- Uday Kiran as Ravi
- Anita Hassanandani as Vasundhara
- Sunil as College Youth
- Banerjee as Killer
- Tanikella Bharani
- Radhika Chaudhari as Priya
- Supriya Karnik as Rajendar's friend
- M. S. Narayana as Principal
- Ahuti Prasad as Police officer
- Rallapalli as Caretaker
- Dharmavarapu Subramanyam as Accounts lecturer
- Vizag Prasad as Rajendra
- Telangana Shakuntala
Teja contacted Madhavan's spokesperson to sign the actor for the lead role in his film. However, his spokesperson denied the offer citing Madhavan's disinterest in acting in Telugu films. Thus, the role went to Uday Kiran.
The music was composed by R. P. Patnaik.
|1.||"Gaajuvaka Pilla"||Kulasekhar||R.P. Patnaik, Chorus|
|2.||"Priyatama"||Kulasekhar||Charan, Usha, Chorus|
|3.||"Ayyayyo"||Kulashekhar||Ravi Varma, Usha, Chorus|
|4.||"Nuvvu Nenu"||Kulasekhar||KK, Usha|
|7.||"Naa Gundelo"||Kulasekhar||Sandeep, Usha, Chorus|
|8.||"Nuvve Naku Pranam"||Kulasekhar||K.K., Usha, Chorus|
|Award[a]||Date of ceremony[b]||Category||Recipient(s)||Result||Ref.|
|Filmfare Awards South||20 April 2002||Best Film – Telugu||Nuvvu Nenu||Won|||
|Best Director – Telugu||Teja||Won|
|Best Actor – Telugu||Uday Kiran||Won|
|Best Music Director – Telugu||R. P. Patnaik||Won|
|Nandi Awards||19 October 2002||Best Director||Teja||Won|||
|Best Character Actor||Tanikella Bharani||Won|
|Best Male Comedian||Sunil||Won|
|Best Cinematographer||Rasool Ellore||Won|
|Best Music Director||R. P. Patnaik||Won|
- Awards are in Alphabetical order.
- Date is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
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