Prema Kavali (English: I want Prema) is a 2011 Telugu action-romance film directed by K. Vijaya Bhaskar, with cinematography by Chota K. Naidu and produced by K. Atchi Reddy. The film features Aadi and Isha Chawla in the lead roles.
|Directed by||K. Vijaya Bhaskar|
|Produced by||K. Atchi Reddy|
|Written by||K. Vijaya Bhaskar|
|Music by||Anoop Rubens|
|Cinematography||Chota K. Naidu|
|Edited by||Gautham Raju|
Max India Productions
Aadi has won the Hyderabad Times award 2011 for Promising Newcomer Male, CineMAA Awards (2012) for Best Debut Actor of 2012, 59th Filmfare Awards South for Best Male Debut - South and SIIMA Award for Best Male Debut (Telugu) at 1st SIIMA. It ran for 100 days and was declared a Blockbuster.
Prema (Isha Chawla) is the darling daughter of an honest and strict police officer (Nassar), but she is currently being blackmailed by one person (Shafi). Prema’s tension catches the eye of her sister-in-law (Sindhu Tolani) and this reveals a flashback. The story is about Srinu (Aadi), Prema’s classmate and his love for her. However, Prema doesn’t respond to his love feelings, but becomes friends with him. But in an unexpected situation, Srinu kisses Prema and this makes her hate Srinu and that becomes the cause of her worries. Those photos are used by the blackmailer saying that he would mail them to her father. This makes Prema's sister-in-law go to Srinu's Home in Khammam, where Srinu returns from Training of N.C.C.. He, after listening the whole story, vows to solve all the problems and goes to Hyderabad.
Though initially it becomes difficult for Srinu to investigate, he later appoints a chain snatcher named Chain Raja (Ali) and tells him to follow her and give him updates. Meanwhile, it is revealed to the audience that the actual man behind this blackmail is Tagore (Dev Gill), a dreaded mafia don who wants a terrorist released from the prison on the orders of terrorist groups, whose in-charge is Prema's Father. Then Chain Raja watches Prema carrying a sum of money to an old house where the blackmailer is in disguise. He takes the sum of money, gives the photos, and cleverly gets the password of Prema's father's e-mail ID in which the terrorist's imprisonment details are held. Before Tagore's henchmen would snatch the photos from Prema, Srinu saves her and they burn the photos.
Later, Prema starts loving Srinu and Tagore implements an escape plan to make the terrorist get released from the prison. The whole blame is on Prema's father and he confronts Prema, which makes her confess the truth. Being the person loving her and as an N.C.C. trainee, Srinu dares to chase Tagore and the terrorist. In a fight, Srinu kills Tagore and the terrorist is sent to police custody. Later, Srinu goes to the place where he kissed Prema and finds her waiting for him. The film ends with a scene featuring Srinu and Prema confessing their love for each other.
|Soundtrack album by|
|Recorded||2010 - 2011|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Anup Rubens chronology|
The music of the film was composed by Anup Rubens. The audio was launched by Dasari Narayana Rao at Shilpakala Vedika on 9 January 2011. Actors Jayasudha, Manoj Manchu, Lakshmi Manchu, Sharwanand, Varun Sandesh, Bramhanandam and Sundeep Kishan attended the audio launch. The film unit gave away Rs 10 lakh as a donation to the medical aid of child patients at a cancer hospital. Veteran director S. V. Krishna Reddy launched the brochure of the film. Each song was introduced by an actor and guest who attended the audio launch.
|1.||"Dum Dum Dolu Baaje"||Ananta Sriram||Benny Dayal||5:10|
|2.||"Chirunavve Visirave"||Ananta Sriram||Vijay Prakash||4:04|
|3.||"Tolakari Chinukai"||Sahithi||Ranjith, Shreya Ghoshal||4:48|
|4.||"Listen To My Heart"||Bhuvana Chandra||Anuj, Anjana Sowmya||4:12|
|5.||"Manasanta Mukkalu Chesi"||Ananta Sriram||KK||4:13|
|6.||"Nuvve Nuvve Naa"||Ramajogayya Sastry||Chitra, Vijay Prakash||4:22|
|7.||"Chirunavve Visirave" (Remix)||Ananta Sriram||Vijay Prakash||3:55|
|8.||"Oh Baby Why Did You Have To Go Away" (English Version of Manasanta Mukkalu Chesi)||Vijay Prakash||Vijay Prakash||4:13|
- "The Hyderabad Times Film Awards 2011". The Times of India. 26 June 2012. Archived from the original on 18 July 2013.
- "The 59th Idea Filmfare Awards 2011(South)". The Times of India. 9 July 2012. Archived from the original on 4 July 2013.
- "'Prema Kavali' Celebrates 100 Days Function". IndiaGlitz. Retrieved 7 June 2011. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- "'Prema Kavali' Audio Released". IndiaGlitz. Retrieved 10 January 2011. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)