Premante Idera

Premante Idera (transl. This is love) is an Indian Telugu-language romantic drama film released in 1998, produced by Burugupalli Siva Rama Krishna and K. Ashok Kumar under the Sri Lakshmi Venteswara Art Films banner, directed by Jayanth C. Paranjee. It stars Venkatesh and Preity Zinta, with music composed by Ramana Gogula. It is his first film as music director. The film was recorded as a Super Hit at the box office. It was dubbed into Tamil as Nesikiren and in Hindi as Dulhan Dilwale Ki in 2001. It was remade in Kannada as O Premave with Ravichandran.It was Zinta's debut telugu film.[1][2]

Premante Idera
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Theatrical poster
Directed byJayanth C. Paranjee
Produced byBurugupalli Siva Rama Krishna,
K.Ashok Kumar
Written byParuchuri Brothers (dialogues)
Story byDeenaraj
Preity Zinta
Music byRamana Gogula
Raj (background score)
CinematographyJayanan Vincent
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Sri Lakshmi Venteswara Art Films
Release date
  • 30 October 1998 (1998-10-30)
Running time
168 minutes


Murali (Venkatesh) and his friends go to a village to attend their friend`s marriage. There Murali meets a girl Shailu (Preity Zinta), the bridegroom's friend, they begin to have fun and join in with the festivities and Murali is captivated by her attitude and beauty. Soon both fall in love, but Murali soon finds out that she is to be married to a police officer Muralidhar (Srihari).

Murali puts on a brave face for the ceremony but hopes that something or someone will be able to stop the ceremony. He does everything he can to stop the marriage, he even tries to convince Shailu's joint family. Finally, the movie ends with the approval of Venktramayya (Ranganath) for their marriage.



Premante Idera
Film score by
LabelAditya Music
ProducerRamana Gogula
Ramana Gogula chronology
Premante Idera
Premante Idera

Music composed by Ramana Gogula. All songs are blockbusters. Music released on ADITYA Music Company.

1."Nizam Babulu"ChandraboseMano, Swarnalatha4:32
2."Nalo Unna Prema"Sirivennela Seetarama SastrySP Balu, Chitra4:43
3."Vayasa Chusuko"Sirivennela Seetarama SastrySP Balu, Chitra4:59
4."Manase Edhuru Thirige"Sirivennela Seetarama SastrySP Balu, Chitra4:49
5."Yemo Ekkadundho"Sirivennela Seetarama SastrySP Balu, Chitra2:12
6."O Meri Bul Bul Thara"ChandraboseRamana Gogula5:10
7."Bombai Bomma"ChandraboseRamana Gogula4:10
8."Theme Music"InstrumentalRamana Gogula1:01
Total length:32:17

TamilDubbed VersionAll lyrics are written by Palani Bharathi; all music is composed by Ramana Gogula.

1."Raja Rajanin"Mano, Swarnalatha4:32
2."Kaadhal Undhan Perai"SP Balu, Sujatha4:43
3."Naesikkiren Unnai Naan"SP Balu, Swarnalatha4:59
4."Manasil"SP Balu, Sujatha4:49
5."Yengo Yenkiruntho"SP Balu2:12
6."O Meri Bul Bul Thara"Suresh Peters5:10
7."Pallakku"Mano, Ganga4:10
8."Theme Music"Ramana Gogula1:01
Total length:32:17

Box officeEdit

The film had collected a distributors' share of Rs.85 million in its complete theatrical run.[3]


  1. ^ Dawar, Ramesh (1 January 2006). Bollywood: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. Star Publications. p. 92. ISBN 978-1-9058-630-13. Archived from the original on 3 January 2014.
  2. ^ Kanoria, Nitya. "8 Bollywood actors you didn't know, featured in South Indian films". Cosmopolitan. Retrieved 25 April 2020.
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