Ranam (2006 film)

Ranam (English: War) is a 2006 Indian Telugu-language action comedy film produced by Pokuri Babu Rao by on Eetharam Films banner and directed by Amma Rajasekhar. It stars Gopichand and Kamna Jethmalani in the lead roles and features music composed by Mani Sharma. The film recorded as Super Hit at the box office. The film is the first debut to Choreographer Amma Rajasekhar as director. The film was remade into Oriya as Mahanayak and in Kannada as Bhadra. The film was dubbed into Tamil as Stalin, Malayalam as the same title and in Hindi as Surya Jalta Nahi Jalata Hai by Goldmines Telefilms in 2007. The film recorded as a box office success and ran for 100 days and praised for its comedy timing and acting performances.

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Directed byAmma Rajasekhar
Produced byPokuri Babu Rao
Written byMarudhuri Raja (dialogues)
Screenplay byAmma Rajasekhar
Story byAmma Rajasekhar
Kamna Jethmalani
Music byMani Sharma
CinematographyCh. Ramana Raju
Edited byGautham Raju
Eetharam Films
Release date
  • 10 February 2006 (2006-02-10)
Running time
145 minutes


Chinna (Gopichand) is a rural character of a young man, naughty and indifferent. His father (Chandra Mohan) is always concerned about his future. He has two brothers who show no such mischief in their behavior. Chinna moves to the city for college and in the very first act, he starts fooling around and teasing the girls in the college in the name of ragging. A girl named Maheswari (Kamna Jethmalani) starts admiring him. He has a gang of friends, and there is a mandatory Principal (Dharmavarapu Subramanyam) who always keeps himself at the receiving end of student mischief.

Mahi's elder brother Bhagavathi (Biju Menon) is the don of the place with his goondas hovering over the city taking people to ransom. They even enter the college campus and had a clash with students. Chinna takes them to task and insists that they should apologize for the damage they had done. Back at home Bhagavati wonders at the way, the lone student in the college, Chinna, drove his men out of the campus. He himself comes to see him and orders him to leave the place and go back to his village. By then his daughter started loving this young man. Chinna says he belongs to a village near Ongole and studied there. Mahi's grandmother (Rama Prabha), who also belongs to Ongole, is impressed with him, but Bhagavati develops hatred against him. He finds Chinna still staying in the city and threatens him again with dire consequences. However, Chinna goes back to the village for a month stay and takes Mahi along with him when Bhagavathi is laid in the hospital bed with an injury Chinna made, earlier on his throat. Mahi likes the rural atmosphere and Chinna's family members to develop affection for this girl.

Now Bhagavati wants to settle the score by kidnapping his father and brothers. As he plans to do that, they stroll into Bhagavati's house as strangers and even enjoy his hospitality. Only then Bhagavati realizes that these are the men whom his men are in search. Chinna notices his family members being chased by Bhagavati and his men. He goes to their rescue. How he finally corners Bhagavati and how the two face each other and wage a funny bet and how the young man wins it and also the girl's hand forms the rest of the story.[1]



Film score by
Released18 January 2006
LabelAditya Music
ProducerMani Sharma
Mani Sharma chronology

Music composed by Mani Sharma. All songs are hit tracks. Music released on ADITYA Music Company. All tracks recorded, mixed and mastered by SV Ranjit

1."Cheli Jabili"KandikondaNaveen, Suchitra4:35
2."Varevva"Suddala Ashok TejaMallikarjun, Mahalakshmi Iyer4:35
3."Hey Chinna"Bhasha SriTippu, Anuradha Sriram4:04
4."Bulligownu"Bhasha SriJassie Gift5:36
5."Nallanimabbu"Bhasha SriVardhini4:38
6."Gana Gana"ChandraboseKK, Sangeetha3:37
Total length:27:26

Box Office performanceEdit

  • The film had a 100-day run in 24 centres.[1]


  1. ^ "Review". Cinejosh.

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