Ullasamga Utsahamga

Ullasamga Utsahamga (transl. Joyfully and energetically) is a 2008 Indian Telugu-language romantic comedy film written and directed by A. Karunakaran. The film stars Yasho Sagar and Sneha Ullal in their debut. With music composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar, the film was released on 25 July 2008. It was remade into Kannada as Ullasa Utsaha (2009).

Ullasanga Utsahanga
Release poster
Directed byA. Karunakaran
Written byChintapalli Ramana (Dialogues)
Screenplay byA. Karunakaran
Story byA. Karunakaran
Produced byG. S. Ranganath
B. P. Somu
StarringYasho Sagar
Sneha Ullal
CinematographyI. Andrew
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Music byG. V. Prakash Kumar
Amruth Amarnath Arts
Release date
18 July 2008
Running time
156 minutes
Budget40 million[1]


Dhanalakshmi alias Dhana is the only daughter of a landlord who has over 50 crore property. As she lost her mother in her childhood, her father marries another woman. However, Dhana faces neglect from her stepmother. After Dhana's father passes away, there is no one to console her, and the only friend who showed affection was Balaji. He too leaves her after she completes her schooling. After Dhana grew up, she bequeaths her father's property, and her mother eyes it and wanted to marry Dhana against her wishes. Then, Dhana escapes from her house and takes shelter in her friend's house in Hyderabad.

Aravind, the son of a garage owner, is a vagabond. He comes across Dhana and loses his heart to her. However, after a few encounters, Dhana gets caught by her stepmother, and when she is about take her away, Aravind helps her from the abduction with the help of police. This makes Dhana befriend Aravind, and she reveals her childhood friendship and tells him that she is in love with Balaji and cannot imagine any other in his place. After refusal, Aravind decides to seek employment in Kolkata. At the same time, Dhana also learns that Balaji is in Kolkata.

They both again meet in a train, and accidentally, Dhana misses the train during the journey. Aravind helps her reach Kolkata to meet Balaji. In the process, Aravind gets severely hurt in the hands of a criminal, who tries to implicate Dhana in a narcotics case. Later, Aravind takes Dhana to Balaji's house in Kolkata. Dhana's stepmother also reaches Kolkata and agrees for Dhana's marriage with Balaji. When the marriage is about to take place, Dhana realises that her stepmother enacted a drama and created a fake Balaji to impress Dhana. Again, Aravind comes to her rescue, and at that time, Dhana realizes that she is in love with Aravind. The film ends on a happy note.


Box officeEdit

The movie received positive reviews from both critics and the audience.[2] The movie was declared a blockbuster at the box office.[3][4]


Ullasamga Utsahamga
Soundtrack album by
Released7 May 2008
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelAditya Music
G. V. Prakash Kumar chronology
Ullasamga Utsahamga
Kuselan / Kathanayakudu

The soundtrack consisted of seven songs composed by G. V. Prakash. Lyrics were written by Anantha Sriram. The audio of the film was released on 7 May 2008. The song "Priyatama" was later reused for the Tamil film Saguni.

2."Dhannale Thalli"Rahul Nambiar04:55
3."Naa Prema"Karthik, Harini04:25
4."Lalipata"V. V. Prasanna03:10
5."Priyatama"Sonu Nigam06:01
6."Mata Matiki"Sayanora Philip, Rahul Nambiar, Karthik05:32
7."Chakori"Vasundhara Das, Benny Dayal04:45
Total length:33:20



  1. ^ "2008- Top 5 films at the box-office". Sify. Archived from the original on 2 June 2021. Retrieved 31 May 2021.
  2. ^ https://www.idlebrain.com/movie/archive/mr-ullasangautsahanga.html
  3. ^ Ullasanga Utsahanga is a good watch
  4. ^ Ullasamga Utsahamga (U) (2008)

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