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Life is beautiful
Directed by Srinu Vaitla
Produced by Ramoji Rao
Written by Srinu Vaitla
Chintapalli Ramana (Dialogues)
Starring Aakash
Rekha Vedavyas
Tanu Roy
Tanikella Bharani,
Music by Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematography Sameer Reddy
Distributed by Mayuri
Release dates
September 2001
Country India
Language Telugu

Anandam (English: Happiness) is a 2001 Telugu romance film, directed by Srinu Vaitla and starred Jai Akash and Rekha Vedavyas in lead roles.[1] The music of the film is composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film was remade into Tamil as Inidhu Inidhu Kaadhal Inidhu and Kannada as Ananda, all the three versions being produced by Ramoji Rao.[2]


Kiran (Akaash) and Aishwarya (Rekha Vedavyas) have been neighbours for 20 years in Hyderabad. They study in the same college and immensely hate each other. When their hatred continues, Rekha's parents shift to Ooty. There, Aishwarya finds an unopened greeting card in her room which is addressed to Deepika (Tanu Roy). Through her enquiry Rekha tries to know about deepika's whereabouts but her trials go in vain. Somehow she meets deepika's college mate who is her best friend those days! Aishwarya comes to know that Deepika is the girl who stayed in that room in the past and Deepika committed suicide because her lover Vamsi (Venkat) did not return from Hyderabad and she was being forced to marry someone she did not like.

Aishwarya opens the letter and realizes that Vamsi wrote it. In it, Vamsi explains his feelings for her. Aishwarya was touched with the way venkat explained his reason behind the silence. So, aishwarya does not want to disappoint Vamsi that Deepika is no more. She starts writing letters on behalf of Deepika. Interestingly, on the other side Kiran replies to all these mails on behalf of Vamsi, who died in an accident in Hyderabad. The rest of the film is about how the two learn the truth and turn their hatred into love.



The soundtrack is composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The soundtrack of the movie is released through Mayuri Audio.

Soundtrack album by Devi Sri Prasad
Released 20 August 2001 (2001-08-20)
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Mayuri Audio
Producer Devi Sri Prasad
No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "Anandam"   Tippu 4:22
2. "Kanulu Terichinna"   Mallikarjun, Sumangali 4:41
3. "Monalisa"   Devi Sri Prasad, Kalpana 5:01
4. "Evarina Epudaina"   Pratap 1:57
5. "Evarina Epudaina"   Chitra 1:58
6. "Oka Merupu"   Sunita Rao 5:08
7. "Premante Emitante"   Devi Sri Prasad, Mallikarjun, Sumangali 5:19
8. "Theme Music (Instrumental)"   Devi Sri Prasad 1:28


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