Naa Ishtam

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Naa Ishtam
Naa Ishtam Theatrical Poster.jpg
Directed by Prakash Tholeti
Produced by Paruchuri Kiriti
Written by Kona Venkat
Starring Rana Daggubati
Genelia D'Souza
Music by Chakri
Cinematography Venkat Prasad
Edited by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao[1]
United Movies
Release dates
  • 23 March 2012 (2012-03-23)
Country India
Language Telugu
Budget INR85 million (US$1.3 million)

Naa Ishtam (Telugu: నా ఇష్టం , English: As my wish) is a 2012 Telugu-language film directed by Prakash Toleti which features Rana Daggubati and Genelia D'Souza in the lead roles. Production works began in April 2011 and features music by Chakri and released on 23 March 2012 and got mixed response and hence was an average at the BO. But the producers are in safe side as the satellite rights were sold to Gemini TV for a fancy price of INR3.20 Cr and it grossed about INR30 million in 3 days after its release in A.P..It will be dubbed into Tamil as kadhal nayagan.


Gani (Rana) is a Telugu youth who lives and works in Malaysia and he is an extremely selfish person. He always thinks about himself and his benefits first. Into his routine life comes Krishnaveni (Genelia) unexpectedly and everything gets disturbed. Krishnaveni loves Kishore (Harshavardhan Rane) and she elopes from home as her dad Naidu (Nasser) does not approve of her choice. But Kishore doesn’t turn up and she feels cheated. Gani's selfish nature gets him to lie to Krishnaveni and he takes her home to Naidu in the hope of making some money.

But Gani realises his mistake once he sees Naidu and family and he gets Krishnaveni back to Malaysia. As a cheated Krishnaveni begins rebuilding her life with Gani's support, love blossoms between the two. Into this situation walks in Kishore and he is desperate to win back Krishnaveni's love. Meanwhile, Naidu is furious about the whole episode and he engages the services of Malaysia Don Salim Bhai (Shawar Ali) to trap Gani. Gani uses all his guile to thwart Salim Bhai and throw Kishore off the track, but is he successful? Who will Krishnaveni accept in the end? That forms the story.



Naa Ishtam
Soundtrack album to Naa Ishtam by Chakri
Released 5 March 2012
Recorded 2012
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 29:54
Language Telugu
Label Venus Music
Producer Chakri
Chakri chronology
Jai Bolo Telangana
Naa Ishtam

Music was Provided by Chakri and Lyrics were penned by Chandrabose, Balaji & Vanamali.[3] The audio Release was held on 5 March 2012 at Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad. Released by Victory Venkatesh, the event was attended by the film's main star cast.[4] A Platinum Disc Function was held on 23 March 2012. The music got Generally Positive Reviews and Response. gave a rating of 7 out of 10 quoting 'Be ready to rock and also be swoon in your dreams'.[5] gave a positive review quoting 'Chakri after a long time made a come back of sorts and listening to music makes one feel that he made a strong impact with the tunes. He is amply aided by creative skills of Chandra Bose, Balaji, and Vanamali.'Naa Isham' becomes the buzz word for all music lovers and genex youth'.[6] also gave a positive review Quoting 'Overall, this is one album whose CD can be bought'.[7] Telugu Audio Right's Coordinator with Venus By - Dinesh Nair, Mumbai,

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Naa Ishtam"   Chandrabose Kunal Ganjawala 4:20
2. "Maa Pedhakka"   Balaji Geetha Madhuri, Deepthi Chari, Aishwarya 4:54
3. "Jillele Jillele"   Balaji Adnan Sami, Mamta Sharma 4:14
4. "Haayi Haayiga"   Balaji Revanth 4:35
5. "Changure Andhaale"   Vanamali Hema Chandra, Uma Neha 3:58
6. "O Saathiya"   Balaji K.K. 5:39
7. "Nee Kannullo"   Balaji Shaan 2:11
Total length:


The film was launched and began filming on 6 May 2011.[8] The title of the film was originally picked by Jogi Naidu for a film to be made by Clapboard Productions banner denies with Allari Naresh to be directed by Parusuram but since the project got delayed he gave it away to Paruchuri Kireeti for this project.[9]


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