Satyam (2003 film)

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Satyam
Directed by Surya Kiran
Produced by Akkineni Nagarjuna
Written by Surya Kiran
B.V.S.Ravi
Starring Sumanth
Genelia D'Souza
Kota Srinivasa Rao
Music by Chakri
Cinematography Sameer Reddy
Distributed by Annapurna Studios
Release dates December 19, 2003

Satyam is a 2003 Telugu film which was directed by Surya Kiran. It falls into the romance/drama genre. The film stars Sumanth and Genelia D'Souza and was very successful at the box-office. Released in December 2003, it was Sumanth's first major commercial hit, and was Genelia's debut Telugu film. It was produced by the noted film star and Sumanth's uncle Akkineni Nagarjuna under the popular Annapurna Studios banner.Chakri has won Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer – Telugu.

Plot[edit]

Satyam (Sumanth) is an aspiring lyric writer who has a knack for inadvertently getting misunderstood by the two people he cares for the most—his father (Malladi Raghava) and his love interest Ankita (Genelia D'Souza). Because he and his father don't get along, Satyam leaves home and starts living with his friends. A sensitive man and a talented writer, Satyam ghost-writes for a popular film lyricist. He wants to prove himself as a lyricist before expressing his love for Ankita. In the meantime, a flamboyant classmate of Ankita proposes to her. The movie then witnesses a turn of events which involves Ankita`s father (Kota Srinivas Rao,) who happens to be a good friend of Satyam. How Satyam overcomes his obstacles and finally succeeds in courting Ankita forms the rest of the story.

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Box-office performance[edit]

  • The film ran successfully for 50-days in 63 centers, and also completed its 100 day run in over 19 centers. [1]

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