Vamsi (film)

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Directed by B. Gopal
Produced by G. Adiseshagiri Rao
Written by Satyanand
Paruchuri Brothers
Starring Mahesh Babu
Namrata Shirodkar
Music by Mani Sharma
Cinematography Ajayan Vincent
Edited by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Padmalaya Studios
Release dates
  • 4 October 2000 (2000-10-04)
Country India
Language Telugu

Vamsi (also known as Vamsee, Vamshi, or Vamshee) is a 2000 Tollywood film produced by G. Adiseshagiri Rao on Padmalaya Studios banner, directed by B.Gopal. Starring Mahesh Babu, Namrata Shirodkar in the lead roles, Krishna played an important role and music was composed by Mani Sharma. It was Mahesh Babu's third film as an actor. The story written by Satyanand. It was dubbed in Hindi as Vamsi The Warrior. Vamsi is also inspired by Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge in few scenes.

The film received negative reviews and was unsuccessful at the box office.[1]


Vamsi (Mahesh Babu) is a fashion designer who gets an opportunity to participate a designer's contest held in Australia. Vamsi has a colleague called Sneha (Mayuri Kango) who is selected to model his creations in the fashion contest. Since Vamsi has to study the culture of Australia to design the best outfit, he is asked to tour Australia extensively for a month. Shilpa (Namrata Shirodkar) is the daughter of an industrialist Aakineedu Prasad (Nassar), who is studying in Australia. She decides to take a vacation after exams by touring the Australian country. Vamsi meets Shilpa in the tour and they slowly fall in love.

After the trip is over, Sneha, who loves Vamsi, learns that Shilpa and Vamsi love each other. She trips and falls down the stairs and gets injured. When Vamsi is disappointed since his model friend is injured, Shilpa surprises him by entering the contest with Vamsi's designs and winning the first prize for him. When Vamsi and Shilpa are returning to India, Sneha decides to stay back as she thinks that an Indian model will fare better in Australia than India. Shilpa lets her father know about her love for Vamsi. He warns Vamsi not to go after his daughter. After a couple of fights, Shilpa decides to marry Vamsi in a temple. As Shilpa escapes from home to meet Vamsi in the temple, Arjun (Krishna) kidnaps her. After waiting for Shilpa, Vamsi goes to Shilpa's house to enquire about her. Aakineedu puts him behind bars on the charge of kidnapping his daughter. After learning that Arjun has kidnapped his daughter, Aakineedu bails out Vamsi and begs him to save his daughter. He also agrees to marry his daughter to Vamsi. The story is more about Arjun taking revenge on the baddies which includes Aakineedu and Kota Srinivasa Rao.



Film score by Mani Sharma
Released 2000
Genre Soundtrack
Length 29:53
Label Supreme Music

Music composed by Mani Sharma. All songs are hit tracks. Music released on SUPREME Music Company.

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Veyinchukunte Baaguntadi"   Bhuvanachandra Sukhwinder Singh,Chitra 5:28
2. "Vecha Vechega"   Devi Sri Prasad Devi Sri Prasad,Prasanna 4:54
3. "ABC Daatindho"   Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry Shankar Mahadevan 5:18
4. "Oho Soniya"   Chandrabose Shankar Mahadevan 4:28
5. "Koyilamma"   Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry Udit Narayan,Sujatha 4:37
6. "Sarigama Padanisari"   Bhuvanachandra SP Balu,Kalpana 5:08
Total length:

Video release[edit]

Released on VCD in 2004.[2]


  1. ^, film cast, crew, plot, production informations, Retrieved 10-22-2008
  2. ^, VCD informations, Retrieved 10-21-2008

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