Anandam

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Anandam
Anandam.jpg
Life is beautiful
Directed by Srinu Vaitla
Produced by Ramoji Rao
Written by Srinu Vaitla
Chintapalli Ramana (Dialogues)
Starring Aakash
Rekha Vedavyas
Venkat
Tanu Roy
Brahmanandam
Tanikella Bharani,
Music by Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematography Sameer Reddy
Production
company
Distributed by Mayuri
Release date
  • 28 September 2001 (2001-09-28)
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. Film was a commercial and critical success of the time. 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]

Plot[edit]

Kiran (Akaash) and Aishwarya (Rekha Vedavyas) are neighbors since childhood and always fight with each other on trivial things. Kiran hates her so much that he feels relieved when she moves to Ooty along with her parents. There, Aishwarya comes across an unopened greeting card addressed to Deepika(Tanu Roy). She comes to know that Deepika's family were the previous tenants in that home and tries to find out the whereabouts of Deepika to hand over the greeting card. But she finds out that Deepika committed suicide unwilling to marry the person chosen by her parents and as her plans of elopement failed as her boy friend did not come to rescue her.

Aishwarya feels bad for Deepika and tries to leave the matter but couldn't when she finds letters written by Vamshi, Deepika's boyfriend. She reads them and gets moved by the emotion in it. She decides to break the information of Deepika's suicide to Vamshi, but first she writes letter to him as Deepika to prepare him for the bad news. On the other end, Vamshi was no more as he dies in an accident while coming to Deepika to elope with her. Incidentally, Kiran was Vamshi's friend and receives the letter written by Aishwarya. He too wants to prepare Deepika slowly for bad news and write her back as Vamshi. They continue exchanging letters for some more time and at last decide to break the news and arrange a meeting.

When they see each other instead of Deepika and Vamshi, they get shocked and slowly reveal the truth to each other. They both get impressed with each other for the sympathetic and competent handling of the sensitive matter. They move back to their places but start to having feelings for each other. Slowly they express their emotions and become one.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

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

Anandam
Soundtrack album by Devi Sri Prasad
Released 20 August 2001 (2001-08-20)
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Mayuri Audio
Producer Devi Sri Prasad
Tracklist
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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