Nuvve Nuvve

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Nuvve Nuvve
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Directed by Trivikram Srinivas
Produced by Sravanthi Ravi Kishore
Written by Trivikram Srinivas
Screenplay by Trivikram Srinivas
Starring Tarun Kumar
Shriya Saran
Prakash Raj
Music by Koti
Edited by Sreekar Prasad
Release dates
10 October 2002
Country India
Language Telugu

Nuvve Nuvve (English: It's only you) is a 2002 Telugu Romance film written and directed by Trivikram Srinivas. The film starred Tarun Kumar, Shriya Saran, and Prakash Raj in important roles. Upon release, the film and the soundtrack received rave reviews, and has garnered two state Nandi Awards, and a Filmfare Award South.The film was subsequently dubbed into Malayalam, and became an instant hit in Kerala.


Anjali (Shriya Saran) is the daughter of a millionaire Vishwanath (Prakash Raj) who loves his daughter very much. So much that he even buys her an Icecream Parlor when his daughter asks him for an ice cream. What Vishwanath expects is a son-in-law who will never oppose him in any matter. Rishi (Tarun) hails from a middle-class family. His father, played by Chandramohan, owns a department store. He is a good-hearted but happy-go-lucky guy. Anjali happens to join the college in which Rishi is a senior. Soon, they fall in love with each other. On one occasion, Rishi takes Anjali to Mumbai for dinner. Anjali tries to shake off the issue with her father, saying that she was with one of her friends. But unfortunately, Vishwanath calls that friend up when Anjali was missing. He tells him that Anjali went to Mumbai with someone called Rishi. This is enough for Vishwanath's suspicion to rise that Anjali has fallen in love. He asks Rishi to prove his worth and asks him in some way to earn any money so that he can support Anjali, who he has brought up in riches. When Rishi refuses to comply, he gives Rishi one crore rupees to forget his daughter. Rishi takes it and then later gives it back, insulting Viswanath, and tries to prove that his love is greater than everything and money can't buy his love. To retaliate, Vishwanath insults Rishi's family by getting a beggar for marriage with Rishi's sister to try to convey to them the pain he must feel. Rishi then creates a scene in Viswanath's office beating up security guy and destroying computers in the office, Rishi clarifies that in the proposal that beggar be married to Rishi's sister there is no love between the two, but Rishi and Anjali love each other. Anjali starts to show more feelings for Rishi. Worried, Vishwanath tries to set Anjali's marriage with another guy. Anjali meets Rishi at his home and requests him to marry her right at the moment, but Rishi convinces Anjali that this is not the right way. Rishi takes her back to her home, there Rishi challenges Vishwanath that if it is correct that Anjali getting married to some one else then that marriage can't be stopped, but if it is right then that marriage cannot happen. Through some more incidents that Vishwanath realizes his mistakes and the arranged marriage fails and Anjali marries Rishi.



The DVD version of the film was released by KAD Entertainment on 10 October 2003, with special features and interviews.

Copyright holder is KAD Entertainment.


All lyrics written by Sirivennela, all music composed by Koti.

No. Title Singers Length
1. "Computerlu"   Devan, Anuradha Sriram[1] 05:23
2. "Naa Mansakemayyindi"   Udit Narayan, Nitya Santoshini 04:47
3. "Nuvve Nuvve Kavalantundhi"   Chitra 04:47
4. "I Am Very Sorry"   Kay Kay 05:43
5. "Ammayi Nachhesindi"   Rajesh, Kousalya 05:31
6. "Niddura Potunna"   Shankar Mahadevan 04:32


Filmfare Awards South
Nandi Awards [3]


  • Shriya and Prakash Raj's performance are the highlights of the movie.
  • This film was critically and commercially successful.
  • Actress Madhumitha played supporting role as Shriya's friend


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