Pagala Premi

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Paagal Premi
Pagal premi.jpg
Movie poster for Paagal Premi
Directed by Hara Patnaik
Produced by A. Ramesh Prasad
Written by Sukumar
Based on Arya
by Sukumar
Starring Sabyasachi Mishra
Arpita Chatterjee
Sushant Lenka
Saroj Dash
Music by Manmatha Misra
Cinematography Niranjan Dash
Edited by Chandra Sekhar Mishra
Distributed by Prasad Productions
Release date
  • 14 June 2007 (2007-06-14)
Country India
Language Odia

Paagal Premi is a 2007 Indian Oriya film directed by Hara Patnaik .[1] This is a remake of Telugu hit movie Arya (2004).

Plot[edit]

Surya (Sabyasachi mishra) and Gitanjali (Arpita) are smart college students. Surya falls in love with Gitanjali at first sight. Ajay (Sukanta) is a spoilt brat and is the son of local M.L.A. Abinash (Pradyumna Lenka).Ajay likes Gitanjali and thus proposes to her. When Gitanjali refuses, Ajay threatens that he will jump from the college roof top. Being a meek girl, Gitanjali accepts the proposal and starts dating Ajay.

Meanwhile, Surya proposes to Gitanjali. In the presence of Gitanjali's boy friend, Ajay, Gitanjali refuses. But Surya doesn't yet to give up on her as he feels that Gitanjali doesn't love Ajay truly. Surya tries to impress Gitanjali sincerely without creating a rift between the two. The film is all about how Surya tries to win Gitanjali with his attitude and positive out look.

Cast[edit]

Accolades[edit]

Sabyasachi Mishra won the Best Actor Award from the Orissa State Film Awards in 2007.[2]

Remakes[edit]

Arya
(Telugu)
(2004)
Badha
(Bengali
(2005)
Pagala Premi
(Oriya)
(2007)
Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani
(Hindi)
(2009)
Kutty
(Tamil)
(2010)
Allu Arjun Shakib Khan Sabyasachi Mishra Ranbir Kapoor Dhanush
Anuradha Mehta Purnima Arpita Pal Katrina Kaif Shriya Saran
Siva Balaji Riaz Sukanta Upen Patel Sameer Dattani
Rajan P. Dev Ilash Kobra Pradyumna Lenka Govind Namdev Radha Ravi
Devi Charan Dipjol Vincent Asokan Zakir Hussain Niranjan Pati

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pagala Premi slated for June 14 release". orissacinema.com. Retrieved 2009-03-06. 
  2. ^ "Orissa film awards for 2007 announced". www.orissadiary.com. Retrieved 2009-03-06. 

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