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Directed by Jayanth C. Paranjee
Produced by R. Appalaraju
A.K. Kumar
Written by Jayanth C. Paranjee
Paruchuri Brothers
Starring Tarun Kumar
Nauheed Cyrusi
Music by Mani Sharma
Cinematography Jahawar Reddy
Edited by Marthand K. Venkatesh
Distributed by Suryodaya Arts
Release date
2 December 2004
Country India
Language Telugu

Sakhiya (English: Companion) is a 2004 Telugu, drama film written and directed by Jayanth C. Paranjee.[1] This film starred Tarun, Nauheed Cyrusi, Lakshmi in pivotal roles. The soundtrack of the film was composed by Mani Sharma, and received positive reviews.[1] [2][2]


Hari (Tarun) is a happy-go-lucky youngster. His family is in big financial trouble as they need around Rs. 10 lakhs. Hari happens to save a factionist Durga Devi (Lakshmi) from her rival gang. Durga Devi gives him some money as a token of gratitude. She offers to give the entire amount he needs if he successfully brings back her daughter Chandana (Nauheed) from Swiss.

Chandana prefers to stay in Swiss than her faction-ridden homeland. Hari travels to Swiss, falls in love with Chandana and also makes sure that Chandana also falls in love with him. They travel back to India. Once he hands over Chandana to Durga Devi, Hari realizes that Durga Devi cheated him. Durga Devi wants to take revenge on her faction rival and also Chandana's father (Raj Kumar) by getting her son married to Chandana. The rest of the story is about how Hari saves Chandana from the clutches of Durga Devi and teaches Durga a lesson.



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