Soggadu (2005 film)

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Soggadu Film.jpg
Directed by Ravi Babu
Produced by D. Suresh
D. Rama Naidu (presents)
Written by Nivas (dialogues)
Screenplay by Paruchuri Brothers
Story by Ravi Babu
Starring Tarun
Arti Agarwal
Jugal Hansraj
Music by Chakri
Cinematography Loganathan Srinivasan
Edited by Anthony
Release date
  • 31 March 2005 (2005-03-31)
Running time
153 minutes
Country India
Language Telugu

Soggadu (English: Charmer) is a 2005 Tollywood film produced by D. Suresh on Suresh Productions banner. Directed by Ravi Babu, it stars Tarun and Arti Agarwal in lead roles.[1] With special appearances by Victory Venkatesh, Shriya Saran, Srikanth and Sumanth the film had a huge box-office opening, the biggest for any Tarun starrer. Soggadu won good critical appreciation and technical acclaim for the director Ravi Babu. This film was remade into Bengali as Mon Je Kore Uru Uru starring Koel Mallick and Hiran Chatterjee. This film was remade into Hindi as Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani starring Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif as lead roles. This film was also a huge blockbuster in Bollywood.


Ravi (Tarun), a school dropout and vagabond, falls in love with Swati (Arti Agarwal) the minute he sets his eyes on her, but loses sight of her in a sea of people and traffic. As only a possessed lover can, he tries to find her in a city of ten million people. Armed with just the first three letters on the license plate of her car, he tries to find her whereabouts. After tumultuous attempts and near hits and misses, he manages to find her. Swati lived under the shadow of a tyrannical brother who was trying to get her married. Ravi manages to establish visual contact with Swathi and understands from her mute plight that she wanted to leave home. Ravi helps her escape home and is elated to know that she left home for him. His bubble quickly bursts when he comes to know that Swati had used his help to get to her lover Chandu (Jugal Hansraj). Ravi braves the goons who chase them, fights the tears of heartbreak, and decides to help Swathi meet her lover. This draws ire from Ravi's friends who had helped him all along in his love story. They think Ravi should dump the girl. He disagrees and they desert him. Armed only with unflinching, selfless love, Ravi embarks on an adventure with Swathi to find her lover Chandu. Finally, he manages to fight the goons of Swathi's brother and unites Swathi and Chandu. Ravi's selfless sacrifice melts Swathi's heart and makes her wonder what true love was.



  • Music: Chakri
  • Dialogues: Nivas
  • Lyrics: Bhaskara Bhatla
  • Singers: Chakri, Venu Gopal, Tippu, Ravi Varma, Kousalya, Kavita Krishna Murthy
  • Cinematography: Loknath & Joshi
  • Art: Bhupesh R Bhupati
  • Choreography: Rajasekhar, Nixon, Prasanna & Krishna Reddy
  • Editing: Anthony
  • Screenplay: Paruchuri Brothers
  • Presents: D. Ramanaidu
  • Written & Directed: Ravi Babu
  • Producer: D Suresh Babu
  • Theatrical release date: 31 March 2005


Film score by Chakri
Released 2005
Genre Soundtrack
Length 28:02
Label Aditya Music
Producer Chakri
Chakri chronology

Music composed by Chakri. Lyrics written by Bhaskarabhatla Ravikumar. All songs are hit tracks. Music released on ADITYA Music Company.

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Current Shock" Chakri, Ravi Varma 3:47
2. "Yepatikappudu" Chakri,Sudha 3:40
3. "Premicha Ninne" Venu,Kosusalya 4:59
4. "Madhumasam" Chakri 3:55
5. "Yekkada Vunna" Karthik,Kousalya 4:11
6. "Kaliki Chilaka" Karthik 2:46
7. "Sneham" Chakri 1:22
8. "Kokkorokko" Tippu, Kavitha Krishnamurthy 3:05
Total length: 28:02


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