Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana (2005)

 ●  Telugu ● 2 hrs 40 mins

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A London-bred young man from an ultra wealthy family falls in love with a simple woman from an Indian village. In order to marry her, he must prove his work ethic and ability to provide for her needs in every way. Despite making immense sacrifices, will he succeed in convincing her brother of his true love?
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Cast: Siddharth Narayan, Trisha Krishnan

Crew: Prabhu Dheva (Director), Venu Isc (Director of Photography), Devi Sri Prasad (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Drama, Family, Romance

Release Dates: 14 Jan 2005 (India)

Telugu Name: నువ్వొస్తానంటే నేనొద్దంటాన

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Did you know? This movie was tremendously successful and went on to win several awards, including eight Filmfare Awards South and five Nandi Awards. Read More
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as Santosh
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as Muddu Krishnaiyya
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as Prakash
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as Sivaramakrishna
as Kantepudi Srinivasa Rao
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Telugu
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Tracklist
Music Label: Aditya Music
Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
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Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
Playback Singer: Tippu
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Trivia:
Owing to its phenomenal success, this movie was remade in seven languages, the highest for any Indian movie, namely in Tamil as Something Something... Unakkum Enakkum (2006), in Kannada as Neenello Naanalle (2006), in Indian Bengali as I Love You (2007), in Odia as Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa Chadhei (2009), in Bangladeshi Bengali as Nissash Amar Tumi (2010), in Hindi as Ramaiya Vastavaiya (2013), and in Nepali as Flash Back: Farkera Herda (2010).

This movie was tremendously successful and went on to win several awards, including eight Filmfare Awards South and five Nandi Awards.

This movie is inspired from the Hindi blockbuster Maine Pyar Kiya (1989), as well as the American comed Son-In-Law (1993).

Prabhu Deva makes an appearance in the song 'Paaripoke Pitta'.

Producer M.S.Raju makes a cameo during the song 'Chukallo Unde Chandrudu'. He is the man on the jeep with a towel wrapped around his head.
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Remade as: Unnakum Ennakum (Tamil)
Remade as: Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa Chadhei (Oriya)
Remade as: Ramaiya Vastavaiya (Hindi)