Preminche Manasu (1999)

 ●  Telugu ● Running Time: TBA

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Embedded with fierce action and intense emotion, this multi-layered romantic thriller delves into the life of Naveen, who plays the spoilt son of a wealthy businessman. Having been pampered all his life, he develops an extremely selfish and possessive attitude. This is shown in one scene in a gift shop where he breaks a gift he likes solely because it had already been bought by someone else. He pays the owner to cover the damages, but he responds with a tagline - "If I can't get it, nobody can". While on holiday at an exotic location, he meets Kirti Reddy and is immediately infatuated by her. In a strange twist, Kirti is injured in an accident Naveen's rescues her by donating blood. Being unconscious, Kirti doesn't know the face of her savior, only his name that has been given to her by the hospital officials. Opportunistic and callous as ever, Naveen tries to impersonate his friend with the intention of using Kirti's sense of gratitude towards her saviour, to his benefit. Will Naveen's diabolical plan to possess Kirti be successful? Will Kirti ever come to know the true identity of her saviour?

Cast: Kirti Reddy, Ravi Teja

Crew: AVS Adhinarayana (Director), SA Rajkumar (Music Director)

Genres: Drama, Romance, Thriller

Release Dates: 01 Jan 1999 (India)

Telugu Name: ప్రేమించే మనసు

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Did you know? This movie is the remake of a super hit Tamil film Priyamudan (1998), that was directed by debutant Vincent Selva, starring Vijay and Kausalya in the lead roles, while Sujith Sagar played a pivotal role. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Telugu
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Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
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Trivia:
This movie is the remake of a super hit Tamil film Priyamudan (1998), that was directed by debutant Vincent Selva, starring Vijay and Kausalya in the lead roles, while Sujith Sagar played a pivotal role.