Telugu    Jan 17, 2000 (India)  

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Annayya is a 2000 Indian Telugu action, comedy film released on Jan 17, 2000. The film is directed by Muthyala Subbaiah, produced by Allu Aravind under banner named Sri Sairam Arts.
This film starts with Rajaram(Chiranjeevi) doing a fight with the labor exploiter (Bhupendar). As they fight their muscles out, the damsel of the town Devi, a garment manufacturer, falls in love with Rajaram at first sight. After a preliminary fight and sensuous introduction between the lead pair we come to know that Rajaram is a owner of 40 lorries and is the person who came up in life with pure hardwork and the unmatched professionalism. Devi's love towards him grows after knowing the background of Rajaram. As Devi is experiencing the feeling being in love with a manly guy for the first time, our Rajaram has a twin to talk with and share his feeling. That guy is the whacky Atmaram(Chiranjeevi). As and when Rajaram needs some tips in love, our Atmaram appears from nowhere to help him out. Then the first song of the film, 'Himaseemallo Hello' follows. Canned in the picturesque locales of Newzealand, this song has got few sensible slow steps. After the song is over, Rajaram's home is shown. That is a closely knitted family consisting of three brothers (Rajaram, Krishna and Gopi) and an elderly babai (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). Rajaram's parents expired at an early stage. Hence Rajaram brought up his brothers with uttermost care and unending love. Being the pampered kids, its natural that the younger brothers turn out to be wayward. They start teasing the sisters(Sishwa and Chandini) of Devi. After a few petty quarrels, they realize that they are in love with each other. Rajaram and Devi had taken vow (individually) to not get married till their siblings marriage is over. After knowing that his brothers are in love with the sisters of Devi, Rajaram visits Devi's place to talk to her about his plans for brothers marriage. Thinking that Rajaram came to express his love to her, Devi treats Rajaram in a special way. But when she realizes that Rajaram's intention is to marry the Devi's sisters off to his brothers, her mood takes an U turn. She tells Rajaram boldly that she is unwilling let her sisters marry drunkards. Rajaram tries to convince Devi, in vein. Rajaram tells Devi that his brothers will marry her sisters anyway!
This film starts with Rajaram(Chiranjeevi) doing a fight with the labor exploiter (Bhupendar). As they fight their muscles out, the damsel of the town Devi, a garment manufacturer, falls in love with Rajaram at first sight. After a preliminary fight and sensuous introduction between the lead pair we come to know that Rajaram is a owner of 40 lorries and is the person who came up in life with pure hardwork and the unmatched professionalism. Devi's love towards him grows after knowing the background of Rajaram. As Devi is experiencing the feeling being in love with a manly guy for the first time, our Rajaram has a twin to talk with and share his feeling. That guy is the whacky Atmaram(Chiranjeevi). As and when Rajaram needs some tips in love, our Atmaram appears from nowhere to help him out. Then the first song of the film, 'Himaseemallo Hello' follows. Canned in the picturesque locales of Newzealand, this song has got few sensible slow steps. After the song is over, Rajaram's home is shown. That is a closely knitted family consisting of three brothers (Rajaram, Krishna and Gopi) and an elderly babai (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). Rajaram's parents expired at an early stage. Hence Rajaram brought up his brothers with uttermost care and unending love. Being the pampered kids, its natural that the younger brothers turn out to be wayward. They start teasing the sisters(Sishwa and Chandini) of Devi. After a few petty quarrels, they realize that they are in love with each other. Rajaram and Devi had taken vow (individually) to not get married till their siblings marriage is over. After knowing that his brothers are in love with the sisters of Devi, Rajaram visits Devi's place to talk to her about his plans for brothers marriage. Thinking that Rajaram came to express his love to her, Devi treats Rajaram in a special way. But when she realizes that Rajaram's intention is to marry the Devi's sisters off to his brothers, her mood takes an U turn. She tells Rajaram boldly that she is unwilling let her sisters marry drunkards. Rajaram tries to convince Devi, in vein. Rajaram tells Devi that his brothers will marry her sisters anyway!
This film starts with Rajaram(Chiranjeevi) doing a fight with the labor exploiter (Bhupendar). As they fight their muscles out, the damsel of the town Devi, a garment manufacturer, falls in love with Rajaram at first sight. After a preliminary fight and sensuous introduction between the lead pair we come to know that Rajaram is a owner of 40 lorries and is the person who came up in life with pure hardwork and the unmatched professionalism. Devi's love towards him grows after knowing the background of Rajaram. As Devi is experiencing the feeling being in love with a manly guy for the first time, our Rajaram has a twin to talk with and share his feeling. That guy is the whacky Atmaram(Chiranjeevi). As and when Rajaram needs some tips in love, our Atmaram appears from nowhere to help him out. Then the first song of the film, 'Himaseemallo Hello' follows. Canned in the picturesque locales of Newzealand, this song has got few sensible slow steps. After the song is over, Rajaram's home is shown. That is a closely knitted family consisting of three brothers (Rajaram, Krishna and Gopi) and an elderly babai (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). Rajaram's parents expired at an early stage. Hence Rajaram brought up his brothers with uttermost care and unending love. Being the pampered kids, its natural that the younger brothers turn out to be wayward. They start teasing the sisters(Sishwa and Chandini) of Devi. After a few petty quarrels, they realize that they are in love with each other. Rajaram and Devi had taken vow (individually) to not get married till their siblings marriage is over. After knowing that his brothers are in love with the sisters of Devi, Rajaram visits Devi's place to talk to her about his plans for brothers marriage. Thinking that Rajaram came to express his love to her, Devi treats Rajaram in a special way. But when she realizes that Rajaram's intention is to marry the Devi's sisters off to his brothers, her mood takes an U turn. She tells Rajaram boldly that she is unwilling let her sisters marry drunkards. Rajaram tries to convince Devi, in vein. Rajaram tells Devi that his brothers will marry her sisters anyway!
This film starts with Rajaram(Chiranjeevi) doing a fight with the labor exploiter (Bhupendar). As they fight their muscles out, the damsel of the town Devi, a garment manufacturer, falls in love with Rajaram at first sight. After a preliminary fight and sensuous introduction between the lead pair we come to know that Rajaram is a owner of 40 lorries and is the person who came up in life with pure hardwork and the unmatched professionalism. Devi's love towards him grows after knowing the background of Rajaram. As Devi is experiencing the feeling being in love with a manly guy for the first time, our Rajaram has a twin to talk with and share his feeling. That guy is the whacky Atmaram(Chiranjeevi). As and when Rajaram needs some tips in love, our Atmaram appears from nowhere to help him out. Then the first song of the film, 'Himaseemallo Hello' follows. Canned in the picturesque locales of Newzealand, this song has got few sensible slow steps. After the song is over, Rajaram's home is shown. That is a closely knitted family consisting of three brothers (Rajaram, Krishna and Gopi) and an elderly babai (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). Rajaram's parents expired at an early stage. Hence Rajaram brought up his brothers with uttermost care and unending love. Being the pampered kids, its natural that the younger brothers turn out to be wayward. They start teasing the sisters(Sishwa and Chandini) of Devi. After a few petty quarrels, they realize that they are in love with each other. Rajaram and Devi had taken vow (individually) to not get married till their siblings marriage is over. After knowing that his brothers are in love with the sisters of Devi, Rajaram visits Devi's place to talk to her about his plans for brothers marriage. Thinking that Rajaram came to express his love to her, Devi treats Rajaram in a special way. But when she realizes that Rajaram's intention is to marry the Devi's sisters off to his brothers, her mood takes an U turn. She tells Rajaram boldly that she is unwilling let her sisters marry drunkards. Rajaram tries to convince Devi, in vein. Rajaram tells Devi that his brothers will marry her sisters anyway!
This film starts with Rajaram(Chiranjeevi) doing a fight with the labor exploiter (Bhupendar). As they fight their muscles out, the damsel of the town Devi, a garment manufacturer, falls in love with Rajaram at first sight. After a preliminary fight and sensuous introduction between the lead pair we come to know that Rajaram is a owner of 40 lorries and is the person who came up in life with pure hardwork and the unmatched professionalism. Devi's love towards him grows after knowing the background of Rajaram. As Devi is experiencing the feeling being in love with a manly guy for the first time, our Rajaram has a twin to talk with and share his feeling. That guy is the whacky Atmaram(Chiranjeevi). As and when Rajaram needs some tips in love, our Atmaram appears from nowhere to help him out. Then the first song of the film, 'Himaseemallo Hello' follows. Canned in the picturesque locales of Newzealand, this song has got few sensible slow steps. After the song is over, Rajaram's home is shown. That is a closely knitted family consisting of three brothers (Rajaram, Krishna and Gopi) and an elderly babai (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). Rajaram's parents expired at an early stage. Hence Rajaram brought up his brothers with uttermost care and unending love. Being the pampered kids, its natural that the younger brothers turn out to be wayward. They start teasing the sisters(Sishwa and Chandini) of Devi. After a few petty quarrels, they realize that they are in love with each other. Rajaram and Devi had taken vow (individually) to not get married till their siblings marriage is over. After knowing that his brothers are in love with the sisters of Devi, Rajaram visits Devi's place to talk to her about his plans for brothers marriage. Thinking that Rajaram came to express his love to her, Devi treats Rajaram in a special way. But when she realizes that Rajaram's intention is to marry the Devi's sisters off to his brothers, her mood takes an U turn. She tells Rajaram boldly that she is unwilling let her sisters marry drunkards. Rajaram tries to convince Devi, in vein. Rajaram tells Devi that his brothers will marry her sisters anyway!
This film starts with Rajaram(Chiranjeevi) doing a fight with the labor exploiter (Bhupendar). As they fight their muscles out, the damsel of the town Devi, a garment manufacturer, falls in love with Rajaram at first sight. After a preliminary fight and sensuous introduction between the lead pair we come to know that Rajaram is a owner of 40 lorries and is the person who came up in life with pure hardwork and the unmatched professionalism. Devi's love towards him grows after knowing the background of Rajaram. As Devi is experiencing the feeling being in love with a manly guy for the first time, our Rajaram has a twin to talk with and share his feeling. That guy is the whacky Atmaram(Chiranjeevi). As and when Rajaram needs some tips in love, our Atmaram appears from nowhere to help him out. Then the first song of the film, 'Himaseemallo Hello' follows. Canned in the picturesque locales of Newzealand, this song has got few sensible slow steps. After the song is over, Rajaram's home is shown. That is a closely knitted family consisting of three brothers (Rajaram, Krishna and Gopi) and an elderly babai (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). Rajaram's parents expired at an early stage. Hence Rajaram brought up his brothers with uttermost care and unending love. Being the pampered kids, its natural that the younger brothers turn out to be wayward. They start teasing the sisters(Sishwa and Chandini) of Devi. After a few petty quarrels, they realize that they are in love with each other. Rajaram and Devi had taken vow (individually) to not get married till their siblings marriage is over. After knowing that his brothers are in love with the sisters of Devi, Rajaram visits Devi's place to talk to her about his plans for brothers marriage. Thinking that Rajaram came to express his love to her, Devi treats Rajaram in a special way. But when she realizes that Rajaram's intention is to marry the Devi's sisters off to his brothers, her mood takes an U turn. She tells Rajaram boldly that she is unwilling let her sisters marry drunkards. Rajaram tries to convince Devi, in vein. Rajaram tells Devi that his brothers will marry her sisters anyway!
This film starts with Rajaram(Chiranjeevi) doing a fight with the labor exploiter (Bhupendar). As they fight their muscles out, the damsel of the town Devi, a garment manufacturer, falls in love with Rajaram at first sight. After a preliminary fight and sensuous introduction between the lead pair we come to know that Rajaram is a owner of 40 lorries and is the person who came up in life with pure hardwork and the unmatched professionalism. Devi's love towards him grows after knowing the background of Rajaram. As Devi is experiencing the feeling being in love with a manly guy for the first time, our Rajaram has a twin to talk with and share his feeling. That guy is the whacky Atmaram(Chiranjeevi). As and when Rajaram needs some tips in love, our Atmaram appears from nowhere to help him out. Then the first song of the film, 'Himaseemallo Hello' follows. Canned in the picturesque locales of Newzealand, this song has got few sensible slow steps. After the song is over, Rajaram's home is shown. That is a closely knitted family consisting of three brothers (Rajaram, Krishna and Gopi) and an elderly babai (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). Rajaram's parents expired at an early stage. Hence Rajaram brought up his brothers with uttermost care and unending love. Being the pampered kids, its natural that the younger brothers turn out to be wayward. They start teasing the sisters(Sishwa and Chandini) of Devi. After a few petty quarrels, they realize that they are in love with each other. Rajaram and Devi had taken vow (individually) to not get married till their siblings marriage is over. After knowing that his brothers are in love with the sisters of Devi, Rajaram visits Devi's place to talk to her about his plans for brothers marriage. Thinking that Rajaram came to express his love to her, Devi treats Rajaram in a special way. But when she realizes that Rajaram's intention is to marry the Devi's sisters off to his brothers, her mood takes an U turn. She tells Rajaram boldly that she is unwilling let her sisters marry drunkards. Rajaram tries to convince Devi, in vein. Rajaram tells Devi that his brothers will marry her sisters anyway!
This film starts with Rajaram(Chiranjeevi) doing a fight with the labor exploiter (Bhupendar). As they fight their muscles out, the damsel of the town Devi, a garment manufacturer, falls in love with Rajaram at first sight. After a preliminary fight and sensuous introduction between the lead pair we come to know that Rajaram is a owner of 40 lorries and is the person who came up in life with pure hardwork and the unmatched professionalism. Devi's love towards him grows after knowing the background of Rajaram. As Devi is experiencing the feeling being in love with a manly guy for the first time, our Rajaram has a twin to talk with and share his feeling. That guy is the whacky Atmaram(Chiranjeevi). As and when Rajaram needs some tips in love, our Atmaram appears from nowhere to help him out. Then the first song of the film, 'Himaseemallo Hello' follows. Canned in the picturesque locales of Newzealand, this song has got few sensible slow steps. After the song is over, Rajaram's home is shown. That is a closely knitted family consisting of three brothers (Rajaram, Krishna and Gopi) and an elderly babai (Kota Sreenivasa Rao). Rajaram's parents expired at an early stage. Hence Rajaram brought up his brothers with uttermost care and unending love. Being the pampered kids, its natural that the younger brothers turn out to be wayward. They start teasing the sisters(Sishwa and Chandini) of Devi. After a few petty quarrels, they realize that they are in love with each other. Rajaram and Devi had taken vow (individually) to not get married till their siblings marriage is over. After knowing that his brothers are in love with the sisters of Devi, Rajaram visits Devi's place to talk to her about his plans for brothers marriage. Thinking that Rajaram came to express his love to her, Devi treats Rajaram in a special way. But when she realizes that Rajaram's intention is to marry the Devi's sisters off to his brothers, her mood takes an U turn. She tells Rajaram boldly that she is unwilling let her sisters marry drunkards. Rajaram tries to convince Devi, in vein. Rajaram tells Devi that his brothers will marry her sisters anyway! Check out this page for more updates on Annayya.

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