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Prematho Raa Vijay is in love with Sandhya (Prema). Chandu happens to visit Ooty and gets bowled by a damsel Geeta (Simran). But he comes to know that Geeta is a tough nut to crack. So he plays different tricks to attract her. One fine day he expresses his love to her and duly deflowers her. Right, the next day he takes the train to Hyderabad without informing Geeta and attends the marriage of his brother Vijay and Sandhya. At the time of marriage, Sandhya enters the scene with Geeta claiming that Geeta is the younger sister of her and Geeta was used by Chandu to satisfy his lust. Sandhya breaks the marriage with Vijay.
Prematho Raa Music composed by Mani Sharma. All songs are hit tracks. Music released on ADITYA Music Company.
Prematho Raa Prematho Raa () is a Telugu language film produced by T. Trivikrama Rao on Vijayalakshmi Art Movies banner, directed by Uday Shankar. Starring Venkatesh, Simran in the lead roles and music composed by Mani Sharma. The film recorded as "flop" at box-office. This was the second collaboration between Venkatesh, Simran and director Uday Shankar after Kalisundam Raa but couldn't repeat the latter's success. The film was dubbed in Tamil as "Kadhal Galatta".
Prematho Raa Chandu (Venky) and Vijay (Suresh) are brothers. They belong to a wealthy family where the elder brother Vijay is responsible and take care of the business. The younger one Chandu is a spoilt brat and a womanizer.
Prematho Raa Chandu realizes his mistake and repents for the same. He approaches Sandhya and pleads her. She gives him an opportunity to change. If she realizes that Chandu is a changed man after six months then she will endorse the marriage of Chandu and Geeta. The rest of the film is all about how effectively Chandu convinces Geeta.
R. T. Neason He worked as assistant director with Vincent Selva and K. R. Udhayashankar for films like "Iraniyan", "Prematho Raa", "Thavasi", "Ondagona Baa".
R. T. Neason R. T. Neason is an Indian film director, he earlier worked as assistant director in film like "Iraniyan", "Prematho Raa", "Thavasi", "Ondagona Baa" and also with Director Bhagyaraj as a screenplay writer. Neason also assisted in story and screenplay of "Velayudham".
K. R. Udhayashankar The lead pair and director again collaborated with "Prematho Raa" but failed to repeat the success of their previous venture. Udhayashankar again returned to Tamil directing Vijayakanth for second time in "Thavasi", the film received mixed reviews and did well at box office. He directed "Raraju" with Tottempudi Gopichand and "Baladur" with Ravi Teja in Telugu both films failed at box office. After a long gap, he directed "Bhimavaram Bullodu" in Telugu.
Mink Brar Veteran actor Dev Anand introduced Mink to the Indian film industry when she was 13. She made her debut in the Indian film industry with Dev Anand's Hindi film "Pyaar Ka Tarana", which was released in September, 1993. She then appeared in several films like "Jung" (1996), "Saat Rang Ke Sapne" (1998), "Yamraaj" (1998), "Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain" (1999), "Ganga Ki Kasam" (1999), "Jwalamukhi" (2000), "Ajnabee" (2001), "Zahreela" (2001), "Pitaah" (2002), "Chalo Ishq Ladaaye" (2002), "Border Hindustan Ka" (2003), and "Oops" (2003). She also worked in some regional South Indian films, including a Telugu movie, "Prematho Raa" (2001)
Isha Koppikar After a detour to Mumbai for a brief appearance in "Fiza" and an item number in "Rahul", Koppikar returned to the south in 2001 for Sundar C's Tamil project "Kaathal Solla Vanthen". This film however never left the development stage, although a soundtrack of the same name was made available. Koppikar's penultimate South Indian role was in the Telugu comedy "Prematho Raa", starring Venkatesh and Simran, and directed by Uday Shankar, and she signed off her South Indian career with the Tamil action movie "Narasimha", directed by Thirupathisamy and starring Vijayakanth.