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Jayam (2002)

Cast: Nitin, Sada, Gopichand, Siva Krishna, Prasad Babu, Delhi Rajeswari, Lakshmipathi, Shakeela, Suman Shetty
Story, Screenplay and Dialogues: Teja
Lyrics: Kulasekhar
Music: RP Patnaik
Cinematography: Sameer Reddy
Editing: Shankar
Fights: Horseman Babu
Choreography: Shankar
Art: Narayana Reddy
Producer and Director: Teja
Banner: Chitram Movies
Release Date: 14 June
Trivia: This is debut movie for Teja as a producer.
This debut movie for the lead pair Nitin and Sada.
This is first movie of Gopichand in a negative role.
Synopsis: Sujatha are Raghu are kids. Sujatha is the sister-in-law (maradalu) of Raghu. They always fight with each other. The parents of Sujatha and Raghu decide that they should be married off to each other when they grow up. Father of Sujatha shifts his house to city to look after his business. Sujatha and Raghu vow not to see each other again after a bitter argument. All this happened when they are hardly 7-8 years of age. Raghu (Gopichand) grows up and turns out to be a dangerous brat.
Sujatha (Sada) grows up. She joins a college. She has to travel to her college through a train. There she meets another student Venkat (Nitin), who is studying in the same class. Venkat is the son of a poor widower. He does all odd jobs to earn money for his living while studying. Sujatha and Venkat fall in love. When Sujatha parents come to know about it, they put a stop to Sujatha studies and arrange her engagement with Raghu, who is her brother-in-law (bava). Raghu comes to know about her relationship with Venkat. Still, he does not mind, as she is a pretty beautiful girl.
They arrange marriage in 10 days. Meanwhile, Venkat terrorizes Raghu by writings on walls of Raghu's place with blood that he would foil their marriage and take away the bride with him. At the time of marriage muhurat, Venkat takes away Sujatha along with him. The entire gang of Raghu and his buddies are after the run-away-couple. The rest of the story deals with how Raghu and Sujatha emerge as winners.

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