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Directed by A. Karunakaran
Produced by Allu Aravind
Written by A. Karunakaran
Starring Allu Arjun
Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Distributed by Geeta Arts
Release date(s) January 27, 2006
Running time 152 min.
Happy (Telugu: ??????) is a 2006 Telugu (Dubbed into malayalam as the same title) film that was released on January 27, 2006 and is directed by A. Karunakaran. The film stars Allu Arjun, Genelia D'Souza and Manoj Bajpai. Music was scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Allu Aravind produces this film.
* 1 Story
* 2 Cast
* 3 Music
* 4 Crew
* 5 External links
Madhumathi (Genelia D'Souza) is the daughter of a politician who turns out to be a martinet at home with his attachment on power. He affirms that the behavior of his daughter would influence on his caste politics. Hence he keeps on abstaining her from continuing her MBBS as she goes to college and moves with friends of different mentalities. However, Madhumathi, comes to third year of medicine by maintaining her dignity and without involving in any affairs of love. Her focus is completely on studies. Once, she goes for a medical camp along with her class mates to Ooty. She meets Bunny (Allu Arjun) randomly in the woods nearby the medical camp. The story starts with his funny and playful encounters with Madhumathi.
However, Bunny comes to Hyderabad and joins in a Pizza Shop as a delivery boy and continues his MBA by attending evening classes.
In an incident, Madhumathi’s father doubts that his daughter is dating someone and comes to believe that its none other than Bunny . Hence he decides to get her married to a person of his own caste who settled in a top position. He is Manoj Bajpai, the Deputy Commissioner of Police.
Madhumati is more attached to her studies than marriage. She goes to Bunny and places the blame on him saying that he would be the reason for her suicide should she get forcibly getting married. Knowing that, Bunny plans to stop the marriage and meets the DCP. Bunny lies to him him and convinces the DCP that he is in love with Madhumathi. But Bunny gets caught in his own white lie. Manoj Bajpai believes Bunny’s words and gets him married to Madhumathi in a Registered Marriage. He also gives his new flat for the couple to live in. Madhumathi becomes estranged from her family and in another series of events ends up lives with Bunny (or rather Bunny ends up living with her). Throughout their times together various mishaps and comedic events happen and Bunny ends up falling for Madhumati.Benig estranged from her family Madhumati has no way of paying for fees and one day expresses this to Bunny. Bunny gets into film industry as a stuntman taking high risk to his life to pay the semester fees of Madhumathi’s MBBS.
However, Madhumathi scores low in a subject and gets a negative feedback from her professor. Simply to focus on her studies, she scorns Bunny and drives him out of the house. Madhumathi then focuses on her studies and achieves her MBBS diploma with honors. On the day of her graduation she admits to her friend that she is indeed in love with Bunny. Her friend reveals to her that Bunny risked his life to pay for college tuition by doing dangerous stunts but told her not to tell Madhumati and that he was is leaving back to Vizag that day. With regret, Madhumati tries to reconcile with Bunny and goes to meet him at the train station. On the way there she gets caught by a road block set up by a police man who is her father's archnemesis. As she was giving a lift to a hooker (who she didn't know was a hooker at the time) she is jailed under prostitution charge. Soon her father is arrested as he storms the station and slaps the police who arrested in a rage of fury. She manages to contact Bunny with a cell phone provided by one of the prostitutes and Bunny comes to the station. Bunny also had an incident with the policeman who arrested Madhumati as he once berated him in public for smoking by a gas station. Bunny becomes enraged and begins to fight with the police. As he is about to deliver a finishing blow, the DCP who was transferred by Madhumati's father in contempt of him refusing Madhumati's hand in marriage, comes back just in time and stops Bunny. He says he'll take care of everything and Bunny and Madhumati leave.
Studio album by Yuvan Shankar Raja
January 1, 2006 (India)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Producer Yuvan Shankar Raja
Yuvan Shankar Raja chronology
(2006) Arinthum Ariyamalum
The film has six songs composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Music of the film released on January 1, 2006.
* Chal Chal Re - Clinton
* Happy - Karthik
* Ossa Re - Jassie Gift & Suchitra
* I Hate You - Ranjit & Vasundara Das
* Egire Mabulalona - S.P.B. Charan
* Nee Kosam - Shankar Mahadevan
* Director: A. Karunakaran
* Producer: Allu Aravind
* Screenplay: A. Karunakaran
* Story: Radha Mohan
* Dialogue: Kona Venkat
* Stunts: Vijay, Allan Amin
* Art Director: Chinna
* Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
* Editing: Anthony
* Cinematography: R.D Rajasekhar