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Ye Maaya Chesaave (U/A)

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26 Feb 2010
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Gautham Menon is known for bringing out excellent love subjects on the silver screen. Almost every artiste likes to work with this award-winning director and Naga Chaitanya got one such opportunity in the early days of his career. Moreover, the film Ye Maaya Chesave  has yet another speciality in the form of music director.

Oscar award winner AR Rahman scored music for the movie. One more interesting point behind the movie is the banner — Indira Productions and the film has been presented by none other than Super Star Krishna. All these points raised the expectations on the film further.

Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) is a drop out of engineering studies. His father admits him in the engineering college, but Karthik expresses his wish to become a filmmaker. His friend Krishna (Krishnudu) takes him to director Vinayak (VV Vinayak) and pleads with him to take him as his assistant. Meanwhile, Karthik accidentally meets his landlord’s daughter Jessey (Samanta) and loses his heart at the first sight. Despite being elder, Karthik expresses his wish to love her and reveals it straight to her.

Her father Joseph (Devan) would not accept to marry a Hindu and he is also against love marriages. Whether he will get his lady love and whether he will become a filmmaker should be watched on scree.

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