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Happy Days
Directed bySekhar Kammula
Produced bySekhar Kammula
Written bySekhar Kammula
StarringVarun Sandesh
Nikhil Siddharth
Sonia Deepti
Rahul Haridas
Vamsee Chaganti
Music byMickey J Meyer
CinematographyVijay C Kumar
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Amigos Creations
Distributed byAmigos Creations
  • 28 September 2007 (United States)
Running time
165 minutes
Budget40 million INR
Box office240 million INR(Gross)

Happy Days is a 2007 Indian Telugu-language musicalcoming of age film written, produced and directed by Sekhar Kammula. The film stars Varun Sandesh and Tamannaah in the lead roles, while Nikhil Siddharth, Sonia Deepti, and Rahul Haridas feature in pivotal roles. The target audience for this movie was primarily the youth, teenagers and engineering college students in Andhra Pradesh.

The film was dubbed in Malayalam and remade in Kannada as Jolly days and in Tamil as Inidhu Inidhu by actor Prakash Raj. The film won six Filmfare Awards South,[1] and three Nandi Awards.[2] In 2014, there were speculations that a Hindi remake of Happy Days would be directed by Sekhar himself, and would be co-produced by Salman Khan.[3][4][5] However, there were no further updates.


Happy Days is a 2007 Indian Telugu-language musical coming of age film written, produced and directed by Sekhar Kammula.The film stars Varun Sandesh and Tamannaah in the lead roles, while Nikhil Siddharth, Sonia Deepti, and Rahul Haridas feature in pivotal roles. The target audience for this movie was primarily the youth, teenagers and engineering college students in Andhra Pradesh. Listen to Ajay Satyan Manasinnu Marayilla MP3 song. Manasinnu Marayilla song from the album Happy Days (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is released on Apr 2013. The duration of song is 04:54. This song is sung by Ajay Satyan.

Happy Days tells us a story that explores the lives of eight friends through the four years of their engineering course. Each one of them joins Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology with their own set of idiosyncrasies, eccentricities, beliefs and ideals. What starts off as a journey of individuals, slowly becomes a collective one over time. They bond over as they go through bullying seniors, stringent professors, intense examinations, over the top celebrations, love, betrayal, sacrifice and every other possible emotion that an individual can experience in a college. The movie portrays the mindset of a typical engineering student which helped youth to connect with the characters involved.

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The film is a hyperbolic representation of a student's life. It is not meant to be taken seriously.[6]


  • Varun Sandesh as Chandrashekar 'Chandu'
  • Tamannaah as Madhu
  • Nikhil Siddharth as Rajesh
  • Sonia Deepti as Shravanthi 'Shravs'
  • Vamsee Chaganti as Shankar
  • Gayatri Rao as Aparna 'Appu'
  • Rahul Haridas as Arjun 'Tyson'
  • Monali Chowdhary as Sangeetha
  • Gururaj Manepalli as College Principal
  • Kamalinee Mukherjee as Shreya Madam (Guest Appearance)
  • Krishnudu as Bandodu
  • Randhir Gattla as Naveen
  • Aadarsh Balakrishna as Sanjay
  • Vamshi as Paidithalli
  • Adithya as Praveen
  • Shruti as Prashanthi
  • Srikanth
  • Nachiketh
  • Satya
  • Dileep
  • Chaitanya Chitrada
  • Kamal
  • Praveen
  • Suresh
  • Krishna
  • Sowjanya
  • Priyanka
  • Hima Bindu
  • Deepthi


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Sekhar Kammula held a talent search at Big FM and idlebrain.com and managed to select seven of the eight lead actors. He had to cast Tamannaah as a suitable actress was not found.[7] The main lead of the film was selected using the internet without any direct audition. Varun Sandesh did not audition for his role. He sent his photograph by e-mail in response to idlebrain.com advertisement and subsequently sent a video clip of himself enacting certain scenes along with a song via Google Video. Damidi Kamalakar Reddy, founding Secretary and Treasurer of Chaitanya Engineering College, acted as a Professor/Lecturer in a brief cameo role.


Most of the movie was shot at Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT) and Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology MGIT. In fact, the opening scene between Appu and Rajesh was shot in MGIT with select scenes shot outdoors. Sekhar is an alumnus of CBIT, and he found it to be a suitable location. He had to arrange a special screening of Anand to the chairman of CBIT and its board members to convince them for an on-site shoot. Apparently, after watching Anand, the board granted their permission to shoot the film.[8]

Cost cutting measures[edit]

Sekhar Kammula cut costs of producing the film through various methods. By casting newcomers, he cut expenses to a reasonable level. As most of the shooting took place in the college, there was no need to construct sets. By partnering with Pantaloon Group, he saved another Rs 1 million in the costumes budget.[9]


Happy Days was released on 28 September 2007 in the United States and 2 October 2007 in India. In addition, it was dubbed into Malayalam.



Though the film featured mostly newcomers, it became a commercial hit throughout India. It collected 2 crores (20million) in 50 days.[10] The film received extremely positive reviews for its fresh story, cast, screenplay, and songs.[11][12][13][14]



Filmfare Awards South – 2008[1]
  • Best film – Sekhar Kammula
  • Best Director – Sekhar Kammula
  • Best Supporting Actress – Sonia Deepti
  • Best Music Director – Mickey J. Meyer
  • Best Lyricist – Vanamali (Areyrey Areyrey)
  • Best Male Playback Singer – Karthik (Areyrey Areyrey)
Nandi Awards – 2008[2]
  • Best film (Silver) – Sekhar Kammula
  • Best Music Director – Mickey J. Meyer
  • Best Male Playback Singer – Karthik (Oh My Friend)
CineMAA Awards – 2008
  • Best Film – Sekhar Kammula
  • Best Director – Sekhar Kammula
  • Best Story – Sekhar Kammula
  • Best Screenplay – Sekhar Kammula
  • Best Music – Mickey J. Meyer
  • Best Lyricist – Vanamali (Areyrey Areyrey)
  • Best Lyricist – Veturi
  • Best Male Singer – Karthik (Areyrey Areyrey)


The Music was composed by Mickey J. Meyer and Released by Big Music.[15] The Audio Launch took place at Annapurna Studios on 24 August 2007, 100 students selected from various colleges in Hyderabad attended it to make it more colorful. The guests for the evening included BN Reddy (CBIT), Kamalakar Reddy (CBIT), Dil Raju, Sekhar Kammula, Ravi Naidu (BIG Music), Mahesh Kumar (Reliance business head), Mickey J Meyer, Swapna, C Vijaya Kumar, Ashok and the star cast.BN Reddy launched the audio CD and gave the first unit to Kamalakar Reddy.[16]

Mickey J. Meyer Won The Filmfare Award for Best Music Director – Telugu and Nandi Award for Best Music Director for this Soundtrack.

Happy Days
Soundtrack album by
Released24 August 2007
LabelBig Music
ProducerMickey J. Meyer
Mickey J. Meyer chronology
Happy Days
Hare Ram
1.'Areyrey. Areyrey'VanamaliKarthik4:59
2.'Jill Jill Jinga'Venkatesh PatvariKrishna Chaitanya, Kranti, Aditya Siddharth, Sashi Kiran4:34
3.'Happy Days'Veturi Sundararama MurthyMickey J. Meyer, Harshika3:51
4.'Ya Kundendu'TraditionalPranavi1:24
5.'Ye Cheekati'VanamaliRanjith, Sunitha Sarathy4:45
6.'O My Friend'VanamaliKarthik5:03
7.'Happy Days' (Rock Version)Veturi Sundararama MurthyNaresh Iyer, Mickey J. Meyer3:51
Total length:28:27
Happy Days
Soundtrack album by
LabelRedakh Arts
Universal Music India
ProducerMickey J. Meyer

All tracks are written by Rajeev Alunkal.

Malayalam Track-List[17]
2.'Vida Chollam'Anu Pravin, Shobha3:52
3.'Unarukayayi'Vidhu Prathap4:31
4.'Manasinnu Marayilla'Ajay Satyan4:59
5.'Ee Theeppori'Manjari, Ranjith3:03
Total length:21:01

Dubbed Versions and Remakes[edit]

The film was dubbed into Malayalam as Happy Days and re-made in Kannada as Jolly Days and released in 2008. Both versions proved to be successful. The Tamil remake, Inidhu Inidhu,[18] was directed by noted cinematographer K. V. Guhan under actor Prakash Raj's Duet Movies banner, which flopped at the box-office due to its lack of richness and fresh feel. The first schedule was completed in Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore (also called VIT University) and featured newcomers as protagonists. Mickey J. Meyer was retained as the music director and the project was his first venture in Tamil.


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  15. ^'Happy Days - All Songs - Download or Listen Free - Saavn'. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
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External links[edit]

  • Happy Days on IMDb

Happy Days Movie Malayalam Songs Download

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Succeeded by
Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Happy_Days_(2007_film)&oldid=986988706'
Directed byA. Karunakaran
Produced byAllu Aravind
Written byKona Venkat
StarringAllu Arjun
Genelia D'Souza
Manoj Bajpayee
Music byYuvan Shankar Raja
CinematographyR. D. Rajasekhar
Edited byAnthony
Distributed byGeetha Arts
  • 27 January 2006
152 minutes
LanguageTelugu and Malayalam
Budget16 crore (US$2.2 million)[1]
Box office22 crore (US$3.1 million)[1]

Happy is a 2006 Indian Telugu-language romantic comedy film directed by A. Karunakaran.The film stars Allu Arjun, Genelia D'Souza and Manoj Bajpayee in lead roles; music was scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja. The film was produced by Allu Aravind and released on 27 January 2006.

Upon release, the film was dubbed into Malayalam and released with the title Happy be Happy. The Telugu version was not successful at the box office whereas the Malayalam version was successful collecting 12.22 lakhs in its opening week at Ernakulam. The film ran for a total of 170 days in Kerala and earned Allu Arjun huge number of fans in the state. The film was remade in Bengali under the title Bolo Na Tumi Aamar starring Dev and Koel Mallick and in OdiaLoafer starring Babushaan and Archita Sahu.


Madhumati (Genelia D'Souza) is the daughter of a politician (Deepak Shirke) who turns out to be a martinet at home with his attachment on power. He believes that his daughter's behavior would influence his caste politics, so he tries to keep 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. When she goes for a medical camp along with her classmates to Araku Valley, she meets Bunny (Allu Arjun) randomly in the woods nearby the medical camp. The story starts with his funny and playful encounters with Madhumathi.

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 thinks that his daughter is dating someone and comes to believe that it's none other than Bunny. Due to this, he decides to get her married to a person of his own caste Arvind (Manoj Bajpayee), who is settled as the DCP.

Madhumati is more attached to her studies than marriage. She goes to Bunny and places the blame on him saying that he was the reason for her marriage. Knowing that, Bunny plans to stop the marriage and meets Arvind. Bunny lies to Arvind and convinces him that he is in love with Madhumathi. Arvind believes the latter and cancels the wedding. Later on, Madhumathi's father plans to get her married with his friend's son, who is an illiterate and doesn't want his wife to be educated. Her father visits DCP Arvind and gives him the marriage invitation. Shocked Arvind meets Bunny and gets him married to Madhumathi in a registrar office. 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 living with Bunny (or rather Bunny ends up living with her, as he loses his job). Throughout their times together, mishaps and comedic events happen; Bunny ends up falling for Madhumati. Being separated from her family, Madhumati has no way of paying for fees, and one day, she expresses this to Bunny. Bunny gets into the film industry as a stuntman taking high risk to his life to pay the semester fees of Madhumathi’s MBBS.

Madhumathi scores low in a subject and gets a negative feedback from her professor. To focus on her studies, she scorns Bunny and wants him to be out of the house. Madhumathi then focuses on her studies and achieves her MBBS degree with honors. On the day of her graduation, she admits to her friend that she is indeed in love with Bunny. Her friend reveals that Bunny risked his life to pay her college tuition fee by doing dangerous stunts. He told her not to tell Madhumathi, and he is going 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 policeman who is her father's nemesis. As she was giving a lift to a sex worker (she didn't know 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 her in a rage of fury. She manages to contact Bunny with a cell phone provided by one of the inmates, 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, Arvind comes back just in time and stops Bunny. He says he'll take care of everything and Bunny and Madhumati leave. Finally the couple unite.


  • Allu Arjun as Bunny aka Bhasker
  • Genelia D'Souza as Madhumati (Bunny's love interest and girlfriend)
  • Manoj Bajpayee as DCP Arvind
  • Kishore as ACP Ratnam
  • Deepak Shirke as Madhumati's father
  • Tanikella Bharani as Subba Rao
  • Brahmanandam as Appala Naidu
  • Rama Prabha as Madhumati's grandmother
  • Suman Setty as Bunny's friend
  • G. V. Sudhakar Naidu as Fight Master G.K.
  • Seetha as Madhumati's mother
  • Master Bharath as Bunny's neighbour
  • M. S. Narayana as Ticket collector
  • Jahnavi as Madhumati's friend
  • Rahul Aggarwal
  • Vijay Raj
  • Apoorva


Soundtrack album by
Released30 December 2005 (India)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelAditya Music
ProducerYuvan Shankar Raja
Yuvan Shankar Raja chronology

The soundtrack was composed by noted Tamil composer Yuvan Shankar Raja, which was released formally on 30 December 2005.[2] It features six tracks with 'Sirivennela' Seetharama Sastry, Chandrabose, Kulasekhar, Viswa, Pothula Ravi Kiran, Ananta Sriram having each penned lyrics for one song. Yuvan Shankar Raja received much critical acclaim for the music of Happy, which was described as foot-tapping, brilliant and excellent[3][4][5] and also as the major highlight and main strength of the film.[4][6]

Original version[edit]

1'Chal Chal Re'Clinton Cerejo
3'Ossa Re'Jassie Gift, Suchitra
4'I Hate You'Ranjith, Vasundhara Das
5'Egire Mabbula' (Version l)S.P.B. Charan
6'Egire Mabbula' (Version ll)KK
7'Nee Kosam'Shankar Mahadevan

Malayalam version[edit]

Lyrics for all the songs were penned by Siju Thuravoor.

1'Azhake Nee Enne'Jose Sagar
3'Chal Chal Chal Mere'Anwar Sadath
4'Chirichu Konjunna'Jassie Gift, Sangeetha
5'I Hate You'Vidhu Prathap, Akhila Anand
6'Maname Manmizhiyale'V. Devanand

Box office[edit]

Happy was made with a high budget of 16 crore (US$2.2 million).[1]Happy collected 12 crore (US$1.7 million)(Share) in 100 Days worldwide with a final gross figure of 22 crore (US$3.1 million).[1]


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  5. ^'Movie review - Happy'. idlebrain.com. Retrieved 27 June 2009.
  6. ^'Happy - Telugu Movie Review'. radiokhushi.com. Archived from the original on 11 December 2009. Retrieved 27 June 2009.

External links[edit]

  • Happy on IMDb
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