Vaasu [2002 â FLAC]: A Musical Romantic Comedy Starring Venkatesh and Bhumika Chawla
Vaasu is a Telugu movie released in 2002, written and directed by A. Karunakaran, and produced by K. S. Rama Rao under the Creative Commercials banner. It features Venkatesh and Bhumika Chawla in the lead roles, with music composed by Harris Jayaraj. The movie marked Venkatesh's 50th film as an actor and won two Nandi Awards.
The movie revolves around Vasu (Venkatesh), a college canteen owner and music teacher who dreams of becoming a singer and musician. His father (Vijay Kumar), an IPS officer, wants him to appear for civil services exams and follow his footsteps. Vasu falls in love with Divya (Bhumika Chawla), the daughter of his father's childhood friend, who comes to stay at his house. Divya is already engaged to Manohar (Ali), a guy she has never met. Vasu secretly pursues his musical ambitions and participates in a talent search conducted by Sony Music Company. He faces a dilemma between his love, his family and his passion.
The movie has 10 songs, all composed by Harris Jayaraj, who made his debut in Telugu cinema with this film. The songs are sung by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra, KK, Swarnalatha, Devan Ekambaram, Clinton Cerejo, Tippu and Raghavendra. The songs are a mix of melody, romance and peppy numbers that suit the mood of the film. The songs are available in FLAC format for high-quality audio experience.
Vaasu is a movie that appeals to both the young and the old with its blend of comedy, romance, drama and music. It is a feel-good entertainer that showcases the talent of Venkatesh and Bhumika Chawla as well as Harris Jayaraj's musical genius.
The movie was released on 10 April 2002 and received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The movie was praised for its comedy, romance, music and performances by the lead actors. The movie was also a commercial success, grossing over Rs. 25 crores at the box office. It was one of the highest-grossing Telugu films of 2002 and also did well in other states like Karnataka and Kerala.
The movie was later dubbed into Tamil as Vetri and Hindi as Cheetah The Leopard. The Tamil version was also well received by the audiences and critics. The Hindi version, however, did not fare well at the box office. The movie was also remade in Bengali as Mon Mane Na (2008) starring Dev and Koel Mallick.
Vaasu is a movie that showcases the talent and versatility of Venkatesh as an actor and a singer. He sang two songs in the movie, "Padana Teeyaga" and "Vaale Vaale", which became chartbusters. Bhumika Chawla also impressed with her performance as a bubbly and innocent girl who falls for Vasu. Harris Jayaraj's music was another highlight of the movie, as he delivered a musical treat for the listeners with his catchy tunes and melodies.
Vaasu is a movie that can be enjoyed by anyone who loves music, comedy and romance. It is a movie that will make you laugh, cry and sing along with the characters. It is a movie that will stay in your heart for a long time. aa16f39245