Happy Days (2007)

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The movie revolves around eight youngsters, who become good friends in their freshman years when they join the college for their Bachelors in Engineering (B.E.). The life of these young ... See full summary »


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18 July 2008 | angelshalz
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| Are you sure about the "happy days" part???????
Another mega hit of 2007. But this time, it's not about the villains, the power or anything else that normal Nagarjuna and Chiranjeevi movies have. It is instead in simple words: about college in Andhra Pradesh. It is about ragging, friends, and relationships during college. I think it is a wonderful idea in general to create a movie with good actors who portray life in college as a time which brings about so many new experiences, if they may be good or bad. However, I didn't buy the whole idea that they summed up your "happy days." I mean I think that a person's "happy days" cover a very broad span of memories and experiences throughout a lifetime, but not necessarily in four years of undergraduate college. One really good thing though is that throughout the movie, the characters develop friendship and love for each other that we as an audience learn to care about. And the characters are very different from each other. They're thankfully not a husky gang of macho young men. There's a geek, there's a party animal, there's a studious guy, etc. But what makes it all very fun, is that they're three-dimensional. We see the romance, the partying, the drama, and the education (to a certain extent). So Check out the movie and the songs "Oh my Friend" and "Arey." A pretty good movie.

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Release Date:

28 September 2007

Language

Telugu


Country of Origin

India

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Budget:

INR30,000,000 (estimated)

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