Pournami Songs Download – Pournami [English: Full Moon] is a 2006 Telugu language movie which was directed by Prabhu Deva. It casts Prabhas, Charmy, Trisha, Sindhu Tolani, and Rahul Dev. The film had a lot of pre-release hype because of Prabhas & Trisha’s earlier hit, Varsham. The movie was dubbed into Tamil & Malayalam under the same name & into Hindi as Tridev: Pyar Ki Jung in 2008. The movie was partly inspired by the Brazilian film Behind the Sun that was released in 2001 starring Rodrigo Santoro which was adapted from an Albanian novel by Ismail Kadare.
Prabhas as Siva Kesava
Trisha Krishnan as Pournami
Charmy Kaur as Chandrakala
Sindhu Tolani as Mallika
Rahul Dev as Zamindar
Mukesh Rishi as Narasimha
Kota Srinivasa Rao as Nagendra Naidu
Chandra Mohan as Pournami’s father
Manju Bhargavi as Pournami’s stepmother
Geetha as Siva’s mother
Tanikella Bharani as Mallika’s father
Sana as Mallika’s mother
Sunil as Pournami’s elder brother
Harsha Vardhan as Pournami’s uncle
Narsing Yadav as Mallika’s servant
Subbaraju as Nagendra’s son
Brahmaji as Nagendra’s son
Sravan as Nagendra’s son
Veda Sastry as Dancer
Mallikarjuna Rao as Priest
Prabhas Srinu as Tea Seller
Madhu Sharma as Mohini
Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao
Narra Venkateswara Rao
G. V. Sudhakar Naidu
S. No., Title, Singer(s), Length
1. Yevaro Choodali (Female)” K. S. Chitra 4:29
2. “Koyo Koyo” Shaan 4:37
3. “Bhavamaiyna” Jaidev, Punya Srinivas (Veena) & Srinivas (Jathi) 3:23
4. “Muvvala Navvakala” S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chitra, Devi Sri Prasad & Chorus 5:09
5.”Pallakivai” Gopika Poornima 4:47
6. “Yevaro Raavali (Duet)” K. S. Chithra & Sagar 2:54
7. “Ichi Puchukunte” Tippu & Sumangali 4:36
8. “Rock N Roll” Instrumental 1:52
9. “Flute Music (Instrumental)” Kiran 2:09
10. “Bharata Vedamuga” K. S. Chitra, Devi Sri Prasad & Chorus 5:50
Pournami is the story of a village where a tradition is being followed since ages. A dancer had saved the village from the drought ages back by dancing in Shiva`s temple for days and nights. Her last wish was that every 12 years a girl from her family must perform the dance on the night of Pournima.
Then comes the present day when the elder daughter of the family, Pournami (Trisha), goes missing. Rumors are that she has eloped, much to the dismay of her father who shall not teach the dance to her younger sister, Chandrakala (Charmy).
Their step-mother now rules the house and rents away a room to Siva Kesava (Prabhas), a Western-style dance instructor.
The rest is about Chandrakala and Siva`s blossoming relationship and how Siva defeats the villain and revives the ritual by teaching her the dance.
Analysis Of The Movie
The first half of the movie is a bit slower while the second half is a bit heavier. The entire movie is based on dance & the flashback story belongs to a revenge genre. The producer of the film, MS Raju should be appreciated to make a movie that has classical dance & traditions as a backdrop.
The climax of the film could have been better. The thread of the main villain Rahul Dev is left incomplete. All in all, Pournami is not for the crowd who like to watch morning shows on day one and the masses. The commercial success of the movie will depend on how the family crowds embrace it.