Directed by Suresh Krishna
Produced by Nagarjuna Akkineni
Written by Posani Krishna Murali
(dialogues )
Screenplay by Suresh Krishna
Story by Suresh Krishna
Based on Aahaa
Starring Jagapathi Babu
Music by Vandemataram Srinivas
Cinematography S Sarvanan
Edited by Shankar
Great India Entertainments
Release dates
  • 1998 (1998)
Running time
Country India India
Language Telugu

Aaha...! (English: Wow...!) is a 1998 Telugu romantic film produced by Nagarjuna Akkineni under Great India Entertainments banner and directed by Suresh Krishna. The film stars Jagapathi Babu and Sanghavi in the lead roles.[1] The film won a South Filmfare Award and it is a remake of Suresh Krishna's own Tamil film Aahaa.


Sriram (Jagapati Babu) is the son of 'Pepsi' Parasuram (Vijayakumar) always enjoys his life and his father feels that he is a useless fellow. Raghuram (Raghuvaran) his elder brother is their father's favourite son. Raghuram is married to Rajeswari (Jayasudha) and has a son Ajay. Shriram falls in love with Janaki (Sanghavi), the daughter of a cook Rama Rao (Chandra Mohan). Parasuram opposes the match because of the difference in their status. Meanwhile, Raghu's college sweetheart, Gita (Bhanupriya) is dying and she wants to spend her last days with him. She contacts him after five years and they begin meeting secretly. Shriram finds out about this and tries to keep the family secrets, take the blame for everyone's shortcomings and becomes the family scapegoat and his father's favorite whipping boy. The rest of the film examines whether or not Raghu is finally vindicated in the eyes of his family.



Film score by Vandemataram Srinivas
Released 1998
Genre Soundtrack
Length 25:49
Label Aditya Music
Producer Vandemataram Srinivas
Vandemataram Srinivas chronology
Yama Jatakudu

The music of the film was composed by Vandemataram Srinivas, and the lyrics were written by Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry. The music was released on the Aditya Music.

No. TitleSinger(s) Length
1. "Priyuraali Address"  Vandemataram Srinivas 6:18
2. "Aahvanamandhi Andam"  Ramani Maharshi, Harini 4:39
3. "Manasaina"  Srinivas 4:06
4. "Suvi Suvi"  Unnikrishnan,Malesia Vasudevan, Sujatha 5:00
5. "Anthyakshari"  Various 5:32
Total length:


Filmfare Awards


  1. "Aaha ( 1998 )". chithr.com. Retrieved 24 October 2014.

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