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ye (2004 film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Sye Sey telugu film.jpg Directed by S.S. Rajamouli Written by M. Ratnam (Dialogue) Screenplay by S. S. Rajamouli Story by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad Produced by A. Bharati Starring Nithiin Genelia D'Souza Shashank Pradeep Rawat Cinematography Senthil Kumar Edited by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao Music by M. M. Keeravani Production company Sri Bharathi Enterprises Distributed by Sri Bharathi Enterprises Release date 23 September 2004 Country India Language Telugu Budget ?8 crore Box office ?13 crore Sye is a 2004 Indian Telugu-language sports film, directed by S. S. Rajamouli from a story by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad with dialogues written by M. Ratnam. This is Rajamouli's third film after the successes of Student No.1 and Simhadri. The story has a rugby union backdrop. Nithiin and Genelia D'Souza star, while Shashank and Pradeep Rawat play other crucial rol es. The film earned 13 crore against a production budget of 8 crore. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Soundtrack 4 Box office 5 In popular culture 6 References 7 External links Plot Prudhvi (Nithiin) and Shashank (Shashank) are the leaders of two warring student groups in a Hyderabad college. They are fond of rugby union game, and they sort things out between them by playing rugby to prove superiority. One day, a local mafia leader Bhikshu Yadav (Pradeep Rawat) gets a court notice that he has purchased the land of college from its legal heirs. Prudhvi and Sashank's groups unite by forgetting their differences to win back the land for the college. The students attack the political career of Bhikkhu posting fake posters of him in the streets. They go to his liquor shops and play dead to make it appear that the shops sold false liquor which killed the students. After getting affected by assaults of students, Bhikshu Yadav throws a challenge to defeat his team in a game of rugby union to wi n back the land for their college. The rest of the story is how Prudhvi leads his team to the victory. Cast Nithiin as Prudhvi Genelia D'Souza as Indu Shashank as Shashank Pradeep Rawat as Bhikshu Yadav Nassar as College Property owner Ajay as Bhikshu Yadav's henchman Rajiv Kanakala as Rugby coach Rafi Tanikella Bharani as Prudhvi's father and college principal Venu Madhav as Nalla Balu Supreeth as Bhikshu Yadav's henchmen Madhunandan as College Student Sameer as ACP Aravind Sivannarayana Naripeddi Narsing Yadav SS Kanchi as Indu's father Surya as Ping Pong Alapati Lakshmi Preeti Nigam as Prudhvi's mother Sekhar as Bhikshu Yadav's henchm