Orange (2010 film)

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Orange poster.jpg
Directed byBhaskar
Produced byNagendra Babu
Written byBhaskar
StarringRam Charan
Genelia D'Souza
Shazahn Padamsee
Sanchita Shetty
Prakash Raj
Music byHarris Jayaraj
CinematographyKiran Reddy
B. Rajasekar
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Distributed byGeetha Arts
Release date
  • 26 November 2010 (2010-11-26)
Running time
160 minutes

Orange is a 2010 Indian Telugu-language romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Bhaskar in his third venture after Bommarillu and Parugu. The film features Ram Charan, Genelia D'Souza, and Shazahn Padamsee in the lead roles, while Sanchita Shetty, Prabhu, and Prakash Raj play supporting roles. The film, whose music was composed by Harris Jayaraj, began the first schedule in February 2010,[1] and was released on 26 November 2010.


Set in the backdrop of Australia, the film opens with an angry Ram (Ram Charan) who just broke up with his girlfriend Jaanu (Genelia D'Souza), narrating the story of his love life to a police officer, Abhishek Verma (Prakash Raj) as he defaces a graffiti of his lover while Jaanu's father (Prabhu) listens.

Ram is introduced to be an youngster who loves graffiti and does not believe in everlasting love. He has gone through nine loves in his life and thinks that love between two people eventually dies out. As a person with strong morals, he is honest and wants to love life and live with open mind, open thought and open action with his lover. Jaanu studies in the same college as Ram. He falls in love with her at first sight and goes onto wooing her. She eventually ends up falling for him but wants him to promise to love her forever. Ram, of course, nonchalantly dismisses this and explains how he cannot love her forever. This leads to a clash of their ideologies. Ram shows Jaanu how even true love stays after a while and true love cannot stay forever, while Jaanu shows him examples of everlasting love, like her friends and her parents. However he makes it clear that love between two people is never the same as it first is. Ram does not really bother about Jaanu's feelings and assumes that things work out for him with her because of how he feels for her without genuinely caring about how she feels and how she wants her future. Ram is, therefore, a narcissist.

Abhishek makes Ram tell him why he feels like this, and Ram explains another love in his life: Rooba (Shazahn Padamsee). He falls in love with her as she visits Hyderabad when he is on a foreign exchange project. He follows her to Mumbai, and they both fall in love. However, as time passes, the couple faces problems, and Ram feels himself lying more and more just to make Rooba happy. Unable to take it anymore, he tells her that he cannot continue loving her if he has to lie and sacrifice so much for her. They break up, and through the experience, Ram becomes the man he is. Ram tries wooing Jaanu once again but soon backs off knowing her desire for a commitment and a life partner. At the end the story again focuses on the present where ram is shown defacing Jaanu's face in his graffiti. Abhishek also realizes that Ram is right in his own way. Ram reveals that Jaanu asked him to give up graffiti and get into a job of a painting teacher. Initially Ram is reluctant but then even he realizes that he loves himself more than he loves his partner so he should start loving his partner more and even learns that sacrifices are a very integral part of a relationship. Hence he sacrifices graffiti and decides to propose to Jaanu again and is shown to be commitmental this time.



Harris Jayaraj composed the soundtrack and background score, in his first collaboration with Ram Charan and Bhaskar. The album consists of six tracks with Vanamali, Ramajogayya Sastry, Surrender Krishna, Kedarnath Parimi penning the lyrics. Karunya, Karthik, Naresh Iyer, Vijay Prakash, Benny Dayal, Shail Hada, Chinmayi performed the vocals. The rights for the soundtrack album were purchased by Aditya Music record label.[2] The audio was launched on 25 October, 2010 at Shilpakala Vedika in Hyderabad.[3] The audio went on to receive highly positive reviews from critics and audience and was nominated at major award ceremonies for Best Music Direction including Filmfare Awards South.[4] The soundtrack for the Tamil version Ramcharan was released on 7 November 2012.[5]

Soundtrack album to Orange by
Released25 October, 2010
28 March, 2013 (Jukebox Digital Release)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelAditya Music
ProducerHarris Jayaraj
Harris Jayaraj chronology
Engeyum Kadhal
External audio
audio icon Audio Jukebox on YouTube
Orange (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
1."Oola Oolala Ala"Surendra Krishna, Kedarnath ParimiKarunya, Ranina Reddy5:38
3."Nenu Nuvvantu"VanamaliNaresh Iyer, Nadeesha, U.V. Jackey4:51
4."Hello Rammante"Ramajogayya SastryVijay Prakash, Devan Ekambaram, D. Burn4:45
5."O'Range"VanamaliBenny Dayal4:16
6."Rooba Rooba"VanamaliShail Hada, Chinmayi5:18
7."Ye Vaipugaa (Unreleased/Theatrical Version)"UncreditedSuchith Suresan1:32
Total length:32:27

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Category Nominee Result
Filmfare Awards South Best Music Director Harris Jayaraj Nominated
Mirchi Music Awards South Best Album of the Year Won
Mirchi Music Awards South Mirchi Listeners' Choice Best Album
Big FM Awards Best Music Director
Big FM Awards Best Playback Singer Karunya


  1. ^ Muhurat of Ram Charan Tej film in Bhaskar direction – Telugu cinema – Ram Charan Tej & Genelia. (20 October 2009). Retrieved on 2016-01-27.
  2. ^ "Aditya Music bags Ram Charan's Orange audio". Oneindia Entertainment. Retrieved 10 July 2010.
  3. ^ "Orange music launch". Retrieved 10 September 2010.
  4. ^ "Harris Jayaraj attributes his success to God". Oneindia Entertainment. Retrieved 27 November 2010.
  5. ^ "Ram Charan Audio Launch Stills". Retrieved 7 November 2012.

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