Okariki Okaru

Okariki Okaru (Telugu: ఒకరికి ఒకరు, English: Each for the other) is a Telugu movie directed by cinematographer Rasool Ellore in his directorial debut.[1] It stars Sriram and Aarthi Chhabria. The film was successful and was subsequently dubbed in Tamil as Unnai Paartha Naal Mudhal with the comedy track by Ramesh Khanna added for Tamil version.[2]

Okariki Okaru
Directed byRasool Ellore
Written byRasool Ellore
Kona Venkat (dialogues)
Produced byP. Kiran
Aarthi Chhabria
Manav Vij
CinematographySunil K. Reddy
Music byM. M. Keeravani
Release date
  • 9 October 2003



Swapna is a non-resident Indian (NRI) who has come to India for a visit along with her grandfather. Kameshwar Rao is on a pilgrimage to Kaasi on the request of his grandmother as he had completed graduation successfully. Kamesh sees Swapna at a railway station and falls in love with her at first sight.

Swapna, along with her grandfather, leaves for their relatives' place in a hurry without giving Swapna a chance to inform Rahul, but somehow Swapna places a note in Rahul's wallet before leaving. When Swapna goes to her relatives' house she learns that it was her engagement which is being arranged and is upset. Her father comes in between for the engagement and stops it as the relatives had actually cheated them on business due to which Swapna's uncle (father's brother) succumbs to cardiac arrest.

After a year Kamesh is on the hunt for his love, so he decides to go to the USA. For this purpose he gets into a software company as an engineer so that he can somehow get to the US on a work permit. The story unfolds in such a way that he goes to the US and is working under Deepak, who is Swapna's cousin. Deepak wants to marry Swapna and she almost compromises in marrying Deepak. The climax sees Kamesh meeting his love and winning it, and so the film ends with a happy note.



Tamil actor Srikanth used his birth name, Sriram, as his stage name for the film to avoid confusion with established Telugu actor Srikanth.[2] Sriram sported a clean-shaven look for the first time in his career.[1]


The music and background score was composed by M. M. Keeravani.[3] S.S. Rajamouli, Jr. NTR and Allu Arjun attended the audio release event as chief guests.[1]

Track list[4]
1."Vellipothe Elaa"Sirivennela Seetharama SastryM. M. Keeravani, Shreya Ghoshal05:08
2."Nadiradinna"ChandraboseKarthik, Ganga05:15
3."Yekkadunnavamma"ChandraboseS. P. Balasubrahmanyam05:27
4."Nuvve Na Shwasa"ChandraboseShreya Ghoshal05:04
5."Ghatu Ghatu Prema"ChandraboseTippu, Nitya Santoshini04:19
6."Allo Nerello"ChandraboseM. M. Keeravani, Ganga05:19
Total length:30:34


The film was praised for the non-vulgarity and classiness carried throughout. It turned out to be a hit even though it was released without any hype or expectation. The audio, which proved a huge hit, helped the film's gross well. The film gained cult status in music and cinematography, which were soothing and blended with the story.[5][6]


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