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Directed byVamsy
Produced bySatish Thati and Jai Arnala
Written byVamsi Krishna Akella
StarringAryan Rajesh
Hamsa Nandini
Tanikella Bharani
Jaya Prakash Reddy
Music byIlayaraja
CinematographyP. G. Vinda
Release date
10 February 2007

Anumanaspadam (Telugu: అనుమానాస్పదం) is a 2007 Telugu thriller film directed by Vamsy. Aryan Rajesh and Hamsa Nandini play the lead roles. while Tanikella Bharani and Jaya Prakash Reddy play supporting roles. The music was composed by Ilayaraja with cinematography by P. G. Vinda. The film released on 10 February 2007.


After a hardcore smuggler called Dheerappan was killed in a shootout by police, a reporter named Bhavaraju Suryanarayana alias Bhasu (Aryan Rajesh) happened to watch a video cassette recorded by a dead smuggler. From the video, he learns about a secret treasure trove buried in a forest. Bhasu plans to grab the treasure, so he forms a team of few people. They make a move towards the forests in a hired vehicle and enter the same. Having risked their lives, the treasure hunters swoop on the trove. All of a sudden, the team members get killed one after the other. By the time the survivors come to know what is happening, they are nearly finished. Who the killer is forms the main suspense.



Soundtrack album by
Released2007 (2007)

The Music score is composed by Ilayaraja and most of the songs are written by Veturi Sundararama Murthy.[1]

  • Kuy Lalo Kuy Lalo Chilaka Chilaka (04:33) (Lyricist : Veturi; Singers: Shreya Ghoshal)
  • Mallello Illese Chandamama (04:25) (Lyricist : Veturi; Singers : Hariharan and Sadhana Sargam)
  • Ninu Vethiki Vethiki Choosi (03:46) (Lyricist : Veturi; Singers: Shreya Ghoshal and Vijay Yesudas)
  • Pratidinam Nee Darsanam Mari Dorakunaa (04:19) (Lyricist : Vamsy; Singers: P. Unnikrishnan and Shreya Ghoshal)
  • Raa Raa Raa Gumma Raa Thulle Komma (03:48) (Lyrist : Veturi; Singers: Sonu Nigam and Ilayaraja)
  • Rela Rela Rela Rekki Rekki Rela (04:39) (Lyricist : Veturi; Singers: Tippu and Bhavatha Ragi)


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