Ninne Premistha (English: I will Love You !) is a Telugu-language romance film, produced by R. B. Choudary on Super Good Films banner, directed by R. R. Shinde. Starring Nagarjuna Akkineni, Srikanth, Soundarya, Rajendra Prasad in the lead roles and music composed by S. A. Rajkumar, dialogues were penned by Trivikram Srinivas and cinematography by Shyam K Naidu. The film recorded as Super Hit at the box-office. The film is remake of Tamil Movie Nee Varuvai Ena (1999), starring Parthiban and Devayani in lead roles, with Ajith Kumar in a guest appearance.
Kalyan (Srikanth) spends his time dreaming of marriage. On a bus ride to Pattiseema (West Godavari District) to take up a promotion as a bank manager, he is involved in an accident loses his eyesight. The scene shifts to three months later when he recovers he goes back to Pattiseema with his friend Ramesh (Rajendra Prasad). Meghamala (Soundarya), living in the house opposite his, showers affection on him, giving him coffee, providing him with hot water, etc. But when he visits with his parents, to talk about marriage, she rejects him revealing the real reason behind her attachment to Kalyan, she tells him of her ill-fated love affair with Srinivas (Nagarjuna Akkineni) who died in the same accident and his eyes are transplanted to Kalyan. Eager to send Kalyan on his way, Meghamala sends a letter to Kalyan's home on his name, accepting the latest girl Srilakshmi (Ravali) they picked for him and Kalyan returns home to find arrangements for his wedding in full swing, Meghamala also arrives at marriage but Kalyan's parents send her away. Next day she sees Kalyan in the opposite house knowing that he canceled the marriage, Ramesh married Srilakshmi. Finally, he says that "they live life long seeing to each other".
|director||R. R. Shinde|
|editor||Marthand K. Venkatesh|
|keywords||bank manager bus ride cancel love affair married nagarjuna akkineni rajendra prasad ravali soundarya srikanth wed|
|musicBy||S. A. Rajkumar|
|producer||R. B. Choudary|
|productionCompany||Super Good Films|