| Srinu Vaitla|
| August 23, 2002|Sontham Wikipedia
Sontham is a Telugu language romantic comedy film released on 23 August 2002. It was directed by Srinu Vaitla. Sunil, Aryan Rajesh, Rohit and Namitha played the lead roles. Devi Sri Prasad composed the score. It performed moderately well at the box office.
Vamsy (Aryan Rajesh), Nandu (Namitha) and Bose (Rohit) are childhood friends. Vamsy and Nandu grew up very close. Bose falls in love with a beautiful girl named Sowmya. When Bose tells Vamsy about her, she deems it one more love affair that is bound to fail. Vamsy feels that friendship is more valuable than love and that love spoils a friendship. Nandu, who wanted to share her love, goes back to the shelter as she feels Vamsy might get offended.
Vamsy leaves for New Zealand to supervise the overseas operations of his father's company. In New Zealand, Vamsy realizes that he is in love with Nandu. When Vamsy returns to India, he finds out that Nandu is already engaged to someone else. Just before her marriage, Nandu receives a bouquet from Vamsy's friend addressing both Vamsy and Nandu. Realizing that Vamsy loves her, Nandu runs after him at the Airport.Aryan Rajesh as Vamsy
Namitha as Nandu
Rohit as Bose
Sunil as Sheshagiri "Shesham"
M. S. Narayana as Lecturer Bogeswar Rao
Chitram Seenu as Shesham's friend
Ramachandra as Shesham's friend
Jhansi as Lecturer Venkatalakshmi
Dharmavarapu Subramanyam as Subbu
Adivi Sesh as Venkat (Nandu's Fiancé)
Neha Pendse as Sowmya
Neelopher as Maggie
Ali as Shesham's friend
Chinna as Shesham's friend
Jaya Prakash Reddy as Gulabi Thief
Tanikella Bharani as Vamsy's father
Telangana Shakuntala as Shesham's mother
The music and background score was composed by Devi Sri Prasad and lyrics for 5 songs were penned by Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry.