The idea for Eega originated in the late s in screenwriter K. Eega ‘s soundtrack was released on 30 March at a promotional event at Shanti Sarovar, Brahma Kumaris ‘ academy in Gachibowli , a suburb of Hyderabad. By the time Sudeep discovers this, the money has already burned to ashes, leaving him almost penniless. Eega was parodied twice in Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao ‘s comedy film Sudigadu ; when a young girl asks her father to tell her a bedtime story in the opening credits,  and in a scene in which the protagonist threatens to kill a female crime boss with weapons designed by Rajamouli, including the fly’s needle. Here is the complete list of winners”. The film’s Telugu version was shown at film festivals worldwide. She added that the film turns into a “silly animated movie for kids” after the fly’s birth.
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Principal photography began on 22 February and continued until late February Archived from the original on 15 February Retrieved 16 October Bindu takes the fly’s wing and makes an amulet with it. Principal photography began on 22 February in Hyderabad;  ninety percent of the film was shot at Ramanaidu Studios in the city.
Sudeep is enraged when he learns that Bindu is helping the fly. The fly causes Sudeep to have an accident on his way to the airport and writes “I will kill you” on the windshield; this makes Sudeep paranoid.
Archived from the original on 27 August Suganth called it a “bravura piece of commercial filmmaking that is an unqualified triumph in every aspect”. Srinivas Mohanwho later collaborated with Rajamouli on Baahubali: But you beat me to it”.
Indo-Asian News Service stated that Eega was the highest-grossing Telugu film of but Bangalore Mirror said it was the second-highest after Gabbar Singh in box-office revenue. Rajapur, Indo-Asian News Service gave Eega four stars out of five, and praised the performances and music; Rajapur was particularly appreciative of the visual effects, saying the hard work put in by the entire team was “clearly visible onscreen”.
I am proud to be a part of Eega”. Retrieved 4 April Retrieved 11 April Its protagonist is Nani, who is in love with his neighbour Bindu. Archived from the original on 17 October At that time, he was joking about a housefly seeking revenge on a human in a conversation with his son S.
The soundtracks of Eega and Naan Eeeach consisting of five songs—one of which is a remixed version of the film’s title song—were composed by M.
Senthil Kumar due to creative differences and scheduling conflicts. According to Rajamouli, Eega was illegally downloadedtimes within a week of the pirated version being esga on the Internet. Retrieved 3 April Rajamouli Films featuring anthropomorphic characters Films scored by M. I felt Makkhi was not presented well even though it had a great run on satellite TV. Mohan told Malathi Rangarajan of The Hindu that although the film’s script may resemble those of Stuart Little and Shrekthe use of the plight of sanantha tormented by a housefly was an original idea.
Archived from the original on 6 April In a chain of events, his money is burnt to ashes, leaving him almost penniless. Eega was parodied twice in Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao ‘s comedy film Sudigadu ; when a young girl asks her father to tell her a bedtime story in the opening credits,  and in a scene in which the protagonist threatens to kill a female crime boss with weapons designed by Rajamouli, including the fly’s needle. A marketing magnum opus”. Nani reincarnates as a housefly and tries to protect Bindu while avenging his death.
He further wrote, “Gutsy sly and original, this is the entertainer of the season”.
I am not competing with anyone”. S S Rajamouli’s Eega”. Archived from the original on 8 May Kanchi,  while Janardhan Maharshi and Crazy Mohan wrote the dialogue for the Telugu and Tamil versions respectively, marking their first collaboration with Rajamouli.