Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde (English: Heart Slipped and Went Missing) is a 2013 Telugu film written and directed by then-debutante Vijay Kumar Konda. It was produced by N. Nikitha Reddy under the banner of Shresht Movies. The film features her brother Nithin along with Nithya Menen and Isha Talwar in the lead roles. Indian badminton player Jwala Gutta made a special appearance. The title of the movie is taken from the song “Dil Se” from Pawan Kalyan’s film Gabbar Singh. Pawan Kalyan made a cameo appearance in the song “Emaindho Emo Eevela”, which is a remix of the song with the same name in Pawan’s Tholi Prema. Anoop Rubens composed the music while I. Andrew and Prawin Pudi handled the cinematography and editing respectively.
The film performed well at the box office, emerging as a consecutive hit for Nitin after Ishq, which also starred Nithya Menen. The film was remade in Kannada as Khushi Khushiyagi (2015). The film was dubbed into Hindi as Heart Attack 2 by Goldmines Telefilms in 2018.
Karthik (Nithin) is a carefree guy who believes that one should make their self decisions. At his friend Pandu’s (Ali) wedding reception, he sees Sruthi (Isha Talwar) and falls for her at first sight. He asks Pandu’s wife to find out about Sruthi. After Pandu’s wife gives Sruthi’s number to Pandu and asks him to convey it to Karthik, a miscommunication between Karthik and Pandu leads to Karthik calling Sravani (Nithya Menen). Karthik mistakes Sravani for Sruthi and talks to her over the phone. Unbeknownst to him, Sravani knows who Karthik is and develops an interest in him.
But a series of events clears Karthik’s confusion and everything is revealed. Meanwhile, Karthik helps his friend Madhu (Madhunandan) in gaining a girl’s attention; the girl none other than Sruthi, who falls for Madhu. Comedic events lead to Madhu doubting Sruthi, and their relationship is at stake. Later they unite.