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The music of "Sahodarara
" was composed by rajan - nagendra
The film was later remade in Telugu as "Manushulu Chesina Dongalu" (1976) and in Tamil as "
() is a 1977 Indian Kannada language film directed by K. S. R. Das. It stars Vishnuvardhan and Rajinikanth in lead roles. It was one of the few films that Rajinikanth acted in Kannada. The film was remade in Telugu as "Annadammula
" in 1978 starring Krishna and Rajinikanth. It was dubbed into Tamil as "Sahodara Sapatham" and into Hindi as "Diller". The Kannada song "Hey Nanagaagiye" was retained in the Telugu version as "Naakosame Neevunnadhi ".
Seetharamu () is a 1979 Indian Kannada language film directed by V. Somashekhar. The film stars Shankar Nag, Manjula and Thoogudeepa Srinivas in lead roles. The film is based on a science fiction of brain transplant. The song "Ee Roopave Nannee Baalina" was earlier used by Chellapilla Satyam for the 1978 Telugu movie Annadammula
which incidentally was a remake of 1977 Kannada movie Sahodarara
. This was remade in Telugu and Hindi as "Seethe Ramudaithe" and Diya Aur Toofan respectively.
is a Tamil language film starring Kamal Haasan, Jaishankar, Y.G. Mahendra and Lakshmi. The film which was a remake of Hindi film "Haath Ki Safai" (1976) was released on 3 July 1981 and did well at box office.
Eastman Color was introduced to Kannada Cinema through Kannada Cinema's first full length color film Amarashilpi Jakanachari in year 1964. In the 1970s, films such like Bangarada Manushya, Eradu Kanasu, Shree Krishna Devaraaya, Sampathige
etc. was shot in "Eastmancolour".
The film title is inspired from an old song "Yaare Koogadali Oore Horadali" from the film "Sampathige
" which featured Rajkumar, father of Puneeth, in the lead role. The budget of the film was reported to be .
A Malay version called "Kita Orang Singapura" with similar rules hosted by Najip Ali debuted on 6 Jan 2014 and will end on 31 March 2014. There is also a Tamil version known as "
He was born on 5 January 1936. He worked for about 40 films in different positions. As a director Loguttu Perumallakeruka (1966) was his debut film, with Sobhan Babu and Rajasri playing the lead roles. He has made about 30 films with Telugu superstar Krishna, starting with Takkari Donga Chakkani Chukka (1969), produced by Y.V. Rao. His Mosagallaku Mosagadu (1971) became a trendsetter in Indian films and was dubbed into many languages. He worked with N. T. Rama Rao (Yugandhar), Chiranjeevi (Billaa Ranga, Puli Bebbuli and Roshagadu), Rajinikanth (Iddaru Asaadhyule, Annadammula
), Sobhan Babu (Loguttu Perumallakeruka, Girija Kalyanam, Chesina Baasalu), Vishnuvardhan (14 Films).
() is a 1978 Telugu Drama film starring Krishna, Rajinikanth, Jayachitra and Chandrakala in the lead roles. It was a remake of the 1977 Kannada film "Sahodarara
" which starred Vishnuvardhan and Rajinikanth also directed by K.S.R Das, which was dubbed into Tamil as "Sahodara Sapatham". The music director of both the movies was Chellapilla Satyam. The tune of Kannada song "Hey Nanagaagiye" was retained for the Telugu version "Naakosame Neevunnadhi ". Also the song "Nee Roopame" which comes in place of "O Nallane Savi Mathonda" was later used by Chellapilla Satyam for the 1979 Kannada movie Seetharamu as "Ee Roopave Nannee Baalina".
Savaale Samali () is a 1971 Tamil language film starring Sivaji Ganesan in the lead role of a protagonist and it is his 150th movie. The film was remade in Telugu as "Manchi Rojulu Vachchaayi" (1972) starring Nageswara Rao, in Malayalam as "Randu Lokam" (1977), in Kannada as "Siritanakke
" (1978) starring Vishnuvardhan and in Hindi as "Charnon Ki Saugandh" (1988) with Mithun Chakraborty.
is a Tamil film is directed by Puratshidasan . In English, the title means "The challenge I took". The Cowboy style movie did not fare well at the box office and was a failure. It was dubbed into Telugu as 'Ethe Naasaval'.
() [English Meaning : Challenge To Wealth] is a 1974 Indian Kannada drama film directed by A. V. Seshagiri Rao and produced by A. N. Murthy, based on a play of the same name written by Pi. Bi. Dhuttaragi. The film stars Rajkumar, Vajramuni and Manjula in lead roles. The screenplay, dialogues and lyrics for the soundtracks were written by Chi. Udaya Shankar.
Sengodan is in love with his cousin Semba (Anjali Devi). Esraj (K. A. Thangavelu), a counterfeiter, plans to get at the fortune. He seeks the help of a graduate Bangaru (R. S. Manohar) and his lover (Mynavathi). Without his knowledge, a policeman (K. Sarangkapani) and an actress "
" Kannamma work against him and the smart couple succeed in spoiling the evil designs of the counterfeiter. Meanwhile, Sengodan is arrested on a charge of attempting to murder Bangaru. However, the smart detective helped by his girlfriend finds out the truth and all is well that ends well.
Manjula started her acting career in 1965 with a drama troupe Prabhat Kalavidaru. She then entered the Kannada film industry in a small role through the film "Mane Katti Nodu" in 1966. The film was directed by Sri Sadguru. Her lead actress debut was in the 1972 film "Yaara Saakshi", which was directed by veteran director M. R. Vittal. She has shared screen with south super stars like Rajkumar and Vishnuvardhan and also other prominent actors like Srinath and Shankar Nag and others, but most successful is with Srinath. They acted together in about 35 films. She starred in over one hundred films during her film career. She has played a variety of roles and most of her films became successful. Some of her notable films are "Sampathige
", "Durgi", "Yeradu Kanasu", "Besuge" and "Seetha Ramu".
He made his cinematic debut with K. Balachander's 1975 Tamil drama "Apoorva Raagangal", in which he played a minor role of an abusive husband. He had his first major role in Balachander's Telugu drama film "Anthuleni Katha" (1976), and got his breakthrough in Tamil with "Moondru Mudichu" (1976)—also directed by Balachander. His style and mannerisms in the latter earned recognition from the audience. In 1977, he acted in 15 films, playing negative characters in most of them, including "Avargal", "16 Vayathinile", "Aadu Puli Attam" and "Gaayathri". He had positive roles in "Kavikkuyil", the Kannada film "Sahodarara
", and the Telugu film "Chilakamma Cheppindi", in which he played the protagonist for the first time in his career. His role as a failed lover in S. P. Muthuraman's "Bhuvana Oru Kelvikkuri" (1977) won him critical acclaim. In 1978, he was cast as the main lead in the Tamil film "Bairavi". The same year, he received critical acclaim for his roles in "Mullum Malarum" and "Aval Appadithan"; the former earned him a Tamil Nadu State Film Award Special Prize for Best Actor. He made his Malayalam cinema debut with I. V. Sasi's fantasy drama "Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum" (1979), an adaptation of a story from "One Thousand and One Nights". By the end of the decade, he had worked in all South Indian languages and established a career in Tamil cinema.
In 1978, Rajinikanth went on to star in 20 different films in Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada. His first film of the year was P. Madhavan's "Shankar Salim Simon". Following that he was seen in the Kannada film "Kiladi Kittu", co-starring Vishnuvardhan, who was then a leading actor in Kannada. His next release, "Annadammula
", saw him playing the second lead with Krishna. Rajinikanth reprised his role in the Kannada original. He then played an important role in "Aayiram Jenmangal", which was touted as a supernatural thriller. Next, he played a prime antagonist in "Maathu Tappada Maga", his 25th release. "Bairavi", directed by M.Bhaskar and released in the same year, was the first Tamil film to cast Rajinikanth as a main hero. It was for this film that he earned the sobriquet "Superstar". S. Thanu, one of the film's distributors, set up a cut-out of Rajinikanth over high. His next appearance "Ilamai Oonjal Aadukirathu", a quadrangular love story written by C. V. Sridhar, saw him in the role of a man who sacrifices his love for his friend, played by Kamal Haasan. The film's success prompted Sridhar to remake the film in Telugu, directing "Vayasu Pilichindi", which retained the original cast of the Tamil film.
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