Eradane Maduve

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Eradane Maduve
Directed by Dinesh Baboo
Starring Ananth Nag
Suhasini Maniratnam
Jennifer Kotwal
Release dates
  • July 2010 (2010-07)
Country India
Language Kannada

Eradane Maduve is an Indian Kannada comedy movie directed by Dinesh Baboo starring Ananth Nag, Suhasini Maniratnam, Tara and Jennifer Kotwal in the lead roles. It was a low budget movie and surprise hit of the year 2010.[1]

The film is being remade in Telugu as Bhale Mogudu Bhale Pellam starring Rajendra Prasad.[2]


Erandane Maduve revolves around the family of a senior government officer, his autocratic wife and three arrogant daughters. After being suspended for taking a bribe, Lokayukta officer Vishwanath (Ananth Nag) is left to be always in the house surrounded by his over powering wife and three careless daughters. To get back his respect, he gets help from his lawyer friend Murthy (Rangayana Raghu) and puts up a dramatized make believe plot that he has an affair with a young and sexy lass called Veena (Jennifer Kotwal) who starts visiting his home. On seeing this, the enraged and confused wife Malavika (Suhasini Maniratnam) seeks her bumbling brother's help (Sharan) to get revenge on the husband. Things go haywire and take a comedic turn when Malavika starts getting involved, as a bluff, with a much younger fellow (Prem) who, coincidentally, is in a real affair with one of her own daughters!



The film got released simultaneously in all the major cities of India by its distributors PVR Pictures.


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