Gaalipata

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Gaalipata
Galipata.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Yogaraj Bhat
Produced by Suryaprakash Rao
A. M. Rathnam
Written by Yogaraj Bhat
Screenplay by Yogaraj Bhat
Starring Ganesh
Daisy Bopanna
Anant Nag
Diganth
Rajesh Krishnan
Neethu
Bhavana Rao
Music by V. Harikrishna
Cinematography Rathnavelu
Edited by Suresh Urs
Production
company
SPR Entertainers (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Release dates 18 January 2008
Country India
Language Kannada
Budget INR6 crore (US$980,000)

Gaalipata (Kannada: ಗಾಳಿಪಟ) is a 2008 Kannada-language film directed by Yogaraj Bhat of Mungaru Male fame.[1] The film features an ensemble cast of Ganesh, Diganth, Rajesh Krishnan, Daisy Bopanna, Neethu and Bhavana Rao. The music for the film was composed by V. Harikrishna.

Plot[edit]

Three friends, Ganesh (Ganesh), Diganth (Diganth) and Kitty (Rajesh Krishnan) come to Mugilupete. Ganesh falls in love with Sowmya (Daisy Bopanna), a widow, staying with her in-laws Kodandaram (Anant Nag) and Padma (Padmaja Rao) while Diganth and Kitty fall for Kodandaram's daughters Radha (Neethoo) and Pavani (Bhavana Rao) respectively.

While Diganth-Radha and Kitty-Pavani get the green signal for marriage, Sowmya is hesitant to accept Ganesh as her life partner. The director shows how Ganesh wins her heart in a unique way.

Cast[edit]

Shooting locations[edit]

Most part of the outdoor scenery of "Gaalipata" was shot in "Kodachadri" Kodachadri shivamoga district & "coorg" mandalpatti Yogaraj Bhat chose and represented it as mugilpate where the three friends arrive.

Box office[edit]

It was an uttorflop movie people started catching heads from the 1st scene of the movie and coming to the collections it has collected 1cr and made wid a budjet of 6 crs so according to boxoffice it is declared as an worst film for ganesh [Bengaluru]].[2]

Awards[edit]

Ganesh won the Best Actor Award (Kannada) at the 56th Filmfare Awards South, held in Hyderabad. In total, the movie won three awards including Best Music (V. Harikrishna) and Best Lyricist (Jayanth Kaikini for "Minchaagi Neenu Baralu").[3]

Soundtrack[edit]

V. Harikrishna's songs for the film, including "Akaasha Ishte Yaakideyo", "Minchaagi Neenu Baralu" and "Na Dheem Dheem Tana" became hits and received significant air-time on television and radio channels.

Song Singer Lyrics
Aakasha Ishteyakideyo Tippu, Kunal Ganjawala Jayanth Kaikini
Minchaagi Neenu Sonu Nigam Jayanth Kaikini
Nadhimdhim Tanananaa K. S. Chithra Yograj Bhat
Kavite Vijay Prakash Hrudayashiva
Jeeva Kaleva Sonu Nigam Yogaraj Bhat
Aaha Bedurubombe Udit Narayan, Anuradha Sriram Jayanth Kaikini, Dinesh

Home media[edit]

The movie was released on DVD with 5.1 channel surround sound and English subtitles and VCD.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Admin (2007-06-16). "Ganesh hero of Gaalipata". Entertainment.oneindia.in. Retrieved 2012-08-06. 
  2. ^ "Events - 'Gaalipata' 175 At PVR". IndiaGlitz. 2008-06-09. Retrieved 2012-08-06. 
  3. ^ Super Admin (2009-08-03). "Moggina Manasu bags five Filmfare awards". Entertainment.oneindia.in. Retrieved 2012-08-06. 

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