Kallarali Hoovagi

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Kallarali Hoovagi
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Directed by T.S. Nagabharana
Starring Vijay Raghavendra
Umashankari
Ambarish
Sumalatha
Kishore
Ananth Nag
Avinash
Bharathi
Music by Hamsalekha
Release dates 2006 (2006)
Country India
Language Kannada

Kallarali Hoovagi is an Indian Kannada language film directed by T.S. Nagabharana. The film, based on a novel of the same name by B L Venu,[1] is a fictitious love story set in Chitradurga kingdom during the reign of Madakari Nayaka, one of the Palegars of Chitradurga.[2] It stars Vijay Raghavendra, Umashankari, Anantnag, Bharathi, Ambareesh, Avinash.

Plot[edit]

This film is set in the time of Madakari Nayaka, a palegar of Chitradurga. The story revolves around a young Hindu boy who falls in love with a Muslim girl of an enemy kingdom whom he meets at the war-ruined area.

Critical reception[edit]

"Kallarali Hoovaagi" got very good critical reaction. Most newspapers and websites hailed it as an exceptional film.[1]

Soundtrack[edit]

Kallarali Hoovaagi music album, composed by Hamsalekha. was released on October 2006,

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Kallarali Hoovaagi"   Hemanth Kumar, Chorus 5:26
2. "Wah Wah Khana"   Udit Narayan, Chorus 5:51
3. "Ee Bhoomi"   Hemanth Kumar, Chorus 5:42
4. "Nanna Nechhina Koteya"   Kunal Ganjawala, Chitra 5:26
5. "Hanatheya Adiyalle"   Shankar Mahadevan 3:57
6. "Dayavillada Dharmavu"   MM Keeravani 2:58
7. "Barappa O Thingala Mava"   Kunal Ganjawala 5:08
8. "Akka Kelavva"   Nanditha 4:51
9. "Ninna Nenapinali"   Rajesh Krishnan, Chitra 4:54
10. "Alimola Alimola"   Chorus 2:37
11. "Mysore Desh"   Jayatheertha Mevundi 1:40
12. "Sampige Siddesha"   Hemanth Kumar, Chorus 1:53
Total length:
50:13

Awards[edit]

  • National Award for Best Film on National Integration[3]
  • State Award for Best Editing Basavaraj Urs from Karnataka Government in 2006-2007
  • State Award for Best Art Director Vittal in 2006-2007
  • State Award Special Award for Costume Design Nagini Bharana and Roshni in 2006-2007

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b [1]
  2. ^ [2] India club
  3. ^ [3]