Ajay (2006 film)

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Ajay
Ajaypower.jpg
Directed by Meher Ramesh
Produced by Rockline Venkatesh
Written by Gunashekhar
Starring Puneeth Rajkumar
Anuradha Mehta
Music by Mani Sharma
Cinematography Vasu
Edited by Marthand K Venkatesh
Production
company
Rockline Entertainments Pvt Ltd.
Release date
  • 4 June 2006 (2006-06-04)
Country India
Language Kannada

Ajay[1] is a 2006 Kannada language sports film starring Puneeth Rajkumar and Anuradha Mehta[2] It was Anuradha's debut Kannada film. The film is remake of Telugu blockbuster Okkadu.[3]

Plot[edit]

Ajay (Puneeth Rajkumar) is so clever he keeps Paddu (Anuradha Mehta) in his house for sometime without the knowledge of his father, who is a cop. When Vijay (Prakash Raj) comes looking for his would-be, there is further more actions. On the other hand Ajay, with the gang of his friends is making his own effort to send off Paddu to Australia as she is ready with Visa and passport. In the last minute he prepares for the final bout in Kabaddi game. It is victory everywhere for Ajay. In life he finds a profession, in personal life he gets a beautiful wife Paddu and he finishes of the strong opponent the rabble rouser Vijay and his team.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Ajay
Soundtrack album by Mani Sharma
Released June 2006
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Track # Song Singer(s) Lyrics
1 Rama Anta Krishna Anta Shankar Mahadevan Hamsalekha
2 Enayitu Nanageedina K S Chithra, Kunal Ganjawala K. Kalyan
3 En Chenda Shreya Goshal Hamsalekha
4 Ene Aagali Mallikarjun K. Kalyan
5 Saahasa S P Balasubrahmanyam K. Kalyan

Remakes & character map[edit]

Okkadu (2003)
(Telugu)
Ghilli (2004)
(Tamil)
Ajay (2006)
(Kannada)
Zor (2008)
(Bengali)
Tevar (2015)
(Hindi)
Ajay
(Mahesh Babu)
Saravanavelu
(Vijay)
Ajay
(Puneeth Rajkumar)
Surja
(Jeetendra Madnani)
Pintoo Shukla
(Arjun Kapoor)
Swapna Reddy
(Bhumika Chawla)
Dhanalakshmi
(Trisha Krishnan)
Paddu
(Anuradha Mehta)
Sumi
(Barsha Priyadarshini)
Radhika Mishra
(Sonakshi Sinha)
Obul Reddy
(Prakash Raj)
Muthupandi
(Prakash Raj)
Vijay
(Prakash Raj)
Indrajit
(Subrat Dutta)
Gajendar Singh
(Manoj Bajpai)
Ajay's father
(Mukesh Rishi)
Sivasubramanian
(Ashish Vidyarthi)
(Nassar) Surja's father
(Deepankar De)
S. P. Shukla
(Raj Babbar)

References[edit]