Anjani Putra

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Anjani Putra film poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed byA. Harsha
Produced byM. N. Kumar
Screenplay byA. Harsha
Story byHari
Based onPoojai
by Hari
StarringPuneeth Rajkumar
Rashmika Mandanna
Ramya Krishnan
Music byRavi Basrur
Edited byDeepu S. Kumar
MNK Movies
Jayashreedevi Productions
Distributed byMN Kumar
Release date
  • 21 December 2017 (2017-12-21)
Running time
2 hrs 19 mins
Budget15 crore[1]
Box officeest.40Crore[1]

Anjaniputhraa (English: Son of Anjani) is an Indian Kannada action masala film directed by A. Harsha and produced by M. N. Kumar.[2] The film features Puneeth Rajkumar and Rashmika Mandanna in lead roles while P. Ravishankar, Ramya Krishnan, Mukesh Tiwari and Chikkanna play supporting roles. Ravi Basrur composed the soundtrack and film score for the film, while cinematography and editing were handled by Swamy J. and Deepu S. Kumar respectively. The film was a remake of director Hari's Tamil film Poojai (2014).

The film was officially launched on 6 February 2017 and principal photography began a week later.[3] The film's trailer was launched on 24 November 2017 along with audio launch held by Puneeth Rajkumar owned PRK Audio company.[1]

The film was released on 21 December 2017 across Karnataka.[4] Upon release, the film received mixed reviews from critics. collected more than 40

Crore and was declared as commercial hit at box office.[1]


Viraj aka Raja (Puneeth) is a moneylender and also the heir to the Raj Group, a cloth manufacturing conglomerate, until he was disowned by his mother and uncle of his joint family Anjana Devi (Ramya Krishnan) due to some misunderstanding. He meets a rich girl Geetha (Rashmika Mandanna) at a mall, who soon falls in love with him for his good nature. One day, Raja saves the ASuperintendent of Police Surya Prakash IPS(P. Ravi Shankar) and his wife from a group of thugs who work for Bhairava (Mukesh Tiwari), a businessman and contract killer who kills anyone to acquire their land and money. As Surya Prakash was transferred to capture Bhairava, the latter had planned to kill him. Bhairava also plans to illegally grab land sold to a village temple by Raja's late father. These two incidents cause enmity between Raja and Bhairava.

Raja soon reconciles with the rest of his family and returns home. When the land is formally sold to the temple, an irate Bhairava assaults Raja's uncle satyaraju, following which Raja beats him up in retaliation and breaks his hand. A bitter battle erupts between Raja and Bhairava, with Raja, assisted by Surya Prakash, subduing Bhairava's henchmen and thwarting all attempts by Bhairava to destroy his family. Raja, seeking revenge for his mother's injury, rushes to Jodhpur, where Bhairava is hiding and kills him.



Soundtrack album by
Released24 November 2017
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelPRK Audio
Ravi Basrur chronology

Ravi Basrur had composed the songs and score for the film.[5][6] Audio of the movie was sold to PRK Music owned by Puneeth Rajkumar himself. The audio was released on 24 November 2017 alongside the launch of PRK Music.

1."Anjaniputhraa"Kinnal RajRavi Basrur, Srinivas, Mohan2:33
2."Magariya"Chethan KumarSachin Basrur3:04
3."Geetha"Ravi BasrurVijay Prakash, Supriya Lohith3:31
4."1234 Shille Hodi"V. Nagendra PrasadPuneeth Rajkumar, Chandan Shetty3:33
5."Chanda Chanda"Pramod MaravanteRavi Basrur, Anuradha Bhat3:19
6."Saahukaaraa"K. KalyanVijay Prakash3:00
Total length:19:05


  1. ^ a b c d
  2. ^ Harsha’s Hanuman connection continues with Anjani Putra. The New Indian Express (7 February 2017)
  3. ^ Puneeth's New Film Titled Anjaniputra. (5 February 2017)
  4. ^ "Anjani Putra Movie release date fixed, Coming on December 21". The (18 December 2017)
  5. ^ "Anjaniputra". Filmi Beat.
  6. ^ "Anjaniputra". Lyrics Kart.

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