Baa Baaro Rasika

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Baa Baaro Rasika
Directed by Dayal Padmanabhan
Produced by G Prasad Reddy,
D Sayendra Reddy
Written by Dayal Padmanabhan
Starring Sunil Raoh,
Ramya Krishna,
Music by Mahesh
Cinematography Chandru
Edited by Vinod Manohar
Shanti Sree Creations
Release date
  • 18 June 2004 (2004-06-18)
Running time
137 min
Country India
Language Kannada

Baa Baaro Rasika (Kannada: ಬಾ ಬಾರೋ ರಸಿಕ; English: Come My Admirer) is a 2004 Indian Kannada-language romantic film starring Sunil Raoh, Ramya Krishna and Ashitha in the lead roles.[1][2] The film is directed by Dayal Padmanabhan and produced by Prasad Reddy and Sayendra Reddy for Shanti Shree creations banner. The film features a soundtrack by Mahesh.

The film was dubbed to Telugu as Vayasu Pilichindi and in Tamil as Vaa Manmadhan Vaa.[3]



Film starts with a college campus. The beauty is, it ends right over there as that scene is of Sunil's last of his college life. So no boring classrooms and lobby heroes. Movie takes a turn towards love in Sunil's life and there enters heroine Ashita. Serious about his career, the hero starts hunting for a job. So no 'typical' love songs in parks and pubs! He gets a job under a misandrist (men hater) Ramya (Ramya Krishna). There enters the villain. But till the interval, you will be wondering who this villain is! Soon this men hater starts liking Sunil who is younger than her. So a lot of scope for romance and glamour! Trapped between two ladies, Sunil at last comes out of the trammel. Why Ramya becomes a misandrist is suspense till the end.


The film was released on 18 June 2004 all over Karnataka. The film met with moderate and average response at the box-office.


All the songs are composed and scored by Mahesh.[4]

Sl No Song Title Singer(s) Lyrics
1 "Sakhi O Sakhi" Rajesh Krishnan, Nanditha Shashank
2 "Dheem Dheem Tanana" Hemanth Kumar, Anuradha Sriram Shashank
3 "Catch Me Da" Sujay, K. S. Chithra, Shamita Malnad Shashank
4 "Muddadu Baaro" Malgudi Subha Manjunath Rao
5 "Hotthu Gotthu" Unnikrishnan, K. S. Chithra Manjunath Rao


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