|Directed by||Peketi Sivaram|
|Produced by||A. L. Srinivasan|
|Screenplay by||Peketi Sivaram|
|Based on||Jog Biyog by Ashapurna Devi|
|Music by||G. K. Venkatesh|
|Edited by||V. P. Krishnan, R. Shanmugham|
Baala Bandhana is a 1971 Indian Kannada language romantic drama film, directed by Peketi Sivaram. It stars Rajkumar and Jayanthi in the lead roles. It was produced under ALS Productions. It had a very successful soundtrack composed by G. K. Venkatesh. The film was a remake of 1953 Bengali film Jog Biyog  which was based on the novel of same name by Ashapurna Devi. Though a hit, it could not meet the success of the Tamil and Telugu remake versions of the same Bengali movie. The reason attributed was that the audience felt Sampath could not match the performance of S. V. Ranga Rao.
The music of the film was composed by G. K. Venkatesh and lyrics for the soundtrack written by Ku.Ra.Sitaramashashtry and Vijaya Narasimha. All the songs were received very well. The duet "Chinnadanta Naadige" became hugely popular upon release.
|1||"Chinnadanta Naadige"||P. Susheela, P. B. Sreenivas|
|2||"Nijavanne Heluve Naanu"||P. B. Sreenivas|
|3||"Baachi Baithale"||P. B. Sreenivas|
|4||"Namma Mane"||P. Susheela|
|5||"Kalikeye Jaana"||P. Susheela|
|6||"Aapath Bandhava"||K. J. Yesudas|
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