|Directed by||M. S. Rajashekar|
|Produced by||Rockline Venkatesh|
Om Prakash Rao
|Cinematography||R. Janardhan Babu|
|Release dates||11 April 2002|
|Running time||154 minutes|
Dakota Express is a 2002 Kannada comedy film, a remake of the 2001 Malayalam film Ee Parakkum Thalika. It was produced by Rockline Venkatesh and directed by M. S. Rajashekar. The film stars Rockline Venkatesh and Om Prakash Rao in the leading roles.
Krisha owns an old bus and he is facing lot of problems due to the pathetic condition of the bus. He sold many valuable things to maintain this bus. His friend Sundar was his only companion. A mouse was also there as a character. It ate the passport of Sundar and Sundar was after that mouse. The story took a turn when Gayathri entered the bus as a nomad. She was actually the daughter of a minister. Her father forced her to join politics. So she left home. The police traced her out and had taken her back. Her father was making arrangements for her marriage with someone else. Meanwhile Krisha realised that he cannot live without Gayathri. Krisha and Sundar secretly entered her house and finally all ended well by winning the heart of her father.
- Rockline Venkatesh as Krishna
- Om Prakash Rao as Sundar
- Amrutha as Gayathri
- Malathi Sardeshpande
- Mimicry Dayanand
|1.||"Bassu Bassu"||Hamsalekha||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam|
|2.||"O God O God"||Hamsalekha||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam|
|3.||"Jhum Anthu"||Hamsalekha||K. S. Chithra, Rajesh Krishnan|
|4.||"Bogase Kangala"||Hamsalekha||K. J. Yesudas|
|5.||"Gulaabi Hoove"||Hamsalekha||K. J. Yesudas|
- "Patience helps". The Indian Express. Retrieved 2009-07-08.
- "Khusboo says no to mom roles". Screen Weekly. The Indian Express. 2005-07-15. Retrieved 2009-07-08.
- "How dull can you get?". Metro Plus Chennai (The Hindu). 2002-06-10. Retrieved 2009-07-08.
- Daasa songs
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