Dhool (2011 film)
|Produced by||M H Sunil|
|Written by||Boopathy Pandian|
|Based on||Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam|
|Music by||V. Harikrishna|
|Edited by||Deepu S. Kumar|
Sri Sevalal Productions
Dhool is a 2011 Indian Kannada language romantic action film written and directed by Dharani, son of director M. S. Rajashekar making his directorial debut. The film was produced by M. H. Sunil. The film stars Yogesh, Aindrita Ray and Prakash Raj in the lead roles. It was a remake of Tamil hit film, Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam directed by Boopathy Pandian and starring Dhanush and Shriya Saran. Prakash Raj reprised his own role from the original version. The film features the soundtrack and original scores composed by V. Harikrishna.
The film released on 29 April 2011 across Karnataka to positive response. However critics noted that the remake version could not match up to its original Tamil version. The film was also dubbed into Hindi as Dildaar in 2013. The film collected 1,00,00,000 rupees at box office.
Guru (Yogesh), an unemployed youth is a carefree guy. He meets Priya (Aindrita) in a temple and instantly falls for her. Priya is the sister of rich industrialist Nanda (Prakash) who is extremely possessive about her. Knowing his adamant attitude, Guru approaches Nanda and asks for his sister's hand. Enraged upon his daring, Nanda kicks him out of the house. But Guru silently woos Priya and both fall in love. Nanda uses his money power to break this alliance in several attempts but fails. Later Guru takes up a challenge to win over Priya using his money power and succeeds.
- Yogesh as Guru
- Aindrita Ray as Priya
- Prakash Raj as Nanda
- Om Prakash Rao
- Achyuth Kumar
- Sudha Belawadi
- Richard Louis
- Mandeep Roy
The film began its principal photography in 2009 and the first schedule was completed by 11 September 2009. It was reported that the actor Prakash Rai was paid ₹40 Lakhs for his role.
|Soundtrack album by V. Harikrishna|
The audio was launched on Akshaya Audio label. The audio launch event was held at Bangalore with actor Yogesh presence. Actress Aindrita Ray was absent at the event as she was away on a trip. There was a row between actress and director over her absence which was amicably solved later. The song "Amma Loosa" was hugely popular among the masses and was on top of the dance charts for many weeks.
All music composed by V. Harikrishna.
|1.||"Eduru Mane Meenakshi"||V. Nagendra Prasad||Rajesh Krishnan|
|2.||"Hindilla Mundilla"||Yogaraj Bhat||Karthik|
|3.||"Nanageke Heege"||V. Nagendra Prasad||Haricharan, Nanditha|
|4.||"Vasantha Banthu"||Kaviraj||Suvi Suresh|
|5.||"Nanna Neenu Gellalare"||V. Nagendra Prasad||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Tippu|
|6.||"Amma Loosa"||V. Nagendra Prasad||V. Harikrishna, Megha|