Gauri Ganesha

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Gauri Ganesha
Gauri Ganesha (Kannada film) poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Phani Ramachandra
Produced by Vishwa Sagara
Written by Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy
Starring Anant Nag
Master Anand
Vinaya Prasad
Mukhyamantri Chandru
Ramesh Bhat
Music by Rajan-Nagendra
Cinematography R. Manjunath
Edited by Suresh Urs
Release date
  • 1991 (1991)
Country India
Language Kannada

Gauri Ganesha is a 1991 Kannada comedy-drama film[1] directed by Phani Ramachandra. It stars Anant Nag, Vinaya Prasad, Master Anand, Mukhyamantri Chandru, Ramesh Bhat among others. Puttur Narasimha Nayak was awarded the best play back singer in Karnataka State Film Awards in 1992 for the song Nimma Maguvu Naguthiruva. The story is based on Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy's comedy novel Wedding Bells. The movie was remade in Telugu in 1992 as Golmaal Govindam.



Lambodhara is a petty trickster who cheats and lies to make a false living. One day, he turns himself into an hospital to get free lodging and food, but comes across a recent patient named Gauri who has died of heart failure. He decides to take her belongings and make some money of them, but instead finds her diary. He realizes that Gauri has come across 3 men who had significant influence in her life. The first man was her former boss who had proposed indecently to sleep with her. The second man wanted her to pretend that they are married to fool his parents in return for money for her heart treatment. The last man is a friend of the 2nd man, and thought that he had slept with her in a drunken state. The truth is that none of the men had any physical contact with her. Lambodhar devises a plan to extract money from these men and their families. He writes letters to the m stating that Gauri has given birth to their son and named him Ganesh. After a series of funny events, all the three come to meet lambodhar on the same day, and the film ends when Lambodhar blackmails them into submission.


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