Gowdru

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Gowdru
Directed by S. Mahendar
Produced by B. A. Madhu
M. S. Abhishek
S. Mahendar
Starring Ambareesh
Shruti
Devaraj
Meena
Music by Hamsalekha
Cinematography Sundarnath Suvarna
Edited by P. R. Soundarraj
Production
company
Sandesh Combines
Release date
16 July 2004
Running time
149 minutes
Country India
Language Kannada

Gowdru (Kannada: ಗೌಡ್ರು) is a 2004 Kannada drama film directed by S. Mahendar. The film features Ambareesh, Devaraj and Shruti in the lead roles along with Meena in a guest role. Gowdru marks the 200th film of Ambareesh and the 100th film of Shruti.[1][2] The film featured original score and soundtrack composed and written by Hamsalekha. The film is an unofficial remake of Tamil film Kizhakku Cheemayile.[3]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Gowdru
Soundtrack album by Hamsalekha
Released 2004
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 35:07
Label Anand Audio

Hamsalekha composed the film's background score and music for its soundtrack. The album consists of six tracks.[4]

Track listing
No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Gaaliyalli Bhoomiya" Hamsalekha Chetan Sosca 6:32
2. "Thaali Kanda Naari" Hamsalekha Fayaz, Chetan Sosca, M. Sheela, Lata Hamsalekha 6:52
3. "En Gowdre" Hamsalekha Rajesh Krishnan, Hemanth Kumar, Nanditha 6:08
4. "Helu Hamsa Pakshi" Hamsalekha Rajesh Krishnan, Archana Udupa 4:49
5. "Gandhada Pada" Hamsalekha Rajesh Krishnan, Archana Udupa, Nanditha, Jayamma 5:32
6. "Male Banda Marughalige" Hamsalekha Rajesh Krishnan, Divya Raghavan 5:14
Total length: 35:07

Awards[edit]

Karnataka State Film Awards[5]

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