Gun (2011 film)

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Gun
Directed byHarish Raj
Produced byK. Murali
Harish Raj
Written byHarish Raj
StarringHarish Raj
Mallika Kapoor
Nikitha
Music byRonnie Raphel
CinematographyAnanth Urs
Release date
  • 25 February 2011 (2011-02-25)
CountryIndia
LanguageKannada

Gun is a 2011 Kannada film in the action genre starring Harish Raj and Mallika Kapoor in the lead roles. Nikitha also plays an important role. The film has been directed and written by Harish Raj and is jointly produced by K. Murali under Nishanth Constructions. The music was composed by Ronnie Raphel. Kalyan and Kaviraj wrote the lyrics for the songs. The film was released on 25 February 2011.[1]

Plot[edit]

The life of the protagonist is affected by a ‘Gun’ in two times in this film. Both the times he was about to accept the love. The life of engineering student Ganesh (Harish Raj) takes curious turn when beautiful Vandana (Nikitha) accept him in her life. At the last moment the bloody confusion in the market place where the cop is chasing the underworld don becomes very costly in the life of Ganesha. Wasim Khan brother from Dubai shoots at but it falls to Vandana. Frightened with this development Ganesha is lost in agony. He gives up his education and takes to drinking.

When Mallika (Mallika Kapoor) the TV6 journalist knows Ganesha is different she makes it a point to get education for him that becomes distant dream for him. That is mainly because the corporation councilor Wasim Khan is on the revenge saga. For the second time Ganesh on the verge of accepting the love faces the same situation. This time Mallika is hit by a bullet on the right shoulder.

In the clash of Wasim Khan and Ganesha lot of heads roll and the director takes the liberty of showing himself the protagonist as a cop in the end.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Song Singer Lyrics
"Yenne Yaaru" Tippu Yogaraj Bhat
"Ella Ballava" Udit Narayan V. Manohar
"Thaaja Thaaja" Chinmayi, Ranjith Kaviraj
"Yeh Ali Baba" Sunidhi Chauhan V. Nagendra Prasad
"Bissi Bissi" Ajay Warrior, Mahathi K. Kalyan
"Kusumada Baana" Rajesh Krishnan Jayanth Kaikini

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