Haage Summane

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Haage Summane
Film poster
Directed by Preetham Gubbi
Produced by Murali Mohan
Written by Preetham Gubbi
Screenplay by Preetham Gubbi
Starring Kiran Srinivas
Pooja gandhi
Music by Mano Murthy
Cinematography Krishna
Edited by Deepu S. Kumar
Distributed by Jayanna films
Release date
  • 26 December 2008 (2008-12-26)
Running time
135 minutes
Country India
Language Kannada

Haage Summane is a 2008 Kannada film directed by Preetham Gubbi. The newcomers Kiran Srinivas and Suhasi played the lead roles. Music was composed by Mano Murthy. The film released nationwide on 26 December 2008. This was expected to rock the boxoffice because of the hype created by the director proclaiming himself to have given the screenplay of the Landmark movie of the Kannada film industry Mungaaru Male. But it failed to live up the expectations.[1][2]



  • Director - Preetham Gubbi
  • Producer - Murali Mohan, Pramod, Santosh
  • Banner - Zee motion pictures & Dharma Pictures
  • Distributor - Jayanna Films
  • Cinematography - S Krishna
  • Lyrics - Jayant Kaikini
  • Music - Mano Murthy
  • Screenplay - Preetham Gubbi
  • Story – Preetham Gubbi
  • Dialogues – Ashok
  • Art - Mohan
  • Editor – Deepu S Kumar
  • Choreography - Harsha A


The film has six songs composed by Mano Murthy with the lyrics penned by Jayant Kaikini.[3] The audio of the film released worldwide on 11 October 2008, at Bangalore.[4][5]

Haage Summane
Soundtrack album by Mano Murthy
Released 11 October 2008 (2008-10-11)
Recorded Anand Audio
Length 29:47
Language Kannada
Label Anand Audio
Producer Murali Mohan, Pramod, Santosh
Sl No Song Title Singer(s) Duration Lyrics
1 "Haage Summane" Sonu Nigam 04:53 Jayanth Kaikini
2 "Oorella Koogi" Keshav Prasad, Supriya 04:41 Jayanth Kaikini
3 "Haadonave" Kunal Ganjawala, Sunidhi Chauhan 04:38 Jayanth Kaikini
4 "Odi Bandenu" Sonu Nigam 05:11 Jayanth Kaikini
5 "Odi Bandenu" Shreya Ghoshal 05:11 Jayanth Kaikini
6 "Nanenu Nambodilla" Udit Narayan, Shreya Ghoshal 05:17 Jayanth Kaikini



  • FilmFare Award for Best Cinematographer S Krishna.[7]


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