Hoomale

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Hoomale
Hoomale poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed byNagathihalli Chandrashekhar
Written byRamesh Aravind
Produced byK. S. Usha Rao
StarringRamesh Aravind
Suman Nagarkar
CinematographyG. S. Bhaskar
Edited byB. S. Kemparaj
Music byIlayaraja
Distributed byParivarthana
Release date
31 July 1999 (1999-07-31)
Running time
145 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageKannada

Hoomale (English: The Shower of Flowers) is a 1998 Indian Kannada language feature film directed by Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar and written by Ramesh Aravind. The film, besides Ramesh, stars Suman Nagarkar, H. G. Dattatreya, Sorat Ashwath and B. V. Radha in prominent roles. Produced by K. S. Usha Rao, the film was highly appraised by critics upon release and went on to win many awards and accolades including the much coveted National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Kannada. Actor Ramesh won in the Best Actor category at the Karnataka State Film Awards and Filmfare Awards South.

The movie is shot in Assam and Bengaluru.[1]

Plot[edit]

It is a love story in the backdrop of terrorism set in Assam.

Soundtrack[edit]

The music of the movie is composed by Ilayaraja. Audio On Manoranjan Audio

No.TitleLyricsSingersLength
1."Hoomale Hoomale"Nagathihalli ChandrashekarRajkumar 
2."Preethiya Gellalu"K. KalyanIlayaraja, Nagathihalli Chandrashekar 
3."Jhum Jhum Jhenkarava"K. KalyanSPB Charan, Manjula Gururaj 
4."O Mahaniyare"K. KalyanSPB Charan, Manjula Gururaj, Raju Ananthaswamy 
5."Hennigondu Gandu Beku"K. KalyanSPB Charan, Chandrika Gururaj, B. Jayashree, Manjula Gururaj, Raju Ananthaswamy, Nagathihalli Chandrashekar 
6."Nanna Muddu Rambe"K. KalyanRamesh Chandra 

Awards[edit]

Award Year of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
National Film Awards
1998
Best Kannada Film
Nagathihalli Chandrashekar
Won [2]
Karnataka State Film Awards
1998-99
Second Best Film
Nagathihalli Chandrashekar
Won
Best Actor
Ramesh Aravind
Won
Filmfare Awards South
1998
Best Actor
Ramesh Aravind
Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 25 May 2009. Retrieved 20 October 2009.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "46th National Film Awards" (PDF). Directorate of Film Festivals. Retrieved 12 March 2012.