Hudugaru

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Hudugaru
Hudugaru Kannada Film Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byK Madesh
Produced byParvathamma Rajkumar
Written byGuruprasad (dialogues)
Story bySamuthirakani
Starring
Music byV. Harikrishna
CinematographySatya Hegde
Edited byDeepu S. Kumar
Production
company
Chakreshwari Combines
Release date
  • 5 May 2011 (2011-05-05)
CountryIndia
LanguageKannada

Hudugaru (Kannada:ಹುಡುಗರು; English: Boys) is a 2011 Kannada-language drama film directed by K. Madesh, starring Puneeth Rajkumar, Yogesh, Srinagar Kitty and Radhika Pandit in the lead roles.[1][2] The film, which is a remake of the successful 2010 Tamil film Naadodigal, was produced by Parvathamma Rajkumar, with V. Harikrishna having composed the soundtrack and Satya Hegde was the cinematographer. The film released on 5 May 2011 and performed well at the box office similar to Puneeth's previous film Jackie.

The film earned Puneeth Rajkumar Filmfare and SIIMA Best Actor Award in Kannada.

Plot[edit]

Three youths – Prabhu, Chandru and Siddesh (Puneeth Rajakumar, Srinagara Kitty and Yogesh respectively) aspiring for government job, computer center and to settle in Dubai are struck with a bad luck in life when Sudhir (Vishal Hegde), a best friend of Prabhu falls in love with the daughter of a business tycoon.[clarification needed]

Prabhu with his best friends Chandru and Siddesh decide to kidnap the daughter of business tycoon so that his friend Sudhir (son of former MP) lives happily. In the process of kidnap of Sushma fiancé of Sudhir – Prabhu is hit badly on his forehead, Chandru loses his right leg and Siddesh becomes deaf.

It is not just that in the life of trios. The destiny is very bad when they are back to their native place. Prabhu loses his lover for someone, Siddesh is sent out from the home, Chandru losing a leg finds Pavitra, sister of Prabhu for his life.

The story takes a curious turn when the marriage out of struggle between Sudhir and Sushma breaks up. The trio goes back to the same place where they received brutal injuries and question the lovers on separation.

Cast[edit]

Character map of remakes[edit]

Naadodigal
Tamil (2009)
Shambo Shiva Shambo
Telugu (2010)
Hudugaru
Kannada (2011)
Ithu Nammude Katha
Malayalam (2011)
Run
Bengali (2011)
Rangrezz
Hindi (2013)
Karunakaran
(Sasikumar)
Karunakar
(Ravi Teja)
Prabhu
(Puneeth Rajkumar)
Vinod
(Asif Ali)
Jeet
(Rahul Banerjee)
Rishi
(Jackky Bhagnani)
Rangapandi
(Bharani)
Malli
(Allari Naresh)
Siddesh
(Yogesh)
Kochumon
(Abhishek)
Ghona
(Arnab)
Pakkya
(Vijay Verma)
Chandran
(Vijay Vasanth)
Chandu
(Siva Balaji)
Chandru
(Srinagar Kitty)
Santhosh
(Nishan)
Ricky
(Abhiraj)
Vinu
(Amitosh Nagpal)
Nallammaal
(Ananya)
Karunakar's cousin
(Priyamani)
Gayathri
(Radhika Pandit)
Kalyani
(Ananya)
Megha
(Priyanka Sarkar)
Megha
(Priya Anand)
Pavithra
(Abhinaya)
Pavithra
(Abhinaya)
Pavithra
(Abhinaya)
Ammu
(Nimisha Suresh)
Barsha
(Pamela Mondal)

Release[edit]

The film released on 5 May 2011 in around 130 plus cinema screens all over Karnataka.

Soundtrack[edit]

V. Harikrishna's music for the movie have been widely appreciated. The lyrics are written by Jayanth Kaikini, Yogaraj Bhat and V. Nagendra Prasad.

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Naa Board Irada Bus (Pankaja)"Yogaraj BhatV. Harikrishna, Mamta Sharma, Naveen Madhav 
2."Neerinalli Sanna Ale"Jayanth KaikiniSonu Nigam, Sunitha Upadrashta 
3."Yen Chandane Hudugi"V. Nagendra PrasadSukhwinder Singh, Kailash Kher, Puneeth Rajkumar Vijay Prakash, Priya Himesh 
4."Shambo Shiva Shambo"V. Nagendra PrasadShankar Mahadevan 
5."Neerinalli Sanna Ale"Jayanth KaikiniSunitha Gopuraj 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "An actress by nature". Deccan Herald. India: Deccan Herald. 9 January 2016. Retrieved 17 May 2019.
  2. ^ "2011: Success rate of Kannada films increased". News18. India: News18. Retrieved 17 May 2019.

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