Jarasandha (film)

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Directed by Shashank
Produced by Uday K. Mehta
Screenplay by Shashank
Story by Shashank
Starring Duniya Vijay
Rangayana Raghu
Roopa Devi
Swayamvara Chandru
Naveen D. Padil
Music by Arjun Janya
Cinematography Shekar Chandra
Edited by Sree (Crazy Mindz)
Sri Manthralaya Combines
Release date
  • 25 November 2011 (2011-11-25)
Running time
140 minutes
Country India
Language Kannada

Jarasandha (Kannada: ಜರಾಸಂಧ) is an Indian Kannada film starring Duniya Vijay directed by Shashank. It is dubbed in Hindi as Jaraasandha.


Krishamurthy alias Kitty (Duniya Vijay) is a gym trainer, who is happy leading life with his mother (Roopa Devi). His aim is to win the Mr India title and Naidu (Rangayana Raghu) is sponsoring him by bearing all his expenses. Don Poojari heads a gang and operates from Dubai, whose men are assassinated by another gang Z.[1] Samantha (Pranitha) comes in between and falls for Kitty. Kitty has a hidden face or horror which is kept secret from the outside world.[2] Meanwhile, the cops are waiting for the arrival of Ravi Poojari after his brother was killed by Z gang. Later it is all about the battle between the two gangs to rule the underworld.



Jarasandha, in the direction of director Shashank, has completed shooting in the Bidar fort and surroundings of Basavakalyana. In Rs.70 lakhs expenditure this song was shot featuring Vijay and Pranitha. The foreign dancers were part of this song.

For another song "Padhe Padhe Phoninalli" is shot in four days at Bangkok featuring Vijay, Pranitha and other African dancers. Dance Master Harsha has choreographed for both the songs.


Soundtrack album by Arjun Janya
Released September 2011 (2011-09)
Genre Film soundtrack

The audio album of Jarasandha was released in September 2011. The five songs of the album tuned by Arjun Janya were released by well known actors. Yogaraj Bhat and Shashank have written the lyrics for the songs.

The Jarasandha soundtrack album has been well received in the market according to sources.[citation needed]

No. Title {{{extra_column}}} Length
1. "Neerige Baare Chenni" Arjun Janya, Shamitha Malnad  
2. "Avarivara Jothe" Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Bhat  
3. "Padhe Padhe Phoninalli" Upendra, Priya Himesh  
4. "Hale Hubli" Arjun Janya  
5. "Yaradru Halagogli" Kailash Kher, Shashank Sheshagiri, Harshasadananda  


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