Jayammana Maga

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Jayammana Maga
Jayammana Maga.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Vikas
Produced by Duniya Vijay
Ramesh
Written by Chintan
Screenplay by Vikas, Chintan
Story by Duniya Vijay
Starring Duniya Vijay
Dr. Bharathi
Kalyani Raju
Music by Arjun Janya
Cinematography Sugnaan
Edited by Sanath
Suresh
Production
company
Vijay Pictures
Duniya Talkies
Release date
  • 15 August 2013 (2013-08-15) (India)
Country India
Language Kannada

Jayammana Maga (Kannada: ಜಯಮ್ಮನ ಮಗ) is a 2013 horror thriller Kannada film directed and written by Vikas, marking his debut venture. Duniya Vijay, besides acting, makes his debut as a producer with this film along with his friend Ramesh for the "Duniya Talkies" production house.[1] The other primary cast include Dr. Bharathi, Rangayana Raghu, Kalyani Raju, N. L. Narendra Babu amongst others.

The film features the musical score by Arjun Janya, cinematography by Sugnaan and lyrics by Yogaraj Bhat and Vijay. The film story revolves around the concept of Black magic and Human sacrifice with the battle between the good and the evil.[2]

The movie made its theatrical release on 15 August 2013 on the Indian independence day.[3] The film opened to positive reviews with critics mentioning about Vijay's career to have resurrected back and given him a new lease of life.[4][5]

Cast[edit]

  • Duniya Vijay as Naga
  • Dr. Bharathi as Divya
  • Kalyani Raju as Jayamma
  • N. L. Narendra Babu
  • Rangayana Raghu as Bhagavanta
  • Honnavalli Krishna
  • Raghava Uday as Raktaksha
  • Prashanth as Simha
  • Nagaraj Kote as a Politician
  • Muni

Soundtrack[edit]

The music for the film is composed by Arjun Janya. One song lyrics[6] is written by Duniya Vijay himself.[7]

Track list[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Baa Baare Cheluve"   Arjun Janya, Supriya Lohith  
2. "Bell Bottom"   Chandan Shetty, Tippu, Priyanka Rohith, Baby Rajitha  
3. "Nalli Katte"   Vijay Prakash  
4. "Om Shakthi Mantram"   Kaushik Harsha, Anuradha Bhat  
5. "Shakthi Kodu" yathin Hemanth Kumar  

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