Jodi Hakki

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Jodi Hakki
Directed byD. Rajendra Babu
Produced byP. Dhanraj
Written byBaraguru Ramachandrappa (dialogues)
Screenplay byD. Rajendra Babu
StarringShiva Rajkumar
Charulatha
Vijayalakshmi
Music byV. Manohar
CinematographyRamesh Babu
Edited byShashikumar
Production
company
Om Sri Guru Raghavendra Productions
Release date
  • 5 September 1997 (1997-09-05)
Running time
142 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageKannada

Jodi Hakki (Kannada: ಜೋಡಿ ಹಕ್ಕಿ English: Pair Birds) is a 1997 Indian Kannada musical romance film written and directed by D. Rajendra Babu, produced by P. Dhanraj and starring Shiva Rajkumar, Charulatha and Vijayalakshmi in the lead roles.[1]

The film received critical acclaim upon release and won two State awards for screenplay and music. The film has musical score by V. Manohar which is often considered to be one of his best compositions.

The film revolves around a nomadic tribal who unwillingly relocates to the city where he gains popularity as a singer but gets separated from his lover.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

The music of the film was composed and lyrics written by V. Manohar. Actor Rajkumar recorded a song "Hara Hara Gange" which became huge hit.

Jodi Hakki
Soundtrack album by
Released1997 (1997)
StudioAkash Audio
(re-recorded at Prasad Recording Studio)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length38:14
LabelAkash Audio
V. Manohar chronology
Ee Hrudaya Ninagagi
(1997)
Jodi Hakki
(1997)
Ulta Palta
(1997)
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Laali Suvvali"V. ManoharL. N. Shastry5:01
2."Kudure Eri"V. ManoharRajesh Krishnan5:13
3."Haadu Keli Haadu"V. ManoharShiva Rajkumar4:56
4."Jolly Jolly Day"V. ManoharRajesh Krishnan5:02
5."Neela Neela Neelambari"V. ManoharRajesh Krishnan, K. S. Chithra4:19
6."Namana Namana"V. ManoharShankar Shanbag, K. S. Chithra4:17
7."O Chandamama"V. ManoharRamesh Chandra4:12
8."Hara Hara Gange"V. ManoharRajkumar5:18
Total length:38:14

Awards[edit]

  1. Karnataka State Film Award for Best Screenplay - D. Rajendra Babu
  2. Karnataka State Film Award for Best Music Director - V. Manohar

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