Joke Falls

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Joke Falls
Kannadamoviejokefalls.jpg
Directed by Ashok Patil
Produced by Atlanta Nagendra
Starring Ramesh Aravind
Neethu
Music by Mano Murthy
Release date
4 December 2004
Language Kannada
Budget 1 crores

Jokefalls is a 2004 Indian Kannada-language comedy movie, directed by Ashok Patil and produced by Atlanta Nagendra.[1][2][3] Music was composed by Mano Murthy. [4][5] [6]

General background[edit]

Director Patil devised the basic plot of the story from the Hindi movie Chupke Chupke and reworked it to give it a fresh look. Patil then recruited Ramesh[7] to act in the film. New comer Neetha was chosen to play the female lead. [8] Deepali who had previously acted in Nanna Preethiya Hudugi was chosen to play the second female lead.[9][10]

Plot[edit]

Botany professor Anant Patil falls in love with Sulkeha and marries her to the dismay of Sulekha's brother in law, Raghav Joshi. Raghav refuses to attend the wedding. But Anant decides to turn the tables on Raghav and teach him a lesson.

Cast[edit]

  • Ramesh - Anant Patil
  • Neetha - Sulekha
  • Deepali - Vasudha
  • Dileep - Sukumar
  • Pallavi - Kamala

Crew[edit]

  • Director: Ashok Patil
  • Producer: Atlanta Nagendra
  • Music: Manomurthy
  • Cinematography: Ashok Kashyap
  • Editing: Shashi Kumar
  • Lyrics: K.Kalyan, Nagathihalli Chandrashekar
  • Singers: Rajesh, Nandita, Chetan, Kavitha KrishnaMurthy

Soundtrack[edit]

Joke Falls
Soundtrack album by Mano Murthy
Released 2004
Genre Film Soundtrack

The music is scored by Mano Murthy and was big hit.[11]

Song title Singers
Gandhavathi Rajesh
Swaraga Shrusthi Modala Rajesh & Chetan
Nanna Beladingalu Neenu Kavita Krishnamurthy
O Prema Tangaliye Nanditha
Naguvina Loka Idu Chetan & Nanditha

Reviews[edit]

Joke falls received positive reviews from critics as well as audiences.[12][13]

Box-Office[edit]

Joke falls was released on 3 December 2004.[14] The film received a good response, and ran for a hundred days in Bangalore.[15][16] [17][18]

It was the first Kannada movie to run for twenty five weeks in PVR Cinemas in Bangalore.

The movie also saw screenings in Australia, Canada, and the United States.[19] [20]

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