Keralida Simha

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Keralida Simha
Keralida Simha.jpg
Directed byChi Dattaraj
Produced byP. H. Ramarao
Screenplay byM. D. Sundar
Story byM. D. Sundar
StarringRajkumar
Music byChellapilla Satyam
CinematographyR. Madhusudan
Edited byP. Bhaktavatsalam
Production
company
Sri Rajarajeshwari Film Combines
Release date
4 December 1981
Running time
164 min
CountryIndia
LanguageKannada

Keralida Simha (Kannada: ಕೆರಳಿದ ಸಿಂಹ, English:Angry Lion) is a 1981 Indian Kannada film directed by Chi Dattaraj. The film stars Rajkumar, Saritha, Thoogudeepa Srinivas, Pandari Bai and Srinivasa Murthy in the lead roles. The movie was produced by P. H. Ramarao in the banner of Sri Rajarajeshwari Film combines. [1] The movie was recorded a Super Hit at the box office and had a theatrical run of 100 days.

Plot[edit]

The film revolves around two brothers who are police officers. Rajkumar plays the role of elder brother of Shankar, who is a strict and honest police officer. The protagonist falls in love with a lawyer played by Saritha. The protagonist seizes a gang which involves in the consumption of illegal drugs. It is revealed that the leader of the gang is the son of a rich businessman played by Thoogudeepa Srinivas. Under difficult circumstances the lawyer played by Sarita becomes the defence lawyer for the accused.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Chellapilla Satyam composed the movie songs while Chi. Udayashankar worked as the lyricist.

Keralida Simha
Soundtrack album by
Released1981
GenreFeature Film Soundtrack
Length19:45
LanguageKannada
LabelSangeetha Music
Track # Song Singer(s) Lyrics
1 "Ondu Maathu Nanage Gotthu" Rajkumar, Sulochana Chi. Udayashankar
2 "Amma Neenu Namagaagi" Rajkumar, P. B. Sreenivas Chi. Udayashankar
3 "Thiliyade Nanage Thiliyade" Rajkumar Chi. Udayashankar
4 "Eno Moha Eko Daaha" Rajkumar, Vani Jairam Chi. Udayashankar

Awards[edit]

  • Filmfare Award for Best Actor (1981) – Dr.Rajkumar
  • Karnataka state award for best sound recording (1981) – Seetharam

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