|Directed by||Puttanna Kanagal|
|Written by||Puttanna Kanagal|
|Screenplay by||Puttanna Kanagal|
|Music by||Vijaya Bhaskar|
|Cinematography||B. S. Basavaraj|
|Edited by||V. P. Krishna|
|Distributed by||Mithra Vrunda Movies|
Manasa Sarovara (Kannada: ಮಾನಸ ಸರೋವರ) is a 1982 Indian Kannada language film directed by Puttanna Kanagal starring Srinath, Padmavasanthi and Ramakrishna. Padmavasanthi won Karnataka State Award for Best Actress for her role as an insane woman in the film. The core plot of the movie was reported to be influenced by the 1913 play Pygmalion.
A middle-aged psychiatrist finds a young insane woman wandering aimlessly along the streets. He takes her to his abode for treatment. Slowly the woman recovers from her trauma. The doctor promptly falls in love with her and decides to marry her. In the meantime, the doctor's nephew arrives and falls head over heels for her. The doctor cannot tolerate this intimacy and goes insane.
- Srinath as Psychiatrist Dr Anand
- Padmavasanthi as young insane women Vasanthi
- Ramakrishna as Doctor's nephew Santhosh
- G.Pandithachar as trusted butler and confidante
|"Manasa Sarovara"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Vani Jayaram||Vijaya Narasimha|
|"Vedanthi Helidanu"||P. B. Sreenivas||G. S. Shivarudrappa|
|"Keliranna Keli"||C. Ashwath||Karim Khan|
|"Neene Sakida Gini"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||Vijaya Narasimha|
|"Chanda Chanda"||P. Jayachandran||M. N. Vyasarao|
|"Haadu Haadu"||Vani Jayaram||G. S. Shivarudrappa|
- Karnataka State Film Awards 1982-83
- Best Actress - Padmavasanthi
- Sebastian R, Shilpa (21 February 2018). "Big ventures on the small screen". The Hindu. Retrieved 14 August 2018.
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