Meghave Meghave

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Meghave Meghave
Directed byV. Nagendra Prasad
Produced byH.B. Raghukumar
CinematographyDasari Seenu
Edited byK.M. Prakash
Music byV. Harikrishna
Release date
  • 30 January 2009 (2009-01-30)[1]

Meghave Meghave (transl. Clouds, oh clouds) is a 2009 Kannada-language romance film directed by V. Nagendra Prasad starring Gracy Singh and Ram. The film released on 30 January 2009.[2]



The film features background score and soundtrack composed by V. Harikrishna and lyrics by V. Nagendra Prasad.

Meghave Meghave
Soundtrack album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack
1."Yava Deshada"L. N. Shastry 
2."Nin Tutige Ondsala"Udit Narayan, Anuradha Sriram 
3."Maniyaga Yaru Illa"V. Nagendra Prasad 
4."Huduga Huduga"Bombay Jayashri 
5."Hey Neela Gagana"Vani Harikrishna 
6."Bellanna Biliyettu"Hemanth Kumar, Ganesh, Shashank Sheshagiri , Sangeetha 
7."Aa Surya Bandaga"Shankar Mahadevan 


R G Vijayasarathy of scored the film at 1 out of 5 stars and said "Hari Krishna's music is not in the league of his recent films like Ambari, Payana and Junglee. Dasari Seenu's photography shows glimpses of class while capturing the Nepal outdoor spots. In a nutshell, you can afford to give Meghave Meghave a miss."[3]

Sify wrote "There are three melodious tunes scored by V Harikrishna. Namasthe Namasthe? opening song, Soorya Bandhaga?.and Huduga Huduga?. are good numbers. Cinematography ought to be pleasant to the eyes because the locations of Nepal are fresh to the Kannada audience."[4]

A critic from The New Indian Express wrote "Surprisingly, composer Hari Krishna doesn't live up to his reputation with "Huduga Huduga" being the only song that has some popular appeal. Dasari Seenu's cinematography isn't spectacular and Nagendra Prasad fails even as a dialogue writer. "Meghave Meghave" is a below average film".[5]


  1. ^ "Meghave Meghave movie Reviews, Trailers, Wallpapers, Songs, Kannada". 30 January 2009. Archived from the original on 3 October 2015. Retrieved 19 August 2013.
  2. ^ "Meghave Meghave Movie Review {1.5/5}: Critic Review of Meghave Meghave by Times of India". The Times of India.
  3. ^ "Give this a miss". Retrieved 2 February 2009.
  4. ^ "Meghave Meghave". Sify. Archived from the original on 12 May 2022. Retrieved 2 February 2009.
  5. ^ "'Meghave Meghave' an unimaginative, illogical love story". The New Indian Express. 31 January 2009.

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