Nammoora Mandara Hoove
|Nammoora Mandara Hoove|
|Directed by||Sunil Kumar Desai|
|Produced by||Jayashri Devi|
|Written by||Sunil kumar desai|
|Screenplay by||Sunil Kumar Desai|
|Story by||Sunil Kumar Desai|
|Edited by||R. Janardhan|
|Distributed by||Yash raj Films|
Nammoora Mandara Hoove (transl. The flower grown in our town) is a 1996 Indian Kannada-language film directed by Sunil Kumar Desai starring Shivrajkumar, Ramesh, Prema in the lead roles. It's considered as one of the all time blockbuster romantic movies in Kannada Film Industry. The film received two awards at the 1996–97 Karnataka State Film AwardsBest Child Actor – Male (Master Vinayak Joshi) and Best Female Playback Singer (K. S. Chithra).
The film was also a milestone movie in the career of its lead actors Shivarajkumar, Ramesh Arvind and Prema. It was a huge success at the box-office. The music composition by Ilaiyaraaja was received with much accolades with the songs continuing to frequently play in the air waves. Following a 22-week run in Bangalore, it was screened in a few screens in the United States. The film was remade in Tamil language as Kangalin Vaarthaigal.
Manoj (Shivarajkumar) is a film director, whose father is a singer and Music composer. He tells his producer (Avinash) that he plans to visit different locations for his forthcoming film. He decides to go to Karwar, which is 322 miles north west of Bangalore, in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. He then plans to stay with Praveen (Ramesh), a close friend, who lives in Yellapur, also in Uttara in order to see the location, and to shoot the location on video. Praveen says that Pramod Hegde is the best person to guide him.
Next day, Manoj goes for a walk by the beautiful Satoddi Waterfalls, where he hears a girl with a beautiful voice. He films her, but when she sees him, she runs off. Then he meets a young lad, Deepu (Master Vinayak Joshi), to whom he shows the girl he has filmed in his video camera, and asks who she is. He tells her that she is his sister, Suma (Prema). Manoj is intrigued by the girl, and the sound of her voice. He gradually falls in love with her. He meets Shivram Dixit, her singing teacher, and Praveen's friend, Pramod who is to be his guide. Then Praveen introduces him to Suma ? they look at each other, with love in their eyes.
There is a cry, Deepu has fallen in the well. Everyone runs to the well, and Manoj and Pramod jump in to save him. Manoj gives him artificial respiration, and everyone is relieved when he finally breathes again. Suma signals her gratitude to Manoj. They decide to go for a picnic to Yana, a place famous for two massive black, crystalline limestone rock outcrops, the Bhairaveshwara Shikhara and the smaller Mohini Shikhara. They take Suma, Praveen, Sudha (Praveen?s sister), Pramod and Maruthi (Praveen's servant). Manoj tells Suma that he loves her, and Suma begins to gradually fall in love with Manoj. Another girl, Jaji, arrives on the scene. Maruthi (to whom her father had promised her in marriage) had told her father that he had seen her out with Mahadev, whom she says she loves. Her back is bruised, where her father had beaten her because of what Maruthi had told him.
Manoj tells Praveen that Suma could become a very famous singer. He says he will make a recording of her voice, and send it to his father. Praveen is delighted, and so is Suma. He also sends a video cassette of her to his mother, and later tells her that she is the girl he wants to marry. However, Praveen starts to behave differently way. Sudha, his sister realises that Praveen has loved Suma for a long time, but has never told her of his love for her, and Sudha tells him that she is going to tell Manoj but Praveen makes her promise not to tell anybody. Manoj overhears this conversation and decides to sacrifice his love for Praveen but Praveen also decides to sacrifice his love for Manoj. Who will marry Suma?
- Shivarajkumar as Manoj
- Ramesh Arvind as Praveen Bhat
- Prema as Suma
- Suman Nagarkar as Sudha, Praveen's sister
- Renukamma Murugodu as Kamalamma, Suma's grandmother
- Sanketh Kashi as Maruthi
- Sudhakar Bannanje as Tabla Player
- Praveen Rao as Pramod Hegde, Relative of Praveen bhat
- Kavana as Jaaji
- Bharath Bhagavathar
- Kaminidharan as Praveen's Mother
- Ramesh Bhat as Shivarama Dixit, Music Teacher
- Master Vinayak Joshi as Deepu, Suma's brother
- Kishori Ballal as Manoj's mother
- Sripathi Ballal as Manoj's father
- Avinash in a cameo appearance
|Nammoora Mandara Hoove|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||26 December 1995|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
Ilaiyaraaja composed the background score for the film and the soundtracks. The lyrics for the soundtracks were penned by K. Kalyan, V. Manohar and Doddarange Gowda. The album consists of seven soundtracks. The album was well received and is considered a major contributor in the film's success. All the songs were retained in the Tamil remake version.
|1.||"Halli Laavaniyali Laali"||K. Kalyan||S. P. Balasubramanyam, Chithra||4:41|
|2.||"Hele Kogile"||K. Kalyan||Chithra||4:59|
|3.||"Omkaaradi (Female Version)"||S.M.PATIL||Chithra||4:55|
|4.||"Mutthu Mutthu Neera Haniya"||K. Kalyan||S. P. Balasubramanyam, Chithra||5:09|
|5.||"Dheem Thakita"||V. Manohar||S. P. Balasubramanyam||4:36|
|6.||"Manadaase Hakkiyaagi"||Doddarange Gowda||S. P. Balasubramanyam, Manjula Gururaj||5:03|
|7.||"Omkaaradi (Duet)"||V.Manohar||Ilaiyaraaja, Chithra||4:55|
|8.||"Ga ga ri ri ga (Aalaapa)"||-||Rathnamala Prakash||00:30|
- The entire movie was shot without a screenplay.
- Sunil Kumar Desai attained cult status after this movie.
- The place Yana became a famous tourist spot after this movie.
- Ramesh Arvind earned the name Thyagaraja after the character he played in this movie.
- Basically it was true story of one of the Sunil Kumar Desai's assistant director.
- Shivarajkumars cap "Mandara" became very famous and "Mandara" became brand for cap and bags for a few years.
- Ramesh and Shivarajkumars Wishing style "hey hey"- "ho ho" is even stands a brand identity for their friendship.
- Locality of the Uttara kannada and the Havyaka kannada, a type of Kannada language which is used in the movie are the next reasons of the movie's success.
- "I want to direct a movie soon". Deccan Herald. 6 January 2010. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
- "Nammoora Mandara Hoove run". chiragentertainers.com. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
- "Nammoora Mandara Hoove (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)". iTunes. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
- Vishakha N. (25 January 2002). "Musical from an ace director". The Music Magazine. Retrieved 6 October 2014.