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Not to be confused with Odahuttidavaru (1969 film)

Directed by Dorai-Bhagawan
Produced by S. P. Varadaraj
Written by S. K. Bhagavan
Starring Rajkumar
Music by Upendra Kumar
Cinematography B. C. Gowrishankar
Edited by P. Bhaktavatsalam
Sri Lakshmi Art Combines
Release date
  • 1994 (1994)
Running time
140 minutes
Country India
Language Kannada

Odahuttidavaru (Kannada: ಒಡಹುಟ್ಟಿದವರು) is a 1994 Indian Kannada romantic drama film directed by S. K. Bhagavan and Dorairaj.[1] The film starred veteran actors Rajkumar and Ambareesh together for the only time. The female lead roles were portrayed by Madhavi and Srishanti.[2] The film is produced by S. P. Varadaraj for Sri Lakshmi Art Combines. The film was the last work of the acclaimed poet and lyricist Vijaya Narasimha.

Jayanth Kaikini had revealed that the story was based on his father Gourish Kaikini's Kannada translation of a Gujarati novel.[3]The film was highly successful at the box office.The movie saw a theatrical run of 26 weeks.[4]

The story revolved around the two farming brothers who undergo various traumas in the relationships due to the external forces and fight them to reunion again. The film met with immense appreciation from the critics and was a blockbuster at the box-office.



Soundtrack album by Upendra Kumar
Released 1994 (1994)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 29:05
Label Sangeetha

The music of the film was composed by Upendra Kumar, with lyrics penned by M. N. Vyasa Rao, Chi. Udaya Shankar, Sri Ranga, Geethapriya, Hamsalekha and Vijaya Narasimha. The album consists of six soundtracks.[5] It was received exceptionally well by the critics and the audience.

No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "Madhura Ee Kshana" M. N. Vyasa Rao Rajkumar, Manjula Gururaj 4:49
2. "Nambi Kettavarillavo" Chi. Udaya Shankar Rajkumar 4:52
3. "Bennina Hinde" Sri Ranga S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Sangeetha Katti 4:45
4. "Sole Geluvendu Baalali" Geethapriya Rajkumar 4:23
5. "Naanu Naanu Neenu" Hamsalekha Rajkumar, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Manjula Gururaj, Sangeetha Katti 4:57
6. "Janakana Maatha" Vijaya Narasimha S. P. Balasubrahmanyam 5:19
Total length: 29:05



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