Prem Kahani (2009 film)
|Directed by||R. Chandru|
Prem Kahani is an Indian Kannada film directed by R. Chandru, starring Ajay Rao and Sheela. The film's music was composed by Illayaraja. The movie was released in September 2009. Fun fact: Prem and Kahani are usually Hindi words, but for this one, they are Kannada words.
The story revolves around a slum dweller and a rich girl. We[who?] have seen plenty of disciplined parents, the slum dwellers being loved by rich girls, and vice versa. Just because the protagonist could not meet up with the desired lifestyle for, wife, and child. He stooped to the most unexpected move. The deeply hurt heroine spits on his corpse and walks out to make her son either Einstein or Sir M Vishveswaraya is the climax of this film. Hailing from a rich and disciplined family Sandhya instead of concentrating on studies falls to the roadside urchin Manja who ekes out his life from carrying loads from place to place. Flabbergasted with the move of Sandhya the days of Manja is fortunate enough the audience would feel. But Sandhya is forced to marry Rajesh a builder. On the very first night of her married life, Sandhya decides to either die or join Manja. The humble builder unites the lovers and walks out of their lives. On the other side Sandhya in the poor atmosphere cope up with everything and poverty becomes a part of her life. Manja hires an auto to earn his livelihood. That is not enough earning for Manja to keep his wife's child happy. The poor status continues for five years. Sandhya goes for a job in the computer center as a data entry operator. Sandhya is in shock and dismay on the day she receives her salary. What is that - you have to watch it on the screen.
|"Rangu Rangu"||Ilaiyaraaja, Shreya Ghoshal|
|"Yaarivanu Yaarivanu"||Sadhana Sargam|
|"Yaarivalu Yaarivalu"||Sriram Parthasarathy|
|"Badavara Manege"||Sadhana Sargam|
|"Shrungaara Bangaara"||Shreya Ghoshal|
|"Kogile Koogu Baa"||Bela Shende|
|"Hodadavanae"||Tippu, Rahul Nambiar|
- "Review: Prem Kahani is worth a watch". Rediff. Retrieved 3 July 2019.