Sathyavan Savithri

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Sathyavan Savithri
Directed by Ramesh Arvind
Produced by Ajay Chandani
Written by Rajendra Karanth
Based on Fleur de cactus and Cactus Flower (1969)
Starring Ramesh Aravind
Daisy Bopanna
Jennifer Kotwal
Music by Gurukiran
Cinematography PKH Das
Edited by P. R. Soundar Rajan
Ajay Films
Release date
  • 29 June 2007 (2007-06-29)
Running time
137 minutes
Country India
Language Kannada

Sathyavan Savithri (Kannada: ಸತ್ಯವಾನ್ ಸಾವಿತ್ರಿ) is a 2007 Kannada comedy film directed by Ramesh Aravind and produced by Ajay Chandani for Ajay Films banner. The story written by Rajendra Karanth, is inspired by a famous French play Fleur de cactus by Pierre Barillet and Jean-Pierre Gredy which was also made in English as Cactus Flower (1969) and Hindi as Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? (2005).

The film features Ramesh Aravind, Jennifer Kotwal and Daisy Bopanna in leading roles.[1] It features soundtrack and score by Gurukiran.



The film is all about the hilarious incidents that happen in a dentist Sathyavan's (Ramesh Aravind) life who is a big time flirt and never believes in marriage. His grandfather (Dattatreya) plays a game of handing over his luxurious property to a charitable trust if he does not heed to the request of marriage. Sathyavan meets a girl Monisha (Jennifer Kotwal) and tries to woo her for marriage. Meanwhile, another girl Subbulakshmi (Daisy Bopanna) comes into his life as his secretary and the proceedings lies on whom Sathyavan chooses to marry.


The music was composed by Gurukiran for Anand Audio company. The audio was launched and released to the market on 13 June 2007. The song "Dr. Sathya" is heavily inspired from Barbie Girl song performed by Danish-based dance group Aqua.

Track listing
1."Dr. Sathya"KavirajGurukiran, Chaitra H. G. 
2."First Time Ninna Nodidaaga"KavirajLakshmi Manmohan 
3."Hello Boys"Rajendra KaranthApoorva Sridhar, L. N. Shastry, Gurukiran 


Upon release, the film met with favorable critical reviews for its comical content and character portrayals. reviewed with 3.5 stars saying the film is hilarious and is an enjoyable fare for family audiences.[2] Deccan Herald reviewed saying the film is a clean entertainer.[3]

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