Shourya

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Shourya
Kannada ಶೌರ್ಯ
Directed by Sadhu Kokila
Produced by B. Basavaraj
A. Venkatesh
Written by J. Siva Kumar
Based on Souryam
Starring Darshan
Madalasa Sharma
Avinash
Reema Vohra
Music by Sadhu Kokila
Cinematography Ramesh Babu
Edited by Jo Ni Harsha
Production
company
Sri Chamundeshwari Productions
Release date
  • 20 August 2010 (2010-08-20)
Running time
155 minutes
Country India
Language Kannada

Shourya is a 2010 Indian Kannada language action film written by J. Siva Kumar and directed by Sadhu Kokila. The film stars Darshan and Madalasa Sharma, making her debut in Kannada films,[1] in the lead roles. It is a remake of the successful Telugu film Souryam (2008) starring Gopichand and Anushka Shetty.

The film released on 20 August 2010 across Karnataka. Upon release, the film generally met with average reviews from the critics and audience.[2]

Plot[edit]

Surya (Darshan) and Vidya (Reema Vohra) are orphan siblings who are mistreated by the local goons. They are left to earn their living by begging on the streets. Vidya comes across an orphanage organizer and he takes her as an intern much to the respite of Surya who decides to stay away from her for her benefit. After 15 years, the now adult Surya, a cop, is on a mission to lookout for Vijayendra Varma and his team, who were the killers of his guardian (Avinash). How he succeeds in finding them out and unites with his sister forms the rest of the story.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Shourya
Soundtrack album by Sadhu Kokila
Released
  • 26 June 2010 (2010-06-26)
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Ashwini Media

The audio was launched on Ashwini Media label. The audio launch took place at a Bangalore hotel on 26 June 2010.[3]

All lyrics written by V. Sridhar, Tushar Ranganath, V. Nagendra Prasad and Yogaraj Bhat; all music composed by Sadhu Kokila.

Track listing
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Laka Laka" Tippu  
2. "Kaledu Hoythu" Kunal Ganjawala, Chinmayi  
3. "100% Preethi" Kailash Kher, Anuradha Bhat  
4. "Saturday Nine to Nine" Ranjith, Chaitra H. G.  
5. "Nee Ishtu Chennagidare" Javed Ali, Anuradha Bhat  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Madalasa Sharma enters Kannada with Darshan's Shourya". Entertainment. One India. 2009. 
  2. ^ "Shourya : Muscle-show laced with emotion". Deccan Herald. 2010. 
  3. ^ "'Shourya' Audio Launch". Indiaglitz. 26 June 2010. 

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