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Directed byRavi Kumar
Screenplay byRavi Kumar
Produced byShankar Gowda
CinematographyRajesh Ramanath
Edited byJohny Lal
Music byGhantadi Krishna
Shankar Productions
Release date
8 July 2011
Running time
135 minutes

Shrimathi is a 2011 Indian Kannada romance drama film directed by Ravi Kumar, and remake of 2004 Bollywood film Aitraaz, which in turn, is loosely based on the film Disclosure.[1] The film stars Upendra, Priyanka Trivedi and Celina Jaitly in the lead roles, along with Prem Chopra, Sayaji Shinde and Rekha Das in the supporting roles. It is produced by Shankare Gowda and features the original soundtrack and film score by Ghantadi Krishna.[2] The film was dubbed into Telugu under the title XYZ.



Soundtrack album by
Ghantadi Krishna
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Official audio
Shrimathi - Full Album on YouTube
Track listing
1."Jhum Jhum Maiyella"Badri, Shamita Malnad5:39
2."Sanje Mussanje"Chaitra H. G., Joel3:52
3."Preethse Preethse"Rajesh Krishnan, Nanditha5:11
4."Luv Luv"Hemanth, Sneha Ravindra3:45
5."Viraha Noorutaraha"Chaitra H. G.4:21
Total length:22:08


Critical response[edit]

A critic from The Times of India scored the film at 3.5 out of 5 stars and says "Uppi has put up a brilliant show that keeps the story alive throughout. Hats off to Priyanka for her graceful performance. Celina Jaitley is simply superb. Prem Chopra is excellent. Rekha Das impresses. Cinematography by Jonylal and music by Rajesh Ramanath are brilliant".[3] A critic from NDTV wrote "Johny Lal's camera work looks opulent on screen. The songs and sequences shot in Maldives are a treat to watch. Rajesh Ramanath scores well in the background score. The Viraha Viraha remix song should have been much better. Watch Srimathi for Priyanka Upendra's stunning performance".[4] Shruti Indira Lakshminarayana from scored the film at 2 out of 5 stars and wrote "Celina is convincing as the scheming opportunist model. It is the leading ladies who will walk away with the honours in this film. Veteran actors Prem Chopra and Sayaji Shinde are wasted, and the dubbing only adds to their unimpressive characterisations. The songs are forgettable".[5]

Box office[edit]

Shrimathi was a below average grosser at the box office.[6][7]


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