Ullasa Utsaha

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Ullasa Uthsaha
Uallasa Uthsaha.jpg
The Rain of Joy
Directed byDevaraja Palan
Produced byB.P. Thyagaraju
Written byA. Karunakaran
Yami Gautam
Music byG. V. Prakash Kumar
Release date

Ullasa Utsaha is a 2009 Kannada language film directed by Devaraja Palan starring Ganesh and Yami Gautam. A remake of the Telugu film Ullasamga Utsahamga, it was produced by B.P. Thyagaraju co producer vinay aryan and music by G. V. Prakash Kumar.[1]


The protagonist (Ganesh) is an irresponsible young son of a garage owner (Rangayana Raghu). He falls in love with a girl (Yami Gautam) who stays in his locality and does everything possible to woo her. She is not in the least interested with him, rather thinks of him as a nuisance. She is in love with an old childhood friend she hasn't met since a long time, and has run away from a marriage arranged by her step mother to get her money. Many fights with the hero later, she eventually trusts him to take her to meet her childhood friend.



Ullasa Utsaha is the remake of the recent Telugu hit, Ullasamga Utsahamga. The hero Yasho Sagar, a Kannadiga by birth recommended Ganesh to be the hero of the remake. Ganesh felt it was a tailor made role for him and agreed to act. The film later ran into some trouble when papers reported that its heroine Shraddha Arya dropped out of the film three days into the first schedule due to personal reasons. However, the producers and Ganesh maintained that she was never involved with the film. For a short while the film progressed without a heroine. A few weeks later Yami - a television artist from Chandigarh - was cast. GV Prakash who scored the original film will also be scoring the remake.

Box office[edit]

The film was an average grosser at box office by completing 25 days.


Ullasa Utsaha
Film score by
16 August 2009 (CD release)
GenreFilm score
ProducerG. V. Prakash Kumar
G. V. Prakash Kumar chronology
Ullasa Utsaha
Angaadi Theru

The official soundtrack contains seven songs, out of which five were re-used from the original Telugu version, composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar. The audio of the film was released on 16 August 2009.

1."Chalisuva Cheluve"Jayanth KaikiniSonu Nigam5:37
2."Hello Namaste"KavirajKarthik4:31
3."Love Maade Nanne"Ram NarayanNaresh Iyer4:59
4."Chakkori Chakkori"KavirajTippu, Rita, Benny Dayal4:48
5."Kanasinolage Minchondu"Ram NarayanG. V. Prakash Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah5:34
6."Laali Haada Laavani"Ram NarayanPrasanna Rao, Prashanthini, Karthik3:11
7."O Prema Yaakadaru Innu"Ram NarayanKarthik4:27
Total length:33:07


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