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Bangarada Manushya
₹2.5 lakh (US$3,800) box office = ₹30 lakh (US$46,000) Bangaarada Manushya
Bangaarada Manushya
(Kannada: ಬಂಗಾರದ ಮನುಷ್ಯ, Golden Man) is a 1972 Indian Kannada language
Kannada language
film based on T. K. Rama Rao's novel. Ramarao was known for his crime and detective novels, but this film was a social drama. It was directed by Siddalingaiah under the banner Srinidhi Productions. Prior to this, Siddalingaiah had worked with Rajkumar in Mayor Muthanna. It stars Rajkumar and Bharathi in lead roles. The film screened for over two years at the States Theatre (now Bhumika Theatre) in Bangalore.[2] The film was produced by R. Lakshman and Gopal, the film set new standards in the production design. Breaking away from conventional movie making, the producers preferred an open discussion with the crew and preliminary survey of outdoor shooting venues
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Siddalingaiah
S. Siddalingaiah (1936 – 12 March 2015) was an Indian film director and writer in the Kannada film industry. He made his directorial debut in 1969 with Mayor Muthanna.[1] He directed films including Bangaarada Manushya (1972) and Bhootayyana Maga Ayyu
Bhootayyana Maga Ayyu
(1974). He frequently starred actor Rajkumar.[2] In 1993–94, he was awarded the Puttanna Kanagal Award for his contribution to the Kannada film industry as a director.[3]Contents1 Family and early life 2 Career 3 Death 4 Filmography 5 References 6 External linksFamily and early life[edit] Siddalingaiah joined the film industry as both a floor and a spot boy for Navajyothi studios. He became an assistant for director Shanker Singh and later worked as junior actor and assistant as the protege of B. Vittalacharya.[4] Siddalingaiah's son Murali was an actor in Tamil films
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Bangara S/o Bangarada Manushya
Bangara s/o Bangarada Manushya (English: Gold, son of golden man) is a 2017 Indian drama Kannada
Kannada
film directed by Yogi G. Raj and produced by Jayanna and Bhogendra under Jayanna Combines.[2] It features Shiva Rajkumar and Vidya Pradeep, making her debut in Kannada
Kannada
films, in the lead roles.[3] Whilst the soundtrack and score is by V. Harikrishna, the cinematography is by Jai Anand.[4] The film was officially launched on 15 January 2016 and its first teaser was out on the Shivaratri
Shivaratri
festival day
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R. N. Jayagopal
R. N. Jayagopal (1935 – 19 May 2008) was an Indian film director and lyricist in Kannada cinema. He had written over 12,000 film songs.[1]Contents1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Notable lyrics 4 Filmography4.1 As lyricist 4.2 As director5 Awards 6 Death 7 References 8 External linksEarly life and education[edit] R. N. Jayagopal, known to friends and fans as RNJ, was born in 1935 to R. Nagendra Rao, another great of Kannada cinema. He did his primary and college education in Bangalore. He learnt Carnatic music
Carnatic music
from B. S. Raj Iyengar and was good at playing the violin. Jayagopal was one of four sons of his parents. His other famous siblings were older brother R. N. Krishna Prasad, who was an award-winning cinematographer, and younger brother R. N
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Vijaya Narasimha
Vijaya Narasimha (Kannada: ವಿಜಯ ನರಸಿಂಹ) (1927 – 31 October 2001) was an Indian lyricist who worked in Kannada cinema.Contents1 Career 2 Filmography 3 Notable Lyrics 4 ReferencesCareer[edit] Vijaya Narasimha's first Kannada film song was "Yee Dehadinda Dooranaade" (Oh soul, why did you depart my body) for the 1956 film Ohileshwara.[1] He was part of the magic trio of director S. R. Puttanna Kanagal and music director Vijaya Bhaskar, which came up with matchless songs. Be it bharata bhushira mandira sundari (Upasane), panchama veda premada nada (Gejje Pooje), sandesha megha sandesha (Sharapanjara) or preethine aa dyavru tanda aasthi namma baalvege (Doorada Betta) his words stuck to the mind as much for their cadence as for their meaning
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Chakradhari (1977 Film)
Chakradhari (English: A Person Holding a Wheel - Lord Krishna) is a 1977 Telugu, devotional, biographical film,[2] produced by N. R. Anuradha Devi on Lakshmi Films Combines banner[3] and directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao.[4] The film stars Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Vanisri in the lead roles.[5] The movie was a remake of 1974 Kannada movie Bhakta Kumbara which was based on the life of potter-turned-saint Gora Kumbhar. Soundtrack was composed by G. K. Venkatesh who had also composed music for the Kannada version. 4 songs were also retained from the original version.[6][7]Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Crew 4 Soundtrack 5 Other versions 6 References 7 External linksPlot[edit] The film is based on the life of Gora Kumbhar, a potter who turned into a saint who lived in the 13th and 14th century in Teredoki. Gora (Akkineni Nageswara Rao) a pot seller, living a happy life with his Lakshmi (Vanisri) and have a kid
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Bhakta Kumbara
Bhakta Kumbara (Kannada: ಭಕ್ತ ಕುಂಬಾರ) is a 1974 Indian Kannada film directed by Hunsur Krishnamurthy. The film stars Rajkumar and Leelavathi in lead roles. Gora Kumbhar, a potter who turned into a saint who lived in the 13th and 14th century in Teredoki supposedly lost his child while curing the clay by his legs for making pots, because he did not notice his child fumbling under his feet as he immersed himself in chanting the name of God.[1] He was called Saint Gora Kumbara[2] by the people of Maharashtra and Karnataka. The film won three awards at the 1974-75 Karnataka State Film Awards - Third Best Film, Best Actor (Rajkumar) for his portrayal of the potter-turned-saint Gora Kumbhar and Best Music Director (G. K. Venkatesh).[3] Bhakta Kumbara is the second Kannada film based on the life of Gora Kumbhar with the first being Gora Kumbara. The movie was remade in Telugu by V
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Belur
Belur, (IPA: [beːluːru]; is a Town Municipal Council
Town Municipal Council
and taluka in Hassan district
Hassan district
in the state of Karnataka, India. The town is renowned for its Chennakeshava Temple, one of the finest examples of Hoysala workmanship.Contents1 History 2 Location and transportation 3 Agriculture and commerce 4 Tourism4.1 Nearby sites5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] Belur was the early capital of the Hoysala Empire.[1] Belur along with Halebidu
Halebidu
about 16 km away are one of the major tourist destinations in Karnataka. Belur is located in Hassan district. According to inscriptions discovered here, it was also referred to as Velur or Velapuri
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Halebidu
Halebidu (IAST: Haḷēbīḍ, also Halebeedu or Halebid, literally "old capital, encampment") is a town located in Hassan District, Karnataka, India. Halebidu (which used to be called Dorasamudra or Dwarasamudra) was the regal capital of the Hoysala Empire
Hoysala Empire
in the 12th century. It is home to some of the best examples of Hoysala architecture. Most notable are the ornate Hoysaleshwara and Kedareshwara temples. The city got the name "Halebidu" because it was damaged and deserted into "old capital" after being ransacked and looted twice by Islamic forces of the Delhi Sultanate
Delhi Sultanate
in the 14th-century.[1][2][3] The town is known for its temple complexes:[4][5][6]HinduismHoysaleshwara temple Kedareshwara templeJainismParshvanatha Basadi Shantinatha BasadiHalebidu is connected by road and rail to Hassan (30 km) and Mysuru (150 km)
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Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya
Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya KCIE, FASc[1] popularly known as Sir MV; 15 September 1861 – 12 April 1962)[2][3] was an Indian engineer, scholar, statesman, and the 19th Diwan of Mysore, who served from 1912 to 1918. He received India's highest honour, the Bharat Ratna, in 1955. He was knighted as a Knight Commander of the British Indian Empire (KCIE) by King George V
King George V
for his contributions to the public good. 15 September is celebrated as Engineer's Day in India
India
in his memory
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Kannambadi
Kannambadi was a village near Mysore. It was chosen as the site for the construction of the Krishna Raja Sagara
Krishna Raja Sagara
Dam in 1910. The village subsequently submerged under the water after the dam was completed. Because of this fact the dam is also known as Kannambadi katte in Kannada. There is another Kannambadi. Its full name is Aane Kannambadi in Hassan district
Hassan district
of Karnataka. Just before the original village was submerged, the residents were moved to a new village called Hosa Kannambadi (New Kannambadi). A large temple belonging to the hoysala era, The Venugopala Swamy Temple which was originally located there was also submerged. It was relocated to the banks of the reservoir in the late 2000s and is now a tourist hot-spot for those visiting the Brindavan Gardens.[1] External links[edit]Laiqh A. Khan (February 16, 2007)
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Karnataka
Karnataka
Karnataka
is a state in the south western region of India. It was formed on 1 November 1956, with the passage of the States Reorganisation Act. Originally known as the State of Mysore, it was renamed Karnataka
Karnataka
in 1973. The state corresponds to the Carnatic region. The capital and largest city is Bangalore
Bangalore
(Bengaluru). Karnataka
Karnataka
is bordered by the Arabian Sea
Arabian Sea
to the west, Goa
Goa
to the northwest, Maharashtra
Maharashtra
to the north, Telangana
Telangana
to the northeast, Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh
to the east, Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
to the southeast, and Kerala
Kerala
to the south
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Kaveri
Kaveri
Kaveri
(anglicized as Cauvery), also referred as Ponni, is an Indian river flowing through the states of Karnataka
Karnataka
and Tamil Nadu. It is the third largest after Godavari and Krishna in south india and the largest in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
which on its course, bisects the state into North and South. Originating in the foothills of Western Ghats
Western Ghats
at Talakaveri, Kodagu
Kodagu
in Karnataka
Karnataka
it flows generally south and east through Karnataka
Karnataka
and Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
and across the southern Deccan plateau through the southeastern lowlands, emptying into the Bay of Bengal through two principal mouths in Poompuhar, Tamil Nadu
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Shiva Rajkumar
Nagaraju Shiva Putta Swamy (born 12 July 1962), known by his screen name Shiva Rajkumar
Shiva Rajkumar
is an Indian film actor, producer, playback singer and television presenter, best known for his work in Kannada cinema.[2] He is the eldest son of actor Rajkumar. In his career spanning over three decades, Shiva has worked in over 125 films.[2] After graduating with Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science
(Chemistry), Shiva made his debut screen appearance in films with Singeetham Srinivas Rao's Anand (1986), which fetched him the Cinema Express Award for Best Actor
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Hunsur Krishnamurthy
Hunsur
Hunsur
Krishnamurthy (9 February 1914 – 13 February 1989)[1] was an Indian playwright, film director, producer, actor, screenwriter and lyricist in Kannada cinema. He worked with noted theatre personalities early in his career; Gubbi Veeranna, Mohammed Peer and B. R. Panthulu
B. R. Panthulu
before entering films. As a film director, he made films mostly in the mythological genre such as Satya Harishchandra (1965), Bhakta Kumbara (1974) and Babruvahana (1977), all of which star Rajkumar in the lead roles. The films were major critical and commercial successes and are seen as milestones in Kannada cinema and in the career of Rajkumar.[2]Contents1 Early life 2 Career2.1 Theatre 2.2 Films3 Filmography 4 Award 5 References 6 External linksEarly life[edit] Krishnamurthy was born on 9 February 1914 in Hunsur, in the erstwhile Kingdom of Mysore
Kingdom of Mysore
of British India, to M
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Parvathamma Rajkumar
Parvathamma Rajkumar (6 December 1939 – 31 May 2017) was an Indian film producer and distributor. She was the wife of Veteran Kannada actor Rajkumar. She produced successful films featuring Rajkumar and their sons Shiv Rajkumar, Puneeth Rajkumar
Puneeth Rajkumar
and Raghavendra Rajkumar under the production house named "Poornima Enterprises". Actresses who found fame in her productions include Malashri, Prema, Rakshita, Sudha Rani and Ramya.[2][3][4] She was awarded with a doctorate from Bangalore
Bangalore
University.[5] Amongst the awards she has received are the Phalke Academy award, Kannada Rajyotsava and a lifetime achievement award from the Government of Karnataka.[2][6] By 2012, she had produced 80 films
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