|Directed by||A. V. Sheshagiri Rao|
|Screenplay by||Chi. Udaya Shankar|
|Cinematography||S. V. Srikanth|
|Music by||M. Ranga Rao|
Srikanth & Srikanth Enterprises
Bahaddur Gandu (transl. Brave Man) is a 1976 Indian Kannada-language swashbuckler film directed by A. V. Sheshagiri Rao, starring Rajkumar, Jayanthi, Aarathi and Vajramuni. The movie saw a theatrical run of 19 weeks. The story was penned by the celebrated playwright H. V. Subba Rao based on William Shakespeare's play The Taming of the Shrew .  
Rajkumar plays an upright Panju, who stays in Bankapura with his mother. Due to the evil policies of crown prince Vajramuni and princess Jayanti, Panju and villagers are at the risk of losing their lands. When much pleading does not work, Panju leads farmers agitation to the palace, where he is captured, put to jail, and tortured. Panju escapes from the prison, kidnaps Jayanti to his village to teach her civic norms, and shows her the harsh realities normal people face each day. He gets the entire village relocated across the adjoining river, so that royal soldiers cannot trace them. He is able to turn the princess to appreciate the normal way-of-life, but faces the wrath of the Palace and administration. Can he turn the tides and win his biggest battle? The film also stars Arathi as a village girl who is in love with Panju, who gets killed by Vajramuni for thwarting his advances.
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
M. Ranga Rao composed the soundtrack, and lyrics were written by Chi. Udaya Shankar. The album consists of five soundtracks. 
|1.||"Maanavanaaguveya"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||Rajkumar||4:16|
|2.||"Alle Nillu"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||P. B. Sreenivas, S. Janaki||3:48|
|3.||"Muthinantha Mathondu"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||Rajkumar||4:28|
|4.||"Gandu Endare Gandu"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam||3:56|
|5.||"Hey Ninagagiye"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||Rajkumar||3:11|
Bangaarada Manushya is a 1972 Indian Kannada language film based on T. K. Rama Rao's novel of same name. Ramarao was known for his crime and detective novels, but this film was a social drama. It was directed by S. Siddalingaiah under the banner Srinidhi Productions. Prior to this, Siddalingaiah had worked with Rajkumar in Mayor Muthanna. It stars Rajkumar and Bharathi. The film was screened for over two years at the States Theatre in Bangalore and was screened for sixty weeks in Chamundeshwari theatre in Mysore, the film Completed one year in many centres and twenty five weeks in every major and minor centre. The movie saw a 25 weeks run when it was re-released in 1988.
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