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Directed by H. R. Bhargava
Written by Chi. Udaya Shankar
Screenplay by H. R. Bhargava
Based onRemake of Dheerga Sumangali (1974)
Produced by Dwarakish
Starring Rajkumar
B. Saroja Devi
CinematographyD. V. Jayaram
Edited byBal G. Yadav
Music by Rajan–Nagendra
Dwarakish Chitra
Release date
  • 16 March 1977 (1977-03-16)
Running time
159 minutes

Bhagyavantharu is a 1977 Indian Kannada-language drama film directed by H. R. Bhargava, making his debut. The film featured an ensemble cast including Rajkumar, B. Saroja Devi, Ashok, Balakrishna and Ramakrishna playing the pivotal roles. The film was produced by Dwarakish. The dialogues and lyrics were written by Chi. Udaya Shankar. The film featured original score and soundtrack composed by Rajan–Nagendra.Puneeth Rajkumar made a brief appearance in one of the songs of this film. The movie is a remake of 1974 Tamil movie Dheerga Sumangali .




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Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Saregama

The music was composed by Rajan–Nagendra, with lyrics by Chi. Udaya Shankar. [1]

All lyrics are written by Chi. Udaya Shankar.

Track listing
1."Bhagyavantharu Naave" P. B. Sreenivas, S. Janaki, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Indumathi5:49
2."Ninna Nanna Manavu" Rajkumar  
3."Ninna Snehake"Rajkumar, P. Susheela  

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