Bhoomige Banda Bhagavantha

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Bhoomige Banda Bhagavantha
Directed by K. S. L. Swamy (Ravee)
Written byGopala Naidu
Screenplay byNarendra Babu
Produced byS. P. Varadaraj
J. Chandulal Jain
Starring Lokesh
Jai Jagadish
CinematographyB. Purushottham
Edited byYadav Victor
Music by G. K. Venkatesh
Jain Movies
Distributed byJain Movies
Release date
  • 3 August 1981 (1981-08-03)

Bhoomige Banda Bhagavantha is a 1981 Indian Kannada-language film, directed by K. S. L. Swamy (Ravee) and produced by S. P. Varadaraj and J. Chandulal Jain. The film stars Lokesh, Lakshmi, Jai Jagadish and Vajramuni. The film has musical score by G. K. Venkatesh. [1] [2] The movie was dubbed in Telugu. [3]




The music was composed by G. K. Venkatesh. [5]

No.SongSingersLyricsLength (m:ss)
1"Bhoomige Banda" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, S. Janaki Chi. Udaya Shankar 06:38
2"Kasturi Thilakavu" Vani Jairam Chi. Udaya Shankar01:37
3"Nagauvenu"S. Janaki, Vani JairamChi. Udaya Shankar04:45
4"Baara"Vani JairamChi. Udaya Shankar04:30
5"Baalina Sutthalu"C. AshwathChi. Udaya Shankar04:27

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