Dhruva Thare

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Dhruva Thare
Dhruva Tare Poster.jpg
Directed by M. S. Rajashekar
Screenplay by Chi. Udayashankar
Based onAparanji
by Vijay Sasanur
Produced byS. A. Govindraj
V. Bharathwaj
Starring Rajkumar
Cinematography B. C. Gowrishankar
Edited byP. Bhaktavatsalam
Music by Upendra Kumar
Nirupama Art Combines
Release date
  • 1985 (1985)
Running time
143 minutes

Dhruva Thare (transl. Pole star ) is a 1985 Indian Kannada-language film directed by M. S. Rajashekar. The film stars Rajkumar, Geetha and Deepa. [1] The movie is famous for its songs composed by Upendra Kumar. It is based on the novel Aparanji written by Vijay Sasanur. [2]



Sagar is a well-known city lawyer who is on the side of truth all the time. He falls in love with Sudha, a college student and marries her. He develops his inner talent of painting and goes commercial with it. A grave disaster strikes his family, which later becomes a legal case. Whether he remains a painter and lets go of the case or fights for the truth forms the rest of the story.



Dhruva Thare
Soundtrack album by
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Sangeetha
1"Aa Moda Banalli" Rajkumar, Bangalore Latha, Vani Jairam Chi. Udaya Shankar
2"Aa Rathiye Dharegilidante"Rajkumar, Bangalore Latha Chi. Udaya Shankar
3"O Nalle Savinudiya"Rajkumar, Vani JairamChi. Udaya Shankar
4"Nyayavelli Adagide"Rajkumar, S. Janaki Chi. Udaya Shankar


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  1. "Dhruvathare". Archived from the original on 1 March 2014. Retrieved 21 February 2014.
  2. "ರಾಜ್‌ ಹಬ್ಬ: ವರನಟನ ಕಾದಂಬರಿ ಚಿತ್ರಗಳ ಕನ್ನಡಿ".

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