|Directed by||Chi. Dattaraj|
|Screenplay by||Chi. Udaya Shankar (also wrote the dialogues)|
|Produced by||J. Jayamma|
|Starring|| Rajkumar |
|Cinematography||B. C. Gowrishankar|
|Edited by||P. Bhakthavathsalam|
|Music by||Upendra Kumar|
|Distributed by||Padmavathi Cine Art Combines|
Kaamana Billu (transl. Rainbow) is a 1983 Indian Kannada language film directed by Chi. Dattaraj. It stars Rajkumar, Anant Nag and Saritha. The film is based on the novel Mrigathrushna by Ashwini.  This climax of the movie inspired a similar sequence in the 1999 Hindi movie Mann and its Telugu remake Ravoyi Chandamama .
The music of the film was composed by Upendra Kumar, with lyrics written by Chi. Udaya Shankar and Kuvempu.
|Soundtrack album to Kaamana Billuby|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|1||"Baa Mutthu Koduve Kandane"||Rajkumar|
|2||"Negila Hidida"||C. Aswath|
|3||"Kannu Kannu Kalethaga"||Rajkumar, Vani Jairam|
|4||"Indu Ananda Naa Thalalare"||Rajkumar, Vani Jairam|
|5||"Neenaadada Maathu"||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Sulochana|
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