Kranthiveera Sangolli Rayanna

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Sangolli Rayanna
Directed byB. T. Athani
Produced byNeminatha Gat
Written by Ranjit Desai (Translation: T. K. Patil) (dialogues)
Screenplay byRajajith Desai
Story byRajajith Desai
StarringV. S. Patil
Kamini Kadam
Dada Salavi
Music byLakshman Beralekar
CinematographyShankar Savekar
Edited byVasantha Shelake
Distributed byChithravani
Release date
  • 4 January 1966 (1966-01-04)
Running time
135 min
Country India
Language Kannada

Krantiveera Sangolli Rayanna (Kannada: ಕ್ರಾಂತಿವೀರ ಸಂಗೊಳ್ಳಿ ರಾಯಣ್ಣ) is a 1967 Indian Kannada film, directed by B. T. Athani and produced by Neminatha Gat. The film stars V. S. Patil, Kamini Kadam, Dada Salavi, and Rajashekar in lead roles. The film had a musical score by Lakshman Beralekar. [1] [2]




1."Bellane Belagaayitu"Bhujanga mahishawadi Lata Mangeshkar  
2."Ellare Iratiro Endaare Baratiro" Lata Mangeshkar 
3."Yako Yeno Seraga Nillavaldu"  Asha Bhonsle  
4."Yaariva Nan Mana Marulaagisidava"  Usha Mangeshkar  
5."Neere Ninu Baare Bega"  Manna Dey  
6."Jagavidu Sojiga" Manna Dey 
7."Gurumaraneya Madu"   

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