Mojugara Sogasugara

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Mojugara Sogasugara
Directed by Vijay
Written byKunigal Nagabhushan
Kunigal Vasanth (dialogue)
Screenplay byVijay
Based on Ramudu Bheemudu
Produced byN. Kumar
Starring Vishnuvardhan
Shruti
Sonakshi
CinematographyJohnny Lal
Edited byS. Prasad
Music by Hamsalekha
Production
company
Sri Lakshmi Films
Release date
3 March 1995
Running time
143 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageKannada

Mojugara Sogasugara (Kannada : ಮೋಜುಗಾರ ಸೊಗಸುಗಾರ) is a 1995 Indian Kannada romantic drama film written and directed by Vijay. The film marks actor Vishnuvardhan's 150th film. Vishnuvardhan appeared in dual roles, [1] along with Shruti and Sonakshi in other pivotal roles. The movie is a remake of 1964 Telugu movie Ramudu Bheemudu .

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Cast

Release

The movie was certified on 10 February and released on 3 March 1995.

Soundtrack

The music of the film was composed by and lyrics written by Hamsalekha. After release, the soundtrack was well received. Audio was released on Lahari Music.

The song Kannadave Nammamma of this film is rated as one of the top 10 Kannada patriotic songs by Filmibeat. [2]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Yaramma Ivanu" Hamsalekha Mano, Manjula Gururaj  
2."Hoovamma Hoovamma"HamsalekhaMano, Latha Hamsalekha  
3."Chorarigondu Kaala"HamsalekhaMano 
4."Mojugarana Sogasugarana"HamsalekhaMano, Manjula Gururaj 
5."Kannadave Nammamma"Hamsalekha Vishnuvardhan  

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References

  1. Vishnuvardhan list
  2. "ನಟರನ್ನು ಕನ್ನಡದ ಕಣ್ಮಣಿಯಾಗಿಸಿದ ಗೀತೆಗಳಿವು". November 2014.