|Produced by||B. M. Venkatesh|
|Starring|| Rajkumar |
B. Saroja Devi
|Cinematography||S. V. Srikanth|
|Edited by||N. C. Rajan|
T. P. Velayudham
|Distributed by||Maharaja Movies|
Nyayave Devaru is a 1971 Indian Kannada-language film directed by Siddalingaiah. It stars Rajkumar and B. Saroja Devi. The supporting cast features K. S. Ashwath, Aarathi, Dwarakish, M. P. Shankar, Dinesh, B. Jaya and Vajramuni. The song "Akashave Beelali Mele" from the film went on to become one of the biggest hits ever.
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
The duo of Rajan–Nagendra composed the background score for the film and the soundtracks. The lyrics for the soundtracks were penned by Chi. Udaya Shankar. The album consists of four soundtracks.
|1.||"Kunidaaduva Vayasidu"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||P. B. Sreenivas|
|2.||"Aakaashave Beelali Mele"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||P. B. Sreenivas|
|3.||"Endendu Neevu Sukhavaagiri"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||P. Susheela|
|4.||"Paramaathma Aadisidanthe Aaduve"||Chi. Udaya Shankar||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam|
Bahaddur Gandu is a 1976 Indian Kannada-language swashbuckler film directed by A. V. Sheshagiri Rao, starring Rajkumar, Jayanthi, Aarathi and Vajramuni. The movie saw a theatrical run of 19 weeks. The story was penned by the celebrated playwright H. V. Subba Rao based on William Shakespeare's play The Taming of the Shrew.
Doorada Betta is a 1973 Kannada-language film directed by Siddalingaiah. The film starred Rajkumar and Bharathi Vishnuvardhan. It had Balakrishna, K. S. Ashwath and Sampath playing supporting roles. The film, along with Mooruvare Vajragalu (1973), was Rajkumar's last movie in black-and-white. However, this movie had few sequences shot in colour.This was also the last film where Rajkumar and Bharathi were seen together. This was also Rajkumar's last collaboration with Siddalingaiah. The movie also had a song sung by Asha Bhosle.The film is seen as a landmark in the career of Siddalingaiah. The movie saw a theatrical run of 25 weeks.
Daari Tappida Maga is a 1975 Indian Kannada-language film produced and directed by Peketi Sivaram. The film stars Rajkumar, Kalpana, Aarathi, Manjula and Jayamala with K. S. Ashwath, M. V. Rajamma and Vajramuni in supporting roles and Thoogudeepa Srinivas in a cameo along with Rajkumar's second son Raghavendra in a small role in his second on screen appearance as a child artist after the 1974 movie Sri Srinivasa Kalyana. Rajkumar appeared in dual roles in the movie. The music was composed by G. K. Venkatesh. The movie was a Blockbuster and saw a theatrical run of over 175 days in multiple centres. The movie was re-released on 22 November 2019. The movie was dubbed in Malayalam in 1976 as Kollakkaran. It was later remade in Malayalam in 1980 as Manushya Mrugam starring Jayan.
Bhale Huchcha is a 1972 Indian Kannada-language film directed by Y. R. Swamy and produced by Gopal Lakshman. It stars Rajkumar and Aarathi. This film was dubbed into Telugu as Dasara Picchodu and released in 1973.
Mooroovare Vajragalu is a 1973 Indian Kannada-language film, directed by Y. R. Swamy. The film stars Rajkumar, Srinath, Jayanthi, Aarathi and Manjula. Rajkumar played a dual role in the movie. The film was Rajkumar's last full-fledged movie in black-and-white - thus also making it his last dual role in a black and white movie. Doorada Betta, which released in the same year, was black and white too, but had a few sequences in Eastmancolor.
Janma Rahasya is a 1972 Indian Kannada-language film directed by S. P. N. Krishna. The film stars Rajkumar and Bharathi.
Bhagyavantharu is a 1977 Indian Kannada-language drama film directed by H. R. Bhargava, making his debut. The film featured an ensemble cast including Rajkumar, B. Saroja Devi, Ashok, Balakrishna and Ramakrishna playing the pivotal roles. The film was produced by Dwarakish. The dialogues and lyrics were written by Chi. Udaya Shankar. The film featured original score and soundtrack composed by Rajan–Nagendra.Puneeth Rajkumar made a brief appearance in one of the songs of this film. The movie is a remake of 1974 Tamil movie Dheerga Sumangali.
Sipayi Ramu is 1972 Indian Kannada language film directed by Y. R. Swamy, based on the novel Barale Innu Yamune? by Nuggehalli Pankaja. It stars Rajkumar, Leelavathi and Aarathi. The supporting cast includes K. S. Ashwath, Shivaram, Vajramuni and Thoogudeepa Srinivas. At the 1971-72 Karnataka State Film Awards, the film was awarded the Third Best Film and Best Actress (Leelavathi).
Bangaarada Panjara is a 1974 Indian Kannada-language comedy film directed by debutant V. Somashekhar and co-produced by actor Raja Shankar. It starred Dr. Rajkumar in the lead role along with Aarathi, K. S. Ashwath, Pandari Bai and Lokanath. The movie saw a theatrical run of 25 weeks.
C.I.D. Rajanna is a 1970 Indian Kannada-language film produced and directed by R. Ramamurthy, starring Rajkumar. The supporting cast features Rajasree, Premalatha, Dinesh, Ranga, Dwarakish and K. S. Ashwath. S. P. Balasubrahmanyam lent his voice to Rajkumar for the song Illi aaduva maatu Kannada which was his third and last lip sync song for Rajkumar after the two songs in Mr. Rajkumar which released few months prior to this movie.
Sri Krishna Rukmini Satyabhama is a 1971 Kannada-language Hindu mythological film written and directed by K. S. L. Swamy. The film stars Rajkumar, B. Saroja Devi, Aarathi and Bharathi. The film was released under Raghunandan Movies banner and the music was composed by R. Sudarsanam.
Thayi Devaru is a 1971 Indian Kannada-language drama film written by Shivam and directed by Siddalingaiah. It stars Rajkumar, M. V. Rajamma and Bharathi. The film was released under Jain Movies banner and produced by Chandulal Jain. H. R. Bhargava worked as associate director, M. S. Rajashekar as assistant director and G. K. Venkatesh was the soundtrack and score composer. The dialogues and lyrics were written by Chi. Udaya Shankar.
Kranti Veera is a 1972 Indian Kannada-language action drama film directed and produced by R. Ramamurthy. It stars Rajkumar, Rajesh and Jayanthi. The film's story was written by R. Rangarajan and Satyam was the soundtrack and score composer. The dialogues and lyrics were written by Chi. Udaya Shankar. The film is a classic case of visual representation of political transition from monarchy to democracy. The film reminds of princely India which existed in colonial India. The film acquires its political tone thanks to its theme which remind us of political history of Mysore and other princely states of Karnataka.
Nanda Gokula is a 1972 Indian Kannada-language drama film directed by Y. R. Swamy and produced by Shyamprasad Enterprises. It starred Rajkumar, Ramesh and Jayanthi. Vijaya Bhaskar scored the music and the story was written by Chi. Udaya Shankar.
Sose Tanda Soubhagya is a 1977 Kannada film written by P. B. Duttaragi, directed by A. V. Sheshagiri Rao, starring Vishnuvardhan and Manjula. It is the first CinemaScope movie made in Kannada.
Vasantha Lakshmi is a 1978 Indian Kannada-language film, directed by A. V. Seshagiri Rao and produced by K. Vittala Kumar, K. V. Honnappa and K. V. Gurunath. The film stars Srinath, Aarathi, Vishnuvardhan and Manjula. The film has musical score by Vijaya Bhaskar. The movie is a remake of the 1974 Tamil movie Engamma Sapatham.
Gange Gowri is a 1967 Indian Kannada-language film, directed and produced by B. R. Panthulu. The film stars Rajkumar, Bharathi, Leelavathi and K. S. Ashwath. The film has musical score by T. G. Lingappa. The movie was remade in Tamil by B. R. Panthulu himself in 1973 as Ganga Gowri.
Arishina Kumkuma is a 1970 Indian Kannada film, directed by K. S. L. Swamy (Ravee) and produced by H. V. Nagendrappa, M. V. Dodda Veeranna, K. V. Nagabhushana Shetty, K. G. Veeranna, Mallikarjunappa and Thippeswamy. The film stars Kalpana, Kalyan Kumar, Rajesh and K. S. Ashwath in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Vijaya Bhaskar. The film was remade in Tamil as Deivamsam (1972) with AVM Rajan and Sasikumar.
Bhagyada Bagilu is a 1968 Indian Kannada-language film, directed by K. S. L. Swamy (Ravi) and produced by B. H. Jayanna. The film stars Rajkumar, Balakrishna, Dwarakish, with K. S. Ashwath in a guest appearance. The film has musical score by Vijaya Bhaskar.
Nanna Devaru is a 1982 Kannada-language film, directed by B. Mallesh and produced by K. S. Ashok. The story was written by R. Selvaraj. The film stars Ananth Nag, Sujatha, Tiger Prabhakar and K. S. Ashwath. Actress Jayanthi appeared in a brief cameo role. The film's score and songs were composed by Rajan–Nagendra, whilst the cinematography was by B. C. Gowrishankar. Rajkumar makes an entry during a wedding scene and blesses Ananth Nag and Sujatha.