Shruthi (film)

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Directed by Dwarakish
Written byKunigal Vasanth (Dialogues)
Screenplay byDwarakish
Story byVikraman
Based on Pudhu Vasantham (Tamil)
Produced byDwarakish
Starring Sunil
Honnavalli Krishna
CinematographyKarunakara Rao
Edited byGoutham Raju
Music by S. A. Rajkumar
Abhilash Enterprises
Release date
24 October 1990
Running time
152 min

Shruthi (ಶೃತಿ) is a 1990 Indian Kannada-language musical-drama film directed and produced by Dwarakish. The story is a remake of the successful Tamil film Pudhu Vasantham (1990) directed and written by Vikraman. [1] The film starred Sunil, Indudhar, Honnavalli Krishna, Srivatsa, Dileep and Shruti. It was through this film Shruti got her screen name which became her identity throughout her career. [2] The music was composed by S. A. Rajkumar to the lyrics of Chi. Udaya Shankar, M. N. Vyasa Rao and R. N. Jayagopal.



The film tells the story of four struggling friends aspiring to be musicians who accidentally meet a girl Shruthi who is in search of her lover. Shruthi joins the gang of friends and helps them to change their fortunes in the music industry. The sudden arrival of Shruthi's lover takes a turn on their relationships.



All the songs are composed and scored by S. A. Rajkumar who also scored for the original Tamil film. [3] The songs were appreciated upon release.

Sl NoSong TitleSinger(s)Lyricist
1"Kannada Thayiya Makkalu" S. A. Rajkumar Chi. Udaya Shankar
2"Haadonda Naa Haduvenu" K. J. Yesudas R. N. Jayagopal
3"Chilipili Enuthali" Manjula Gururaj Hamsalekha
4"Thalakke Navella" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam M. N. Vyasa Rao
5"Januma Janumadallu"K. J. Yesudas, Manjula GururajM. N. Vyasa Rao
6"Hennige Thali"S. P. BalasubrahmanyamChi. Udaya Shankar
7"Haadonda Naa Haduvenu"S. P. BalasubrahmanyamR. N. Jayagopal

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