|Directed by||Om Prakash Rao|
|Written by||M. S. Ramesh |
Girish kumar (Dialogues)
|Screenplay by||Omprakash Rao |
S. S. David
|Story by||Omprakash Rao|
|Starring|| Shiva Rajkumar |
|Edited by||R. Janardhan|
|Distributed by||Ramu Enterprises|
|Budget||₹3.5 crores |
Simhada Mari (transl. Lionet) is a 1997 Indian Kannada-language action drama film directed by Om Prakash Rao and produced by Ramu. The film stars Shiva Rajkumar, Telugu actor Krishnam Raju and debutant Simran.   The flash back portion which is considered to be the heart of this movie went on to be used in the Telugu movie Aadi .  The film's score and soundtrack was scored by Hamsalekha and the cinematography was by T. Janardhan.
Vishwas frequently rebels against the injustice suffered by the poor and weak at the hands of rich people. Soon, he finds that his father was murdered and seeks vengeance.
The scene in the film had ten stuntmen jump down from a height of 20 feet in police shoes and all had their legs fractured and also camera operator Viji died on the spot.  Simran, then a new actress, was chosen for the female lead role. Popular Telugu actor Krishnam Raju was chosen to play a pivotal role making his debut in Kannada films. 
| Soundtrack album by |
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Singles from Simhada Mari|
|Simhada Mari Songs Jukebox on YouTube|
|Dekhore Dekhore on YouTube|
|Naanendu Nimmavane on YouTube|
|Nanna Kannu on YouTube|
|Manege Ondu Bagilu on YouTube|
|Kannada Nadina on YouTube|
|Ushe Bandalamma on YouTube|
The soundtrack of the film was composed by Hamsalekha and the audio was bought by Lahari Music. 
|1.||"Ninna Kannu Nanna Kannu"||Hamsalekha||Mano, K. S. Chithra|
|2.||"Ushe Bandalamma"||Hamsalekha||Mano, K. S. Chithra|
|3.||"Manege Ondu Bagilu"||Hamsalekha||Rajkumar|
|4.||"Naanendu Nimmavanu"||Hamsalekha||S. P. Balasubrahmanyam|
|6.||"Dekhore Dekhore"||Om Prakash Rao||Mano|
The movie ran for 150 days at few centres across the Karnataka.
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