Sri Srinivasa Kalyana

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Sri Srinivasa Kalyana
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Directed by Vijay
Written by Chi. Udayashankar
Produced byS. A. Srinivas
Starring Rajkumar
B. Saroja Devi
Edited byP. Bhakthavathsalam
Music by Rajan–Nagendra
Release date
  • 1974 (1974)
Running time
160 minutes
Country India

Sri Srinivasa Kalyana (transl.The wedding of Sri Srinivasa), is 1974 Kannada-language Hindu mythological film directed by Vijay. The film which is based on lord Venkateswara, stars Rajkumar, B. Saroja Devi and Manjula. It also featured the first screen appearances of future actors and Rajkumar's sons, Shiva Rajkumar and Raghavendra Rajkumar. [1] [2] The movie was dubbed in Tamil as Ezhumalaiyan Dharisanam [3] and in Telugu as Sri Tirupatikshetra Mahatyam (1977). [4]




The music of the film was composed by the duo Rajan–Nagendra, with lyrics penned by Chi. Udayashankar and Chi. Sadashivaiah.

Track #SongSinger(s)Lyricist
1"Naane Bhagyavathi" Rajkumar S. Janaki Chi. Udayashankar
2"Swami Srinivasa" P. Susheela
3"Pavadisu Paramathma" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
4"Cheluvina Thaare"Rajkumar, S. Janaki
5"Prabhuji Balaji"S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
6"Srinivasa Swamiya Kalyana"Female chorus group
7"Iddiddu Iddange"S. Janaki
8"Srimad Ramaramana"S. P. BalasubramanyamChi. Sadashivaiah
9"Hinde Dwaparagadalli" P. B. Srinivas
10"Hariye Nee Yugayugadi"P. B. Srinivas
11"Tarala Dhruvana Tapake"S. P. Balasubramanyam

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