Srinivasa Kalyana

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Srinivasa Kalyana
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Film poster
Directed by MG Srinivas
Produced byBharat Jain
Written by MG Srinivas
Prasanna V M (Dialogues)
Starring MG Srinivas
Sujay Shastry
Kavitha Gowda
Nikhila Suman
Music byMidhun Mukundan
Edited byVIKRAM
Production
company
Mars Films
Release date
24 February 2017

Srinivasa Kalyana (Kannada: ಶ್ರೀನಿವಾಸ ಕಲ್ಯಾಣ; English: Srinivas's Marriage) is a 2017 Kannada language romantic comedy-philosophical film written and directed by MG Srinivas who also appears in the lead role, along with Sujay Shastry, Kavitha Gowda, Nikhila Suman, Achyuth Kumar and HG Dattatreya playing supporting roles. The movie was released on 24 February 2017 opened to positive reviews. [1] [2] [3]

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Cast

Soundtrack

Srinivasa Kalyana
Soundtrack album by
Midhun Mukundan
ReleasedAugust 2016
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Jhankar Music

The soundtrack of the film was composed by Midhun Mukundan, Raghavendra Thane and remix for Kanasina was done by DJ Yash.

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Gapu Gapalli"Prasanna VMMidhun Mukundan 
2."Bettadmele Srinivasu" Chetan Kumar Sooraj Santosh 
3."Kanasina" Jayant Kaikini Deepak Doddera 
4."Ringa Ringa"Pradeep NR Haricharan  
5."Full Busy" Yogaraj Bhat Vijay Prakash  
6."Weldingu"Yogaraj BhatVijay Prakash 
7."Kanasina (Remix)"Jayant KaikiniDeepak Doddera 
8."Srinivasa Kalyana Theme" Shilpa Madhusudhan, Archana Ravi, Midhun Mukundan 

Critical reception

The film opened to positive reviews from critics. Times of India wrote "Go watch Srinivasa Kalyana for some trademark timepass entertainment, with a good dose of naughty jokes to keep you chuckling." [1] Bangalore Mirror wrote "A jolly ride for the youth, Srinivasa Kalyana is a light-hearted comedy that chronicles the love affairs of an individual who seems to be forever on the losing side. The film has been pieced together from a bunch of incidents and jokes and connected to form a story. But it is seamlessly done and the film has a lively narrative." [4] Indiaglitz wrote "The film looks visually good, dialogues are funny, technically new attempts are seen and in 128 minutes of the film ‘Srinivasa Kalyana’ director cum hero of the film MG Srinivas has churned out his best. Srinivasa Kalyana is a film for all ages because it takes you back to earlier days and gives a good feel at the end." [2]

The movie was released and sustained for two weeks in USA and Australia(Melbourne and Sydney) after a critical and commercial success in India. Another element that contributed to the success of this movie was its music by Midhun and Raghu. Gapu Gapalli noticeably was a huge hit among the youth where the song garnered over a million views on YouTube.

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References

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