Thutta Mutta

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Thutta Mutta
Directed by Kishore Sarja
Written byRichard Louis
Produced by Arjun Sarja
Starring Ramesh Aravind
CinematographyRamesh Babu
Edited byK. Balu
Music by Hamsalekha
Release date
Running time
146 minutes

Thutta Mutta is a 1998 Indian Kannada-language romantic drama film directed by Kishore Sarja and produced by his brother, actor Arjun Sarja. The story was written by Richard Louis. The film cast includes Ramesh Aravind, Prema, Kasthuri and Sujatha. [1]


The original score and soundtrack for the film were composed and written by Hamsalekha.



The music of the film was composed and lyrics written by Hamsalekha.

Thutta Mutta
Soundtrack album by
Released1998 (1998)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Akash Audio
1."Thaare Thaare" P. Unnikrishnan  
2."Thusu Mella Beesu" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam  
3."Madhana Kama Raja"S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra  
4."Anga Anga Seri"S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra 
5."Muttu Kodolu Bandaga"P. Unnikrishnan 
6."Thusu Mella Beesu"K. S. Chithra 
7."Baligobba Bandhu" C. Ashwath  

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