Nagarahavu
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Nagarahavu

Kannada
Drama
Dec, 1972
3 hrs 03 mins
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The crux of the movie is the guru and shishya relationship between Chamayya and Ramachari. Ramachari is a young and impulsive man who finds it difficult to conform to the societal norms and lifestyle. Chamayya, one who has life sorted and lacks the love and affection of a child, takes him as his apprentice and guides him to peace and tranquility.
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That Naagarahaavu is a classic is undisputed and, like most cult films, everyone has his or her favourite song or moment in the film. So, when the original producers decided to restore the print and give it a digital makeover, there has been a lot of excitement and curiosity not only among older cinephiles who have grown up watching that film, but also the younger generation, which looks up to the film for varied reasons. ...Read full review
The show must go on with excellence is the high class film makers one point agenda. This is what happened for classic block buster of Ishwari Pictures 1972 film Nagarahavu in N Veeraswamy production. N Veeraswamy son Balaji Veeraswamy has given new sounding and technical excellence to this film of his father that is evergreen. ...Read full review
How do you take a classic and make it even better? Balaji has done just that. He has taken the film Naagarahaavu, produced by his father Veeraswamy 45 years ago and given it a new twist. He has released it in cinema scope with digital sound. You have to watch it in a theater to see the magic. Naagarahaavu is considered one of the greatest classics of Kannada film industry. Puttanna Kanagal`s magical direction, the endearing image of the angry-young-hero Vishnuvardhan, the memorable characters derived from three novels of Ta Ra Su, great music by Vijaya Bhaskar and equally great lyrics by some of the greatest Kannada lyricsts including Chi Udaya Shankar, Vijaya Narasimha and RN Jayagopal made this film an evergreen classic. ...Read full review
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