Katari Veera Surasundarangi (2012)

 ●  Kannada ● Running Time: TBA

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In this sequel to 'Rakta Kanneeru' Upendra reprises his role of Mohan, a highly educated, wealthy man turned beggar. Now in hell, he happens to meet his own son, a gangster (Upendra again), who was killed in a gang war. This mythological romance brings to life the story of how Mohan's son, falls in love with Lord Indra's daughter Indraja (Ramya), in Indraloka (heaven). With stiff competition from the likes of Lord Brahma, Lord Yama and other Devatas (Gods) of Indraloka to marry Indraja, can a mere human being be successful in winning the love of the beautiful goddess?

Cast: Malavallii Huche Gowda Amarnath, Ramya, Upendra

Crew: Suresh Krissna (Director), V Harikrishna (Music Director)

Genres: Comedy, Drama

Release Dates: 10 May 2012 (India)

Kannada Name: ಕತಾರಿವೀರ ಸುರಸುಂದರಾಂಗಿ

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as Yamadharma Raja
Actress
as Mass Manava / Mohan
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Special Appearance
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Supporting Actor
Supporting Actor
as Chitragupta

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Director

Production

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Kannada
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
Converted to 3D
Archival Source:
QubeVault (Real Image Media Technologies) [Digital]
Tracklist
Music Label: Ashwini Media Networks
01 
03:59
Music Director: V Harikrishna
Playback Singer: Anuradha Bhat
02 
04:32
Music Director: V Harikrishna
Lyricist: Kavi Raj
Playback Singer: Sonu Nigam, Sunitha Boparaj
03 
04:39
Music Director: V Harikrishna
Lyricist: Upendra
Playback Singer: Tippu, Priyadarshini Ram
04 
04:18
Music Director: V Harikrishna
Lyricist: Upendra
Playback Singer: Sunitha Boparaj, Upendra
05 
04:34
Music Director: V Harikrishna
Playback Singer: Sunitha Boparaj
Trivia:
This film is a sequel to Upendra's earlier movie Rakta Kanneeru (2003).

This movie created history by becoming the first full length 3D film in Kannada cinema.