Ondu Muthina Kathe (1987)

 ●  Kannada ● Running Time: TBA

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'Ondu Muthina Kathe' is an emotionally charged and thought-provoking drama that revolves around how deeply greed, desire and ambition can influence our thoughts, emotions and actions. A deep sea diver finds a pearl at the bottom of the sea and brings it back home. In the event of this unexpected fortune, how the people and environment around him change due to greed, is the story of this movie, which is loosely based on John Steinbeck's book 'The Pearl'.

Cast: Archana, Singanalluru Puttaswamayya Muthuraju

Crew: Shankar Nag (Director), BC Gowrishankar (Director of Photography)

Release Dates: 01 Jan 1987 (India)

Kannada Name: ಒಂದು ಮುತಿನ ಕಥೆ

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Did you know? For 'Ondu Muthina Kathe, Shankar Nag made extraordinary efforts to get the best of everything; he went to Canada to procure the most state-of-the-art camera, employed a German cameraman to ensure optimum quality, even got a hold of an Octopus from London, and shot underwater in Maldives! Read More
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Trivia:
It is said to be the first Indian movie to be shot underwater. This film is also notable for the underwater fighting scene between Dr.Rajkumar and an octopus

For 'Ondu Muthina Kathe, Shankar Nag made extraordinary efforts to get the best of everything; he went to Canada to procure the most state-of-the-art camera, employed a German cameraman to ensure optimum quality, even got a hold of an Octopus from London, and shot underwater in Maldives!

The movie is still remembered for its brilliant story and its technical superiority.