Thulasidala – ತುಳಸೀದಳ (1985/೧೯೮೫)


Stars Songs & Lyrics
Direction Other Details
Production Release info
Writers Plot Summary
Other Crews Trivia
Sound Recording Awards
Censor Details Online Video
Audio & Video External links

Stars:

Aarathi, Sharath Babu, Sundar Krishna Urs, Balakrishna, Seetharam, M V Vasudeva Rao, Baby Rekha, Thara (HP), Kokila, Saraswathi, Shivaram (AN), Rajanand, Umesh, Anantharam Maccheri, Arikesari, G K Govinda Rao, Shankar Rao, Mysore Lokesh
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Direction:

Director Vemagal Jagannath Rao
Assistant Director B G Ramamurthy
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Production:

Banner Vivek Cine Arts
Presenter K N Balaji, K N Prashanth, K N Pushparekha
Producer K N Padma Murthy
Production Controller B V Ravichandraguptha
Production Manager Jai Kumar, K S Prakash
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Writers:

Story Yandamoori Veerendranath
Screenplay Vemagal Jagannath Rao
Dialogue Vemagal Jagannath Rao
Lyrics Chi Udayashankar
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Other Crews:

Music Upendra Kumar
Cinematography Annayya, Mallik
Editor A Subramanyam
Art R K Mukthayarji
Costume T S Vittal Rao
Makeup Mallesh Harthi
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Sound Recording:

Dialogues Dasharath
Songs Prasad Studio
Re-Recording Prasad Studio
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Censor Details:

CBFC A
Dated 25-09-1985
Length 3880.96 Mts
Reels 14
Color Color
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Audio & Video:

Audio On
Video On T-Series, Shruthi Tracks, Skanda Video
Runtime 134 min
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Songs & Lyrics:

Song Singer Lyrics
Namma Muddu Maguvu

muddhu
P Susheela, Jayachandran Chi Udayashankar
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Awards:

Karnataka State Film Awards 1985-86
Best Child Actress – Baby Rekha
Special Award (Makeup) – Mallesh Harthi
Special Award (Technology) – Mahavishnu Enterprises
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1 Comment

  1. Madhu Krishnamurthy said,

    May 31, 2018 at 4:57 pm

    This is supposed to be a shocking Horror-thriller film, but i don’t think it was remotely so. The scenes of a little child drinking blood and acting erratically due to black magic may have seemed shocking in 1985, but it doesn’t seem so now. The song namma putta maguvu was quite good; and it’s always great to see Aarathi. Also this is the debut film of future National Award winning actress Tara.


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