Dashamukha – ದಶಮುಖ (2012/೨೦೧೨)


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:

Ravichandran, Ananthnag, Devaraj, Avinash, Ravi Kale, Praveen, Datthathreya, Achyuth Kumar, Saritha, Malavika, Chethan, Akanksha, Sudarshan, Jai Jagadish, Ramesh Bhat, K V Manjaiah, Tennis Krishna
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Direction:

Director Ravi Srivathsa
Associate Director Sushma Veer, Anand
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Production:

Banner Ram Babu Productions
Presenter N S Rajkumar
Producer M B Babu
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Writers:

Story (Inspired from 12 Angry Men (English) (1957))
Screenplay K V Raju, Ravi Srivathsa
Dialogue Ravi Srivathsa
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Other Crews:

Music V Sridhar
Background Music Sadhu Kokila
Cinematography Mathew Rajan
Editor Lakshman Reddy
Art Arun Sagar
PRO Nagendra
Publicity Designs Sai
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Sound Recording:

Dialogues Anand (Akash Studio)
Effects Rajan
DTS Sathish Kumar
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Censor Details:

CBFC U/A
Dated 09-04-2012
Length 3599 Mts
Color Color (Cinemascope)
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Audio & Video:

Audio On
Video On Anand Video
Runtime 130 min
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Release info:

Release date 13-04-2012
Main Theater Thriveni
Weeks 2
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Plot Summary:

The story revolves around Agni (Chethan), who is accused of stabbing his father to death. The judge (Ramesh Bhat), who is confused to give a judgment, forms a 10-member expert panel to give its verdict. The committee members sit in a hall, argue, vote and also involve in petty fights to prove their point – for and against Agni. But one person (Ravichandran) always stood by his stand that Agni is innocent and narrates Agnias romance with Amrutha (Akanksha) to drive home his point. more
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Online Video:

Movie Trailer
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1 Comment

  1. Madhu Krishnamurthy said,

    June 1, 2018 at 2:31 pm

    I don’t know whether the idea of having a jury decide the fate of an accused criminal, who has supposedly committed a horrible crime, actually has any credibility when set in the modern Indian society, as the Indian Judicial system abolished it many years ago. But viewed on its own(given that you accept the premise i.e) it’s quite okay; the acting was competent, and so was the rest of the film. This film is a remake of the 1957 Oscar nominated film 12 Angry Men starring Henry Fonda, Lee J Cobb and Ed Begley.


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