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Anantana Avantara

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Language  Kannada
Director  Kashinath
Country  India
Anantana Avantara movie poster
Release date  5 January 1989 (1989-01-05)

Come on come on kamanna anantana avantara

Anantana Avantara is a 1989 Indian Kannada-language comedy film directed by and starring Kashinath. The movie is a light–hearted comedy about the ordeals of a newly married man. It set a trend in the comic films in Kannada and established Kashinath as a comic story teller. The movie was an average grosser but has since then achieved cult status in the later decades. The movie also introduced Upendra as the lyrics writer and assistant director.


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Ananth has a small business and runs a small office. He is an introvert and is awkward around women. His secretary, Deepa, is a young lady who wants to marry him but has never expressed her feelings verbally. Ananth acts as if he is not interested in her but is attracted to her as well.

He meets Anjali in a road accident where he nurses her and drops her home. They are neighbors and after a few awkward meetings, they fall in love. They get married soon after as both of their parents are happy about their relationship.

Deepa, though, is jealous of her Boss' married life and plans to ruin it. She used to procure tablets for his sexual wellness before and plans to mess with the tablets. She instead gets the tablet which does away with sexual desire in men and hands it over to Ananth as he leaves for his honeymoon. The honeymoon is botched as the tablets take affect. They also meet another couple on honeymoon where the husband is over enthusiastic about sex which makes the wife take regressive measures. A few days of confusion and chaos follows and Anjali's mother is now convinced that they should get a divorce.

As a last attempt Ananth is sent to a lady psychiatrist who examines and gives him confidence that he is all right. The second couple's wife tries to escape from her husband and sleeps in Ananth's room. Ananth rushes into his room and to the sleeping lady thinking it's his wife. Anjali arrives to her room to see her husband with another woman and she decides to divorce now, supported by her mother and granny. After his failed attempts to explain the situation Ananth lifts and carries Anjali into her room to show her he is a man and woos her with his romance. She accepts him finally.


  • Kashinath as Anantha
  • Anjali Sudhakar as anjali
  • Kavitha as Deepa
  • Prathibha
  • M. N. Lakshmi Devi
  • Dinesh
  • Aravind
  • Ramachandra
  • Saroja Srishailan
  • Pundalika Shet
  • Sihikahi Geetha
  • Soundtrack

    Music scored and lyrics written by Hamsalekha, V. Manohar and Upendra.

  • "Chaligalavu Banthu" - S. P. Balasubramanyam, Lata Hamsalekha
  • "Come on Come on Kamanna" - S. P. Balasubramanyam
  • "Navarathriyolage" - Lata Hamsalekha, Shivaraj
  • "Neeniruve Saniha" - Lata Hamsalekha
  • References

    Anantana Avantara Wikipedia

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