| 5.8/10 |
| 3 February 2012 (2012-02-03)|
Harsha (story), Yoganandh Muddhan (dialogue)
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Chingari (2012 film) Wikipedia
Chingari, also titled Chingaari, is a 2012 Indian Kannada action film starring Darshan and Deepika Kamaiah in the lead roles. The film is directed by A. Harsha and V. Harikrishna is the music director of the film.It is also dubbed into Hindi as Chingaara. B. Mahadevu produced the film with a budget of ₹80 million (US$1.2 million). The film was reported to be inspired by 2008 French-American film, Taken as well as 2007 American film Trade.
The movie revolves around a Super cop C.C.B. officer Dhanush (Darshan) as he sets out to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend in Switzerland who is about to be sold into prostitution.Darshan as DhanushDeepika Kamaiah as GeethaBhavanaSrujan LokeshYashas SuryaVera PrunnRichard Cobill (actor) as JamshemKarl Pilkington as ReporterWarwick Davis as Gangster Boss
The movie got released in over 180+ theaters on 3 February 2012. Chingaari collected about ₹10 million (US$160,000) gross in its first day, Chingari also released in some of the Bangalore theaters which were screening only non-Kannada films with a great success.The movie broadcasts in the suvarna Kannada on the occasion of May day 2013.
The audio release function of Chingaari is directed by dance director turned director Harsha.A. Sudeep made the audio release on 2 January 2012. V. Harikrishna has composed 5 songs set to the lyrics of Kaviraj, Yogaraj Bhat and Jayanth Kaikini
Rediff gave 3 stars for the movie and appreciated Venu's camerawork and also appreciated Darshan and Deepika Kamaiah performance. CNN IBN gave it 3 stars and said, "Darshan impresses with his stylish looks, comical acts and breathtaking action sequences. He dominates the entire film with his superb screen presence."
Its first week gross collections crossed ₹ 60.7 million, according to the distributor Prasad. The distributor’s share would be about ₹ 50 million in the first week of its release.It completed 50 days in many theaters and finished 100 days in 10 theatres.
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