| D. Rajendra Babu|
| April 15, 1999 (1999-04-15)|Habba Wikipedia
Habba (Kannada: ಹಬ್ಬ, English: Festival) is a 1999 Indian Kannada family - drama film written and directed by D. Rajendra Babu. The film has an ensemble cast including Vishnuvardhan, Ambareesh, Devaraj, Jayapradha, Urvashi, Shashikumar, Ramkumar, Vijayalakshmi, Kasthuri and Charulatha. The movie was produced by Bharathi Devi for Chinni Chitra productions. The film was remade in Telugu as Chandravamsam with Krishna. This movie loosely based on the exile of Pandavas in Mahabharata.
Leelavthi as Grandmother of SeethaVishnuvardhan as Vishnu, First Brother of RamJayapradha as Vishnu's WifeAmbareesh as Ambi, Second Brother of RamUrvashi as Ambi's WifeDevaraj as Devu, Third Brother of RamKasthuri as Anu, Devu's WifeShashikumar as Shashi, Fourth Brother of RamCharulatha as Savithri, Shashi's WifeRamkumar as Ram, last brotherVijayalakshmi as SeethaNagendra Babu as First Brother of SeethaRavi Babu as Second Brother of SeethaKazhan Khan as Third Brother of SeethaPavithra Lokesh as Friend of SeethaM. S. UmeshKarnataka State Film Awards 1999-00
- Karnataka State Film Award for Best Screenplay - D. Rajendra Babu
The music of the film was composed and lyrics written by Hamsalekha & Naveen Kumar M S . Popular playback singer Nanditha made her entry into film songs with this soundtrack The song "Habba Habba" is a slight modified version of the song "Yele Hombisile" which Hamsalekha had composed for the film Halunda Thavaru.
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