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Language  Kannada
Country  India
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Director  Purushottham C. Somanathapura
Release date  8 December 2010 (2010-12-08)

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Modalasala (Kannada: ಮೊದಲಾಸಲ) is a 2010 Indian Kannada romance film written and directed by Purushottham C. Somanathapura in his debut, and stars Yash and Bhama in the lead roles. Rangayana Raghu, Tara, Avinash and Sharan feature in supporting roles.

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Plot

The film is about two youngsters, both of whom are quite the ideal children. Imagine a girl who makes a guy wait hoping to get her parents to approve his proposal; or a guy who says, "I’ve met the girl's parents, I see them in her eyes". These are the things most typical families dream of, as they plan their kids’ futures.

The film has its funny moments and occasionally an overdose of sentimental scenes. The director has done a fairly decent job with the narrative and Yash impresses in his role as the lovelorn urban lad. His dancing skills deserve special mention — he’s easily one of the best in Sandalwood.

New girl Bhama makes a decent debut, though Deepu, who has dubbed for her, deserves equal applause. Rangayana Raghu and Tara excel, and the film shows Raghu in a different light, as opposed to his over-the-top comical roles.

Cast

  • Yash as Karthik
  • Bhama as Deepu
  • Rangayana Raghu as Deepu's father
  • Tara as Deepu's mother
  • Avinash as Karthik's father
  • Master Rakesh
  • Master Manja
  • Vishwa
  • Lakshman
  • Thimme Gowda
  • Ramanand
  • Soundtrack

    V. Harikrishna scored the film's background music and its soundtrack, with its lyrics written by V. Nagendra Prasad and Kaviraj. The track "Love Me Or Hate Me" was taken from the 1978 film Shankar Guru, the lyrics for which was written by Chi. Udayashankar. The soundtrack album consists of five tracks. The album was released in July 2010 in Bangalore.

    Accolades

    58th Filmfare Awards South
  • nominated, Best Supporting Actor – Kannada — Rangayana Raghu
  • nominated, Best Supporting Actress – Kannada — Tara
  • nominated, Best Female Playback Singer – Kannada — Sunitha Upadrashta for "Prathama"
  • 2010 Suvarna Film Awards
  • Best Supporting Actor — Rangayana Raghu
  • Find of the Year — Purushottham C. Somanathapura
  • References

    Modalasala Wikipedia


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