Amrutha Ghalige

Amrutha Ghalige (transl. The Auspicious Moment) is a 1984 Indian Kannada-language romantic drama film directed by Puttanna Kanagal, based on the novel Avadhana, by Dodderi Venkatagiri Rao.[1] The film stars Ramakrishna, Padma Vasanthi and Sridhar in the lead roles.

Amrutha Ghalige
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Directed byPuttanna Kanagal
Produced byS. R. Rajan
Bheema Rao
K Nagarathna
Puttanna Kanagal
Screenplay byPuttanna Kanagal
Based onAvadhana
by Dodderi Venkatagiri Rao
Padma Vasanthi
Music byVijaya Bhaskar
CinematographyB. S. Basavaraj
Edited byV. P. Krishna
Release date
  • 1984 (1984)
Running time
139 minutes


This movie deals with the cause and consequences of teenage pregnancy. The heroine (Padmavasanthi), hailing from a poor background, falls in love with an affluent young man (Ramakrishna). The young man impregnates her and leaves her in the lurch. The heroine's classmate (Sridhar) comes forward to marry her and give an identity to the child. Unfortunately, the classmate dies due to illness soon after. The young man comes back and unexpectedly meets his son. The classmate writes a letter that he had considered the heroine as his sister, and she was as pure as river Ganges. Finally the young man accepts the heroine. This movie has very good songs and great lyrics.



All songs are composed by Vijaya Bhaskar, with lyrics written by Vijaya Narasimha.


  • Actor Sridhar was introduced through this movie to Kannada Film Industry
  • Singer B.R.Chaya got a break in Playback singing in this movie.
Soundtrack album by
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Track # Song Singer(s) Duration
1 "Mayuri Natya Mayuri" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, B. R. Chaya
2 "Hindustanavu Endu" P. Jayachandran
3 "Hindustanavu Endu" B. R. Chaya
4 "Parvathi Parashivana" S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, B. R. Chaya



  1. ^ National Film Archive of India [@NFAIOfficial] (24 March 2020). "#Adaptation A lobby card for Puttanna Kanagal's romance drama #AmruthaGalige (1984). The film was based on Dodderi Venkatagirirao's novel Avadana" (Tweet) – via Twitter.

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