Bombaat

Bombaat is a 2008 Indian Kannada-language action film directed by D. Rajendra Babu and produced by Rockline Venkatesh. The film stars Ganesh and Ramya in lead roles.

Bombaat
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Directed byD. Rajendra Babu
Produced byRockline Venkatesh
Written byJanardhana Maharishi
Screenplay byD. Rajendra Babu
StarringGanesh
Ramya
Mukesh Rishi
Rahul Dev
Avinash
Music byMano Murthy
CinematographyShekhar Chandru
Release date
‹See TfM›
  • 2 July 2008 (2008-07-02)
CountryIndia
LanguageKannada

PlotEdit

Shalini (Ramya), the daughter of a police commissioner (Avinash), lands in the city only to find that a street rowdy called Anand (Ganesh) is on a rampage. But little does she know that Anand is a Good Samaritan at heart.

Meanwhile, Shalini comes across a sadist (Adi Lokesh) who wants to marry her at any cost. He is also the son of a big mafia don (Mukesh Rishi). The mafia group goes to Shalini's father's house to force the marriage. Shalini's father seeks the help of Anand and makes his daughter stay with him for a month in his den. How Anand saves Shalini and what happens to the bad guys make up the rest of the story.

CastEdit

MusicEdit

The music of Bombaat was released in India on 2 July 2008, with Golden Star Ganesh as it was his birthday, live On Udaya TV.[1]

Bombaat
Studio album by
Released
2 July 2008 (CD release)
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length24:54
Label
BIG Music
ProducerRockline Venkatesh
Mano Murthy chronology
Madesha
(2008)
Bombaat
(2008)
An untitled Sonu Nigam's album
Song Singer(s) Duration
"Maathinalli Helalaarenu" (Male) Sonu Nigam 05:22
"Strawberry Kenne" Rajesh Krishnan, Supriya Ramakrishnayya 05:03
"I Am So Bombaat" (Title Track) Guru Kiran 04:11
"Maathinalli Helalaarenu" (Female) Shreya Ghoshal 05:09
"Chinna Hele Hegiruve" Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal 05:12

Home mediaEdit

The movie was released on DVD with 5.1 channel surround sound and English subtitles and VCD.

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