Joke Falls

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Jokefalls is a 2004 Indian Kannada-language comedy movie, directed by Ashok Patil and produced by Atlanta Nagendra.[1][2][3] Music was composed by Mano Murthy. [4][5][6] The movie is a remake of 1975 Hindi movie Chupke Chupke which itself was based on the 1971 Bengali movie Chhadmabeshi.[7]

Joke Falls
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Directed byAshok Patil
Produced byAtlanta Nagendra
Written byAshok Patil
Screenplay byAshok Patil
StarringRamesh Aravind
Neethu
Music byMano Murthy
CinematographyAshok cashyap
Edited byT. Shashi kumar
Production
company
Om Creations
Release date
  • 4 December 2004 (2004-12-04)
Running time
2 hours 31 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageKannada
Budget1 crores

General backgroundEdit

Director Patil devised the basic plot of the story from the Hindi movie Chupke Chupke and reworked it to give it a fresh look. Patil then recruited Ramesh[8] to act in the film. Newcomer Neethu was chosen to play the female lead. [9] Deepali who had previously acted in Nanna Preethiya Hudugi was chosen to play the second female lead.[10][11]

PlotEdit

Botany professor Anant Patil falls in love with Sulkeha and marries her to the dismay of Sulekha's brother in law, Raghav Joshi. Raghav refuses to attend the wedding. But Anant decides to turn the tables on Raghav and teach him a lesson.

CastEdit

CrewEdit

  • Director: Ashok Patil
  • Producer: Atlanta Nagendra
  • Music: Manomurthy
  • Cinematography: Ashok Kashyap
  • Editing: Shashi Kumar
  • Lyrics: K.Kalyan, Nagathihalli Chandrashekar
  • Singers: Rajesh, Nandita, Chetan, Kavitha KrishnaMurthy

SoundtrackEdit

Joke Falls
Soundtrack album by
Released2004
GenreFilm Soundtrack

The music is scored by Mano Murthy and was big hit.[12]

Song title Singers
"Gandhavathi" Rajesh Krishnan
"Swaraga Shrusthi Modala" Rajesh & Chetan Sosca
"Nanna Beladingalu Neenu" Kavita Krishnamurthy
"O Prema Tangaliye" Nanditha
"Naguvina Loka Idu" Chetan Sosca & Nanditha

ReviewsEdit

Joke falls received positive reviews from critics as well as audiences.[13][14]

Box-OfficeEdit

Joke falls was released on 3 December 2004.[15] The film received a good response, and ran for a hundred days in Bangalore.[16][17][18][19][20]

It was the first Kannada movie to run for twenty five weeks in PVR Cinemas in Bangalore.[21]

The movie also saw screenings in Australia, Canada, and the United States.[22][23][24]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Joke Falls is basically an NRI movie
  2. ^ "Welcome to joke falls". Archived from the original on 2 December 2013. Retrieved 27 March 2013.
  3. ^ Joke Falls all set for this winter
  4. ^ JokeFalls in cyberspace
  5. ^ Joke falls gallery
  6. ^ Joke falls press meet photos Archived 29 September 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/bengali/movies/news/remakes-of-bengali-films-whats-new-in-this-trend/articleshow/72241437.cms
  8. ^ Cinema is a team effort
  9. ^ Journey To Joke Falls
  10. ^ NRI girl for NRI's film Joke Falls!
  11. ^ Deepali is back
  12. ^ Catchy tunes of Joke Falls
  13. ^ The film is hilarious comedy
  14. ^ Joke Falls - film review
  15. ^ Experience Joke Falls this Friday
  16. ^ Joke Falls - unbeaten half-century
  17. ^ Joke Falls - unbeaten century
  18. ^ Joke falls hit movie of 2004
  19. ^ Joke falls - Hit of 2004
  20. ^ Joke Falls - Super hit
  21. ^ Joke Falls went on to celebrate 25 weeks Silver Jubilee in Bangalore.
  22. ^ Joke Falls on US screens
  23. ^ Joke falls schedule in USA and Canada
  24. ^ Joke falls highest grossing film in USA in 2005