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Aakasha modalindha lyrics -Bangara s/o Bangaradha Manushya

Aakasha Modalindha Song Lyrics
Singer: Karthik, Santosh Venky
Music Director: V Harikrishna
Lyricist: Dr V Nagendra Prasad

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Aakasha Modalindha Idda Haagidhe
Bhoominu Aagindha Hangene Idhe
Sooryangu Chandrangu Nenne Yellidhe
Beesuva Gaalige Naale Yellidhe
Namagu Nimagu Aa Naaleya Chintheyu Yeke
Mugidhu Hodha Aa Nenneya Chinthane Beke

Nenapirali Mari Mari Naa Helo Maathanu
Naguvudhane Kali Kali Naguvanu Solanu



Aakasha Modalindha Idda Haagidhe
Bhoominu Aagindha Hangene Idhe
Sooryangu Chandrangu Nenne Yellidhe
Beesuva Gaalige Naale Yellidhe

Ee Mailiya Kallu Hogallavu Yellu
Hoguvarige Kaiyya Beesutthe Nodu
Haaraisuva Paata Saaruthidhe Kallu
Neene Kali Beku Life Ishte Friendu
Halavu Tharadha Janaru Jagadhali
Namage Edhuru Siguvaru
Yellara Mecchiso Chapala Bidu Bidu
Nagisi Nagutha Nadi Guru

Dudiyuvuda Kali Kali Chandanthe Baalali
Yesedavara Guna Adhe Kshame Needu Hogali

Nee Dhoddava Antha Nee Ittuko Antha
Ilyaarigu Svantha Aagalla Bhoomi
Yaariddharo Nenne Innyarigi Naale
Evaga Nindhene Anubhaviso Swami
Payana Payana Sugama Nadeyadu
Aluvu Naguvu Aliyadhu
Sahaja Sahaja Manuja Badukali
Edavi Thadavi Nadevudu

Jaga Belago Ravi Shashi Nidirene Maadaru
Mai Muridhu Dhudi Dhudi Neenene Devaru

Aakasha Modalindha Idda Haagidhe
Bhoominu Aagindha Hangene Idhe
Sooryangu Chandrangu Nenne Yellidhe
Beesuva Gaalige Naale Yellidhe

Movie info:

Bangara s/o Bangarada Manushya (English: Gold, son of golden man) is a 2017 Indian drama Kannada film directed by Yogi G. Raj and produced by Jayanna and Bhogendra under Jayanna Combines.[2] It features Shiva Rajkumar and Vidya Pradeep, making her debut in Kannada films, in the lead roles.[3] Whilst the soundtrack and score is by V. Harikrishna, the cinematography is by Jai Anand.[4]

The film was officially launched on 15 January 2016 and its first teaser was out on the Shivaratri festival day. The first trailer was released on 24 March 2016 alongside his brother Puneeth Rajkumar’s new film Raajakumara.[5] The filming took place in Bengaluru, Mandya and Milan and released on 19 May 2017.[6]

It was also reported that the strategy used by the protagonist in this movie – to start a unique farmer agitation that forces the chief minister to come to them and directly negotiate with them, without any mediator – went on to inspire the farmers’ protest in Maharashtra where they curtailed the supply of vegetables, fruits and milk to cities such as Mumbai.

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