A young girl is brought up in poverty but understands the value of education, and with the support of her mother struggles to reject a life of prostitution.
The film revolves around the issues of a woman's chastity, the acceptance of mentally ill by society and unfaithful spouses.
Shivayya, who suffers from autism, impulsively marries Lalitha, a young widow, against the customs of his village. They move to the city to escape from the wrath of the societal judgement.
A drama film directed by Jawahar and P Vadiraj, starring Jayamala Omaiah in the lead role.
Veera Kesari is a 1963 Indian Kannada-language swashbuckler film directed by B. Vittalacharya and produced by Sundarlal Nahatha and Doondi. The film stars Rajkumar, T. N. Balakrishna, Udaykumar and R. Nagendra Rao. The film has musical score by Ghantasala. S. Siddalingaiah was the assistant director of this movie. B. Vittalacharya shot the movie simultaneously in Telugu as Bandipotu, with N. T. Rama Rao.
It stars B. Saroja Devi as Kittur Chennamma, an Indian freedom fighter who led an armed rebellion against the British East India Company in 1824, and died in captivity in 1829.
Ravichandran tries to woo a classmate. On being spurned, he poses as a mysterious biker and sweeps her off her feet.
A 1977 Kannada movie.
This story is based on the epic of Mahabharatha.
The film encompasses the story of Daksha yajna. It depicts how the daksha yajna was desecrated following the jumping into the fire by Lord Shiva's wife Dakshayani. Following this, Lord Shiva marries Goddess Parvati. Later, the Devatas Shiva, Ganga, Gowri all take birth as avatars on earth in the city of Kashi. Eventually, Shiva, Gowri and Ganga all get married in their earthly avatars.
Shraddha is a music enthusiast. She is determined to pursue a career in classical music but faces several obstacles.
After a break-up with her boyfriend and a troubled marriage with Ramanathan, Anu is devastated. She finds solace when she meets Janardhan however, her troubled past soon catches up with her.
Kavitha, a young woman, is the sole bread winner for her family. In order to fulfill their dreams and ambitions, she puts herself through the daily grind of working in an office maintaining a tough exterior at home and at office. The delays in her marriage with her lover Tilak, frustrates him but he decides to wait for her. Eventually when Kavitha consents to marriage, Tilak springs up an unpleasant surprise.
A 1978 Kannada movie.
Krishna refuses to accept Kamini's love for him. But when Kamini dies and her ghost possesses Krishna, his wife, Gayatri, tries to save him from this situation.
The eldest daughter takes the responsibility of supporting her mother and siblings after her father abandons them. She strives for the betterment of her family by living a selfless life.
This drama film is directed by Dhorairaj Bhagavan.
A happy-go-lucky guy falls in love with his professor's daughter. Although his brother supports him, his financial situation forces him to make many sacrifices in life.
Muniyana Madari is a 1981 Indian Kannada-language film.
Kumar falls for Latha but is unable to marry her as his father opposes their relationship. After Kumar marries another woman, Chandru, an evil man, enters Latha's life, and Kumar tries to save her.
Venkatesh and Neelaveni are in love, but on hearing that Neelaveni is dead, Venkatesh marries Shankari. Just when Venkatesh reconciles with his fate, Neelaveni reappears in his life.
Ram falls in love with Seetha, who refuses to marry him owing to a dark family secret. Ram's brothers then devise a plan to unite the lovers.
A man is arrested and appears in court for conning and betraying four women, posing as four different men.
Prominent celebrities in various fields, primarily from Karnataka, are invited to tell the story of their lives. Over steaming cups of coffee, Ramesh Aravind takes the audience on an inside journey with the celebrities through all walks of their lives.