Mungaru Male - Crew


  • Director: Yograj Bhat
  • Producer: E. Krishnappa
  • Cinematography: Krishna
  • Editing: Deepu S. Kumar
  • Story: Preetham Gubbi
  • Dialogues: Yograj Bhat/Preetham Gubbi
  • Lyrics: Jayanth Kaikini, Yograj Bhat, Kaviraj, Shiva
  • Choreography: Harsha, Raghu
  • Art: Ismail
  • Music: Mano Murthy
  • Singers: Sonu Nigam, Udit Narayan, Hemanth Kumar, Kunal Ganjawala, Shreya Ghosal, Priya Hemesh, Stephen & Sunidhi Chauhan.

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    “10 April 1800—
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