Madarangi is a Kannada serial that aired on Colors Kannada from 2013 to 2014. The serial was produced by Krishna Takies and directed by Mallikarjun Muttalageri. The story revolves around the love story of Madarangi, a village girl, and Krishna, a rich businessman who falls in love with her.
One of the highlights of the serial was its songs, composed by Anoop Seelin. The songs were sung by various singers, such as Anoop Seelin, Varijashree, Sunitha, Yash Golcha, Sirigowri, and Mangala. The lyrics were written by V Nagendraprasad. The songs were well-received by the audience and became popular.
Some of the songs from the serial are:
Darling Darling: A romantic duet by Anoop Seelin and Varijashree. The song features Krishna and Madarangi expressing their love for each other.
Jee Yendavo: A melodious song by Sunitha, Yash Golcha, Sirigowri, and Mangala. The song depicts the feelings of Madarangi as she waits for Krishna to return to her.
Madarangi: A peppy song by Santhosh Venki and Ankit Kundu. The song was used in the movie Nam Annayya, starring Rajinikanth, Nayanthara, and Keerthy Suresh. The song shows Rajinikanth dancing with Madarangi in a colorful setting.
Madarangi was a successful serial that entertained the viewers with its engaging story and catchy songs. The serial was also dubbed in Tamil as Madura Veeran.
The serial also featured a talented cast of actors who brought the characters to life. The lead roles of Madarangi and Krishna were played by Deepa Bhaskar and Darling Krishna respectively. Deepa Bhaskar is a popular actress who has also acted in movies like Rama Rama Re and Ondu Motteya Kathe. Darling Krishna is an actor, director, producer and writer who made his debut with Jackie and later directed the hit film Love Mocktail. The serial also starred Srinivas Prabhu, Krithi Bettad, Dharmendra Urs, Roopa, Manju Badiger, Akshatha Rao, Shylaja Nag, Malathi Sirdeshpande, Jyothi Nagraj, Seetha Kote and others in supporting roles.
Madarangi was a serial that captured the hearts of the viewers with its simple yet captivating story and melodious songs. The serial was also dubbed in Tamil as Madura Veeran and aired on Sun TV. The serial was a success and earned many awards and nominations for its cast and crew.
The serial also received positive reviews from the critics and the audience. The serial was praised for its realistic portrayal of rural life and culture, its engaging screenplay and dialogues, its natural performances and its catchy songs. The serial also dealt with some social issues such as caste discrimination, dowry, domestic violence and women empowerment. The serial was appreciated for its message and its entertainment value.
Madarangi was a serial that entertained and enlightened the viewers with its story and songs. The serial was a musical treat for the fans of Kannada serials and music. The serial was a memorable one for the fans of Madarangi and Krishna, who became popular as a pair on-screen and off-screen. aa16f39245