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Na Tum Jaano Na Hum (transl. Neither you nor I know) is a 2002 Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film starring Hrithik Roshan, Saif Ali Khan and Esha Deol. The film was directed by Arjun Sablok and produced by Future Group owner Kishore Biyani. The title of the film was taken from the song of Roshan's debut film Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai. Upon release, it met with extremely negative reviews and was a box office disaster despite having a stellar cast. Directed by Arjun Sablok Produced by Kishore Biyani Written by Arjun Sablok Starring Hrithik Roshan Saif Ali Khan Esha Deol Music by Songs: Rajesh Roshan Anand Bakshi (Lyrics) Background Score: Raju Singh Cinematography Manoj Soni Edited by Shirish Kunder Distributed by PFH Entertainment Limited Saregama-HMV Release date 10 May 2002 Running time 158 minutes Country India Language Hindi

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Kannada cinema, also known as Sandalwood, Kannada Film Industry or Chandanavana,[4] is the segment of Indian cinema[5] dedicated to the production of motion pictures in the Kannada language widely spoken in the state of Karnataka.[6][7][8] The 1934 film Sati Sulochana directed by Y. V. Rao was the first talkie film in the Kannada language.[9][10][11] It was also the first film starring Subbaiah Naidu and Tripuramba, and was the first motion picture screened in the erstwhile Mysore Kingdom.[12] The film was produced by Chamanlal Doongaji, who in 1932 founded South India Movietone in Bangalore.[13][14]

Major literary works have been adapted to the Kannada screen such as B. V. Karanth's Chomana Dudi (1975), Girish Karnad's Kaadu (1973), Pattabhirama Reddy's Samskara (1970) (based on a novel by U. R. Ananthamurthy), which won the Bronze Leopard at Locarno International Film Festival,[15] and T. S. Nagabharana's Mysuru Mallige (based on the works of acclaimed poet K. S. Narasimhaswamy).[16]

Kannada cinema is known for producing experimental works such as Girish Kasaravalli's Ghatashraddha (1977), which won the Ducats Award at the Manneham Film Festival Germany,[17] Dweepa (2002), which won Best Film at Moscow International Film Festival,[18][19] Singeetam Srinivasa Rao's silent film Pushpaka Vimana (1987), screened at the Cannes Film Festival and Prashanth Neel's historical dramaK.G.F: Chapter 1 (2018),[20][21] which became the first Kannada language film to have grossed ₹250 crores worldwide at the box office.[22]

In 1934, the first Kannada talkieSati Sulochana,[23] appeared in theatres, followed by Bhakta Dhruva (aka Dhruva Kumar). Sati Sulochana, starring Subbaiah Naidu and Tripuramba in lead roles, was shot in Kolhapur at the Chatrapathi studio; most filming, sound recording, and post-production was done in Chennai.[24]

In 1949, Honnappa Bhagavathar, who had earlier acted in Gubbi Veeranna's films, produced Bhakta Kumbara and starred in the lead role along with Pandaribai. In 1955, Bhagavathar again produced a Kannada film, Mahakavi Kalidasa, in which he introduced actress B. Saroja Devi.[24] B. S. Ranga was an Indian photographer, actor, writer, producer and director made many landmark movies in Kannada, under Vikram Studios.[25]

Matinee idolRajkumar entered Kannada cinema after his long stint as a dramatist with Gubbi Veeranna's Gubbi Drama Company, which he joined at the age of eight, before he got his first break as a lead in the 1954 film Bedara Kannappa.[26]

He went on to essay a variety of roles and excelling in portraying mythological and historical characters in films such as Bhakta Kanakadasa (1960), Ranadheera Kanteerava (1960), Satya Harishchandra (1965), Immadi Pulikeshi (1967), Sri Krishnadevaraya (1970), Bhakta Kumbara (1974), Mayura (1975), Babruvahana (1977) and Bhakta Prahlada (1983). His wife Parvathamma Rajkumar founded Film production and distribution company, Vajreshwari Combines.[26]

Method actor Shankar Nag received the inaugural IFFI Best Actor Award (Male): Silver Peacock Award" at the 7th International Film Festival of India for his work in the film Ondanondu Kaladalli.[27] He is the younger brother of actor Anant Nag.[28][29] M. V. Vasudeva Rao, the first Kannada actor to win National Film Award for Best Actor, was starred in over 200 films in his career; however, post Chomana Dudi, he only played minor roles.[30]

Vishnuvardhan entered Kannada cinema with the National Award-winning movie Vamshavruksha (1972) directed by Girish Karnad based on the novel written by S. L. Bhyrappa. His first lead role was in Naagarahaavu, directed by Puttanna Kanagal and based on a novel by T. R. Subba Rao. It was the first in Kannada film history to complete 100 days in three main theatres of Bangalore. In his 37-year career, he has played a variety of roles in more than 200 films.[31]

With his debut in Puttanna Kanagal's National Award-winning Kannada film Naagarahaavu (1972), Ambareesh's acting career commenced with a brief phase of portraying antagonistic and supporting characters. After establishing himself as a lead actor portraying rebellious characters on screen in a number of commercially successful films, he earned the moniker "rebel star".[32] He also earned the nickname Mandyada Gandu (English: Man of Mandya)[33]

B. Saroja Devi is One of the most successful female leads in the history of Indian cinema, she acted in around 200 films in over six decades.[34][35] She is known by the epithets "Abinaya Saraswathi" (Saraswathi of acting) in Kannada and "Kannadathu Paingili" (Kannada's Parrot) in Tamil.[35]