Magic Ajji

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Magic Ajji
Directed by Dinesh Baboo
Produced by Subba Raju
Screenplay by Dinesh Baboo
Starring
Music by Adhi[1]
Cinematography Dinesh Baboo
Production
company
Rajassu Combines
Release date
2005
Running time
2 hours 29 minutes
Country India
Language Kannada

Magic Ajji (English: Magic Grandma) is a 2005 Kannada fantasy film directed by Dinesh Baboo. It was the first digital film shot in high-definition in Kannada, and the second to be released. The first being Baboo's 2004 Kanakambari.[2] Magic Ajji stars Kushboo as Queen Rajeshwari Devi, the grandmother and ghost, Master Tejas (Thejas Kesari) as grandson Arjun, and Sudha Rani as Arjun's mother Nirmala Devi. Other characters are played by Ramesh Bhat, Mandya Ramesh, Chi. Guru Dutt, Chitra Shenoy, Shivaram, Pruthviraj and Karibasavaiah. Ganesh plays a cameo. The movie won critical acclaim for its family entertainment quotient, unprecedented use of special effects and animation, and for the performances on Kushboo and Thejas Kesari.[3][4]

Plot

Magic Ajji deals with a royal family under Queen Rajeshwari Devi (Kushboo). One of the sons in the family marries a woman belonging to a lower caste (Sudha Rani), and is disowned by the family. After his premature death, the other family members keep the wife and the son Arjun (Thejas) away from the palace. The queen dies on the night of her 100th birthday. She then comes back in the form of a friendly ghost to help Arjun and his mother claim their rightful place in the palace. This is the tale of an old woman who controls the affairs of a royal palace who is visible to her grandson after her death and helps him in his distress.

Cast

See also

References

  1. ^ https://mio.to/album/Magic+Ajji+%282005%29
  2. ^ http://www.sify.com/movies/magic-ajji-review-kannada-pclvKrcjhghij.html
  3. ^ "Magic Ajji review. Magic Ajji Kannada movie review, story, rating - IndiaGlitz.com". IndiaGlitz. Retrieved 2017-01-05.
  4. ^ https://www.rediff.com/movies/2005/jun/27magic.htm
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