Maurya (film)

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Film poster
Directed byS. Narayan
Written byPuri Jagannadh
Based onAmma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi
by Puri Jagannadh
Produced byRockline Venkatesh
StarringPuneeth Rajkumar
Meera Jasmine
CinematographyP. K. H. Das
Edited byP. R. Sounder Raj
Music byGurukiran
Distributed byRockline Productions
Release date
  • 22 October 2004 (2004-10-22)
Running time
162 minutes

Maurya is a 2004 Kannada language sports drama film directed by S. Narayan. The film starred Puneeth Rajkumar and Meera Jasmine in lead roles. It was Meera Jasmine's first Kannada film. The film is a remake of the 2003 Telugu film Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi. This film is produced by Rockline Venkatesh.


Manu's entire life is about his mother, Meena, a college lecturer. They together live in Banglore. When Manu was a little boy, Meena separated from her husband, Prathap, who is his father. Manu is a passionate and great kick-boxer. Manu later meets Alamelu (Meera Jasmine) aka Andra, a Telugu girl from Andhra and starts to fall in love with her. Manu's happy life is suddenly jolted when his mother dies of a heart attack. On her deathbed, she tells him to go and meet Prathap, who is a kickboxing champion that won the championship six times in a row. Manu goes to Prathap.

When Manu meets his father but sees that he has another wife and a daughter named. He sees that he's happily settled with them and gets angry. He also gets a job as a janitor and juice provider at his father's kickboxing academy. Anand is Prathap's best student, and he is sure that Anand will win the championship. Later, Manu finds out that Anand makes his step sister pregnant and then abandons her. Anand also abandons Prathap by getting another master and other sponsors. Prathap is attacked by several of Anand's sponsors, and Manu later beats them up, making Prathap find out that Manu is a great kick-boxer. Prathap also finds out that Manu was also participating in the kick-boxing championship. The rest of the story is about how Prathap trains Manu and wins the championship.


  • Puneeth Rajkumar as Manu
  • Meera Jasmine as Alamelu
  • Roja as Meena
  • Devaraj as Prathap
  • Rekha Kumar
  • Komal
  • Doddanna
  • Mandya Jayaram
  • Shobaraj
  • Jaidev as Anand
  • Maithreyi Karthik
  • Vijaya Sarathi
  • Sundar Raj
  • Ashok
  • Jayalakshmi
  • Kote Prabhakar
  • Mukyamanthri chandru
  • Yathi raj
  • Aiyappa M.M
  • V. K. Mohan
  • Bank suresh
  • Bhanu Prakash
  • Sridhar Raj
  • Venkatesh Prasad



Soundtrack album by
Released15 June 2007
GenreFeature film soundtrack
External audio
audio icon Official Audio Jukebox on YouTube

The music of the film was composed by Gurukiran.

Track list
1."Amma Amma I Love You"S. NarayanShaan4:14
2."Haadali Karunaadali"V. ManoharUdit Narayan, Lakshmi Nataraj4:04
3."Machchalli Kochodalli"UpendraPuneeth Rajkumar4:29
4."Pilla Pilla"S. NarayanUdit Narayan, K. S. Chitra3:49
5."Simplallagi Helteen Kele"S. NarayanPuneeth Rajkumar3:57
6."Usiraguve Hasiraguve"K. KalyanSrinivas, Shreya Ghoshal4:22

Box office[]

  • The film successfully ran for 100 days in 16 centers of Karnataka and was the 4th continuous 100 days for Power Star.


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