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Top 10 Kannada Comedy Movies Till 2024


"Nodi Swamy Navirodu Heege": Embark on a laughter-filled journey with Shankarb Nag's 1983 masterpiece, weaving a delightful tale of romance and camaraderie amidst the trio of Shankar Nag, Ramesh Bhat, and Arundathi Nag, alongside the young talent of Master Manjunath and seasoned performances by Uday Kumar and C H Lokanath.

"Ulta Palta": Lose yourself in the intriguing narrative of lost twins, as two sets of identical siblings unknowingly traverse parallel lives until fate intertwines their paths in a town bustling with secrets and surprises.

"Mata": Guruprasad's 2006 creation unfolds the comic chaos as a group of unemployed youths vie for the prestigious position of monastery head, with stellar performances by Jaggesh, R N Sudarshan, Mandya Ramesh, and a supporting cast led by Asif Farooq and Tabla Nani.
"Bangaarada Panjara": V Somashekhar's 1974 gem delves into the struggles of a rustic soul thrust into the complexities of urban life, featuring the legendary Dr. Rajkumar alongside T N Balakrishna, Aarathi, M V Rajamma, K S Ashwath, and Pandari Bai, blending family drama with timeless comedy.

"Pushpaka Vimana": Enter the enchanting world of Singeetham Srinivasa Rao's 1987 silent marvel, where the fate of an impoverished youth, portrayed by Kamal Haasan, takes a whimsical turn upon encountering a drunken millionaire, with stellar support from Amala, Tinu Anand, and a talented ensemble cast.

"Ganeshana Maduve": Phani Ramachandra's 1990 creation spins a tale of wit and love, as Ananth Nag's clever protagonist navigates through a web of deception with his soon-to-be wife, played by Vinaya Prasad, in this delightful blend of family dynamics and comedic flair.

"Halli Meshtru": Mohan-Manju's 1992 venture unveils the tumultuous journey of a widowed village schoolmaster, portrayed by V Ravichandran, as he unwittingly weds the daughter of the village chairman, leading to a rollercoaster ride of drama and humor, supported by a stellar cast including Farheen, Silk Smitha, and Thara.

"Sriramachandra": D Rajendra Babu's 1992 spectacle unfolds a gripping tale of vengeance as V Ravichandran's character seeks retribution for his twin brother's murder, blending drama and comedy in a riveting narrative supported by Mohini, Srinath, and Sumithra.

"Rama Shama Bhama": Ramesh Aravind's 2005 masterpiece captures the essence of comedy and drama, featuring stellar performances by Kamal Haasan, Ramesh Aravind, Urvashi, Shruti, Daisy Bopanna, and Dattatreya, in a captivating portrayal of human relationships and quirks.
"Masth Maja Maadi": R Anantha Raju's 2008 offering promises a riot of laughter and entertainment, inviting audiences on a joyous ride filled with laughter, love, and unforgettable moments.