Samyuktha is a 1988 Indian Kannada-language thriller film directed by K. N. Chandrashekar Sharma. The story is based on a novel of same name by Kakolu Saroja Rao. The film stars Shiva Rajkumar, Balaraj, Chi Guru Dutt and debutant actress Veena. The film was widely appreciated for its songs and story upon release. The songs composed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao were huge hits. Singeetam also co-wrote the screenplay for this movie. The background score was composed by Shankar–Ganesh.


Three youngsters Shivarajkumar aka Shivu aka Shivanna, Balaraj aka Balu and Gururaj aka Guru arrive in Saligrama to work in a factory owned by Mohan Rao, with the influence of Home Minister. They all stay at Factory Manager Gopal Rao's house after Gopal Rao's insistence. Shivu falls for Devi, Gopal Rao's sister. They travel across the village where they learn about a desolated house, which is haunted by the ghost of Mohan Rao's deceased wife Samyuktha. They decide to investigate, but Devi disagrees with them and reveals that her brother-in-law Sadanand, who is a police inspector went towards the house to investigate, but went missing. Mohan Rao arrives from Delhi and grants them jobs where he also makes them to stay at Samyuktha's house to scare them away from the village as Mohan Rao feels that they are irresponsible persons.