Mangaluru: ‘Ashem Zalem Kashem’ Konkani-Tulu movie to hit screens on April 21


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Apr 2: The first ever Konkani-Tulu movie ‘Ashem Zalem Kashem’, produced under Glorious Angelore banner will hit the screens on April 21.

The film has just received the censor certificate. The movie will be released throughout Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts including in Suchithra in Mangaluru.

The trailer of the movie which released in February created a lot of hype in Coastalwood. Well known musician Maxim Pereira has directed the movie along with writing the story. Dialogues have been written by John Permannur while William Pinto Padarangi has written the comedy part of the screenplay.

Roopesh Shetty, Sinol Menezes, Ranjitha Louis and Jennifer Fernandes play the lead roles in the film. Nikith, Rohan, Umesh Mijar, Aravind Bolar, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor, Gopinath Bhat, William Pinto Padarangi and Clenvin D'Souza play prominent roles in the film.

Kishore Moodbidri is the associate director, and Satwik Hebbar and Sandeep are the assistant directors of this path-breaking venture.

Patson Pereira has composed the music for ‘Ashem Zalem Kashem’. Maxim Pereira, Wilson Kateel and Joy Kulshekar have penned the lyrics. Roopesh Calicut and Uday Ballal have handled the cinematography.

The post production of the movie was done at Daijiworld Audio-Visual studio.

Daijiworld.com is the official media partner of the movie.

  

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