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Mangaluru: Sulige Sikkidaaga’s grand premiere in city to be aired on Daijiworld 24x7


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Mangaluru, Oct 13: Sulige Sikkidaaga ‘Be fluid as water....’ a Kannada/Tulu film that has won awards across the globe and carries with it the messages of women empowerment and epilepsy awareness, utilizing a riveting storyline, artistic approach, classical dance, great music and split screen technology has had its successful three episodes aired and has telecasted the Bengaluru premiere.

This week's episode, the final one, highlights the Mangaluru Cinepolis premiere which was a grand successful one.

The highlights of this episode is the hostess Surabhi, on behalf of Daijiworld, interviewing leading lady and producer Kalpana Pandit, actors Vivek Punjabi, Clement Sequeira and Akash Hora, Tulu-Konkani actress Meena Malani, the technicians Santosh Chalwla, Kashish Chawla, Maria Sonali and Silver Malani.

Director Sandeep Malani also expressed his happiness of the grand premiere in his home town, Mangaluru. Reshma Malani also graced the occasion.

The guests at the premiere included music composer Charan Kumar, film directors Dr Richard Castelino, Vijay Kumar Kodialbail, and Santosh Dandakeri amongst others. Reshma Lobo, Charan Suvarna, Cherrie Ash, Mohammed Aashiq, Prema Sequeira, Conrad Dsouza, Anita D’Souza, Dr Edmond Fernandez and many others attended the premiere.

Produced by Kalpana Pandit (House Of Pandit), edited by Santosh Chawla (The Studio Agency) and directed by Sundeep Malani (Malani Talkies), this final part of Sulige Sikkidaaga will be telecast on Sunday, October 15 at 7.30 pm and repeat on Friday, October 20 at 5.30 pm on Daijiworld 24x7 Television.

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