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Mangaluru: Tulu film ‘Rang Rangda Dibbana’ hits theaters


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (AM)

Mangaluru, Nov 4: Director Krishnaprasad Uppinakote’s Tulu film ‘Rang Rangda Dibbana’ released with a grand inaugural event at Jyoti theatre on Friday, November 3.

The film’s cast and crew and other dignitaries were present for the light lamp ceremony.

Sandalwood’s well-known film production company and distributers, Thoogudeepa Productions, had earlier purchased the distribution rights of the film.

Produced by Sharath Kotian, the film is said to be an entertainer with catchy songs by composer S P Chandrakanth. Popular singers like Javed Ali, Udit Narayan, Karthik, Priya Himesh and Anuradha Bhat have lent their vocals for the songs. Local talents Vinutha, Prathima Bhat and composer SP Chandrakanth himself too have crooned for the album.

Well-known Tulu film personality Vijay Kumar Kodialbail has also lent his voice to a song, besides writing the lyrics for three songs. Saleem Putturu and Sudheer Attavar too have written the lyrics for the songs which are making the right noise in the Tulu music industry presently.

Krishnaprasad Uppinakote has written the screenplay also.

Raviraj Shetty and Samhita Shah form the lead pair of the film. Prashanth Samaga, Swati Bangera, Umesh Mijar, Raghavendra Rai, Dinesh Attavar, Ranjan Boloor, R J Roopesh and Raghu Pandeshwar will also be seen in pivotal roles.


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