Mangaluru: ‘Savarna Dheerga Sandhi’ to release on Oct 18

Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Oct 9: Tulu speaking people were eager to know the release of next film of Veerendra Shetty who was instrumental for the success of ‘Chaali Polilu’ Tulu film which ran for 511 days. Having gone to Sandalwood from Coastalwood, Kavoor resident Veerendra Shetty is getting ready not only as the director but also the actor in Kannada film.

The film ‘Savarna Dheerga Sandhi’ which is surprising by its name is ready for release all over Karnataka. The film will be released all over Karnataka including the coast on October 18.

Veerendra Shetty will be seen with a beautiful actress by the name ‘Krishna’ in the film. Journalist Ajith Hanumakkanavar will be seen as a police officer. There are seven songs in the film. Popular music director Manomoorthy is the music director. Veteran lyricist Jayanth Kaikini has written the script.

The film that is making noise through its trailer and songs is becoming popular by its songs. The songs were released by director Yogaraj Bhat and Jayanth Kaikini.

The film is a combination of rowdyism and comedy. The hero is a rowdy. The connection between Kannada grammar and rowdy is the highlight of the film. The film is produced by Veerendra Shetty, Manomoorthy, Thomas and Hemanth Kumar. The film is shot in Anekal, Moodigere, Devarayanadurga and Jigani. “I got the story when I was looking for something new. As the story is unique, the songs also are unique. You are sure to love the songs,” said Veerendra Shetty.

Photography is by Malayalam film ‘Ustad Hotel’ fame Lokanathan Srinivas. Surendra Bantwal, Padmaja Rao, Ravi Bhat and Niranjan Deshpande are in the cast.



Title : Mangaluru: ‘Savarna Dheerga Sandhi’ to release on Oct 18


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