Lyrical video of song from Kannada movie 'Kanasu Maratakidhe' released


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Mangaluru, Oct 1: The song 'Kanasa Benneri' sung by music composer and singer Vijay Prakash, released by popular lyricist in the Kannada film industry V Nagendra Prasad on Bodhi Media Youtube Channel.

‘Kanasu Maratakkidhe’ is directed by Smithesh Baarya. Many Coastalwood talents are seen in this movie. ‘Comedy Khiladigalu’ fame Aneesh Poojary has written the dialogues. The film was shot in a 35-day schedule.

The teaser of Kannada film ‘Kanasu Maaratakkidhe’ was released by the Kannada film industry’s popular director Jogi Prem. The teaser released was in Bodhi Media channel,

Prajnesh Shetty, Swastika Poojary, Navya Poojary, K S Sridhar, Chidambara, Dheeraj, Rudresh Shenoy, Mohan Shenoy, Surya Kundapur and Dikshit Poojary are in the main cast.

Filmgoers are excited and curious to know the content of the movie after watching the teaser filled with romance, suspense and thriller. There was an amazing response from the audience on social media for the teaser.

Kannada film 'Kanasu Maratakkidhe' will be releasing on January 15, 2020 worldwide on Talkies App an OTT Platform, Online book of tickets for the movie can be done at https://kanasumaratakkide.com.



  

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