Mangaluru: Teaser of Konkani short film 'Kombyat' receives huge response

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Apr 18: 'Kombyat' (cock fight), a short film by Rawcut Studios is all set to hit screens. The teaser of the film was released on the Youtube Channel of Sahakar Films on Sunday April 17. It has been lauded by the viewers for its uniqueness and professionalism.

Young talented Danel Jaison has directed the short film along with handling the story and cinematography. Nellu Permannur has written the screenplay and dialogues for 'Kombyat'. Arun D'Souza is the producer of the project.

The story of 'Kombyat' deals with two friends and a small incident that happens between them. The movie is shot at Ullal and its surroundings. The unique and own dialect of Konkani which largely spoken in the extreme southern parts of coastal Karnataka is the dialect in the film.

Along with Nellu Permannur, known comedians Alwyn Veigas, Maria D'Souza, Raveen Martis and Sunil Crasta, the known face of Konkani serials, have acted in 'Kombyat'. Vanil Veigas who rendered music for many movies is also a part of 'Kombyat' as a music director. Keerthan Kottary has handled the editing part while Amar Veigas has captured the scenes using drones. Devi Prasad, Shaun D'Souza and Callen D Souza are a part of the production.

Watch teaser:




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