Mangaluru: Tulu movie ‘Magane Mahisha’ set to hit screens on April 29

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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Apr 26: Tulu movie ‘Magane Mahisha’ directed by Veerendra Shetty under the banner Veeru Talkies will be released on April 29.

‘Magane Mahisha’ is the second movie of Veerendra Shetty who earlier directed the blockbuster movie ‘Chaali Polilu’ that ran for 511 days at a theatre. Soon after, he made his debut as director and actor in Kannada film 'Savarna Dheerga Sandhi'.

Devadas Kapikad, Aravind Bolar, Naveen D Padil, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor will be playing the lead in the movie.

Apart from directing the movie, Veerendra Shetty has also penned the story and dialogues, screenplay and also produced the movie 'Magane Mahisha' under Veeru Talkies. Manomurthy has composed the music for the movie, sung by Sandesh Neermarga, Prashanth Kankanady and Rakshan Madoor.

The movie will be released at Puttur, Kasargod, Moodbidri, Beltangady, Karkala, Sullia, Mulleriya, Udupi and Surathkal.

The trailer which released a week ago, has received good response.

As many as 100 celebrities have come together for a song which a unique part of the film.

Director Veerendra Shetty, Vijay Kumar Kodialbail, singer Rakshan Madoor, actor Prashanth C K and Prashanth Kankanady were present at the press meet.






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