Tulu film ‘Raj Sounds & Light’ releases in Saudi Arabia

Daijiworld Media Network – Jeddah (ANK)

Jeddah, Jun 17: Tulu movie ‘Raj Sounds & Light’ was released in Saudi Arabia on June 10 with a houseful show.

Raj Sounds & Lights has secured a place in people’s heart since its release for the way the storyline has been carried out. It has turned out to be a perfect family entertainer.

The movie has already created milestones before its release with its world premiere in countries like UAE, Zambia, England and many others. 

It is for the first time, Tulu movie is being released in Saudi Arabia, which was premiered in Dammam Cinepolis Lulu mall. The movie was presented by Mangalore Association Saudi Arabia.

During the release at Saudi Arabia, president of Mangalore Association Saudi Arabia, Sathish Kumar Bajal, founder Ravi Karkera, Sadashiva Poojary, Narendra Shetty, Dayanand Shriyan, vice president Gopal Shetty, general secretary Amir Hussain, and Gopal Shetty was present.

The team is planning to screen the movie at Al Jubail, Dammam, Riyadh, Jeddha on July 1.

Raj Sounds & Lights is directed by Rahul Amin, produced by Anand N Kumpala. Vineeth and Yasha are playing lead role in the movie, where Chaithra Shetty, Karishma Amin, Aravind Bolar, Bojraj Vamanjoor, Naveen D Padil, Sathish Bandhale are playing prominent role.




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