Mangaluru: Chethan Mundadi's 'Pravesha' has different regional languages

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (AM)

Mangaluru, May 15: National award winning director, 'Madipu' fame Chethan Mundadi's is a special film. The film has use of many regional languages including Beary and Kundapur Kannada.

'Pravesha' revolves around a real incident of cow slaughter that took place in Kundapur. The story and the dialogues are by Chethan himself while Vinu Balanja and Akshay have supported him in building the story.

Pruthvi Ambar and Bindushree are playing the lead roles. Ila Vitla, Chandrahas Ullal, Radhakrishna, Chethan rai Mani and other Tulu actors are part of the film. The same technical team of ‘Madipu’ is part of the movie.

Music by V Manohar, cinematography by Ganesh Hegde and editing by Umram Shrikanth are plus points of the film.

Chethan rose to fame after his debut Tulu movie 'Madipu' bagged national as well as state awards.



Title : Mangaluru: Chethan Mundadi's 'Pravesha' has different regional languages


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