Mangaluru: ‘Illokkel’ – Coastalwood’s big budget Tulu film


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (AM)

Mangaluru, Aug 16: Tulu film ‘Illokkel’ is said to be one of the costliest films of Coastalwood. ‘Illokkel’ is produced using 5D technology in Tulu film industry for the first time. The technology has binaural recording. All the songs in the film are recorded in Chennai.

The title song of Tulu film ‘Illokkel’ directed by Dr Suresh S Kotian and produced by Vasudev S Chitrapu and D M Shetty, will be sung by well-known singer and music director Raghu Dixit.

The film is expected to release very soon.

‘Tequila’ and ‘Urug rang korpi chakora’ songs of 'Illokkel' were released in December last year at beach festival at Panamboor. The two songs have been liked by music lovers.

Well known singers of Kollywood, Tipu, Maim Ramadas, Dr Suresh S Kotian Chitrapu and Rakshita have sung the songs to the music composed by Raj Shah. Suresh Vinyas has provided background music.

Naveen D Padil, Aravind Bolar, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor, Adwithi Shetty, Niriksha Shetty, Bhavya Gowda, Vismaya Vinayak, VJ Vineet, Chandrakala Mohan, Seetaram Kateel and others are in the cast. Kuriband Ranga can be seen in unique act.

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