Mangaluru: Title song of Tulu film ‘Pili’ released

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Jan 21: The title song of Tulu film ‘Pili’ produced under the banner of NNM Productions was released earlier this month.

The song is sung by Patla Sathish Shetty and Kalavathi Dayanand, music is composed by Manikanth Kadri and lyrics are penned by K K Pejavar.

Promising young actor Bharath Bhandary has written the story for the film for the first time and has acted as the lead in it. The movie is produced by Athmananda Rai.

Mayur R Shetty, director of Tulu film ‘My name is Annappa’ has shouldered the responsibility of direction and photography of the film. He has made a name as the assistant director, cinematographer and script writer for several Tulu and Kannada films including Ekka Saka, Pilibail Yamunakka and others. The ‘Pili’ film is based on the subject of tiger dance, one of the cultures, celebrations and beliefs of Tulunadu. The tiger dance has its own reputation and history to it. The film has shown the adverse consequences of setbacks to its reputation. It also has family entertainment, comedy, love and affection, melodious songs, stunning daring scenes and suspense that last till the end of the film providing complete entertainment to the audience.

The movie will be released on February 10.






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