Konkani dance music video ‘Aasha’ ready for release

Daijiworld Media Network- Mangaluru (SJM)

Mangaluru, Sep 15: The highly-anticipated Konkani dance music video ‘Aasha’, directed by Shruthin S Shetty, starring Gagan Devadiga and Anusha Jostna Monteiro in the lead roles, will be released on October 7.

The music video is produced by Jostin D'Sa and Leo Anup Monteiro under Just Roll Films banner, evocative lyrics penned by Llyod Rego. The song has been skilfully produced and sung by Anitha D’Souza and music composed by Roshan D’Souza, Angelore. The mixing and the mastering of the song is handled by Nithin Koottungal.

The creative vision for 'Aasha' is brought to life by directors Shruthin Shetty and Vignesh Kulal with the DOP roles expertly handled by Prajwal Suvarna and Vikas Kunder. Paresh Salian has handled the choreography with Hithesh Amin as the assistant choreographer and daring stunts are directed by Irfan and Thousi.

The poster is designed by Pawan Acharya Boloor. Stills have been captured by Manjunath G, art by Suraj Poojary and the makeup is handled by CK Makeover.

Reshma D’Sa is handling the marketing of the video song.

The dance crew includes Vinayak, Jithin, Anush, Hithesh, Preethesh, Likith, Vivek, Swaraj Kunder, Rakshith and Bhavish.




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