Mangaluru: Konkani-Kannada bilingual movie 'The Vacant House' to hit screens on Nov 17

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Mangaluru, Nov 17: Award winning actress Ester Noronha is ready to showcase her talent not only as an actress but she has donned many hats for her latest Kannada-Konkani bilingual movie, "The Vacant House."

Besides acting, she has also debuted as a director with this venture and has composed music, written lyrics and crooned songs. She also has written the screenplay and the dialogues. Made under the banner of Janet Noronha Productions, its produced by Janet Noronha, this being their third production.

Earlier they had produced the Konkani film Sophia, which was a box office success and won the State Award and also Best Actress Award. Their next production was a Konkani-Marathi bilingual Kantaar co-starring Jackie Shroff. Ester had started her career by getting acting training from Anupam Kher and dance by Saroj Khan. She has acted in a couple of films in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada and Konkani. Ester’s other prominent Kannada films include Navika, Athiratha, Nugge Kayee, Lanke, Local Train, DNA,Shakeela and Inamdaar.

The Vacant House is a mystical musical romantic thriller. Sandeep Malani plays a crucial role in the film.

It is slated for release in Kannada all over Karnataka on November 17.




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