Bahrain: Its curtains for 'Kudlotsava 2023' on Dec 8 at Gulf Air Club ground, Salmabad

Daijiworld Media Network - Bahrain

Bahrain, Dec 7: 'Kudlotsava 2023', organised under the leadership of Anand Lobo, which had non-stop weekend events like sports, dance and other entertainment, will draw a curtain on December 8 at 5:30 pm at Gulf Air Club open ground  Salmabad, Bahrain. The audiences from across Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, India, UAE and other parts of the world will arrive at the venue to witness the historic event.

Dr Ronald Coloco, well-known entrepreneur and philanthropist is the patron of Kudlostava- 2023.

Ronald Pinto, a well-known entrepreneur from UAE will grace the event as chief guest. Umanath Kotian, MLA, Moodbidri constituency, K G Baburaj, chairman and GM of BKG Holding SPC, B.M Farooq, MLC, Abdul Majeed Badruddin, CEO, UIC will attend the event as guest of honours.

Private Challenge fame Aravind Bolar and Walter Nandalike's comedy scoops will be the special attraction of the event. Singers from Mangaluru - Prakash Mahadevan and Roopa Prakash will also participate in Kudlostava with popular Tulu and Kannada melodies.  

The spectacular event will also be filled with loads of entertainment including traditional 'Pilivesha' (Tiger dance), Bollywood dances, comedy, and Tulu, Konkani, Kannada and Hindi songs.






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