‘Helalaagada Maatu’ Kannada musical short cinema to release soon on YouTube

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, May 14: Kudla Campaign Films Productions, in association with RVN Studio, is proud to announce their upcoming venture, ‘Helalaagada Maatu’, a Kannada musical short cinema. The film is written and directed by Arvin Lobo, who also serves as the producer and editor, showcasing his multifaceted talents. With music composed by Shridhar Karkera, captivating cinematography by Daniel Jaison, and stunning DI-VFX work by Prajwal Suvarna, this project promises to be a visual and auditory treat.

The film stars Rencita D’Souza and Raison Crasta in lead roles, promising powerful performances that will resonate with audiences. Arvin Lobo helms the project as both the writer and director, showcasing his creative vision and storytelling prowess. Additionally, Norbert John serves as the executive producer, while Prem Bantwal and Jeevan take on the roles of assistant directors.

The excitement for ‘Helalaagada Maatu’ was palpable as the first look poster was unveiled at Bharath Cinemas on May 11. The event was graced by the presence of the esteemed team behind the Tulu movie ‘Gabbar Singh’, including lead actor Sharan Shetty and official promoter Zaheer Ahmed, along with Sushan S. Their support and endorsement add to the anticipation surrounding the film's release.

‘Helalaagada Maatu’ is set to premiere soon on the Kudla Campaign Films YouTube channel.





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