Mangaluru: Tulu film 'Chapter' grand audio launch on Mar 5

Daijiworld Media Network- Mangaluru (ANK/AM)

Mangaluru, Feb 28: The much awaited audio release of upcoming coastalwood movie 'Chapter' will be held at Forum Fiza Mall on March 5 in the city.

'Chapter', starring Ashtik Shetty, Sanjana Naidu and Aishwarya Hegde has been directed by Mohan Bhatkal and produced by LV Production. The film also stars Aravind Bolar and Gopinath Bhat. Kannada serial Ashwini Nakshatra fame Sunil will play a negative character in the film.

Mohan who has worked as the assistant director of sandalwood hits like Gaja, Brindavana and Power, will be making his debut as a director in coastalwood cinema. 'Chapter' is said to be a complete entertainer. The post-production work of the film is almost complete. The film has been shot across Mangaluru, Bengaluru, Udupi, Kundapur and Agumbe in a 33-day schedule.

The four songs in the film along with an item number have been composed by Surendranath. He is known for a few movies in Kannada including 'Kinare' and 'Yenendu Hesaridali'. 'Chapter' is expected to be released in April.

Speaking to, director Mohan said, "It is a great privilege to direct a Tulu film. 'Chapter' has all the required elements in it to make it a complete entertainer. Surendranath has done a stupendous job with the music. The film is technically strong. Thanks to the producer, we were able to wrap up the shooting in quick time".


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