Mangaluru: 'Dabak Daba Aisa' to be released in Mumbai, Pune

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, March 16: 'Dabak Daba Aisa', Tulu film produced and directed by Prakash Pandeshwar under Jayakirana Films banner will be screened in Mumbai and Pune from March 17 to March 23.

The film stars Devadas Kapikad, Navin D Padil, Arvind Bolar, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor, Sundara Rai Mandara, Laxman Kumar Mallooru, Sarojini Shetty, Sheethal Nayak, Ravi Surathkal, Umesh Mijar and Prasanna Shetty.

Cinematography is by Utpal Nayanar. Rajesh Mangaluru has composed music. Shashiraj Kavooru has written the dialogues for the film. It has script by Kadri Navaneet Shetty, Veerendra Shetty, Devadas Kapikad and Shashiraj Kavooru. Navin D Padil while entertaining the audience with his powerful acting has also made them cry. Prakash Pandeshwara earlier said that Padil's acting has received wide appreciation. The film 'Dabak Daba Aisa' will be screened in Mulund and Panvel in Mumbai and Nithish Hub in Pune.

The acting and dialogues of Padil in the climax scene in the jail is amazing. The scene where he is delivering his dialogues even after being hit and unable to walk shows that only Padil can be compared to Padil. His contemplation in acting can be seen when he says “Mata ayini ei kakajird. Ninna kai patted ninnottige badekod panded eniditthe” and “Bokka nikk encha gothapini papa” which means “everything happened due to this letter. I had dreams of living with you holding your hand” and “how unfair it is to expect you to know”.


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