Mangaluru: Kannada film from coastal talents ‘D K Bose’ hits screens

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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Mar 15: The much-awaited Kannada movie 'D K Bose' released here at Big Cinemas on Friday, March 15.

Tulu film director Vijay Kumar Kodialbail along with Tulu film producer Rajesh Brahmavar lighted the lamp to mark the release ceremony.

‘D K Bose’ is directed by Sandeep Mahantesh and produced by Santhosh Mahanthesh. The movie, which is said to be a family entertainer, has many of the Coastalwood talents like Pruthvi Ambar, Risha Nijagun, Bhoajraj Vamanjoor, Shobraj Pavoor, Raghu Pandeshwar and Timmappa Kulal playing pivotal roles.

Mangaluru's young music director Dolwin Kolalgiri has composed background score for the film. Popular Kannada singers Gurukiran and Sanjith have rendered their voice for the songs. The lyrics of the songs are by another Mangalurean Arjun Lewis and Keerthan Bhandary. The camera work is handled by Uday Ballalbagh.

Song recording, mixing, mastering, and dubbing of the film was done at Daijiworld Audio Visuals Pvt Ltd.


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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Fri, Mar 15 2019

    In recent years many of Kannada movies produced in and by local artists of Dakshina Kannada are making waves and are super hits. Congratulations to local talents. Now Dakshina Kannada is becoming famous for good movies in Tulu and Kannada like our other local specialities.

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