Mangaluru: First look of Tulu-Kannada movie Raj Sounds & Lights opens to positive response

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Feb 25: The first look of VJ Vineeth starrer Tulu-Kannada movie ‘Raj Sounds & Lights is out and has already garnered a positive response from the public. The first look of the movie looks promising and colourful.

The makers of 'Ondu Motteya Kathe' are back after three years with a new movie 'Raj Sounds & Lights'. The movie is presented by Vaibhav Flix in association with Mango Pickle Entertainment.

The movie is produced by Anand N, while B Ashok Kumar, Seetharam Shetty, Ajay Baliga, Suhan Prasad, Pawan Kumar, Nithin Raj Shetty and Arpith Adyar are the co-producers.

VJ Vineeth, Karishma Amin and Yasha Ravishankar will be playing the lead roles in the movie. Naveen D Padil, Aravind Bolar, Bojaraj Vamanjoor, Chaithra Shetty, Sathish Bandale, Umesh Mijar, Prasanna Shetty Bailoor, Sandeep Shetty Maanibetttu, Roopa Varkady, Mervin Shirva and Namith Kulur and Ravi Ramkunja will be playing prominent roles in the movie.

Apart from directing, Rahul Amin has also penned the story along with VJ Vineeth.

The movie has been captured by Paddayi fame Prasad P and assisted by Jacob Johnson. The dialogue has been written by Girgit fame Prasanna Shetty Bailoor.

The songs for the movie have been composed by Srujan Kumar Tonse and edited by Plangle studio. The stunts in the movie have been performed by Chethan D'Souza and the choreography is by Naveen Shetty Aryans.

Speaking to Daijiworld, VJ Vineeth said, "I play a character named Rishi who is a happy-go-lucky person loved by all. The movie has scope for a commercial kind of hero. The movie is a complete family entertainer. The comic elements in the movie are fresh. The screenplay, story and dialogue have been tailored just for the Tulu audience. The audience can expect high standards of a Tulu movie through Raj Sounds and light. The songs are colourful, emotional and every frame of the movie is completely organized," says Vineeth.

"The story of Raj Sounds & Lights popped up six months ago. When I go to host any program I notice the sounds, lights and vibes of the program, from there came the story of Raj Sounds & Lights. I worked on the script so that it connects it with the Tulu audience," said Vineeth.

VJ Vineeth who also wrote the screenplay for Girgit and now for Raj Sounds & Lights said, "Roopesh and I share a good rapport and I hope to work with him again. I want Raj Sounds & Lights to be a blockbuster like Girgit. Penning down the screenplay for Girgit helped me a lot in this movie, as I am aware of the format, how the screenplay should be written."

When asked about pressure regarding audience expectations from Raj Sounds & Lights, V J Vineeth said, "I am scared of how the audience will take it. We as a team are connected, if this movie is a hit, the credit must go to the entire team. Every element in this movie will be showcased on the screen like the artwork, where the producer has invested a lot."

"Raj Sounds & Lights is expected to release in the month of August. We are working accordingly for the August release. We hope that audience will take the Tulu film industry to next level. Raj Sounds & Lights will release in Kannada and Tulu simultaneously. We as the makers of Ondu Motteya Kathe will keep that standard higher with Raj Sounds & Lights," said Vineeth.  




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