Mangaluru: Kannada Album song 'Om Sai Ram' official poster released, launch date announced


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Mangaluru, Mar 10: Official poster of 'Om Sai Ram' album, a Kannada album song written and directed by Prajwal Karpe was released. Prajwal Karpe has previously written and directed 'Mouna Mathadaga' - a national and international award winning short film. The release date of the album song was announced by well known Tulu industry actor and director legend Telikeda Bolli Ln Devdas Kapikad.

The lead role of the album song has been played by well known multilingual senior actor Dr Kasargod Ashok Kumar and Konkani stage artist M Subramanya Pai. Other characters have been played by Chirag CHK, Anvitha Aravind, Shiral Rai, Prajwal Karpe, Rajesh Shet, and Sathyaprakash Shetty. Master Sarthak Shenoy, Deekshith Shetty, Sai Druthi and Prajwal Kumar Attavar will be seen in guest roles.

The music direction have been done by KGF fame Ravi Basrurs student Kishan Narayan while well known Kannada and Tulu lyricist Suresh RS Balmatta penned the lyrics and Appe teacher Tulu movie fame singer Karunada Gayanarathna Mithunraj Vidyapura sung the song along with ASI Subraya Kalpane and Tanushree. Violin has been played by KGF fame Sreejith Saralaya. The album is set to be released on March 11 at Chilimbi Sai Mandir at 6.00 pm on the occasion of Mahashivaratri.

  

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