Mangaluru: Mogachi Lahran's maiden Tulu video song ‘Amma’ released


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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Apr 19: A new Tulu video song ‘Amma’ featuring Divya Fernandes and Judith D’Souza and presented by Navil Pinto, was released at Cascia church hall, on April 18.

The song is written and composed by Vincent Fernandes Cascia and produced by Mogachi Lahran Production which marks its entry into Tulu language. Thelma D’Souza has rendered the song.

Deepak Rai Panaje, Roshan Kamath, Stany Machado, Ronald Machado and Deepak Fernandes are also part of the video as supporting actors. Roy Dubai has arranged the music for the song. Amar and Shashi have worked behind the project as cameramen. The entire direction and editing part of the song is done by Vincent Fernandes Cascia.

J R Lobo, former MLA, Walter Nandalike, founder, Daijiworld Media Group, Vijaya Kumar Kodialbail, drama director, Fr Eric Crasta, parish priest, St Rita Church, Cascia, Keshav Bhat and Edwin D’Souza were present as chief guests for the event.

Releasing the song, J R Lobo said, “Vincent and his team have brought out a very beautiful song which explains mother’s love. We all have experienced the importance of the word ‘Amma’ in our life. Everyone has thousands of stories of their mother and her sacrifices in their life. Everyone has great feelings about their mother. Vincent has tried to express those feelings in his song ‘Amma’. I congratulate him and his team for a soothing and visually rich song.”

Wishing Vincent and his team, Walter Nandalike said, “Vincent always keeps himself engaged with various activities. He never takes a break from creative works and projects. Now he is here with another project which is made around the concept of mother. I heard the song and it touched me in many ways. I appreciate the artistes who have featured in the video. They have successfully reflected the essence of the song through their acting. This song should reach more people and become the talk of the town. I congratulate Vincent and his team and wish all success for their future projects.”

Fr Eric said, “The team Mogachi Lahran, under the leadership of Vincent, have done a tremendous job in Konkani. Now, for the first time, they have come out with a project in Tulu. Vincent has chosen a very good concept for his song. Nowadays, it is common, where parents are sent to old age homes. Children forget their sacrifice and love in life. ‘Amma’ will open the eyes of those people who are still rude to their parents. I congratulate Vincent and his team for a wonderful concept.”

After watching the video, Vijay Kumar Kodialbail said, “There are three types of children in the world. The first one, who has not bothered about parents the entire life, the second one remembers parents after their death only and the third type, who loves and takes care of parents when they are alive. We can add Vincent in the third category. He himself loves his mother and takes care of her with foremost importance. I appreciate his first attempt in Tulu and waiting for many more.”

Vincent Fernandes welcomed the dignitaries, and gifted mementos as a token of love. Judith D’Souza rendered the vote of thanks. Chetan Shetty compered the event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • DENZIL FERNANDES, MANGALORE

    Mon, Apr 19 2021

    Vincent Fernandes of Mogachi Lahran has been an enterprising musical artist trying his hand in different ways to entertain the public. I have known and watched him keenly and liked his great efforts in the field of music. Moving from konkani to tulu is yet another innovative step by Vincent which I hope will bring him more recognition. Vincent is naturally gifted and has tried his best to shine in the field of music. Congrats to you Vincent and may you shine further. DENZIL FERNANDES

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