Goan Konkani song from Rakshith Shetty starrer ‘777 Charlie’ mesmerizes music listeners


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Jan 12: The Goan Konkani song from the Rakshith Shetty starrer ‘777 Charlie’ mesmerizes music listeners.

The Goan Konkani song ‘O Ga’ from the movie ‘777 Charlie’ released recently. Since its release the music lovers are mesmerized for the song. It is rare we can listen to a Konkani song in a Kannada film, the response for the song has been tremendous.

The music has been composed by Nobin Paul and sung by Dhiti S Lotlikar, while lyrics is penned by Sailesh Poi Panandikar.

‘777 Charlie’ movie is directed by Kiran Raj and produced by Rakshith Shetty. ‘777 Charlie’ is an upcoming Indian Kannada-language adventure comedy drama film directed by Kiranraj K. It features Rakshit Shetty, Sangeetha Sringeri and Raj B Shetty in prominent roles.

The plot of ‘777 Charlie’ is said to revolve around the journey of the dog Charlie. The movie is expected to release soon.

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  • Vishwa Nayak, Mangalore/USA

    Tue, Jan 18 2022

    It is a melodious song with nice cinematography in the background, enjoyed the song. Could understand a few words not all. Thanks for publishing. Looking forward to the movie soon.

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