Kannada film ‘’Ravike Prasanga’ releases across Karnataka

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Feb 17: Ravike Prasanga film produced under Drishti Media and directed by Santhosh Kodengeri is released in the state on Friday February 16.

The film was released in the coastal region at the same time. It is released at PVR Cinepolis, Bharath Cinemas, Diana Udupi, PVR Inox and Bharath cinemas in Manipal, Bharath cinemas in Kundapur, Cine Galaxy at Surathkal, Bharath cinemas at Padubidri, Bharath cinemas at Puttur, Planet at Karkala, Shankar at Byndoor and Santhosh at Sullia.

The title of the film is appreciated by the audience. Films with different titles are getting released these days. The teaser and the trailer of Ravike Prasanga were commended. The director has tried to send a message filled with comedy to the society with blouse as the subject.

The film is produced under Drishti media. The Ravike song in the film is sung by Chaitra and Chetan Nayak. Manasali Joru, Kalarava song is sung by Manasa Holla and Hasimanasali song is sung by Jogi Sunita. Geeta Bharati Bhat, the heroine, acted well and danced to the tune of the songs. The film is released by Marsh distributors is Karnataka. The film will be distributed abroad as well. The film has a story with incidents that happen in the life of every woman.

Pavana Santhosh has written the story and dialogues for the film. Although thousands of rupees are spent for grand sarees, the blouses are not perfect at times. The changes that take place in the life of the heroine because of the blouse are shown in the film.

The film was shot around Dakshina Kannada district.






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