Mangaluru: Pruthvi Films Production presents new song 'Preethigelli Purnavirama'

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Mangaluru, Apr 16: Pruthvi Films Production presents 'Preethigelli Purnavirama', a new video song that is much-awaited to be heard and viewed. This Kannada music video starring Nikhil Shetty and Rachna Amin is all set to be released on April 22.

The lyrics of the song were penned by Ramesh Ganapayya, and the music was composed by Kishore Kumar Shetty. The song is sung by Aravind Ballari, and the music album is directed by Vinuth N. Shetty. The editing is done by Rahul Vasista.

The musicians are Varun Rao on flute, with mixing and mastering done by Shrikanth Srinivas. The DOP is Prabhu Vivek and Rachin Shetty, and the makeup artist is Shraddha Rai.

The poster and publicity are done by Pawan Kumar. Manthan Shetty is the assistant director, while the production manager is Dr Keerti Sharma.

Nikhil Shetty has acted in Tulu and Kannada short movies and music albums, namely Aparadhi Nanala, and Premachari, Suthaka, and Shuruvaagide. After his screen presence, he is known as a romantic hero. He has many projects in hand and is balancing his career both in the movie field and the work field in Mangaluru.

Rachana Amin, who will be seen as Shravani, is a bunch of talent; she completed her education at Alva's Institute and is currently earning her bread in Bengaluru. She is expected to play more characters in the future and is also a Bharatanatyam dancer.


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