Abbasiya: Billava Chavadi 2023 to be held on September 29

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Abbasiya, Sep 24: Billava Sangha Kuwait (BSK) presents- “Billava Chavadi 2023” will be held on Friday, September 29, at Aspire Indian International School, Abbasiya from 4 pm onwards.

As the main attraction of this programme, the much-awaited Tulu comedy drama "Itte Gottaapuji" will entertain the audience. This drama is directed by Mahesh Poojary Polali and exceptionally written by Vikram Manchi, who has played a very important role in the drama, and also, he will be the guest artist from Mangalore. He surely conspires to keep the audience spellbound.

Sangeetha Saurabha, Karthik Kadekar is an eminent musician involved in stage activities of more than 900 plays, Kannada and Tulu short movies. We are privileged to have him with us, as he comes to Kuwait from Mangalore to take full charge of the drama music.

Along with BSK artists, we have another talented artist who has won the hearts of Kuwait's Tulu drama lovers and who once on stage, makes sure to keep the viewers in splits. She is none other than our very own Lucy Lobo Aranha whom we all call as “Lucy Bai”. Yes she is back in town to entertain the audience.

BSK artists & dancers will be on stage with full force to entertain you and keep you mesmerized in the Drama. It will be a treat for the eye and hence don’t miss the date.

It is an open to all event with free entry. So please Save the date and ensure to come early to book your seats


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