Kannada movie ‘Elladaru Iru Enthadaru Iru’ set for premiere in Bahrain

Daijiworld Media Network – Bahrain (MS)

Bahrain, Oct 19: Kannada movie Elladaru Iru Enthadaru Iru, which is shot completely in the Gulf Island of Bahrain is ready for release.

The movie is produced by Charan Akshay, Kannadiga living in the Island nation. The premiere show of the movie will be held at 2.30 pm on October 27 at the Al Hamra movie theatre at Manama.

The movie revolves around deep friendship and concern for Kannada land and language. In addition to producing the movie, Charan Akshay has played the protagonist. The main cast included Abhishek Kalladka, Sampath Jattanna, Pushparaj Shetty, Vishal Shetty, Kushi, Suhani, Sujaya Lakshmish and Feril Rodrigues. Rest cast includes artistes of the island nation.

The movie is directed by Vinayaka Godsere of Kshamisu Nimma Kateyalli Hanavilla fame. Well known cinematographer Vineet Suvarna has done the cinematography. Editing is done by Rahul of Circus and Girgit fame. Prakash and Kiran Suvarna are the production incharges.

There is a song in the movie which depicts the richness of Kannada language and it is sung by renowned playback singer Keerthan Holla. Music is provided by Rohit Poojary.

This movie has the distinction of being the first movie shot in the island of Bahrain by professional technicians without making any compromise with quality. Already good reviews are being heard about the movie. Actors, singers and music directors of Sandalwood have already wished good luck for the movie.

This movie is going to be premiered in Manama movie theatre which has 435 seats. Most of the tickets are already sold. For more information on the movie, producer Charan Akshay can be contacted on 00973 38006315.





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