Bengaluru: RKCWA hosts screening of Konkani movie ‘Nirmillem Nirmonem'

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Bangaluru, Nov 8: The Rajajinagar Konkani Catholic Welfare Association (RKCWA) recently organized a successful special screening of the highly acclaimed Konkani movie 'Nirmillem Nirmonem' at Govardhan Theatre on November 4.

The event commenced with a warm welcome extended to the distinguished chief guests for the evening, Seema Buthello, Ronnie Fernandes, and Charles Gomes, all of whom played pivotal roles in the film. The evening began with a small stage event during which the Rajajinagar Association honored and recognized the well-wishers of this movie.

Ronnie Fernandes took the stage to urge all Konkani enthusiasts to continually promote the Konkani language and its cinema. He expressed heartfelt gratitude to Alwin, Dolfy, Derick, Godwin and all the dedicated association members for their initiative in bringing this Konkani movie to the screens of Bangaluru. Seema Buthello, the female lead of the movie, extended her thanks to RKCWA and called on everyone to support upcoming Konkani films. Charles Gomes shed light on the challenges of creating Konkani cinema and underscored the importance of supporting Konkani films driven by a deep love for the language.

Alwin Saldanha, the president of RKCWA, conveyed his gratitude on behalf of the association by presenting roses as tokens of appreciation to all the well-wishers. He emphasized the purpose of screening this movie is charity purpose to help old age and underprivileged individuals, on behalf of RKCWA. He expressed heartfelt thanks to Dolfy D’Cunha for his tireless efforts and special support in bringing this film to the audience. Saldanha also acknowledged the unwavering support from volunteers and all the attendees, including numerous Konkani movie lovers who turned out in large numbers. The event was eloquently compared by Dr Maria Pramila D’Souza.

The special screening drew Konkani families from various associations across Bangaluru, all of whom shared positive reviews of the movie. RKCWA thoughtfully arranged for snacks and refreshments for all the attendees, leaving everyone content. This event marked a significant milestone as it brought a high-quality Konkani movie to the screens of Bangaluru, filling a long-existing gap. Attendees expressed their heartfelt appreciation to RKCWA for spearheading this special initiative.




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