Byari movie 'Musafir' conferred with Nandi Film award

Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Dec 10: Musafir, a Byari language film produed by Abdul Shakeel under Shacks Enterprises banner has won Karnataka Nandi Film – 2023 award.

In the award presentation programme that was held recently at the Orion Mall in Bengaluru, actor and director Rishab Shetty conferred the award on director Ambalike Ravi, on behalf of lead actor Mohammed Baddoor and journalist Hamza Malar, who wrote the lyrics for the movie.

Litterateur Mohammed Baddur, who acted in Musafir, based on ‘Sufi Byariya Zakaath Yathre’ story written by Hamza Malaar was the lead actor in the Byari movie Abba also.

In this programme that was organized to encourage regional language movies like Tulu, Byari, Konkani, Kodava and Banjara, actors Ravichandran, Vinod Raj, Srinath, Dhruva Sarja, Uma Shree, Anu Prabhakar, Vashista Simha, Anirudda, Prema, Haripriya, Ullas and former president of Karnataka Chamber of Film and Commerce B M Harish, producer Nandalike Nityananda Prabhu, Padmavati Chandrashekhar, Anita Reddy, B M Girish, Harshita Nandita and Ashok were present.




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  • nazeer, mangaluru

    Mon, Dec 11 2023

    Congrats... You are really appreciable on being awarded. Proud of your achievements & effort in this field.. I wish you a better future...

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