Mangaluru: Speaker U T Khader releases Tulu film ‘Dharma Daiva’ poster

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Jul 4: Under the banner of Dharmadaiva Productions, the poster of the film ‘Dharma Daiva’, produced by Rakesh Bhojaraj Shetty of Biliyur and directed by Nitin Rai Kukkuballi Nulyalu, was released by the Speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly, U T Khader, at the Press Club.

The film delves into the traditions, devotion, and divine worship prevalent in Tulunadu, capturing the profound interest and faith people have in the local deities. Following the success of "Kantara," which highlighted the importance of divine reverence, ‘Dharma Daiva’ aims to reflect the essence of devotion and the significant role of deities in the region. The film is set to be released on July 5.

Speaker U T Khader emphasized the film's relevance, stating, "The story of Tulunadu and its deities is deeply rooted in our beliefs and devotion. ‘Dharma Daiva’ continues the legacy post 'Kantara,' celebrating divine worship and faith. This is a story that families can watch together. Having already seen the teaser, I believe ‘Dharma Daiva’ will resonate with the audience. I encourage everyone to watch the film and support the team."

He also congratulated the film's director, Nitin Rai, and producer, Rakesh Shetty, wishing them success and expressed his intention to watch the film at his earliest convenience.

Others present at the event included Ramesh Rai Kukkuballi, Chetan Rai Mani, Narayana Rai Kukkuballi, Arun Puttur, Sudheer Poojary Kalladka, Ravi Salyan, and Radhesh Rai.




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