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Kuwait, Apr 23: After the grand success of the ‘Family Picnic,’ Tulu Koota Kuwait, stages the much-awaited musical extravaganza ‘Rasamanjari-2007,’ on Friday, May 18, 2007 at 4.30 pm at Masrah Hawally Auditorium, Hawally.

Renowned cine playback singer from Mangalore, Rameshchandra, who has sung for around 90 feature films and has won twice the Karnataka State Award for playback singing and has sung 600 songs in Kannada, Tulu, Konkani, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and Kodava audio cassette will perform for the event.

Rameshchandra with his mesmerizing voice will perform along with TKK artists. Kishore Kumar, popular ventriloquist from Udupi will compere the programme.

Scintillating filmy and folk dances, hilarious jokes and much more will be a part of the entertainment performed by renowned artists setting the spirit soaring.

Entry passes are available at the following places:

Hawally at Shetty Grocery- 2640860 / 2662056 / 2639607
Fahaheel / Mangaf:  6526088 / 6477585 / 9558231
Abu Haslifa: Rheem Riqqa- 3726331
Salmiya: Sanbouk Super Market- 5644961 and M & M Confectionery – 5619946
Kuwait City: Oriental Restaurant 2456553
Farwaniya: 6643790 / 7155058
Abbasiya: Tip Top Cateres – 4347264 / 7855156, Choice Center - 4317012 and Shahi Tandori - 4311914.

Free transportation will be provided from Abbasiya, Farwaniya, Fahaheel, Mangaf and Amgara.


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