Mangaluru: Muji Marzi releases new Konkani music video


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Mangaluru, Apr 5: Muji Marzi (My Wish) proudly presents a new Konkani song with a fresh concept and screenplay by Rolson Cardoza (Taccode) producer and director 'Q' Films Mangaluru along with brothers in the mix (DI Jason Cardoza and Elson D'Costa) who have contributed in music, vocals and lyrics.

This was a dream project of Rolson, who is indebted to his roommates Jason and Elson without which this song would not have been complete.

Konkani song encapsulates the dramatic plight of an expatriate, in this case, the story of a young Mangalurean boy who chases his Gulf dream for a suitable job. The song shows the essence, survival, lifestyle and the NRI tag of a Mangaluru boy and how he manages to balance his life between the Gulf and his native place to satisfy the needs of everyone.

Muji Marzi has the elements of humour, expectations, reality, dream situation and is packed with 100% entertainment which should not be missed and a must-see video that closely conceptualizes the atmosphere many have been through. The film was supported by 28 actors in Muscat (Oman). Kindly encourage the team by subscribing to Q Films Mangalore - a YouTube channel.

Konkani Music Video - Muji Marzi - Rolson Cardoza & Brosinthemix (Jason Cardoza & Elson D'costa)

  • Produced by: Leo and Stephen Rego (Taccode)
  • Project Manager: Rolson Cardoza (Q Films Mangalore)
  • Music and video editing: DJ Jason Cardoza
  • Screenplay, direction: Rolson Cardoza and Elson D'Costa
  • Videography: Four 30 AM (Kumar)
  • Additional programming: Darrel Mascarenhas
  • Technical Support: Hera Pinto, Errol Andrade, Joel D'Almeida
  • Special thanks to: Joylus D'Souza, Glen Mendes (Taccode)
  • Poster design: Norman Aranha

 

 

 

 

  

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