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Dabak Dabaa Aisa' to release on Aug 5

Published On : 14 Jul 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: The tea, of Coastalwood' industry hit 'Chali Polilu' is back with another film 'Dabak Dabaa Aisa'. The comedy film starring Devadas Kapikad, Navin D Padil, Arvind Bolar, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor, Sundara Rai Mandara and Sheetal in lead roles is all set to release on August 5.

 

Coastalwood is going through bad phase with none of the films performing well this year. 'Dabak Dabaa Aisa' is one of the few films which has released it's release date few months setting new trend in Coastalwood. It is a very good move as the film team got huge publicity.

Produced under the banner of Jaya Kirana Films, the movie is the maiden directorial venture of Prakash Pandeshwar. There are four songs in the film which has been composed by Rajesh M Mangaluru.

Shashiraj Kavoor has written the dialogue for the film. Photography is by Nayanar and art by Tamma Nayanar.

Madhu Surathkal is the technical director and Shashiraj Kavooru is the creative director. The film has been produced at a cost of Rs 60 lac and shot at a stretch for 21 days in Suratkal, Bondel and Shakthinagar.







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