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Nirrutara audio was released in a grand event yesterday(June 1) night. The actor/minister Rebel Star Ambarish released the audio in the presence of Sandalwood celebrities Challenging Star Darshan, Kodlu Ramakrishna, Deadly Aditya and others.
The movie has Bollywood actor Rahul Bose, Kiran Srinivas, Bhavana and Aindritha Ray playing the lead roles. This will be Rahul Bose's debut movie in Kannada, however the actor has acted in a few Tamil movies.
Apart from playing the lead role, Bhavana has produced the movie along with her brother under their banner Home Town Productions. Audiences will be seeing Bhavana on the silver screen after a long time as she was busy in her political journey.
The movie is directed by Apoorva Kasarvalli, the son of critically acclaimed maker and National Award winner Girish Kasarvalli. Apoorva has directed a TV Serial and assisted his father in the past and this is his debut movie. The movie is based on the story by Vikram Hatwar.
The well-known cinematographer H M Ramachandra has cranked the camera for this movie. Another highlight is that, the Oscar winner Resul Pookutty is working on sound design of the film and this will be his first Kannada movie as well.
So far, the audio casettes or CD were being launched in the audio releases. Nirrutara team has kick-started a new trend by releasing a pen drive of songs composed by Neeladri Kumar for the movie, which is surely going to be a new step in the music industry.
This may be the debut film for Sitar Maestro Neeladri Kumar, but he is well-known amongst music listeners for his non-filmy compositions. Singer Shubha Mudgal's relative Sawani Mudgal has sung a song 'Hoomele Hani', which is said to be the highlight of this soundtrack.