Mangaluru, Sep 6,2016: It is reliably reported that muhurat for the first Konkani-Tulu movie ‘Ashem Zalem Kashem’, produced by ’Glorious Angelore’ was held at Infant Jesus Shrine Bikarnakatte premises on Sunday, September 4. Mangaluru South constituency MLA J R Lobo gave the first clap and wished the team good fortune. MLA J R Lobo said that many movies are produced in coastal Karnataka these days which is a good sign. Movies always come with message and are a very good medium to bring change in the society.
Maxim Pereira has written the story of the movie and directs it as well. The star cast of the movie includes RJ Roopesh Shetty in the lead role with Cynol Menezes accompanied by Ranjitha Louis of Noshibacho Khel fame, Jennifer Fernandes, Rohan and Nikith in the key roles. Along with them the cast includes Umesh Mijar, Aravind Bolar, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor, Gopinath Bhat, William Pinto Padarengi and Clenvin D’Souza in the supporting roles.
Music for the film is being composed BY Patson Pereira with the lyrics from Maxim Pereira, Wilson Kateel, and Joe Kulshekar. The associate director of the movie is Kishore Moodbidri while Satvik Hebbar and Sandeep Chandra are assistant directors of the movie.
Roopesh Calicut and Udaya Balla will manage the camera for the movie while veteran dramatist John Permannur has written the screenplay and dialogues for the movie. The production of the movie is managed by Maxim Pereira along with Vincent D’souza, Nithyadar Nagar, Dubai.
William Pinto Padarengi has written Tulu part of the script and also has done art work. Joe Pereira Kuwait, Jossy Sequeira and Manu Bantwal are the advisors of the movie. The production of the movie is managed by Carol Prem D’souza of Ferns Production Mumbai. Daijiworld is the media partner of the movie.
President of the Karnataka Konkani Sahitya Academy Roy Castelino, who is also an advisor for the movie, said that Maxim Pereira has moved on for the venture, he has come up with a unique idea and history has been created here as this movie is the first Konkani-Tulu movie. This is a sign of harmony between the two languages and culture and wished him all the best.
Assistant director of Infant Jesus shrine, Fr Prakash D’Cunha blessed the movie while Manu Bantwal. The shooting of the movie began with its first scene in the shrine premises and is set to be shot in various places in city.