Kodava movie ‘Bheerya’ title card released

Kodava movie ‘Bheerya’ title card released

February 9, 2022

Madikeri: In a new trend to the release of movies, the title card of Kodava movie ‘Bheerya’ was released after the shooting, casting and editing works have been completed. The movie is ready to be released on the silver screen.

Makers of this particular movie had initially decided to keep the shooting and other works under wraps. Normally, before any movie is shot, the producers and directors would release the title with much fanfare and gain enough publicity in the media. Likewise, many such movies do not see the light of the day and many times they remain on paper.

 However, ‘Bheerya’ Kodava movie makers decided to go against the flow and completed all the necessary works before launching the title in public. The title release was recently done by noted advocate and President of Bengaluru Kodava Samaja Mukkatira T. Nanaiah.

 The film will be released in April. It has been produced under the banner ‘Thithira Cine Creations’ and has been directed by Balyamederira Aryan Muddappa. The film has been financed and produced by entrepreneur Thithira Sharmili Appachu.

The title ‘Bheerya’ comes with a tagline ‘Badalavanera Boli’ (the light of change) and signifies the martial race of Kodavas who are known for their valour in the war fields all over the world.

The Kodava community has contributed to the Armed Forces in a significant manner and it occupies a pride of place in India’s culture and ethos. The title signifies this spirit, said Sharmili.

Except for minor works including dubbing and other works, the entire process of movie-making has been completed and is ready for release in April, she added. The movie has senior and junior artistes and their names will be released in the due course.

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Releasing the title, Nanaiah wished good luck for the movie team and said more and more Kodava movies must hit the screens and this is a way to safeguard and document the unique Kodava culture. Director Aryan Muddappa and Raj Charan of Udupi who played the role of villain in the movie were present.


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