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Sithara Entertainments Releases Soothing First Single “Srimathi Garu” from “Lucky Baskhar”

Sithara Entertainments Releases Soothing First Single “Srimathi Garu” from Dulquer Salmaan and Venky Atluri’s “Lucky Baskhar” Composed by GV Prakash Kumar

Dulquer Salmaan, the Multi-lingual superstar known in Telugu cinema for blockbusters like “Mahanati” and “Sita Ramam” stars in “Lucky Baskhar” a captivating character drama. Directed by blockbuster filmmaker Venky Atluri, the film is produced by the renowned Telugu production house Sithara Entertainments  on a grand scale.

The recently released teaser of “Lucky Baskhar” has heightened expectations showcasing Dulquer Salmaan at his charming best. Now, the makers have unveiled the first single “Kolladhey” composed by national award-winning composer GV Prakash Kumar, on June 19th.

The song, ‘Kollaamal Kollaadhey Kovakkaari
Kannaaley Sonneney Nooru Sorry’ sung beautifully by Anand Aravindakshan and Shwetha Mohan starts with captivating violin sections, transitions into a lilting flute melody and is enriched by drum beats adding grandeur to the composition.

Lyricist Vignesh Ramakrishna has written apt words to capture the tender affection of a husband for his angry wife. Composer GV Prakash Kumar used live orchestration expertly, mainly flute and strings section, to bring out the expression of love between the couple in an endearing melody.

Meenakshi Chaudhary plays the leading lady opposite Dulquer Salmaan. Set in the late 1980s and early 1990s, “Lucky Baskhar” follows the journey of an ordinary bank cashier who achieves extraordinary success.

Ace cinematographer Nimish Ravi captures this journey in splendid style, while the talented Banglan contributes his expertise in production design. National Award-winning editor Navin Nooli handles the film’s editing. Produced by Suryadevara Naga Vamsi of Sithara Entertainments and Sai Soujanya of Fortune Four Cinemas with Srikara Studios presenting this pan-India film will release in Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, and Tamil languages worldwide. More details will be announced soon.

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