Marathi film Raada is full of action, comedy and romance and is releasing on 23rd September. Akash Shetty is debuting in the film world with Raada. Maharashtras Cultural Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar was present as the chief guest at the grand trailer and song launch of Producer Ram Shettys Marathi film “Raada” while many celebrities including Mahesh Manjrekar, Mahima Chaudhary, Milind Gunaji were present as guests. Akash Shetty, Yogita Chavan, Shilpa Thackeray are in the lead roles in this film directed by Ritesh Sopanrao Narwade.
Milind Gunaji, Ram Shetty, Mahima Choudhary, Mahesh Manjrekar and Akash Shetty
Mahima Chaudhary said that this is a strong action film, this is Akashs debut film, I heartily congratulate him. Very well made movie, its trailer and songs are amazing. I want people to go to theaters and watch this film.
Mahesh Manjrekar also extended his best wishes to the film and Akash Shetty.
Akash Shetty said that I am very happy and excited that Mahesh Manjrekar, Cultural Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar ji, Mahima Chaudhary, Milind Gunaji came and wished me at the trailer and music launch of my first film Raada. The movie has action, romance, suspense, drama everything. Working with Milind Gunaji and Nishigandha ji in the film was a learning experience. The songs and music of the film are its plus point.
“The choreographer of the film is Ganesh Acharya and he is also seen dancing in a dance number, this song picturized on Hina Panchal is going to be a super hit. I will also be seen on screen in this item song.”
Producer Ram Shetty said that they have got the blessings of Cultural Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar, Mahesh Manjrekar, Mahima Chaudhary, Milind Gunaji, and hope the cinema audience will like it. I am actually from South, Akash Shetty is also from South, so you will get to see South style action in the film Raada. Akash had a passion for acting since childhood, his personality is also God gifted.
The films music composer Dinesh Arjuna and lyricist Jafar Sagar were also present on the occasion, who informed that the songs of the film are being appreciated by the audience.