Former MP Pratap Simha to Watch ‘Kotee’ in Mysore


The recently released movie ‘Kotee,’ starring Daali Dhananjay, has emerged as a “perfect family entertainer” and continues to win the hearts of audiences on the big screen. Former MP Pratap Simha to watch the movie in Mysuru.

After many years, a film has come in Kannada that the entire family can sit and watch together, leading to an increasing number of family audiences heading to the theatres. The performances by Dhananjaya, Ramesh Indira, and Thara, along with the colourful climax and a cameo by Duniya Vijay, have received great appreciation.

As ‘Kotee’ successfully enters its second week, the film team has organised a special screening in Mysore, where the popular politician ‘Pratap Simha’ will watch the movie with the team. This special screening will be held on Thursday at 6:45 PM at DRC Cinemas in Mysore.

Excellent Response in Mysore

‘Kotee’ has been receiving an excellent response in Mysore, with family audiences appreciating the film. Several shows of ‘Kotee’ in Mysore have been housefull. The movie is making waves not only in Mysore but across the state.

The Connection Between Kotee and Mysore

In this film, Dhananjay plays a character named ‘Kotee,’ an ordinary driver with a dream of earning one crore rupees honestly without deceiving or hurting anyone, to take good care of his family. More than half of the movie was shot in Mysore, including locations like Sterling Theatre, VV Mohalla, Market, and Devegowda Circle.

“Our film’s shooting in Mysore had brought us immense joy. Now, seeing the audience in Mysore appreciate ‘Kotee’ makes us a hundred fold happier,” said Param, the writer and director of ‘Kotee.’

The cast of ‘Kotee’ includes Daali Dhananjay alongside lead actress Moksha Kushal and villain Ramesh Indira. Veteran actors such as Rangayana Raghu, Thara, Sardar Sathya, and others like Pruthvi Shamanur, Thanuja Venkatesh, Abhishek Shrikanth, and Vijay Shobharaj Pavur also feature in the film.

The film has five songs composed by Vasuki Vaibhav. The lyrics for these songs are written by Yogaraj Bhat and Vasuki Vaibhav. Nobin Paul, known for ‘777 Charlie,’ has scored the background music. Pratheek Shetty, praised for his work in the movie ‘Kantara,’ is the editor for ‘Kotee,’ and the cinematography is by the renowned television cameraman Arun.

Produced by Jio Studios, the film is written and directed by Param, who led Colors Kannada for decades. ‘Kotee’ is being screened in over 200 theatres across the state.


Pratap Simha


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