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Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie Hit Theatres; Makers Transplanted Charlie To Kerala In The Malayalam Version

Makers transplanted Charlie to Kerala in the Malayalam version of Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie.
by Abdul Azeez | June 13, 2022 11:39 IST
Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie Hit Theatres; Makers Transplanted Charlie To Kerala In The Malayalam Version

777 Charlie, starring Rakshit Shetty, hit theaters on June 10. The audience has taken up the story of the relationship between a dog named Charlie and a young man named Dharma. The film is getting a good response from the audience.

 
Apart from Kannada, the film was released in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, and Malayalam. The film was distributed in Kerala by Prithviraj Productions. Not only in the language spoken when it reached Malayalam; the makers have transplanted Charlie to Kerala.
 
From the TV scene in the movie to the board of the shop the movie is fully set in Malayalam. When Charlie shows up at home, Dharma gets angry and starts beating him. The movie that is being shown on TV at the moment is Mukesh's In Hariharnagar. Mukesh's dialogue 'Thomasukutty Vittoda' is heard on TV as Charlie runs down to escape.
 
The film tells the story of Rakshith Shetty's relationship with a dog named Charlie. The heroine of the film is Sangeetha Sringeri. Rakshith Shetty and GS Gupta together produce the film, '777 Charlie'. ‘777 Charlie’ is the director Kiran Raj K’s first film as well.
 
The film's story, set to be an adventure comedy-drama, revolves around a dog named Charlie. '777 Charlie' begins with the arrogance of Dharma, played by Rakshit Shetty. Rakshit Shetty works in a factory, and a dog named Charlie enters into his lonely and worldly life. The film continues to tell the changes that Charlie makes in Dharma's life. The Malayalam version of the film is produced by Prithviraj, the Tamil version by Karthik Subbaraju, and the Telugu version by Nani.


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