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Patriotic Kannadave Sathya song from Ganesh-starrer Geetha goes viral- Cinema express

Patriotic Kannadave Sathya song from Ganesh-starrer Geetha goes viral

Featuring Ganesh, the patriotic number about Kannada has been sung by Puneeth Rajkumar, and explores the Gokak agitation

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Published: 01st September 2019

The first song, Kannadave Sathya Kannadave Nitya, from Geetha, which was released last week, has gone viral on social media. Featuring Ganesh, the patriotic number about Kannada has been sung by Puneeth Rajkumar, and explores the Gokak agitation.

The song has not only hit millions of views but also caught the attention of the audience as well as the film fraternity for its lyrics, written by director Santhosh Ananddram. Several actors, including Jaggesh Ramesh Aravind, Prem, Sharan, Dheeren Rajkumar and Ashika Ranganath, along with directors Rishab Shetty, Tharun Sudhir,  Prashant Raj, AP Arjun, Pavan Wadeyar, S Krishna, Chethankumar, Preetham Gubbi, Yogaraj Bhat, Nagshekar, Raghuram, Manju Mandavya and Suni, among others, have expressed their liking for the track and showered appreciation with a special video. 

Ganesh, who is also producing Geetha in association with Syed Salaam, is overwhelmed with the response that the song has been receiving.

The film, directed by Vijay Naagendra, stars Parvathy Arun, Prayaga Martin, and Shanvi Srivastava as the female leads. The team is now gearing up for a teaser release, which is coming up soon.

Geetha is ready to hit theatres on September 27. Manjunatha Gowda has bagged the Karnataka distribution rights for its release.

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