The Rakshit Shetty-starrer will be released on December 31.
For the past several days, the makers of Rakshit Shetty’s upcoming 777 Charlie have been teasing audiences with glimpses from the film, specifically from the Torture song, which capture the dynamics of the actor’s character Dharma’s ‘relationship’ with the doggo, Charlie.
The film follows Dharma, played by Rakshit, a loner who hates dog and his four-legged ‘pal’ Charlie, with the Torture song being a treasure chest packed with Charlie’s mischiefs and Dharma’s disdain.
The song, composed by Nobin Paul and sung by not one, but five singers for the five languages that the film will eventually release in. The song, which dropped at 11 am this morning, has been released in Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi; sung by Vijay Prakash, Jassie Gift, Gana Balachandar, Ram Mirivala and Swaroop Khan, respectively. The makers also announced that the film will release on December 31, 2021
777 Charlie will be Rakshit’s first release since Avane Srimannarayana and is a home production for his banner, Paramvah Studios Productions. The film, directed by Kiranraj K, also stars Sangeeetha Sringeri, Raj B Shetty, Danish Sait, and Bobby Simha, among others, in pivotal roles. The main theme of the film apart, one of the highlights of 777 Charlie will be its visuals, given that it was shot at various locations across the length and breadth of the country, including Karnataka, Goa, Punjab, and Kashmir, among others. Rakshit had earlier said that he wanted to release the film in the September-October window, but a confirmation on this is yet to come. Most big-ticket Kannada releases continue to be on hold, as they wait for word from the state government about allowing 100% occupancy in movie halls and removal of night curfew in key districts.