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Watch Dharma and Charlie head out on the trip of a lifetime in 777 Charlie’s Journey Song

The lyrical video of the song, composed by Nobin Paul and sung by composer Jassie Gift and Abhinandan Mahishale, was released today

  • OTTplay Team

Last Updated: 12.46 PM, May 30, 2022

Watch Dharma and Charlie head out on the trip of a lifetime in 777 Charlie’s Journey Song
777 Charlie: A transformative journey

Rakshit Shetty’s adventure comedy drama 777 Charlie is counting down to its date with audiences, June 10, in the run-up to which the team has been treating audiences to glimpses from the film and its music. We’ve seen the teaser, the Torture song, O’Ga, the trailer and now, the lyrical video of the Journey Song.

This time around, for the Journey Song, which is about Dharma’s and Charlie’s transformative trip, composer Nobin got composer Jassie Gift to chip in as singer, along with Abhinandan Mahishale. Written by Kiran Kaverappa, the song has backing vocals by Pancham Jeeva, and Pavan Kumar.

777 Charlie, produced by Rakshit and the late GS Gupta for Paramvah Studios, is the directorial debut of Kiranraj K. The film also stars Sangeetha Sringeri as an animal welfare activist, Raj B Shetty as a veterinarian, along with Gopalkrishna Deshpande, Danish Sait and Bobby Simha in pivotal roles.

The film will get a pan-India release on June 10 in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi, for which the team is currently on promotional trips to these markets. Rakshit and co have already been to Kochi and Hyderabad for media interactions.

Rakshit has been vocal about how the emotions in the story of 777 Charlie drew him to be a part of the project. The film follows how his character, Dharma, whose monotonous existence is about working at a factory, drinking beer, smoking cigarettes, picking fights and eating idlis, and how his life then changes around when he is made to care for a dog called Charlie. How his life changes after they go on a transformative journey forms the crux of the narrative.

The film was earlier meant to be a December 2021 release, in keeping with Rakshit’s good year-end track record, but was then pushed ahead amid fears of a third wave of the pandemic.