Kantara: Now Kantara fever is running all over the country. Collections are raining for this movie as the story is popular. This Kantara movie is impressing not only the audience but also the celebrities. Recently under the influence of Kantara, the Karnataka government has announced a monthly allowance for ‘Divine Dancers’. In this context, Lok Sabha Member, PC Mohan Kantara reacted to the movie.
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Directed by Kannada actor Rishabh Shetty himself, this movie introduces the people of Karnataka to the oldest ritual ‘Bhoota Kola’ dance. With the hit movie Kantara, now everyone is talking about this innovative custom. With the influence of this movie, the Karnataka government is ready to provide financial assistance to the traditional divine dancers of ‘Bhoota Kola’ who are over 60 years old. Rs per month Bangalore Central MP PC Mohan announced on Twitter that an allowance of Rs.
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This worship is found in places like Mangalore, Udupi and Kundapura which belong to the south coast region of Karnataka. It is also popular in North Malabar region of Kerala. This is a festival celebrated by worshiping the spirit of Varaham. Actor Rishabh Shetty brilliantly recreated the tribal culture, traditions and gestures of the Bhoota Kola dancers on the silver screen. In the climax of the movie, Rishabh Shetty’s dance, gestures and shouts with his face painted yellow became a special attraction.
2000 per month for divine dancers above 60 years. Hon’ble Chief Ministers Shri @BSBommai To the Government of Karnataka headed by him and Minister Mr @karkalasunil Thanks to pic.twitter.com/PrVjV2YAEf
— PC Mohan (@PCMohanMP) October 20, 2022