Kannada-language romantic comedy “Nataraja Service” was released in Karnataka and other states of India, on November 17, 2016.

The trailer of the comedy is already out and is generating a good amount of buzz. Pavan who made his debut with the rib-tickling "Govindaya Namaha" in 2012 is using the same sure shot formula in this movie also. Comedy rules supreme in Kannada Entertainment.

Controversial song

The film’s ‘Allah-Allah” song is hugely popular amongst fans but has earned the ire of some Muslim organization which opposed the number featuring the Maulvi played by Ravi Shankar's character and wanted to stop the screening of the film.

The group objected to the Maulvi holding a gun in the song. The objectionable piece was then digitally erased.

However, after watching the movie they were satisfied and asked for a few cuts which were trivial. So everything is fine, and the film will be released as planned. Anoop Seelin has composed music.

The movie is produced by N. Rajakumar and presented by Punith Rajkumar who also gives his voice to the title track. Arun Somasundram has done an excellent job behind the camera. The film was shot extensively in many remote parts of the state like Dandeli and Sirsi.

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The flick was supposed to release last week but was released today due to theater unavailability. and the note ban. It will be interesting to see how the movie fares, particularly after the Rs 500 and 1000 currency note ban in the country,

Veeranjaneya Films has the distribution rights and they released the movie in more than 200 screens in Karnataka alone.

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Watch "Allah Allah" Song

It is some time since a Sharan starrer has been released though his last release “Jai Maruthi 800’ had a good run at the box office.

Audience response:

The flick has generated a real buzz, and if things go his way, Sharan can add one more hit to his name. The success of the flick will also add to director Pavan’s confidence who is shortly going to start his next venture “Appu.”

Stay tuned for the box-office stats.