National Film Award-Winning Kannada Film 777 Charlie Completes Two Years

Superhit film 777 Charlie has been one of the finest films in Kannada that revolves around the bond between a man and his best friend, a pet dog. Directed by Kiranraj K, the film made under Paramvah Studios, earned accolades for its content and the performances led by Rakshit Shetty and the labrador. Now, the as the film completes two years of its release, its makers have thanked everyone. Read on to know what they had to say…
777 Charlie

Kannada film 777 Charlie starring Rakshit Shetty.

Ever since the National Film Award-Winning Kannada film, 777 Charlie released on June 10, 2022, it has been in the news for achieving various feats. On the occasion of the movie completing two years on Monday (June 10), its makers took to social media to thank everyone for being a part of the remarkable journey.

Japan Release

After its successful run in India, 777 Charlie created a buzz globally. The dubbed version of the film was first released in Thailand and now, the film is set for a grand release in Japan on June 28.
The director had shared the updated list of cinemas that are screening the film in Japan along with the posters of the film in Japanese language.
In an exclusive interview with Times Now, the director had revealed that dubbed versions had also been sold to countries like Thailand, Japan, Russia, Latin America, Taiwan, Italy and Germany.
On the occasion of 777 Charlie completing two years of its release, Paramvah Studios, the banner under which the film was made, posted on X, “Celebrating 2 beautiful years since this 4-pawed angel left her trail of magic in hearts and theatres! Thank you all for being a part of this remarkable journey!”

Charlie Becomes A Mother

Kannada actor-director Rakshit Shetty recently took to his Instagram account, to go live and share the good news with fans of the pet dog, a labrador, who played the role of Charlie in 777 Charlie.
He shared that on May 9, Charlie gave birth to six puppies of which five were females and one was male.
“I came all the way to Mysuru just to see Charlie and her newborn puppies. I feel the journey is complete. I just wanted to share this with you all, especially the kids who loved 777 Charlie and wanted to thank everyone for their support,” Rakshit shared.
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