Kazar (Marriage) is a 2009 Konkani film directed by Richard Castelino and produced by Frank Fernandes. It stars Larry Fernandes and Harshita Poonacha. Larry stars in the movie as a NRI boy, who comes back to Mangalore to get married, while Harshita plays the role of his bride. The movie initially scheduled to be released on 9 September 2009, was delayed by two months, and finally released on 27 November 2009.
The story is woven around family and social values, which portrays the importance of family stability and vows of marriage and its importance to the society. It is about a young couple and their weddings, and traditional Catholic marriage rituals such as Engagement and Roce. Daijiworld Media (Mangalore), the official International Media Partner for the movie, was instrumental in providing world-wide publicity coverage for the movie.
The movie has been shot at various locations such as Mangalore (Mangalore International Airport - Bajpe, Someshwar Beach, and Pilikula Nisargadhama), Madikeri (Chomakudru and King's Cottage), Goan beaches (especially Dona-Paula), and Karwar. The movie was simultaneously released at Adlab's Big Cinemas in Bharat Mall (Mangalore) and Udupi's Alankar theatre on 27 November 2009.