Tulu films show list, sixth day of Tulu film festival 2018.
Today is a sixth day of Tulu Film Festival which is organized by Tulu Chalanachitra Nirmapakara Sangha (Tulu Film Producers Association).
it’s been five days of Tulu Film Festival, all these days were a successful journey of Tulu Film Industry, many films screened with full house audience and guests.
Today will be a day of romantic films and some legendary films of 70’s, one of films shown today was made in UAE! Checkout!
Screening today at Cinepolis, Mangalore.
1. Kudla Cafe (10:00 P.M at Cinepolis. Mangalore).
2016’s film “Kudla Cafe” is directed by Surya Menon and produced by Surya Menon, Ranjan Shetty. Actor Naveen D Padil gained state level award for his splendid acting in this film.
2. Nirel (1:00 P.M at Cinepolis. Mangalore).
Film “Nirel” was 2014’s romantic film, film’s plot based on the Kannada Script “Nadu Naduve” by Karthik Gowda and later converted to Tulu by Ranjith Bajpe director of the film. “Nirel” is a first ever Tulu film which shot in overseas location. Almost all part of the film where shot in UAE and presented in perfect way with grand making!
3. Arjun Weds Amruta (4:00 P.M at Cinepolis. Mangalore).
“Arjun Weds Amruta” was released in last year (2017), is a romantic comedy film, which is directed by Raghu Shetty, Anoop Sagar and Aaradya Shetty were in lead roles.
4. Chapter (4:00 P.M at Cinepolis. Mangalore).
“Chapter” is 2017’s film which is directed by Mohan Bhatkal, even though film was good in making, audience didn’t accepted this film and ran just about 1-2 weeks in cinemas of Mangalore.
Screening today at Don Bosco Hall, Mangalore.
1. Koti Chennayya (B&W) (1:00 P.M at Don Bosco Hall. Mangalore).
1973’s release “Koti Chennayya” was super hit film directed by Vishu Kumar and produced K Muddu Suvarna. Almost all the songs of this film were super hits, which are composed by Vijay Bhasker. Film’s legendary songs like “Ekka Saka..”, “Kemmaletha Brahma..”, “Jodu Nandaadeepa..” still sounds fresh!
2. Pettayi Pili (4:00 P.M at Cinepolis. Mangalore).
1987’s film “Pettayi Pili” is known for its action packed title! Film was directed by Ravi N Kanchan and produced by S S Puthran.
3. Badi (7:00 P.M at Don Bosco Hall. Mangalore).
Richard Castelino directional film “Badi” was released in 2007, film was grabbed state level award of Best Regional Film for the year 2006-07 but was not done anything much in Box Office.