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"Dombarata" Tulu movie to be released on 15th September in 100 theaters simultaneously

Published On : 13 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Richard D'Souza

Udupi: With several specialties Bramhavar Movies will be releasing “Dombarata” Tulu movie on 15th September, 2016 simultaneously  in 100 Theatres in Karnataka state itself, said Ranjith Suvarna, film Director of Dombarata.

While speaking with media persons at Udupi Press Club on Monday, he said that in the history of Tulu Cinema, it is the first time that more than 1000 artists acted in the film. Meanwhile, Noted Kannada actors Upendra and Ugramshree Murali for the first time sang in Tulu movie Dombarata which will be the other specialty.

The villain of popular Agni Sakshi TV shows Kishor Kumar acted as main hero of the film. Bhavya, Pooja Shetty and Neema acted as heroines of the film.

Ranjith Suvarna said that he was the deputy director of 14 films prior to this mega Tulu film and this picture he has directed. He also gave dialogues and lyrics for this Tulu film which will be the first movie to be directed by him.

Aravind Bolar, Umesh Mijar, Raghu Pandeshwar, Shareth Kadri, Ranjan Bolur, Prathima Nayak, Ranjitha Sheth and other actors of the film. Songs by Prakash, Mudhura and L. N. Shastri while lyrics by Saikrishna and Kirthan Bhandary.

Not only in Karnataka but also in other neighboring states this movie will be shown. Film actor Amith, female actors Bhavya and Pooja Shetty were present during the press meet.




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