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Tulu film Madime to hit cinemas today

Published On : 19 Nov 2014   |  Reported By : Courtesy : The Hindu


Produced by Balakrishna Films and directed by Tulu playwright and director Vijaya Kumar Kodialbail, it would be the 53rd Tulu movie to be made.

A Tulu cinema ‘Madime’ will hit the cinemas here on November 20.

Produced by Balakrishna Films and directed by Tulu playwright and director Vijaya Kumar Kodialbail, it would be the 53rd Tulu movie to be made.

Addressing presspersons here on Tuesday Mr. Kodialbail, who has also written the screenplay and dialogue, said Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam and multi-lingual singer K.S. Chitra have sung a song each in it.

The story of the movie was based on the Tulu play ‘Madime’ by Mr. Kodialbail, which has been staged around 500 times. Mr. Kodialbail, who had earlier made popular Tulu play ‘Oriyardori Asal’ into a film, said Likith Shetty and Ramya Barna who were lead actors in ‘Oriyardori Asal’ were playing the lead roles in this film too. Some of the other actors are Usha Bhandary, comedian Bhojaraja Vamanjoor, Prashanth Siddi, Bantwal Jayarama Acharya and Santhosh Shetty.

Stating that it would be a three-hour film, Mr. Kodialbail said two more Tulu movies of his would be released after some time. In addition, talks were on to make five more Tulu films. All the upcoming films would be made before 2015.

He said a series of Tulu movies produced recently had added viewers to Tulu movies. Other Tulu films in the offing included Dibbana and Super Marmaye.







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