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Mangaluru: Tulu movie 'Pavitra' to hit screens this month

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (JS)

Mangaluru, Jan 3: Yet another Tulu movie 'Pavitra - Beedida Ponnu', produced under the banner of Sri Indira Movies by Anantarama Rao Yermal from Chennai, is all set to hit theatres in January. This was revealed by Yermal at a press meet held at a private hotel here on Saturday January 2.

"The movie has been directed by Nagavenkatesh. The movie has been shot in various locations like Yermal, Kaup, Kulur, Haleangady and Mangaluru. It has been shot and completed in 23 days. The movie has 5 songs, with music by Risel Sahi," Yermal said.

"Shravanth who has worked in three Sandalwood movies and in small screen and debutante Chirashree Anchan are in the lead roles. Chirashree is also working for other projects such as Tulu movie 'Rambarutti' and Kannada movies 'Kalpana 2' opposite Upendra, 'Udumba' and others.

"The other stars in the movie include Navin D Padil, Bhojaraj Vamanjur, Arvind Bolar, Umesh Mijar, Shobha Rai, Vidya, Supritha, Deepika, Ranjitha Shet and others. The story is written by Anant Ram Rao Yermal, who is also the producer of this film, while the dialogue is penned by co-director Ranjith Suvarna Kulur. Executive producer is Chidambaram, cameraman is J J Krishna, and lyrics are by Ranjit Suvarna Kulur and Praveen Thokkotu."

Director Nagavenkatesh, lead actors Shravanth, Pavithra Anchan and others were present at the press meet.

The audio of the movie was released on Sunday January 3.

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