Tulu film ‘Girgit’ - Free screening for students up to Class 10 on Nov 14, 15


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (AM)

Mangaluru, Nov 13: Blockbuster Tulu film ‘Girgit’, completed 75 days at theatres recently. The film had released on August 23 worldwide. The film released in UAE and USA also.

The makers of the film will hold screening free of cost for students up to class 10 on the occasion of Children's Day on November 14 and 15. 

The free shows will be held in Jyothi theatre in Mangaluru and Kalpana theatre in Udupi.

The film is directed by Roopesh Shetty and Kadri Rakesh is presented under the production banner of RS Cinemas. Roopesh Shetty and Shilpa Shetty are playing lead in the film. Leading comedians like Naveen Padil, Arvind Bolar, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor are also part of the cast, along with ‘Bale Telipale’ fame Umesh Mijar, Prasanna Bailur and Sandeep Shetty, who have played pivotal roles in the film. Roshan Shetty played negative shade in the film.

The film is produced by Manjunath Attavar and Shoolin Films. The story and script is written by Roopesh Shetty. Joel Rebello and Darrel Mascarenhas have provided music.

Camera is handled by Niranjan Das. ‘Bale Telipale’ fame Prasanna Bailur has written dialogues.

  

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