Mangaluru: Tulu film ‘Radd Ekre’ hits screens in coastal Karnataka


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Jan 11: Tulu film ‘Radd Ekre’ produced by Sandesh Raj Bangera and Rohan Kodikal under the banner of Online Cinema and directed by Vismaya Vinayak released at Big Cinemas, Bharath Mall here on Friday, January 10.

Srinivas University chancellor Raghavendra Rao lighted the lamp and inaugurated the programme. “May the film spread good message to the society. People should support films in regional languages,” he said.

Chief guest, film producer and director Prakash Pandeshwar said that ‘Radd Ekre’ has excellent comedy and story and is close to current situation of the audience. “Therefore, people will like it,” he said.



Karnataka state working journalists association executive committee member Jagannath Shetty Bala, Hindu Jagarana Vedike president Sathish Acharya, producers Sandesh Raj Bangera and Rohan Kodikal, director Vismaya Vinayak, Rakesh Kadri, Maim Ramadas, Manju Rai, music director Kishore Kumar Shetty, Nireeksha Shetty and others were present. R J Arpit compered the programme.

‘Radd Ekre’ has high class comedy and entertainment. It is released in Big Cinemas, PVR and Cinepolis in Mangaluru, Alankar in Udupi, Radhika and Planet in Karkala, Aruna in Puttur, Bharath in Beltangady and Santhosh in Sullia.

Prathvi Ambar, Nireeksha Shetty, Navin D Padil, Arvind Bolar, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor, Vismaya Vinayak, Maim Ramdas, Umesh Mijar, Deepak Rao Panaje, Manju Rai Muloor and others are in the cast.

The film based on the comedy filled story of deal by two brothers of sharing property obtained from their father entertains the audience for two hours.

  

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