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Monday, July 23, 2012 4:10:12 PM (IST)  

Mangalore: Tulu Comedy Movie 'Rampa' to Hit Theatres in August

Mangalore: Tulu Comedy Movie 'Rampa' to Hit Theatres in August

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Daijiworld Media Network Mangalore (VM)

Mangalore, Jul 23: 'Rampa' a new Tulu comedy movie will hit the silver screen next month, informed actress Namratha Hegde, who has also produced the movie.

Addressing a press meet here on Monday July 23, she said that the movie is about three men who are facing difficult situations in their lives, and who are helped by a man called Rampa. She clarified that the character had nothing to do with the actual personality who is well-known to Mangaloreans.

She added that the movie has a Mangalorean and Tuluva flavour, and even has a song in Hindi.

The movie is directed by Rajan Lalpuri who has made more than 40 films till date and produced by Namratha Hegde Productions.

'Rampa' is set to release in the third week of August, though the date has not been announced.

The lyrics are by Vijayakumar, music by Iqbal Darbar, dialogues is by Shashiraj Kavoor, story by Ajathashathru, and compilation by Asif Khan.

The movie was shot in Mangalore, Mumbai and other places and consists of four songs altogether.

Rampa is a comedy film starring Ajathashathru, Namratha Hegde, Arvind Bolar and for the first time in Tulu cinema, Bollywood veteran actor Sadashiv Amrapurkar. It is comedy movie sprinkled with romance and some thrilling scenes, said Namratha.

The cast includes Ajathashathru Mumbai, Namratha Hegde, Arvind Bolar, Sadashiv Amrapurkar Mumbai, Ravi Surathkal, Jeevan Ullal, Manoj Attavar, Tamma Laxman, Prabhakar Shetty Mumbai, Surendra Heggde, Krishnaraj Shetty, Chandravathi, Vasanth, Shashiraj Kavoor, Shobha Shetty, Pradeep Alva, Rajesh Kanchanakere, Nagesh Dhambel, Rajesh Alape and Chandrahaas Kadri.

Ajathashathru, Tamma Laxman, Aravind Bolar among others were present.


Comments on this article
Team Rampa, Mangalore
Thursday, July 26, 2012

Greetings to all our fellow mangaloreans . On behalf of the entire team of the tulu film "Rampa" . We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to everyone who has supported us through the production of the film. We have decided to change the title of Rampa to avoid hurting the sentiments of the family members of the legend. In any case our film never intended to be related to the legend himself or anyone related.

As. For the Hindi song in this film, every movie comes with a script and storyline. Our film wasn't any different hence just one Hindi song input. To add more clarity lets all just head to the cinemas to watch the same . We have changed the name of the film with all respect to the legend. I hope this sorts most of your queries and hope for a better than ever response for a tulu film to promote our people united in this region of ours. Thank you

KIRAN KUMAR, BANTWAL
Wednesday, July 25, 2012

The should change the title of the movie.. because it is making fun of the great mangalorian personality Kankanady j Ramappa poojary( known Kankanady RAMAPPANNE), The upper class people always try to down through the popularity of Backward class persons. daijiworld itself has published a article on Rampanna.. SO PLEASE STOP THIS KIND ATTITUDE.

Denis Britto, Urwa, Mangalore
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Why have a Hindi or English song in a Tulu movie ? Let us be proud of our language and region. But I have noticed a difference between the Tulu spoken by the Bunts and Tulu spoken by the Billawas.The Bunt Tulu is very harsh and without respect esp. when spoken to the less fortunate.The Billawa Tulu is mellow and sweet. If i'm wrong , please accept my apologies.This is my personal observation.

Vashal, Mangalore
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Any Links to our Kamala & Rampa????

Mangalorean, Mangalore
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Why you people ed hindi language to make songs for tulu movie? If you people really interested to make movies in tulu then you were not doing like this....This is really not acceptable... Any how gud luck...

Pramod Naik, Kundapura
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

remove that rubbish hindi song from that movie.If you launch this movie in bangloor you will get a gift from real kannadigas!

Umeshchandra, Mangalore/Saudi, Jeddaah
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Dear Friends,
Please dont compare thi film with our Great Rampanna( Raj Kamal), he was one of the greatest leaders of Billawa Comunity and he was generous, a great man. There are many people by name Rama, Ramappa....so on ..their nick name is Rampa.So let us not insult the people..that too good human beings.The name given as Rampa is their choice, let them do it and wish them all the best,expecting it will not hurt any community,people of Tulunadu....

Kishore, Kudla/ UK
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

CONGRATS TO RAMPA TEAM.
All the best Namratha Hegde .I like that song UDALA from Bagar dha kural.

Amin Bhoja, Patte / Riyadh
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The film 'Rampa' is a kind boost to Tulu culture where we see a diminishing factor. Success of movie'Rampa'a way forward, the tulu culture and the community as a whole.

WALTER MONTEIRO, BELMAN
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Is this film is based on Rampana joke. If so,in my opinion that is no good. any way good luck.

Satish shetty, Dubai/Kundapura
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Namratha...u rememer when we met to discuss about this movie concpt..at last our dream comes true.

Bhaskar Shetty, Padubidri
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Is Namratha Hegde married or Single ? She really looks cute ! To which Gutthu does she hail from ?

suresh, bangalore
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

is it rampa or ramppanna
i think it is well known as rampanna?

Oswald & Teresa Pais, Shivbagh
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Well done. Rampannna was a great man. Thats a good idea to make a film on him. His wife kamalaka also died some time back.All the best to the team.

felix, mangalore
Monday, July 23, 2012

ALL THE BEST..........
NO ONE FROM KONKANI SPEAKING COMMUNITY? MAY BE A SPOKEN LANGUAGE PROBLEM I SUPPOSE.

VITTAL SHETTY, mangalore/abudhabi
Monday, July 23, 2012

Good news for tuluvas to have more or more tulu cinemas.Producers/directors please give some opportunities to the new tuluva talents.Wishing all success for RAMPA, Jai tulu Appe.

Rakesh shetty, mangalore
Monday, July 23, 2012

CONGRATS TO RAMPA TEAM.
PREFERENCE SHOULD BE GIVEN TO LOCAL ACTORS,KARNATAKA PEOPLES. JAI HO KARNATAKA.

 
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