Tulu serial ‘Ambara Marler’ to be telecast on DD Chandana from Sep 24

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Sep 22: Producer and chief director Sundar Rai informed that Tulu social comedy serial ‘Ambara Marler’ produced by Arna Creations organization will be telecast on DD Chandana TV channel every Sunday from September 24.

Speaking at a press conference in the city on Thursday, Rai said, “The serial will be telecast every Sunday from 1.30 pm to 2 pm. More than 75 artistes of Tulu drama and cinema including Naveen D Padil, Aravind Bolar, Deepak Rai Panaje, Pushparaj Bollar, Sundar Mandara, Umesh Mizar, Arun Chandra B C Road, Rajesh Miyapadavu, Ranjan Boloor, Somanath Shetty Mangalpady, Ravi Ramakunja, Sunil Nelligudde, Roopa Varkady, Namita Kiran and Prathvin Polali have acted in the serial.

“The serial has been shot in Puttur, Mangaluru and some locations in Kerala. Twenty-four episodes are ready. Prasad Koyila is has done make up, Vijay Mayya art and production, Ravi Varkady is co- director, Somanatha Shetty Mangalpady has written lyrics and also sung the songs, Ganesh K is advertising art, co photography Sanjay Narayana, Ashok Bekur, background music is provided by Guru Bayar and Dhanu Rai has done main cinematography and editing. “

Ranjan Boloor, Arunchandra B C Road and Dhanu Rai Puttur were present.





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