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Mangalore: Tulu movie 'Brahmashri Narayana Guru Swamy' hits theatres



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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (MD)

Mangalore, May 2: Tulu film 'Brahmashri Narayana Guru Swamy', produced under the banner of Tungabhadra Films, released at Jyothi theatre here on Friday May 2.

Kalyani, mother of director Rajshekhar Kotian inaugurated the movie release ceremony.


Story writer Mulky Chandrashekar Suvarna expressed his gratitude to all present. Sweets were also distributed on the occasion.

After the inauguration, director Rajshekar said, "It is a great day to release the movie and I am very happy to be part of such a movie.

"Sri Narayana Guru is admired by all, especially by people in Mangalore. This is my Tulu  directorial debut. I have been in the film industry since 1996; I have worked alongside many great actors such as Ravi Chandran, Darshan, Sudeep and many more. We cannot predict the future of the Tulu movie industry as there are many pros and cons about Tulu films," said Rajshekar, requesting people to watch the movie and support the industry.

'Brahmashri Narayana Guru Swamy' released at five theaters across Udupi and Mangalore.

T A Srinivas, Pitambara Peraje, Harish Shetty, Santhosh Shetty, Ravi Poojari, Shivakripa Kasargod, Venkatadri, Dhanaraj, Anil V P and others were also present.

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