Tulu movie 'Pirkilu Batthera' starring Varadesh all set to release


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Mangaluru, Jul 22: 'Pirkilu Batthera' a movie in Tulu language charactered by Varadesh in the main role is ready to release. The main theme of this Tulu movie is coastal Karnataka.

Varadesh is an emerging star in sandalwood and has performed different roles in Kannada serials. He is known for his attractive personality and heart touching acting.

The Tulu Movie Pirkilu Batthera is a comedy film starring veteran coastalwood actor Arvind Bolar, Bhojaraj, Deepak Rai, Ravi Ramakunja and Varadesh. The movie is introducing two new actresses, Hasini and Salomi. The film is jointly produced by Sathish Perne and Sadhana Rai.

The lockdown imposed due to coronavirus has affected people of every profession. Those in the field of cinema were also faced with unprecedented situations. Meanwhile, the hero of this movie Varadesh utilised the time in lockdown to his advantage. He involved himself in two Kannada movies. One is under the direction of V Manohar and another is a Kannada movie where Varadesh wore the director's hat.

Basic arrangements like the story, screenplay and requirements of a technical team were set right. Varadesh is playing the role of the lead actor in both films.

  

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