Mangaluru: Tulu film ‘Golmal’ at censor board

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Feb 7: Tulu film 'Golmal' has been sent to the censor board for censoring. The film, which one of the most-awaited films of Coastalwood, will be released soon, once the team occupies the censor certificate.

The poster for the big budget film produced by Manjunath Nayak Karkala and Akshay Prabhu Ajekar, directed by Ramanad Nayak was released recently. It has raised sufficient curiosity over the film.

The film was shot in three stages. Kannada actor Sai Kumar will also be seen in the film.

Kuseldarase Naveen D Padil, Aravind Bolar, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor, Sathish Bandale, Sunil Nelligudde, Sunder Rai Manadar and others are in the cast.

Pilibail Yamunakka fame Pruthvi Ambar and Shreya Anchan are playing the lead pair in the film.


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  • Dheeraj, Katapady/Riyadh

    Thu, Feb 07 2019

    Much awaited film of Tulunadu and deserving talented actors will give their best always.All the best team Golmal.

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  • KRPrabhu, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Thu, Feb 07 2019

    Tulu film producers should try to induct new faces as main actors in the place those already in the field to avoid monotony...
    Tulu can't become hindi film. There are good talents in Tulu other than existing faces ..

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