Mangaluru: Kishore Moodbidri to direct Kannada film ‘Malgudi Days’

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Feb 8: Popular TV series of yesteryears, ‘Malgudi Days’, will made in Kannada as a film. The film is also titled ‘Malgudi Days’. Power star Puneeth Rajukumar released the first poster of the film recently. He wished the best for the film after release of poster with producers, directors and technicians.

Vijay Raghavendra will be seen as the hero of the film in a unique role. The film is being directed by ‘Appe Teacher’ fame Kishore Moodbidri. The producer of ‘Appe Teacher’, K Rathnaker Kamath will produce ‘Malgudi Days’. The team will start shooting the film soon.

Videographer Uday Leela, executive producer Ravishanker Pai, editor Pradeep Nayak, music director Gagan Baderia, co director Satwik Hebbar, Shashank Narayan, Sandeep Bedra, Karunaker Udupi and publicity artiste Ashwin Ramesh were present during the poster release event.


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  • Sameer Moopa, Abu Dhabi

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Mr. Kishore Moodabidri's directorial 'Appe Teacher' was a non sense and gross movie. Almost everyone agrees that Mr. Kishore handled the sensitive issue of rape in a disgustingly manner in this movie. 'Malgudi Days' was a world class serial based on the stories by the legend Mr. RK Narayan and directed by the legend Mr. Shankar Nag. That series was a pride for Karnataka. Pls dont spoil the name of RK Lakshman, Shankar Nag by allowing these armatures to recreate it. Such a movie should be directed by great directors like Girish Kasavalli.

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