Mangaluru: Ereguvuye Kirikiri Tulu comedy film to hit screens all over coast in March

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Jan 26: Ereguvuye Kirikiri Tulu comedy film produced by Roshan Veigas under the banner Veigas films, directed by famous director Ram Shetty will be released all over the coast in March this year.

The story is about incidents of irritation faced by a person for theft by another, while one person steals, another innocent person gets caught for it suffering kicks from the police and such other comical incidents of mental tension and confusion. The audience watching the film is bound to burst out in laughter.

The main cast of the film has Kusaldarase Navin D Padil, Tulunada Manikya Arvind Bolar, Mohammed Nahim, Roshan Veigas, Aishwarya Hegde, Shradda Salian, Pradeep Chandra, Harish Vasu Shetty, Sai Krishna Kudla, Umesh Mijar, Sunder Rai Mandara, Sandeep Shetty Manibettu, Dinesh Kondapadavu, Sunil Nelligudde, Sarojini Shetty, Shekhar Bhandary, Raghu Pandeshwar, Pavitra Shetty and a team of several other artistes.

The film has music by popular music director Manohar. Script and dialogues are by D B C Shekhar. Photography by Ravi Chandan, dances by Madan Harini, stunts by Mas Mada and story by Sachin Shetty Kumble.

Ram Das Sasihitlu is the co-director. The film is unique as people of all communities including Hindu, Christian and Muslims have joined hands in it.


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