Mangaluru: Tulu movie 'Peperere Pererere' to release on March 7 on Namma Kudla Talkies


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Mar 5: 'Peperere Pererere' Tulu movie which is produced under Nishan Varun Movies banner and directed by Vijay Shobharaj Pavoor will be released on March 7 at Namma Kudla Talkies.

The movie will have three shows at 1.30 pm, 6 pm and 9 pm on Sunday, March 7 in Namma Kudla Talkies. It will be screened every Sunday of the month of March with three shows each Sunday which means a total of 12 shows.

Later, the movie will be screened in multiplexes and other places like Bengaluru and Mumbai.

Story, screenplay, dialogues and direction of the movie is done by Vijay Shobharaj Pavoor. Rahul Amin is the co-director of the movie. Nishan Krishna Bhandary and Varun Salian are the producers of the movie. Cinematography is done by Prashanth Patil. Editing is done by Ashok and Sushanth Shetty. Music is provided by Guru Bayaru and background music by Prasad K Shetty.

The cast of the movie includes starwalts of Tulu movies like Devadas Kapikad, Naveen D Padil, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor and Aravind Bolar. They are ably supported by Deepak Rai Panaje, Sathish Bandale, Saikrishna Kudla, Umesh Mijar, Arun B C Road, Bantwal Jayaram Acharya, Dinesh Kodapadavu, J P Tuminadu, Timmappa Kulal, Suresh Kulal, Indushekhar Shetty, Aravind Rao, Shashiraj Kavoor, Vijay Shobharaj Pavoor, Karunakar Saripalla, Prashanth C K, Natashekara Naravi, Maithri Kashyap, Chaithra Shetty, Sunita Ekkooru, Pinky Rani, Namitha Kuloor, Ashwij Shetty and Anwisha Vamanjoor.

There are four songs in the movie. The song 'Athalavithalashoora' penned by Umesh Mijar is sung by Bhojaraj Vamajoor and is already a hit. 'Sahityada Baduke Onji Udigere' song written by Shashiraj Kavoor is sung by Kalavati Dayanand Udupi. 'Katheyonji Mokeda Shruvand' song penned by Shashiraj Kavoor is sung by Shameer Mudipu and 'Navyarantha Namgen Gothu' song written by renowned cinema lyricist Yogaraj Bhat is sung by Devadas Kapikad.

Speciality of the movie is that two songs are sung by doyens of Tulu Cinema Bhojaraj Vamanmjoor and Devadas Kapikad.

What is Namma Kudla Talkies?

Namma Kudla Talkies means the idea of your own home at talkies. Any house that has cable TV connection can watch new Tulu movies. All cable operators of Malnad Infotech and V4 Infotech will provide a separate Namma Kudla Talkies channel to their customers. Generally in other TV channels Rs 120 is charged for normal TV and Rs 160 in special TV. This movie can be watched 12 times in one month in channel number 88 or 888 as three shows on every Sunday of March month. The viewers have to get in touch with their respective cable operators in order to watch the movie.

The movie will be streamed online from 3 pm of March 7 for those who have bought OTT tickets of the movie. People who are residing at places other than Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts can watch the movie on www.nishanvarunmovies.com by buying the ticket.

Earlier we have given several lucky draw options to people who have bought tickets on OTT with prizes like Tablet, Mobile, Laptop, Activa scooter etc. The remaining bumper draw of car will be given in the lucky draw that will be conducted after two weeks of cinema release.

 

 

 

 

  

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