Mangaluru: ‘Yeregauvye Kiri Kiri’ to hit screens in November


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Oct 19: Tulu comedy film ‘Yeregauvye Kiri Kiri’ produced under the banner of Roshan Veigas Films, directed by director Ram Shetty likely to hit the screens in November in the coastal districts.

Tulu theater and movie actor Kusaldarse Naveen D Padil, Tulunada Manikya Aravind Bolar, Mohammed Naheem, Roshan Veigas, Aishwariya Hegde, Shradha Salian, Pradeep Chandra, Harish Vasu Shetty, Sai Krishna Kudla, Umesh Mijar, Sundar Rai Mandara, Sandeep Shetty Manibettu, Dinesh Kodepadavu, Sunil Nelligudde, Sarojini Shetty, Shekar Bhandary, Raghu Pandeshwara, Pavitra Shetty and several other actors have acted in the movie.

Well known music director V Manohar has composed music for the movie. Lyrics and dialogues are written by DCB Shekar. Ravi Chandan has done cinematography for the movie. Choreography is done by Madan Harini. Stunts are directed by Mass Mada. Screenplay is by Sachin Shetty Kumble. Assistant director is Ram Das Sasihithlu.

Director Ram Shetty and producer Roshan Veigas are planning to release the movie ‘Yeregauvye Kiri Kiri’ in the month of November.

Various comic situations in the movie will keep the audience engaged and enjoy the movie, say the makers.

 

 

 

 

  

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