Mangaluru: Tulu movie ‘Vikrant’ to hit screens on Nov 12

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (KF)

Mangaluru, Nov 10: Tulu film ‘Vikrant’, directed by Naveen Marla Kodange and produced by Rajendra Yasho Bedrodi, will release on November 12.

“The movie will release at Big Cinemas, PVR, Cinepolis in Mangaluru, Kalpana in Udupi, Radhika in Karkala, Bharath Mall in Manipal and Bharath Cinemas in Beltangady. The film was in 35 days at Bantwal, Kalasa, Uppinangady, BC road etc,” informed director Naveen Marla Kodange.

This film will feature various Yakshagana artists. Famous Yakshagana artist Aruva Koragappa Shetty is said to be seen in a pivotal role. Radhakrishna Naavada Madhur, Bantwal Jayarama Acharya, Kadaba Dinesh Rai, Koda Padavu Dinesh Shettigar, and Poornima Yathish Rai will be also feature in the movie.

Famous coastal actor Arvind Bolar, Ramesh Rai Kukkuvalli, H K Nayanadu, Kodman Kanthappa Shetty, Ashok Bhatt Kapukolya, Sunil K R, Sandeep Shetty Rai, Rakesh Shetty B C Road, Sunitha Yekkur, Pavithra Hegde, Shruthi Bhatt Ksargod, Akshaya Kodman are also in the movie.

Vinod Shetty will be seen in the male lead and Sheetal Naik plays the female lead. The film’s cinematography has been handled by Ravi Suvarna.

‘Vikrant’ tells the story of a youth who serves the society without thinking about his own life and happiness.






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