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‘Oriyardori Asal' to hit screens on Friday

Special Correspondent



A still from Tulu film ‘

MANGALORE: Much publicised Tulu film Oriyardori Asal (One smarter than the other) has got U certificate from the Censor Board and will hit the screens this Friday.

The board has described it to be a comedy that can be enjoyed with family members, according to a release issued by the film's production team.

It said the film would be released simultaneously in Mangalore (Jyothi cinema), Puttur (Aruna), and Moodbidri (Amarashree). The audios of the film had evoked good response in Maharashtra and Tulunadu, it said.

The film's cast includes Kusaldarase Naveen D. Padil, Likhith Shetty, Ramya Barna, Rajesh Bantwal, Aravind Bolar, Rekha Das, and M.N. Laxmi Devi. Singer and music director Gurukiran has a friendly guest appearance.

The playback singers are: S.P. Balasubramanyam, Udit Narayan, Gurukiran, Nandita, Rameshchandra, and Sangeetha Balachandra.

The story, screenplay, dialogue and lyrics are by Vijaya Kumar Kodialbail, a well-known name in the theatre-loving Tulu land. It is produced by Roopa Vijaya Kumar under the banner Roopalakshmi Films of Mr. Kodialbail. It is directed by H.S. Rajashekhar.

Oriyardori Asal has been a hit theatre production of Mr. Kodialbail's Kalasangama troupe and has been staged at many places, including West Asia which is home to a large number Tulu-speaking people.

Mr. Kodialbail hopes to introduce advanced techniques of film-making to Tulu film world through this venture.

On the website dedicated to the new film, Mr. Kodialbail has said that people from the region, who had been achievers in every perceivable field, had not done so well in cinema.

He believes that Tulu film producers had not been coping with the challenges of the emerging trends and hence Tulu films have remained far behind when compared to other regional films. He hoped that this gap would be addressed by Oriayardori Asal.

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