Mangaluru: Much-awaited Tulu film ‘Shakalaka Boom Boom’, produced under the banner of UN Cinemas, was released on January 20. The launch event was held in the city’s Kalpana Theatre.
President of fish marketing federation Yashpal A Suvarna praised the movie team for their outstanding work in showcasing Tulu Nadu’s culture through Tulu movies.
It is commendable that Udupi, a pioneer in the banking, education, and healthcare sectors, is now gaining fame in the film business. The movie gives a positive message to families, society, and young people. The film injects much-needed diversity and newness into Tulu cinema, he added.
Rotarian PHF Ramachandra Upadhyaya, assistant governor zone 4, said, ” I am happy that Tulu industry is flourishing. This movie is a brave attempt to showcase the customs and ideas of Tulunadu. I wish the team all the best.”
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Producer Nithyananda Nayak Narasinghe stated that in order to emphasize the rotary’s organ donation mission, the entire film crew has come forward for organ donation.
He urged everyone to watch the movie, which was created with the goal of giving viewers a unique experience.
Engineer Vasant Pai, District BJP Vice President Shrisha Naik Pernankila, Film Producer Umesh Prabhu Manibettu, Director Shrisha Yellare and others were present