Actress Tara visits Panolibail Kallurti Daivasthana


Team Udayavani, Jan 5, 2021, 12:36 PM IST

Mangaluru: Sandalwood actress Tara Anuradha along with her family visited Panolibail Kallurti Daivasthana on Tuesday, January 5.

Speaking to presspersons after offering prayers Tara said, “I’m here to offer my  prayers to the deity as per my guruji’s suggestion.”

“This is the first time I’m visiting this Daivasthana, may the deity bless us all,” she said.

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