Team Udayavani, May 18, 2018, 6:20 PM IST
Mangaluru: “Pettkammi” Tulu movie produced by Ashok Shetty with co-producer Sunil Shetty, story and direction by Manjunath B.L. (Keerti) was released atMangaluru’s Jyothi Talkies on May 18th.
“Pettkammi” was released in the presence of noted producer Prakash Pandeshwar, Jaganatha Shetty Bala, Prakash Shetty Dharmavar, with Producer of Movie “Pettakammi” Mr. Ashok Shetty and Director of Pettakammi Movie Manjunath Keerthi . Movie’s Lead Actress Anvitha Sagar & Movie’s Lead Actor Shreeram, also attended the release in addition to other dignitaries.
Prakash Pandeshwar and Jaganatha shetty Bala started the programme by lighting the lamp. They later poke a few words encouragement for the newly released movie and appreciated the effort of the team. The directorof “Pettkammi” Manjunath Keerthi and lead actor of the movie Shreeram spoke about the “Pettkammi”.
“Pettkammi” presented by Malgudi Talkies has generated a lot of curiosity in Coastalwood. “Pettkammi” movie has generated a lot of attraction towards itself in the Tulu film industry.
This movie has also created a little bit of controversy. But, the variety title and intensive promotion on social network has made it possible for “Pettkammi” to blend with the people.
“Pettkammi”will also be screened at Mangaluru’s Big Cinema, Cinepolis, PVR and Udupi’s Kalpana Talkies, Big Cinema and Inox.
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