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Tulu cinema

Tulu film industry is a part of Indian cinema. It produces 2 to 3 films annually. The first film being Enna Thangadi released in 1971. Usually these films are released in theatres across the Tulu Nadu region and on DVD.[1] The critically acclaimed Tulu Film Suddha, won the award for the best Indian Film at the Osian film festival held at New Delhi in the year 2006.[2][3][4] Oriyardori Asal released in 2011 is the most successful Tulu film till date.[5]

  • The first Tulu film is Enna Thangadi released in 1971.
  • Dareda Budedi produced by K.N. Taylor was the second feature film released in 1971.
  • Koti Chennaya (1973) directed by Vishu Kumar was the first history-based Tulu cinema.
  • The first Tulu colour film Kariyani Kattandi Kandani was produced in 1978 by Aroor Bhimarao.
  • Bisatti Babu produced in 1972 was the first film to receive the State government award as the best Tulu film.
  • Bangar Patler produced in 1993 by Richard Castelino has bagged the highest national and international awards.
  • September 8, directed by Richard Castelino, starring Kannada actor Sunil and Kannada writer, Dr. K Shivaram Karanth was shot in 24 hours entirely in Mangalore, a record in the world cinema.
  • Sudda won the award for the best Indian film at the eighth Asian Film Festival "Ocean - Cinefan"[6]
  • Nirel directed by Ranjith Bajpe, produced by Shodhan Prasad and co produced by San Poojary will be the first Tulu movie totally produced overseas.

Contents

  • List of Tulu language films 1
  • Awards 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

List of Tulu language films

  • 1. Enna Tangadi (My Sister)
  • 2. Daredha Budedhi(wedded wife)
  • 3. Pagetta Puge (Fumes of Hatred)
  • 4. Bisatti Babu (Knife Babu)
  • 5. Koti Chennayya
  • 6. Kaasdaya Kandane (Rich Family)
  • 7. Udalda Tudar(Light Of Heart)
  • 8. Yaan Sanyasi Aape (I will become a Saint)
  • 9. Bayya Mallige (Dusk Jasmine)
  • 10. Yer Malthina Tappu (Whose Mistake was it ?)
  • 11. Saaviradorti Saavithri (Saavithri - The one in a Thousand)
  • 12. Inquilab Zindabad
  • 13. Tulu Naada Siri (The Richness of Tulu Nadu)
  • 14. Sangama Saakshi (Witness of the Union)
  • 15. Nyaayogaad Enna Baduku (My life is for Justice)
  • 16. Bollidota(Silver Garden)
  • 17. Kariyani Kattandi Kandani(Husband not tied Mangalasutra)
  • 18. Bhagyavantedi (Lucky Lady)
  • 19. Badkere Budle (Let live)
  • 20. Daareda Seere(wedding saree)
  • 21. Raathri Pagel (Night and Day)
  • 22. Pettayi Pili (Hurted Tiger)
  • 23. Badkonji Kabite (Life is a Song)
  • 24. Satya Olumdu (Where is the Truth ?)
  • 25. Bangar Patler (Gold-hearted Patel)
  • 26. Badk Da Bile (The value of Life)
  • 27. September 8
  • 28. Kaala (Time)
  • 29. Mari Bale (The Evil Trap)
  • 30. Onthe Edjast Malpi (Please adjust a bit)
  • 31. Suddha (The Cleansing Rites)
  • 32. Kadala Mage (Son of the Sea)
  • 33. Birse (Intelligent)
  • 34. Kanchilda Baale (Blessed Girl)[7]
  • 35. Oriyardori Asal (One Smarter than the other)
  • 36. Aamait Asal Eemait Kusal (Comedy of Errors)
  • 37. Bangarda Kural (Golden Corn)[8]
  • 38. Telikeda Bolli (Smiling Star)
  • 39. Sompa
  • 40. Gaggara
  • 41. Badi(Dowry)
  • 42. Koti Chennaya (2007)[9]
  • 43. Rickshaw Driver(Auto driver)[10]
  • 44. Pakkilu Mooji(Three birds)
  • 45. Barke-Kudlada Pilikulena Kathe(Name of the place in Mangaluru)[11]
  • 46. Nirel (Shadow)
  • 47. Rang (Colour)[12]
  • 48. Barke 2-Kudlada Pilikulena Kathe(Name of the place in Mangaluru)
  • 49. Brahmashri Narayana Guru Swamy(Story of famous saint narayana guru)[13]
  • 50. Chaali Polilu (Rascals)[14]
  • 51. Ekka Saka[15]
  • 52. Oriyan Thoonda Origaapuji(Dislike each other)
  • 53. "Ini Athnda Elle"(Today Or Tomorrow)
  • 54. "Madime"(Wedding)
  • 55. Mullabeli(compound of thorn)
  • 56. Soombe(Delete/Sorry/Not Done/Erase)
  • 57. "Bailakural''''Bold text'"
  • 58 "Rangdha Dibbana"(colourful wedding procision)
  • 59 "Madme Onji Avodattha"(should get marry)
  • 60 " Beere Devu Poonje"(
  • 61 Super Marmaye(Best Son-in-LAW)*[16]
  • 62 " Rambarooti "( mash up )

Awards

See also

References

  1. ^ Ee Prapancha: Tulu Cinema at 35
  2. ^ http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=1063429/
  3. ^ "Things fall apart". The Hindu (Chennai, India). 2006-04-29. 
  4. ^ "Filmmaker extraordinary". The Hindu (Chennai, India). 2006-07-21. 
  5. ^ Oriyardori Asal' headed for 175-day run in theatres!"'". Dakshintimes.com. Retrieved November 7, 2011. 
  6. ^ "It's been a roller-coaster for 40 years". Chennai, India: The Hindu. May 20, 2011. Retrieved May 20, 2011. 
  7. ^ http://www.mangalorean.com/news.php?newstype=local&newsid=229420
  8. ^ http://www.mangalorean.com/news.php?newstype=broadcast&broadcastid=282874
  9. ^ http://archive.deccanherald.com/Content/Jul252007/district2007072514964.asp
  10. ^ http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=191685
  11. ^ http://www.udayavanienglish.com/news/434145L14-Tulu-movie--Barke--released-in-Mangalore.html
  12. ^ "Johnny Lever to act in a Tulu film - The Times of India". The Times Of India. 
  13. ^ http://www.mangalorean.com/news.php?newstype=broadcast&broadcastid=441199
  14. ^ http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=222084
  15. ^ http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=204856
  16. ^ http://www.seeandsaynews.in/tulunadu/mangaluru/1597-super-marmaye-a-comedy-entertainer-by-stunt-master-ram-shetty.html

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