digplanet beta 1: Athena
Share digplanet:

Agriculture

Applied sciences

Arts

Belief

Business

Chronology

Culture

Education

Environment

Geography

Health

History

Humanities

Language

Law

Life

Mathematics

Nature

People

Politics

Science

Society

Technology

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.

List of Tulu language films[edit]

  • 1. Enna Tangadi (My Sister)
  • 2. Daredha Budadhi
  • 3. Pagetta Puge (Fumes of Hatred)
  • 4. Bisatti Babu (Knife Babu)
  • 5. Koti Chennayya
  • 6. Kaasdaya Kandane (Rich Family)
  • 7. Udalda Todar
  • 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
  • 17. Kariyani Kattandi Kandane
  • 18. Bhagyavantedi (Lucky Lady)
  • 19. Badkere Budle (Let live)
  • 20. Daareda Seere
  • 21. Raathri Pagel (Night and Day)
  • 22. Pettayi Pili (Hurt Tiger)
  • 23. Badkonji Kavite (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. Omte 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
  • 42. Koti Chennaya (2007)[9]
  • 43. Rickshaw Driver[10]
  • 44. Pakkilu Mooji
  • 45. Barke (Kudlada Pilikulena Kathe) Part - 1[11]
  • 46. Nirel (Shadow)
  • 47. Rang (Colour)[12]
  • 48. Madhime (Wedding)
  • 49. Ekka Saka[13]
  • 50. Brahmashri Narayana Guru[14]
  • 51. Chale Polilu (Rascals)[15]
  • 52. Oriyan Thoonda Origaapuji
  • 53. Ini Atthnda Elle
  • 54. Barke (Kudlada Pilikulena Kathe) Part-2
  • 55. Mullabeli
  • 56. Soombe

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]


Original courtesy of Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulu_cinema — Please support Wikipedia.
This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia. A portion of the proceeds from advertising on Digplanet goes to supporting Wikipedia.

2 news items

The Hindu

The Hindu
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 20:22:30 -0700

The 52nd Tulu cinema 'Chali Polilu' is all set to be released this month. Produced by Jayakirana Films, the cinema featured well known comedians Devdas Kapikkad, Naveen D. Padil, Bhojaraja Vamanjoor, Arvind Bolar, Sundar Rai Mandara and others.

Daijiworld.com

Daijiworld.com
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 23:18:23 -0700

For the first time in Tulu cinema, Jaya Kirana Films have used two high tech digital cameras to shoot 'Chaali Polilu' from its inception to the last curtain call. The screen space is focussed not on one but three stalwarts of Tulu theatre namely ...
Loading

Oops, we seem to be having trouble contacting Twitter

Support Wikipedia

A portion of the proceeds from advertising on Digplanet goes to supporting Wikipedia. Please add your support for Wikipedia!