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Tulu film industry is a part of Indian cinema. Tulu film Industry also called as Coastalwood. It produces 3 to 5 films annually. The first film being Enna Thangadi released in 1971. Usually earlier these films were released in theatres across the Tulu Nadu region and on DVD.[1] But Currently Tulu film Industry grown to the level where films are releasing simultaneously in Mangalore, Udupi and Mumbai, Bangalore and Gulf Countries. 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] During the year 2011 Tulu Film Industry got second life by release of film called Oriyardori Asal. The film turned out to be the biggest hit in Tulu film history 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 received the highest national and international awards.
  • September 8, directed by Richard Castelino, starring Kannada actor Sunil and Kannada writer, 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.
  • Chaali Polilu directed by Virendra Shetty Kavoor was a highest grossing film in Tulu film industry.

List of Tulu films[edit]

  1. Enna Tangadi (My Sister)
  2. Daredha Budedhi (Official wife)
  3. Pagetta Puge (Fume of Hate)
  4. Bisatti Babu (Knife Babu)
  5. Koti Chennayya
  6. Kaasdaya Kandane (Money is honey)
  7. Udalda Tudar (Flame Of Heart)
  8. Yaan Sanyasi Aape (I will be a Saint)
  9. Bayya Mallige (Evening Jasmine)
  10. Yer Malthina Tappu (Who the wrong)
  11. Saaviradorti Saavithri (Saavithri - The one in Thousand)
  12. Inquilab Zindabad
  13. Tulu Naada Siri (Wealth of Tulunad)
  14. Sangama Saakshi (Witness of Union)
  15. Nyaayogaad Enna Baduku (life for Justice)
  16. Bollidota (Silver Garden)
  17. Kariyani Kattandi Kandani (unofficial husband)
  18. Bhagyavantedi (Fortune Lady)
  19. Badkere Budle (Let me live)
  20. Daareda Seere (The wedding saree)
  21. Raathri Pagel (The Night and Day)
  22. Pettayi Pili (Wounded Tiger)
  23. Badkonji Kabite (Life is poet)
  24. Satya Olundu (Where is Truth)
  25. Bangar Patler (Gold-hearted Patel)
  26. Badk Da Bile (The life value)
  27. September 8
  28. Kaala (The Time)
  29. Maari Bale (Mari bale-The fishing net)
  30. On the Edjast Malpi (Just adjust)
  31. Suddha (Pure)
  32. Kadala Mage (The Son of Sea)
  33. Birse (The Smart)
  34. Kanchilda Baale (Blessed Girl)[7]
  35. Oriyardori Asal (Smarter than other)
  36. Aamait Asal-Eemait Kusal (Edge of gentle-edge of mischief)
  37. Bangarda Kural (Golden Corn)[8]
  38. Telikeda Bolli (Smiling Star)
  39. Sompa
  40. Koti Chennaya [9][10]
  41. Badi (Dowry)
  42. Gaggara (The Anklets)
  43. Rickshaw Driver (Auto driver) won Karnataka State Film Award for Best Regional film[11]
  44. Pakkilu Mooji (Three birds)
  45. Barke-Kudlada Pilikulena Kathe (Barke- The saga of Manglore rowdism)[12]
  46. Nirel (The Shadow)
  47. Rang (The Colour)[13]
  48. Barke 2-Kudlada Pilikulena Kathe (Barke 2 sequel)
  49. Brahmashri Narayana Guru Swamy (Story of famous saint narayana guru)[14]
  50. Chaali Polilu (Rascals)[15]
  51. Ekka Saka [16]
  52. Oriyan Thoonda Oriyagapuji (One against Other)
  53. Ini Athnda Elle (Today Nor Tomorrow)
  54. Madime (The Wedding)
  55. 'Mullabeli (Compound of Thorn)
  56. Soombe (Sorry)
  57. Bailakural
  58. Rangdha Dibbana (colourful Marry)
  59. Madme Onji Avodattha (Would like to Marry)
  60. Beere Devu Poonje (The Hero - Devu poonja)
  61. Super Marmaye (Super Son-in-Law)*[17]
  62. Rambarooti (The Mash Up)
  63. Right Bokka Left-Nadutu Kudonji (One more between right and left)
  64. Dhand(Army)

65. Chandi Kori(Calm Rooster)

66.Guddadha Bhootha"( Hills God )

Awards[edit]

See also[edit]

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The Hindu
Mon, 25 May 2015 04:03:45 -0700

Another Tulu movie Dand will hit theatres on May 29, making it the 57th Tulu cinema in the series. Produced by Sandhya Creations, the cinema has been shot in Mangaluru, according to its producer Shodhan Prasad. Addressing presspersons here on ...

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The Hindu
Wed, 29 Apr 2015 17:11:15 -0700

Another Tulu cinema will hit the cinemas in Dakshina Kannada and Udupi on May 1. Produced by Lakumi Cine Creations the film 'Ekkasaka' (plenteous) will be released in 11 cinemas in the two districts. It features Sonal Monteiro, a native of Padil, as ...
 
SeeandSay
Fri, 01 May 2015 04:23:35 -0700

In the 44 years history of tulu cinema; more number of cinemas are released in past 2-3 years. It is a good development but more light must be put on tulu language and culture”. He wished all the luck to the movie. The film is released in almost all ...

The Hindu

The Hindu
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 00:01:54 -0700

... produced and directed more than 10 Tulu cinemas and wrote scripts for about 20 Tulu dramas. Tulu art director Tamma Lakshmana told The Hindu that late Mr. Tailor was the founder of Tulu cinema. He first produced the Tulu film “Dareda Budedi” in 1971.
 
Deccan Herald
Sat, 14 Mar 2015 11:45:00 -0700

Regional films. Trapped in time A scene from one of the all-time Tulu hits 'Bayya. At a time when many film producers and actors are struggling to survive and even the best films fail to cross the 50-day mark, a Tulu film has managed to complete 100 ...

Times of India

Times of India
Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:24:31 -0800

Tulu cinema's best-known comic artistes Devdas Kapikad and Naveen Padil jointly won the best supporting actor (male). Sandalwood choreographer Madan Harini was adjudged best choreographer for Bangarda Kural, while Ramya Barna won best actor ...

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Scroll.in
Sat, 11 Apr 2015 03:07:13 -0700

The arrival of two films within a two-month gap is a flood compared to the steady trickle that constitutes Tulu cinema. Since the first Tulu film Enna Thangadi (My Sister) was completed in 1971, only 54 films have been released. The number of ...

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IndiaGlitz
Wed, 28 Jan 2015 22:33:45 -0800

Tulu cinema industry in the 100 years of Indian cinema has completed 42 years of stint and going ahead with many quality films off late. As a mark of tribute to centenary of Indian cinema director Sandeep Malani has come up with 'Tulu Cinematosava ...
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