Tulu movie ChandiKori to be screened ín Muscat

Tulu movie ChandiKori to be screened ín Muscat on May 20

Tulu movie fans in Muscat, Oman, are gearing up for the first ever screening of the blockbuster Tulu movie “ChandiKori” during this weekend. The Tulu movie will be screened at STARS CINEMA, Ruwi, Muscat (Opposite Bank Sohar, CBD Area, Next to Al Maya Supermarket) on Friday, May 20, 2016, at 2:00 pm (gates open at 1:00 pm).


ChandiKori is a 2015 Tulu film produced by Sharmila D Kapikad and Sachin S Uppinangady, directed by DevadasKapikad, who also appears in a supporting role. ArjunKapikad and Karishma Amin star in lead roles, and Naveen D. Padil, BhojarajVamanjoor, GopinathBhat and AravindBolar feature in supporting roles. The film has successfully been screened and running for over 240 days to packed houses in Theatres in Mangalore and Udupi. The soundtrack of the film was composed by DevadasKapikad and background score by ManikanthKadri.

“ChandiKori”is a family entertainment movie packed with comedy and action and has won the Red FM Tulu Film Awards for 2016 for Best Hero, Best Heroine, Best Lyrics, Best Stunts and Best Editing. After being a huge success all over Karnataka,Mumbai and successful releases in Bahrain, Kuwait and the U.K., is now being presented to Tulu movie buffs in Muscat, with an exclusive screening only for one show on May 20th, 2016 – a not to be missed opportunity.


Tickets are available at Stars Cinema Theatre Box office and can be booked in advance from Saturday, 14th May 2016 onwards. (Advance booking timings 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2:30 pm to 10:00 pm).


  1. Hey Yumreeki RampaNNA, is this movie (‘ChandiKori’ or Wet Hen’) based on your life story? If the caliber of your jokes.. oops.. I mean posts is any indication, I’d say HAS to be. 🙂

  2. ‘Wet Hen’ writes an illiterate without knowing the implied meaning. This is what happens when people do word-to-word translation without any cultural background. Then again what do you expect from these confused groups?

  3. O. R. Pa-maam, namaskaara.

    Perfect comment, “Wet-Hen writes an illeterate without knowing implied meaning”.
    What is the use of your giving him those valuable coaching in his LKG class exercises? 🙂

    • Kudoriye ‘Chandi Kori’. 🙂

      Both the ‘Wet Hens’ do NOT understand the significance of single inverted commas that I have used! Oh well, that is because they are literal WET HENS indeed! 🙂

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