Santhanam’s upcoming film Gulu Gulu is a road action comedy-drama film in the Tamil language
The release date of Tamil superstar Santhanam’s upcoming film Gülu Gulu has been revised from June to July 29. The film stars Santhanam, Athulya Chandra, George Maryan, and Namita Krishnamurthy, along with debutants Bipin, Yuvaraj, and Mauri Dass. It is a story about the conflicts that a person faces in their lives.
It is set to release on July 29
‘Gulu Gulu’ is a upcoming Telugu comedy-drama starring Athulya Chandra and actor Santhanam. Santhanam plays a character who has travelled the world and speaks 13 different languages. He is a narrator and explains things in a simple manner. The film is produced by Raj Narayanan and is being slated for a July 29 release.
The film stars Santhanam in the lead role and is being promoted as a comedy-drama. It is directed by Rathna Kumar, who rose to fame with films such as Aadai and Meyaadha Maan. The cast also includes Dheena, George Maryan, and Namita Krishnamurthy.
The movie will be available on the internet and in theaters on July 29, 2022. The OTT version is yet to be announced but is expected to have a huge subscriber base.
It will be streamed on Sun Nxt
The upcoming Tamil movie ‘Gulu Gulu’, directed by Rathna Kumar, is set to hit the theatres on July 29, 2022. The film stars Santhanam, Athulya Chandra, Namitha Krishnamurthy, Pradeep Rawat, and Mariyam George. The film is being distributed by the Sun group through its digital and satellite channels.
The OTT platform has yet to announce the date of the movie’s release, but there are rumours that the upcoming film will be able to stream on the platform. The upcoming movie is expected to be a big hit, with many subscribers expected to watch it on the platform.
It has been censored by the Censor Board of India
Rathna Kumar’s upcoming Tamil film ‘Gulu Gulu’ has been cleared by the Censor Board of India (CBI) with a U/A certificate. Starring Santhanam, Athulya Chandra, George Maryan, and Namita Krishnamurthya Chandra, the film is about a nomadic tribe and its way of life.
The censor board of India is infamous for its controversial decisions when it comes to approving films for public screening. One such example is the 1970s censor board’s decision to change the ending of Sholay. While this may seem a small thing, it is a shocking example of how the Censor Board’s conservative stance is often put into practice.