Dubai:Bale Telipale, Tulu reality show has become hit in youtube there by connected Tulu natives working or settled in across the world, said Karnataka Sangh – Abu Dhabi president Sarvottam Shetty.
Sarvottam was speaking after releasing the entry passes for the forthcoming Bale Telipale, Tulu comedy programme that will be held in joint association with Shastavu Bhootanateshwar temple, Namma TV and Techno Zone.
Sarvottam commended the efforts of Vijay Vittalanat Shetty and Dr Shivasharan Shetty who have arrived with the theater artistes, with the view of enthralling the expats from undivided Dakshina Kannada district.He also urged the Tulu expats to attend the show in large numbers.
The dignitaries inaugurated the programme held at Fortune Plaza Hotel banquet hall, here by lighting the lamp.
Speaking on the occasion, Shastavu Bhootanateshwar temple chief trustee Vijay Vittalanat Shetty explained how the concept of comedy conceived and gained popularity as Bale Telipale.
Namma TV chief Dr Shivacharan Shetty said that Namma TV and Bhootanateshwar temple has been engaged in promoting Tulu and its distinct culture since the past several years.Meanwhile, the success of Bale Telipale has brought them to Dubai in order to enthrall the Tulu expats shortly, said Dr Shetty.
Mangalore Konkans – Dubai former president Santosh, BCF vice president Abdul Razak, Nama Tuluver president Shodan Prasad,Acme Building Materials director Harish Sherigar, Karnataka Sangh – Sharjah president Satish Poojary and others were present at the dais.
Reliable business enterprise director James Mendonca, Chilly Willy managing director Satish Venkataramana, Merit Freight director Joseph Mathias, Fortune Engineering managing director Mark D’Souza, Radio Spice CEO Herman Lewis, Karnataka Sangh – Dubai president Girish Poojary and others offered valuable suggestions for the success of the programme.
Namma TV UAE reporter Vinay compered the programme.
Bale Telipale, comedy show will be held at Sheikh Rashid auditorium, here on Friday November 7, which would enthrall the Tulu expats in UAE.
The organizers urged the Tulu expatriates working in different emirates across UAE to be part of this show that will guarantee lifetime of theater experience.