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Shuddhi is releasing throughout Karnataka this Friday(March 17). The makers had organized a special show for media and film industry at the ETA Mall, Bangalore. The film got fantastic responses from the special show.
Organizing a special show couple of days before the theatrical release shows the confidence, the makers have on their product. With the film only getting favorable reviews from the show, film should make a good opening at box office.
Let us have a look as what journalists and industry insiders had to say about the film after watching the special show.
Singer Sparsha RK - "#ಶುದ್ಧಿ #Shuddhi Riveting! Am overwhelmed! In short of words...BRILLIANT film! @AdarshEshwar hats off! @LetsShuddhify"
Journalist Jogi - "#Shuddhi is absolutely gripping. It absorbs you and moves you. Proud about the whole team."
Meghana Raj -"#Shuddhi (kannada) is hard hitting, intense and brilliantly made! Realistic performances..beautiful music! Loved the film... a must watch!"
Madhu Daithota - " I may not b frm here, but I belong to da same gender tat gave u birth." Take a bow Adarsh Eshwarappa. Bold. Brilliant.The Best. #Shuddhi.
Producer Pushkar of Godhi Banna and Kirik Party fame missed the show but posted -"Those who have seen #Shuddi at tonight premier show were speaking Much positive. As a new wave, We all film makers strongly believe, Audience won't let down the Good contents these days.. Just 1 More day to go, Block ur tickets."
The film is releasing in a decent number of screens in Karnataka, and in other states a week or two later. With as many as five Kannada films releasing this week, the film has managed to get less number of shows but makers are optimistic that the shows can be increased with positive word of mouth.