Kotigobba 3: Morning shows of Kiccha Sudeep’s film cancelled, actor apologises to fans
 
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Kotigobba 3: Morning shows of Kiccha Sudeep’s film cancelled, actor apologises to fans

Directed by Shiva Karthik, the movie is a standalone sequel to the 2016 film Kotigobba 2

Akshay Krishna
Oct 14, 2021
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A still from Kotigobba 3

Sandalwood superstar Kicha Sudeep’s Kotigobba 3 is releasing today and is welcomed with massive fanfare across the state. One of the big movies of the year, it is expected to do well at the box office. 

Fans have now taken to Twitter to share news of morning shows getting cancelled in a number of screens across the state. 

There is also a circular making its round on Twitter, which states that the 8 AM show for the movie is cancelled. 

The reason stated in the circular for this is financial problems between producer distributor and lab.

The star also took to social media to share a letter for the fans. The actor has apologized to the fans for the negligence that led to the situation and has requested fans to not react badly at theatres. 

Twitter users are also using the platform to talk about what could be the reason for the cancellation of the shows across Karnataka. 

While sharing their anger towards the distributors, they are also aware about the release of Duniya Vijay's movie Salaga, which is also releasing today.

The latest instalment in the Kotigobba universe, Kotigobba 3, is directed by Shivakarthik. The Sudeep-starrer is a stand alone sequel to the 2016 film Kotigobba 2.

Apart from Sudeep, the movie also features the Kannada debut of actor Madonna Sebastian, who made her breakthrough debut through the Malayalam movie Premam

Shraddha Das, Aftab Shivdasani, Abhirami, Nawab Shah and Danish Akhtar Saifi also play important roles in the movie.

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