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Dil Raju is supposed to get more profits than producer for Dasara

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If the inside reports are to be believed, producer and distributor Dil Raju is is supposed to get more profits than producer of Nani’s Dasara, it looks like he has hit a jackpot with Dasara. Dil Raju has a good idea of how a film’s potential will be at the box office. His inclusion in any kind of manner will help a film’s success.

Dil Raju acquired the rights of the film for 28 Crores, and with the teaser, the business has reached to the next level. Ceded rights have been taken for 6.5 Crores and now the Andhra areas are being quoted at 20 Crores ratio. So, the Nizam area share is almost like direct profits to Dil Raju and with the current craze the film is expected to do 10 Crores on the first weekend itself.

If Dasara gets positive talk, the movie will certainly collect 20 Crores’ share in Nizam as Nani is strong in Nizam. The producer of Dasara also made excellent profits by selling all the rights like theatrical and non-theatrical he has got around 15 Crores profits.

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Dasara has created massive buzz after teaser with its mass and raw/rustic nature. Two songs from the movie have been released, and both have received a good response from the audience. Nani’s previous film Ante Sundaraniki was a severe disappointment for him, and he’s expecting to score big with this film.

Directed by Srikanth Odela, Dasara stars Nani, Keerthy Suresh, Dheekshith Shetty, Samuthirakani, Zarina Wahab, Sai Kumar and Rajsekhar Aningi. The film is set to be released in theaters on March 30 in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, and Malayalam. The film is set against the backdrop of Singareni coal mines near Ramagundam’s Godavarikhani of Telangana.

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