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Massive 150Cr business for Ram – Boyapati’s Skanda

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Ram Pothineni and Boyapati Srinu’s Skanda is all set to be released in another two weeks on worldwide screens. Because of the combination of actor – director and a well put trailer, the film has a good craze in trade circles, and it has done a massive business of 150 CR, which includes theatrical and non-theatrical rights.

Skanda movie’s Satellite and Digital rights have been bought by Star group for 54Cr [Al South Indian languages]. The Telugu Satellite rights have been bought by Star Maa and the Digital rights are with Disney+Hot star platform. The theatrical rights are valued at 60Cr and the Hindi version’s satellite rights will be around 35Cr. So overall, the total business of Skanda is around 150Cr which is a massive number.

The recently released trailer of Skanda has Boyapati’s style action, Ram’s impressive makeover and his commanding screen presence came positive, especially the final shots of the video were a treat for fans of mass entertainment.

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Santosh Detake cranks the camera for the film, produced in a prestigious manner by Srinivasaa Chitturi on a massive budget with high production values and top-notch technical standards under Srinivasaa Silver Screen banner. It is presented by ZEE Studios South and Pavan Kumar. Editing is handled by Tammiraju. S Thaman scored the music for the movie.

Skanda is getting ready for release worldwide on September 15th in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi languages.

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