Which company bought ‘Bruce Lee’ overseas rights ?

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Ram Charan and Sreenu Vytla’s movie ‘Bruce Lee, The Fighter’ is already making big news even before its release. Great India Films has bought the distribution rights for overseas market of this film. The company in a press meet has thanked the film makers of ‘Bruce Lee’ for giving them the opportunity to exhibit such a prestigious and big budget film under their supervision. At present they have only 4 to 5 centers in USA that are available for sale and rest of all the other locations in USA and Canada have been sold out. This is a record for any film that was sold out even prior to a press release or before months to release.

The value of the film has increased three fold due to the presence of Megastar Chiranjeevi who is all set to entertain his fans and Telugu audience with his fights and dance moves in the film. This movie is produced by super hit producer DVV Danayya. Rakul Preet Singh, one of the busiest actresses in Tollywood is paired up with Ram Charan in this jovial family entertainer. The script and dialogues are by Kona Venkat and Gopi Mohan.  SS Thaman has composed the music for this film. Great India Films has been distributing films for more than  15 years and has distributed 70 plus films from the time they have started. It is interesting to note that Great India Films were the ones to  launched Ram Charan in overseas with ‘Chirutha’ whic is  Charan’s debut movie. Great India Films have also distributed many of Srinu Vytlas blockbusters like ‘Baadshah’ and ‘Namo Venkatesha’.

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