KGF Chapter 2 satellite rights for south sold to ZEE, reportedly for Rs 100 crore
The makers of the KGF Chapter 2 have revealed that the film's satellite rights for its south languages have been sold to ZEE group. Although the makers did not make any official announcement on the amount, it is said that rights were sold for a whopping Rs 100 crores.
In a big development in the film industry, the satellite rights of KGF Chapter 2 have been sold to ZEE group.
The lead actor of the project Yash also took to Twitter to share his simple thoughts on the development and also tagged films director, producer, and other cast and the ZEE groups various brands in other languages.
Yash said that he feels glad about the development and hopes the audience likes their work and the film gets catered to larger audiences
The film's producer Vijay Kiragandur's home banner Homable films also confirmed about the deal and wrote, "KGF Chapter2 locks its official worldwide satellite destination for South languages on ZEE,".
The satellite rights sale is, however, limited only to the south region which means the KGF Chapter 2 Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam language will be released on TV by ZEE ground as per their convenience.
Although none from the film team including the producer and director have revealed the details of the deal about the amount, the reports say that the rights have been sold for a whopping Rs 100 crores.
The film was supposed to release on July 19, however, due to Covid-19 second wave, the release was stalled and the lead actor Yash is keen only for its theatrical release and has reportedly rejected a whopping deal offered by OTT platform.
KGF's sequel is one of highest expected films for the year 2021 by IMDB platform's report and also features Bollywood actors like Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon. And recently during Dutt's birthday, Dutt's first look motion poster was released as part of the PR stunt.
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