Bigil

Vijay’s Bigil in nice demand.PR Handout

Vijay’s newest film Bigil is billed because the actor’s costliest-ever film. The Atlee Kumar-directorial is made with the finances of Rs 180 crore by AGS Entertainment and the excellent news is that the film has already recovered 60 percent of its investment.

Yes, the makers have been promoting the rights of the flicks after due consideration. Now, they’ve efficiently offered the digital rights for Amazon Prime for a document quantity. If the studies on the web web sites are to be believed, the it has paid Rs 20 crore for the web streaming rights.

Prior to this, the makers have offered the theatrical rights of abroad to United India Exporters and X Gen Studio for Rs 30 crore, Telugu rights for East Coast Productions for Rs 9 crore, Kerala rights for Prithviraj Productions and Magic Frames for estimated price of Rs 8 crore, Karnataka rights for Gokul Raj for estimated worth of Rs 8 crore, South Indian satellite tv for pc rights to Sun Pictures for Rs 28 crore and audio rights for Sony Music for rumoured worth of Rs 3.5 crore.

Add Rs 20 crore from digital rights, the entire pre-release business made by the Vijay-starrer, thus far, stands at Rs 106.5 crore. It means the movie has already recovered shut to 60 percent of its investment.

The deal is but to be finalised on the Tamil Nadu rights and Hindi dubbing together with satellite tv for pc rights which may simply add one other Rs 100+ crore to its tally. In whole, the pre-release business of Atlee’s movie, which has Nayanthara within the feminine lead, would possibly simply cross Rs 210+ crore.

Telugu dubbing rights (Andhra and Telangana): Rs 9 crore
Kerala theatrical rights: Rs 8 crore
Karnataka theatrical rights: Rs 8 crore
Overseas distribution rights: Rs 30 crore
South Indian satellite tv for pc rights: Rs 28 crore
Audio rights: Rs 3.5 crore
Digital streaming rights: Rs 20 crore

Nayanthara and Vijay's poster from Bigil

A poster of Vijay and Nayanthara in Bigil.PR Handout

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