The digital rights of Rana Daggubati and Taapsee Pannu's The Ghazi Attack has been sold for a whopping Rs 12.5 crore. Newly launched digital video platform - Amazon Prime has snapped the rights for the film in all three languages - Telugu, Hindi and Tamil. A close source from the industry revealed to IANS, "The digital rights of The Ghazi Attack in three languages have been bagged for Rs 12.5 crore. This is a phenomenal price for a film directed by a newcomer."
IANS tried reaching the makers for an official confirmation but did not get a word. Directed by Sankalp, the film is based on the mysterious sinking on PNS Ghazi, a Pakistani submarine during the India-Pakistan 1971 war. Slated for a worldwide release this Friday, The Ghazi Attack was simultaneously made in Telugu and Hindi and later dubbed into Tamil. While the Telugu and Tamil versions are titled Ghazi, the Hindi version is called The Ghazi Attack. Karan Johar bagged the theatrical rights and will be released in a limited screen space. The film also stars Atul Kulkarni, Kay Kay Menon and the late Om Puri. ALSO READ - The Ghazi Attack movie review: This war film shines with exemplary performances by its eclectic cast
BollywoodLife.com's reviewer Karthika Raveendran saw the film yesterday and she was blown away by the performances. In her review, she wrote, " This war film shines with exemplary performances by its eclectic cast. If you want to see an inspiring story into which great effort has been put in to make it as real as possible, The Ghazi Attack is definitely for you. Also, there's Kay Kay Menon." ALSO READ - Did you know:Taapsee Pannu wanted to play a Naval Officer in The Ghazi Attack?
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