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Saregama India partners with Pen Movies for music rights

24-October-2016
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Saregama India partners with Pen Movies for music rights

Saregama India signed a two movie deal with Pen Movies for the acquisition of music rights of their upcoming Bollywood releases which includes Kahaani 2 – Durga Rani Singh.This strategic partnership sees Saregama’s return to film music acquisition after a six year gap.

Vikram Mehra, Managing Director, Saregama India Ltd.said,“Saregama was always going to get back to film music. It’s our legacy, part of our DNA. We were waiting for the right time and the right partnership which we found with JayantibhaiGada and Pen Movies.”

Jayantilal Gada, Pen Movies said, “We at Pen are extremely proud to be associated with Saregama, the pioneering music label in India. I feel the platform that Saregama will give to Kahaani 2 - Durga Rani Singh will help the film immensely. I also thank Saregama for giving some great Bengali music for the film, which I'm sure the audiences will love to hear."

Kahaani 2 – Durga Rani Singh is the much awaited mystery thriller featuring Vidya Balan and Arjun Rampal slated to release on 2 December.

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