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PPC to distribute ‘Spider-Man 3’ in India; allocates $ 2 million for infrastructure and acquisition of content

12-April-2007
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PPC to distribute ‘Spider-Man 3’ in India; allocates $ 2 million for infrastructure and acquisition of content

Percept Picture Company will be distributing Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man 3, which is scheduled to release globally, including India, on May 4. The company intends to release over 600 prints of the film in English, Hindi and Bhojpuri on the same day of its release across all territories in the country, excluding the four Southern states.

PPC, with its plans in Hollywood and Bollywood distribution, intends to allocate USD 2 Million for infrastructure and acquisition of content.

Shailendra Singh, Joint MD, Percept Holdings, said, “Our relationship with Sony Pictures goes back a long way and we endeavour to strengthen the same. PPC is completely geared up to set new standards in the Hollywood film distribution business with Spider-Man 3.”

Preet Bedi, CEO, PPC, pointed out, “We are proud to be distributing a film of such a stature which has for years enthralled the Indian audience. We look forward to continuing this tradition by offering the viewers an unparallel viewing experience.”

Wishing his best for the company for the distribution, Uday Singh, CEO, Sony Pictures India, said, “I wish Percept Pictures the very best in their endeavour to take this hugely anticipated film to a wide range of audiences across the country.” PPC is also supposedly working closely with Sony Pictures to devise the marketing plan for the film.

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