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Sri Adhikari Brothers foray into film distribution with Pyar ka Punchnama 2

24-October-2015
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Sri Adhikari Brothers foray into film distribution with Pyar ka Punchnama 2

Media and Entertainment company, Sri Adhikari Brothers (SAB) Group have extended their latest arm into film production with their first worldwide distribution of Pyar ka Punchnama -2 along with Lotus Group promoted by Anand Pandit. The box office collection over the first weekend has been Rs 22.75 crore.

SAB Group also have an array of movies lined up for both production and distribution in the near future. Their on-going production Great Grand Mastiii is in the last stage of filming.

On the future developments, Manav Dhanda, Group CEO said, "At SAB Group, it is our relentless drive to facilitate accessibility of world class entertainment to the Indian audience across media verticals. Having engaged in production already, the distribution vertical would only be a progressive component in order to complete the value chain of the cinema business. This umbrella corporation has housed the film exhibition division as its key drivers in 2016 and will be seeing aggressive expansion in the years to come."

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