GABBAR SING BY GADDAM PRADEEP KUMAR (LEO ENT) IN UK AND EUROPE
LEO ENTERTAINMENT, one of the leading players in UK AND EUROPE market bagged complete uk and europe theatrical rights of the prestigious Pawan Kalyan’s Gabbar Singh.
“HE IS ON THE WAY TO DO SOME THING FOR THIS SUMMER”
” UPCOMING FLICKS ARE PLANNED BEFORE OR AFTER “GABBARSINGH”
” ALL RIGHTS ARE RESERVED BY POWERSTAR TO ROCK THIS SUMMER 2012″
Power start Pawan Kalyan’s Gabbar Singh which needs no introduction has created tremendous hype after releasing first teaser which got huge hits in couple of hours. “Naaku konchem tikkundi Kani daniko lekkundi” dialogue has become instant hit and Gabbar Singh filled with more dialogues like these. It is an out and out non-stop entertainer which was directed by Harish Shankar (Mirapakai fame).
Power star in & as Gabbar Singh followed by sizzling beauty Shruthi Hassan, Sonu sood, Suhasini Manirantham, Kota Srinivas Rao, Naagineedu, Tanikella Bharan, Comedy king Brahmanandam and many more.
After Jalsa, Devi Sri Prasad is repeating the magic with Gabbar Singh. Audio which is slotted for April 15th release is expected to rock the market including item song which will be performed by Bollywood blockbuster Munni Badnaam’s Malaika Aurora Khan.
Leo Entertainment is really excited to be part of this film and we already overwhelmed with enquires from different locations even before closing this movie.
Our sincere thanks to BLUESKY Mr. srini garru and lal garru for making Leo entertainment as part of this venture.
To become a part of this great project please feel free to contact,
FIRST TIME IN EUROPE TELUGU FILM HISTORY RELEASING WITH PREMIER SHOWS
for screeing in uk and europe contact:
GADDAM PRADEEP- 07809637218,020-337-17164,
YARLAGADDA HARISH BABU- 07596089372,07807800884.
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