Sardaar Gabbar Singh Pre Box Office Business Satellite, Music, Films, Distribution Rights Profit

Pawan Kalyan’s  “SGS”: (Sardar) Sardaar Gabbar Singh Pre-release box office Business profit for satellite, music i.e. audio, dubbing, distribution, films rights are sold for record price of the most awaited Pawan Kalyan Telugu action starrer “SGS”. Indra films procured this much hyped Telugu movie distribution rights for a whopping price of 20 crore. This film stands at second position in terms of selling its rights in maximum price after Baahubali. Coming on to area wise sold right are as follows below.

Sardaar Gabbar Singh Pre Box Office Business Satellite, Music, Films, Distribution Rights Profit

Sources say that many other distributors have tried to but is rights but it was lucky Dilip Tandon who got the chance to buy it for Nizam area. He has previously purchased big budget Bollywood film like Bajrangi Bhaijaan.

The film is also sold at whopping price in Andhra Pradesh, Ceded, UA, Nellore Guntur, Krishna West and East. Sources speaks that the film West rights are sold for Rs 4.60 crore.

Whereas Ceded and Andhra Pradesh total rights are purchased by distributors at Rs 42.70 crores. The film has record prices in all territories of South India including Satellite, Dub, Audio (Music) etc.

After Baahubali this is the only film which has earned 42.70 crore pre-release box office profit. Let me share it you in brief where Ceded rights stands at highest with Rs 10.70 crore, UA at Rs 7.20 crore, Guntur at third with Rs 6.50 crore, East sold at Rs 6.20 crore then continued by West at 4.60 crore, Krishna at second last with 4.25 crore and last Nellore rights stands at Rs 3.25 crores that all goes to a total price of Rs 42.70 crore of entire Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

Here is Sardaar Gabbar Singh Pre-Box Office Profit:-

Area WiseSatellite Rights in Cr.
Ceded Rs 10.70
UA Rs 2.75
Guntur Rs 6.50
East Rs 6.20
West Rs 4.60
Krishna Rs 4.25
Nellore Rs 3.25
Andhra Pradesh Rs 42.70 Crore
Total Rs 42,70,00,000

Nizam and following territory of Andhra specially target box-office collections for Tollywood film and accorsifn to Times of India, Andhra alone is a dominated Rs 1,000 crore film industry for Telugu Movies where 50% profit of generated from Nizam for such “A” grade Tollywood actors.