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Simha press meet about overseas rights
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22 March 2010


Supreme Movies LLC has bought the overseas rights of Bala Krishna’s latest film Simha and the producer Kireeti arranged a press meet on the night of 21 March to announce the same. This press meet was attended by Raju Harwani, Boyapati Seenu, Namitha, Sneha Uallal, Paruchuri Kireeti, Sagar, Surender Reddy, Danayya, Vadlapatla Mohan, Chakri, Paruchuri Prasad, Nageswara Reddy, TV Naidu etc.

Paruchuri Prasad said, “I produced a couple of movies in the past and both of them didn’t do well at box office. Even then Bala Krishna was kind enough to give me a chance to produce this movie. Boyapati Seenu came up with a nice script. We shot the film without compromising on the budget. The final output came out well and it generated business craze. The credit should go to the director. I didn’t want my name to appear as producer because of past failures and included my son’s name Kireeti as producer. When I was under stress due to over budgeting of the movie, Raju Harwani bought overseas rights and paid entire amount in full. I would like to thank Supreme Movies LLC and Raju Harwani on this eve.”

Sagar said, “Magadheera created records in USA and Raju Harwani made his debut as overseas distributor with that movie. I am sure that Simha will also do well in USA.”

Surender Reddy said, “It is nice to see a big personality like Supreme Raju promoting Telugu movies in USA. I request Raju to help out with small budgeted movies as well.”

Boyapati Seenu said, “Simha is the apt title for the story. As an audience, I know how I would like to see Balayya. And I used my audience taste to prepare script for Simha. Balayya did a performance which we have never seen from him before.”

Supreme Raju said, “I distributed Magadheera and Arya 2 in the past and both of them did exceedingly well in USA. I am hopeful that Simha will do well. Our next assignment is Ram Charan Teja’s Orange."

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