Shah Rukh Khan And Anushka Sharma’s Raula Music Rights Sold For 15 crores

Shah Rukh Khan And Anushka Sharma’s Raula Music Rights Sold For 15 crores:

Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma‘s Much awaited upcoming film which is rumored to be titled as RAULA is making news ever since the shoot has been started. Latest news is that the music rights of this film has been sold for whooping amount of 15 crores rupees reportedly.  We already knew that this Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film has pocketed Rs 100 crore already through some theatrical business. And now we hear that it had made another Rs 15 crore through the sale of its music rights additionally. The Sony Music India had acquired the music rights of Raula film starring  Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma Directed by Imtiaz Ali movie for ₹ 15 Crores rupees. The film music is being composed by Pritam.

Shah Rukh Khan’s Raula Indian and Overseas Distribution Rights Sold For 100 Crores

According to the sources,The all India and overseas distribution rights of the film Raula starring Shahrukh Khan and Anushka Sharma directed by Imtiaz Ali have been sold at a whopping price of Rs 100 crore approximately. The trade portal quoted that Narendra Hirawat of NH Studioz has bagged the rights exclusively. When media portals approached him, he said, “Yes I have acquired the All India and overseas distribution rights of This upcoming Shah Rukh Khan, but I will not comment on the cost of the same.”We want you to remember the time of Dilwale. During Dilwale there were reports that the makers have earned 170 crore where Rs 130 crore was through the sale of India rights and 40 crore overseas. But Dilwale was sold to multiple distributors while NH Studioz is the sole rights owner of Raula (Tentative title).Well, coming to the title, there is no certain assurance. some are calling it Rehnuma, the latest name doing the rounds is Raula, it was The Ring at the beginning. The yet to be titled this Shah Rukh Khan film has already fetched such a huge number by selling the distributions rights and now music rights.



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