Mahesh Babu's upcoming Telugu movie 1: Nenokkadine has already made it to headlines for several time for all good reasons. The latest buzz that we hear in the filmnagar is something unbelievable and a big record in the history of Telugu cinema. The rights of this Sukumar-directed flick have been sold for a whopping price of Rs 72 crores.
Eros International, one of the biggest Indian motion picture production and distribution company, has reportedly bagged the rights of 1: Nenokkadine. It is reported that this company has acquired the theatrical distribution and satellite rights, but the 14 Reels Entertainment, which has produced the film with a whopping budget, is said to distribute its rights to local distributors and its earnings would go to Eros.
Starring Mahesh Babu and Kriti Sanon in the leads, 1: Nenokkadine is touted to be a suspense thriller. The movie features Nassar, Anu Hasan, Sayaji Shinde, Pradeep Rawat, Kelly Dorji, Vikram Singh, Posani Krishna Murali and Srinivasa Reddy in supporting cast. Devi Sri Prasad has composed tunes for the film and its audio is expected to release on December 19.
However, Eros International is a leading global company in the Indian film industry. It co-produces, acquires and distributes Indian language films in different formats like theatrical, TV syndication and digital platforms. It has a distribution network of over 50 countries and has its offices in foreign countries like UK, USA, Dubai, Australia, Fiji and Isle of Man. With such big company acquiring rights of 1: Nenokkadine, Tollywood trade experts opine that the movie would surely surpass Rs 100 crore mark at the Box Office.