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Golden Star Ganesh starrer Pataki which has been in the making for almost a year now will be hitting screens on May 26 throughout the state. This will be the first release for actor in 2017 and he has plans for three releases this year.
Producer SV Babu who was into just film production, will now release his film Pataki throughout the state. He has now ventured into film distribution too, and he has formed SV Distributions for releasing his films.
SV Babu recently opened an office for both his production and distribution wing in KG Road. Ramesh Aravind, Ganesh, Pataki cast and crew, KFCC Office bearers were present at the opening ceremony to wish SV Babu on his new ventures.
Apart from Production and Distribution, Babu also is a publisher and has been publishing Cine Josh magazine for some time now. Even the Cine Josh office and his editing suite will operate from the newly formed KG Road office.
Team of Pataki including SV Babu recently watched the final edit of Pataki. SV Babu loved the film and he apparently called Ganesh in the midnight to congratulate the lead actor on his work.
With complete team being very positive after watching the film prompted SV Babu to release the film on his own throughout the state. With success rate of films in current scenario, this surely is a bold step from the producer.
With release date of film confirmed, makers are now busy finalizing the release date of music. They intend to launch the music officially in a few days. Arjun Janya has composed the music.