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Puneeth Rajkumar's PRK bags audio rights of Suri Popcorn Monkey Tiger

The production house had earlier picked up the audio rights of Suri's Tagaru

Published: 25th December 2019

The audio rights of director Suri's upcoming film, Suri Popcorn Monkey Tiger, has been bagged by Puneeth Rajkumar's PRK.

The production house had earlier picked up the audio rights of Tagaru, also directed by Suri, and the album, which features music composed by Charan Raj, still rules the charts. Suri Popcorn Monkey Tiger features the same hit combination of composer and director.

The film, starring Dhananjay in the lead role, is now in the re-recording stages, and the team plans to launch the audio during the second week of January on PRK’s YouTube channel. Meanwhile, the makers are working on the film’s teaser, which they plan to unveil for the New Year.

Suri Popcorn Monkey Tiger is said to have a mafia-centric story. The film, produced by Sudhir, has dialogues written by director Suri himself. Cinematography and editing have been handled by Shekar and Deepu S, respectively. It stars Niveditha, besides a host of newcomers, including Sapthami, Amrutha, Gautham, and Monisha Nadgir.

Suri Popcorn Monkey Tiger is likely to be released on January 24. However, an official announcement will be made only after the makers get the certificate from the censor board.

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