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Anand audio bags rights of 99 for Rs. 50 lakh

This is said to the highest price for an album in actor Ganesh’s career

Published: 25th February 2019
Ganesh Bhavana 99

Seems like music composer Arjun Janya is hitting the right notes with his 100th film 99. The latest is that the audio rights of the film, directed by Preetham Gubbi, has been bagged by Anand audio for a record price of Rs 50 lakh. This is said to the highest price in actor Ganesh’s career.

The film is inspired by the Tamil hit 96, and the director has woven the subject to match the local nativity. The music director has come up with seven songs for the film that stars Bhavana as the female lead. Arjun is currently working on the sound mixing and re-recording in London.

Meanwhile, the team plans to start releasing the singles starting this week. The shooting of the film, made by Ramu Enterprises, was completed in a 35-day schedule, and it is now in the post-production stage. If all goes well, the makers are looking at an April release. However, an official date will be confirmed once the film is cleared by the Censor Board.

With cinematography by Santhosh Rai Pathaje, the cast also includes Samiksha and Hemanth, who play the younger version of the leads.

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