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Hindi dubbing rights of Bichhugathii  Chapter 1 in demand- Cinema express

Bichhugathii Chapter 1 - Dalavayi Dange, likely to get dubbed in three languages 

The film stars Rajavardan, Hariprriya, and Baahubali-fame Prabhakar 

Published: 23rd March 2019

Rajavardan-starrer Bichhugathii Chapter 1 - Dalavayi Dange is in its last leg of shooting and the  Hindi dubbing rights of the historical drama, directed by Hari Santhosh, is already in demand. 

The filmmaker is also currently working on the possibility of releasing dubbed versions of the film in Tamil and Telugu. According to makers, the final decision will be taken once shooting is completed. 

“This has become possible thanks to the success of KGF. It has taken Kannada films to other languages,” says the director. About working with Prabhakar of Baahubali fame and Hariprriya, he says, “They are both known faces in the other two languages and this is a huge advantage for us." 

The film is based on the novel written by BL Venu and it is made under the banner of Om Sai Krishna Production. 

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