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KAD - Overseas Releases - Stalin, Sainikudu & Nandanavanam 120 Kms

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With back to back Super hits, ATHADU and POKIRI, the most exciting phase of Prince Mahesh Babu has seemingly just begun. And KAD entertainment is very much glad to be part of it. The two successive hits have pronounced beyond debate, the Prince to be a formidable Star in the Telugu film Arena. And the Best as they say is yet to come. 

The next film to follow the above two scintillating hits couldn't be mounted better. Vyjayanthi Movies, one of the top production houses of Tollywood with Sri Aswini Dutt at the helm, known for its magnificent, memorable and extravagant block busters, is producing SAINIKUDU. 

Gunasekhar who teamed up for the first time with Prince Mahesh for the Trendsetting hit OKKADU in 2003 is at it again, wielding the megaphone for SAINIKUDU. Harris Jayaraj, who accounted for some of the biggest chart busters in recent times, for the first time provides music for a Mahesh Babu film, while Trisha who paired with the prince in Athadu, is once again the leading lady.

KAD Entertainment has acquired the entire overseas distribution rights for SAINIKUDU. This is the second major acquisition by KAD in a very short span. Only last week, KAD has acquired the Mega star's mighty forth coming film STALIN. 

Observers say that as much these films are the most sought after, that are under production, this is also the most exciting phase for Telugu movies abroad. The popularity of the films of the Top Telugu Stars is rapidly multiplying in the overseas markets. The scale on which Telugu films are released abroad is doubling up with every second film. KAD Entertainment that has significantly contributed to this ongoing transformation will be coming up with some very path breaking and spectacular marketing campaigns ever for these films. Also in the pipeline, by KAD is NANDANAVANAM 120 Kms by New Wave Film Maker Neelakanta. 

The fun begins for all movie buffs. Watch this space!

Updated on July 20, 2006