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Sardaar Gabbar Singh: Pawan Kalyan film releases in 43 countries!

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 8 April 2016, 15:39 IST

The much-awaited Telugu film of the year, Sardaar Gabbar Singh has released today. The film, directed by KS Ravindra and jointly produced by Pawan Kalyan, Sharath Maraar and Sunil Lulla - under their banners Pawan Kalyan Creative Works, Northstar Entertainment and Eros International, respectively, is a sequel to the 2012 blockbuster Gabbar Singh.

It’s widely known that Sardaar Gabbar Singh will have a huge release all over India. And now, according to reports, the film has got a record release overseas. Reportedly, it has released in 43 countries, which is the highest ever for a Telugu movie. In the US alone, the film has been released at 184 locations.

Here are few the countries where the film has been released overseas:

USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, Austria, Ireland, UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, UAE, Kuwait, Muscat, Bahrain, Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.

With Sardaar Gabbar Singh, Telugu cinema is making a debut in these 23 countries:

1) Denmark

2) Norway

3) Finland

4) Italy

5) Poland

6) Ukraine

7) Austria

8) Iraq

9) Jordan

10) Lebanon

11) Zambia

12) Botswana

13) Ghana

14) Ethiopia

15) Kenya

16) Nigeria

17) Rwanda

18) Egypt

19) Thailand

20) Sri Lanka

21) Nepal

22) Japan

23) Mexico

Earlier, the Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) cleared the film without any cuts. The film's run time is 164 mins (two hours, 44 minutes). The film also marks the Tollywood debut of Sharad Kelkar, who essays the role of the main antagonist. Actress Kajal Aggarwal plays the female lead.

Looks like a potential blockbuster is on the way!

-- Sree Prasad Nair

First published: 8 April 2016, 15:39 IST
 
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