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Big demand for Sivaji
The unprecedented response for Rajnikanth's Sivaji all around the globe has brought smiles on the faces of its producers A V M Saravanan and his son M S Guhan.
Delighted at the audience response for the movie, the producers said, “We are extremely elated at coming out with an entertainer, which is enjoyed by one and all”.
Released in over 25 countries besides India, Sivaji has been witnessing phenomenal crowds. The bumper opening for the movie has sent Kollywood in surprise.
Saravanan says, “There were demands to dub the movies into other languages including Malay and Chinese. We are not planning anything now and would consider the demands only after consulting director Shankar and music-composer A.R Rahman. There are requests for additional prints and in several theatres abroad, the number of shows have been increased following requests from the audience”.
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