Samantha-Surya’s Anjaan Earns Crores Before Release

The Tamil movie, ‘Anjaan‘, has been in the news for quite some time now.

Samantha and Surya in Anjaan

It is by far one of the most anticipated films this year. Most of the rights of the movie – overseas and several regional ones – have been sold even before its audio launch!

Samantha-Surya’s Anjaan Earns Crores Before Release. Tha’s right! The international rights of the movie, which is being produced by Lingusamy in association with UTV Motion Pictures, were sold to YUnited India Exports for a humongous price, according to the reports.

The regional rights of the movie have been grabbed at jaw dropping prices too. Therefore, Samantha-Surya’s Anjaan Earns Crores Before Release.


The Telugu rights have been bought by Lagadapati Sridhar, brother of Lagadapati Rajagopal. The proposed name for the Telugu-dubbed version is “Sikandar”.

There is an update to this film though. The final schedule of the movie is nearing completion and the post-production work of the film shall begin soon.

The makers have decided to not start the rights sale in sections of Tamil Nadu until after the audio launch of the flick.

The biggest reason for the buzz around the movie, however, is that the movie will bring together two of the most desirable people in the country, Surya and Samantha Ruth Prabhu on screen for the first time.

Anjaan Movie Stills had set tongues wagging as the pictures depicted some amazing chemistry between the star duo and we can certainly that they look ‘smoking hot’ on screen together.

The release date of Anjaan has been kept as 15th August, with the hope to cash in on the extended holiday weekend.

‘Anjaan’ features Surya on a never-seen-before avatar. Samantha will be seen in her usual glamorous avatar in the film. The film also boasts of a stellar supporting cast with Manoj Bajpai, Vidyut Jamwal and Dalip Tahil in the mix.

The film is being directed by Lingusamy, with Cinematography by Santhosh Sivan. Yuvan Shankar Raja has composed music for this film.

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