Bhagnani to release films directly through Puja

INDIA

Film producer Vashu Bhagnani is planning to bypass the typical distribution chain and release films directly to cinemas in India through his own company, Puja Entertainment. The producer plans to invest some $30 million in the unusual effort.

Company also plans to buy and upgrade 150-200 cinemas in India.

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