1st ticket of jaguar finds Rs 10-lakh bid

Published: 22nd September 2016 07:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd September 2016 07:08 AM   |  A+A-

Nikhil Kumar is getting unprecendent attention with his debut Jaguar. The newcomer has created a huge buzz in Sandalwood and already has a crazy fan following.

st.jpgWe hear a few of Nikhil fans are bidding  to buy that first ticket. Our source tells City Express, “The team of Jaguar has been receiving continuous calls from people who are ready to buy that first ticket at a high price. While a few are ready to pay a lakh for one ticket, Lokesh from Mysuru is bidding for ` 10 lakh. However, the makers haven’t decided on anything yet, and the announcement of the lucky person will be done closer to the release date.”

“It is really surprising to expect this kind of craze for a newcomer and for his first film,” says a member from the production.

Nikhil’s father and producer

HD Kumarswamy has carefully crafted his son’s launch and is making sure that Jaguar becomes a memorable debut for his son. The bilingual film made in Kannada and Telugu is slated for a worldwide release in over 1,000 theatres and approximately across 16 countries. If this is true, this will be a biggest opening for a debutant.

Jaguar made under

Channambika Films is all set to release on October 6. The film  directed by A Mahadev features Deepti Sati in the female lead with Tamannaah making a special appearance. It also features Ramya Krishna, Sharath Kumar, Sadhu Kokila Jagapathi Babu, Avinash and Sampath Raj, among others.

Jaguar has music by S Thaman and cinematography by Manoj Paramahamsa.

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