DAR Motion Pictures to have Yash Raj Films distribute "D-Day" overseas

MUMBAI: DAR Motion Pictures has announced that their upcoming film "D-Day" would be distributed internationally by Yash Raj Films.

DAR Motion Pictures has long-term creative and business partnerships with Anurag Kashyap Films and phantom. Having previously made India‘s first stereoscopic film Haunted 3D, we have progressed to be a proud part of the cannes film festival‘s award winning film ‘The Lunchbox‘ directed by Ritesh Batra , as well as ‘Ugly‘ directed by Kashyap. Having teamed up with some of the best in the business and distributing some landmark films like ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ and ‘Fast and Furious 6‘ through its distribution network, DAR continues to strive towards content driven cinema. This time they have chosen to team up with Yash Raj Films to distribute their latest and much awaited production D-Day overseas.

D-Day releases in theatres worldwide on 19 July 2013. It is directed by Nikhil Advani.


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Commenting on the collaboration DAR Media director Vivek Rangachari says, "We are extremely excited about the collaboration between DAR and Yash Raj for this film. D-Day is probably one of the most daring films made recently in Indian cinema. We hope that the additional efforts from Yash Raj overseas will only augment the success of the film."

DAR head of distribution Murli Chattwani, at says, "D-Day is a film worth a collaborative effort between DAR and Yash Raj Films. It is a film that every Indian must watch and we hope to receive a tremendous response from the audiences worldwide for this film."

YRF international operations VP Avtar Panesar says, "We at YRF have tremendous respect for DAR Media and their endeavours to produce content that truly stands out and we feel that D-Day is yet another step in that direction. We are delighted to be entrusted with this project and are confident of its appeal to all sections of the audiences."

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