Shringar in distribution tie up with Pyramid Saimira for Halla Bol

MUMBAI: Shringar Films Ltd, a 100 per cent subsidiary and distribution arm of Shringar Cinemas, has tied up with Pyramid Saimara Theatre Ltd (PSTL) to distribute ‘Halla Bol‘ in the Delhi and UP territory.

Pyramid Saimira Production Ltd (PSPL), a part of the Pyrmaid Group, had acquired the worldwide rights of Halla Bol.

Halla Bol‘ which has been directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, is scheduled to be released on 21 December and has a star cast that comprises Ajay Devgan, Vidya Balan among others.

Halla Bol is a Viacom 18 and Sunrise Picture venture. Produced by Abdol Samee Siddiqui, the film is slated for a 21 December release along with another Viacom 18 offering, Welcome.

Speaking on the announcement, Shringar Films MD Shravan Shroff said, "We are extremely proud to be associated with PSTL for ‘Halla Bol.‘ We are confident that it would be the start of an extremely fruitful working relationship with PSTL. We look forward to greater alliances with them in future."

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