Percept signs on Madhur Bhandarkar for two years

MUMBAI: Percept Talent Management (PTM) has exclusively signed on Bollywood director Madhur Bhandarkar as their latest talent.Madhur is following the cues of Priyanka Chopra and Karan Johar who are also Percept’s talents.

The contract has been signed up for a period of 2 years. Percept will handle Madhur‘s entire gamut of professional portfolio including endorsements, PR, event appearances and showcasing, among other services it provides.

Percept Holdings‘ joint MD, Mr Shailendra Singh said, "Our relationship with Madhur goes way back, even before the release of Page 3. We have teamed up successfully to provide some entertaining and meaningful cinema to the audiences in the past. We now move on to a different platform in our relationship, as we have signed him on as our latest talent. We look forward to working with him and welcome him back as a part of the Percept family."

About the sign-up with PTM, Bhandarkar remarked, "My last 3 films have been with them. Their professionalism and business acumen has impressed me a lot, and I am delighted to be a part of Percept once again, albeit in a new role."

With the critically acclaimed Chandni Bar, Madhur became a force to reckon with in the industry. He has since created quite a reputation for making realistic cinema by partnering with Percept in the trilogy that included Page 3, Corporate and Traffic Signal.

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