MUMBAI: Prime Focus Limited has posted a consolidated net
profit of Rs 992.5 million for the fiscal ended 31 March 2012,
a 30.4 per cent jump compared to Rs 760.9 million a year ago.
The companys net income jumped 53.5 per cent to Rs 7.72
billion during the fiscal, compared to the Rs 5.03 billion
that the company posted in FY11.
Focus Ebitda also went up 24.9 per cent to Rs 588.2
million, compared to Rs 470.8 million in the year-ago period.
Prime Focus MD & CEO Ramki Sankaranarayanan said, Our
strategy on 3D is continuing to work, with the unparalleled
success of the theatrical release of the new and old 3D titles
worldwide. Whether it is Star Wars, Avengers, Wrath of the
Titans, Immortals, Titanic or Men in Black 3, all have significant
collections worldwide, putting the rest to argument whether
theatrical 3D is viable business or not. Noteworthy, is the
success of the 3D release of the library titles
our market dominant position, bodes very well for the growth
momentum in the next year as well.
VFX business has also witnessed growth as we leverage our
strong relationships with Hollywood studios to increase our
share in the $5 billion market. We continue to invest to grow
the global digital pipeline across Vancouver, London, Hollywood
and Indian VFX content creation studios, bringing in clients
the best mix of talent, scale and technology, delivering projects,
like Men In Black 3, Immortals, or the currently ongoing Dredd.
PFL is a global visual entertainment services group that provides
creative and technical services to the film, broadcast, and