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Q1-17: Diversified mix boosts Eros revenue

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BENGALURU: The Sunil Lulla-led Eros International Media Limited (Eros) reported 22.2 percent increase in total revenue including other income (TR) for the quarter ended 30 June 2016 (Q1-17, current quarter) as compared to the corresponding quarter of the previous year (Q1-16).

Eros reported lower revenue of Rs 411.08 crore in the current quarter as compared to total revenue of Rs 480.59 crore in Q1-16, but considering the one-time sale of digital rights of Rs. 1,44.20 crore, its revenue for Q1-16 works out to Rs 336.39 crore. The company says that a diversified movie mix that included worldwide releases of
Housefull 3, Ki and Ka, Nil Battey Sannata, Sardaar Gabbar Singh (Telugu), 24 (Tamil), amongst other releases helped in the double-digit increase in revenue.

Total comprehensive income including other income after taxes in Q1-17 increased 42.9 percent year-over-year (y-o-y) to Rs 73.87 crore (18percent margin) from Rs 51.70 crore (15.4 percent margin on Rs 336.39 crore, 10.9 percent margin on TR).

Finance cost in the current quarter increased 9.7 percent y-o-y to Rs 9.40 crore from Rs 8.57 crore. Total Expenditure in Q1-17 declined 14.4 percent to Rs 329.37 crore from Rs 384.94 crore in Q1-16. Employee Benefit Expense in the current quarter increased 52.6 percent to Rs 17.50 crore from Rs 11.54 crore in Q1-16.

The company also had a diversified revenue mix comprising Theatrical Revenues – 52.1%, Overseas Revenues – 17.2% and Television & Others – 30.7% as a percentage of Income from Operations.

Company speak

Commenting on the performance of Q1-17, Eros, executive vice chairman & MD Sunil Lulla said, “Fiscal 2017 has begun on an excellent note for Eros International with notable progress on operational and strategic parameters. Our approach towards investing in high quality portfolio of film content, which is greenlit at appropriate budgets and is monetized across various revenue streams, continues to yield positive results.".

"This year is also marked by strong pre-sales of majority of our film slate including, Dishoom, Baar Baar Dekho, Rock On 2, Banjo as well as regional films to leading satellite channels, as a part of our de-risking strategy and ensuring revenue and cash flow visibility," Lulla said.

"Q2-17 has also begun well with the power packed performance of Dishoom and Happy Bhaag Jayegi and our Telugu release Janatha Garage is heading to be the biggest Telugu grosser of this year,” Lulla added.

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