Jawan Movie’s Music Rights Sold For A Record Price!

Jawan Movie’s Music Rights Sold For A Record Price!

Jawan Movie’s Music Rights Sold For A Record Price!

In a groundbreaking deal, the music rights of the highly anticipated Shahrukh Khan film Jawan have been sold for a staggering ₹36 crores to the renowned music label, T-Series. This significant sale has set a new record for the highest amount paid for music rights in Indian cinema.

The competition for these music rights was fierce, attracting the attention of several major players in the industry. However, it was T-Series’ astronomical bid that ultimately emerged victorious.

The previous record-holder for the highest music rights sale was none other than Shahrukh Khan’s own film, “Pathaan,” which had fetched whopping ₹30 crores for its music rights in all languages. However, Jawan movie has managed to surpass this milestone and claim the top spot.

Top 7 Record-holders Pan India Movies for the Highest Music Rights Sale 

  1. Jawan – 36 Crore (Hindi only)
  2. Pathaan – 30 Crore (All Languages)
  3. RRR – 25 Crore (All Languages)
  4. Saaho – 22 Crore (All Languages)
  5. Pushpa – 20 Crore (All Languages)
  6. Leo – 16 Crore (All Languages)
  7. Baahubali2 – 10Cr (All Languages)

Also Read: Jawan OTT Rights, Music & Satellite Rights Price Revealed!

The Jawan movie promises to be a cinematic spectacle, bringing together the talents of Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara, and Vijay Sethupathi, with the directorial finesse of Atlee Kumar. Fans and critics alike are eagerly awaiting the film’s release on 7th September, which is being presented under the banner of Red Chillies Entertainment.

The extraordinary investment in the music rights of Jawan reflects the tremendous anticipation and confidence surrounding the film. With such an impressive cast, a talented director, and a record-breaking music rights deal, it seems Jawan movie is poised to make a significant impact on the Indian film industry.

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