Bhansali goes to Korea

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Bhansali goes to Korea


Source: Mid Day 

Date: October 30, 2011 


UTV has big plans for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Guzaarish in Korea. The film opens in the country with a record number of 250 prints, beating Karan Johar’s My Name Is Khan that has held the record for the maximum number of prints released in Korea. “ It’s a very proud moment for the Guzaarish team. Black also received an overwhelming response in Korea. That’s why we decided to release a large number of prints,” said Bhansali. Earlier plans of dubbing the film into Korean were dropped since it was felt that voices to match the lead actors would be hard to find. The film will now be released with Korean subtitles. UTV Senior International Distribution and Syndication Amrita Pandey said, “ Black was the first Hindi film to released Korea. It was huge success. Guzaarish got fabulous response at the Busan film festival, so decided to go all out. We are releasing the film across the major cities in Korea including Seoul, Busan and Goyang.” Roshan and Bhansali are expected to fly down Korea for the film’s release on November 8.