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`Chandramukhi' in South Africa

Chandramukhi completes its 100-day run in South Africa too.

Rajnikant's "Chandramukhi" has broken box office records at many places. It has been released in a dozen countries, where it is doing extremely well.

Shyam Kumar, who has settled in South Africa, distributor of "Chandramukhi" there , says:

"Sanjay, a distributor ,asked me if I was interested andI grabbed the offer. It was a pleasure to find people queuing up to buy tickets," says a happy Shyam. The 100-day run was a bonus.

What exactly has contributed to the success of the film in S.A.? ``First, `Chandramukhi' is a film for the family, answers Shyam.

``Secondly, the songs are a big hit. And youngsters clap every time Rajni delivers the dialogue."

Shyam has bought `Priyasaki,' `Sivakasi' and `Thotty Jaya' to be released in South Africa.

S. R. ASHOK KUMAR

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