MUMBAI: The video library deal between Prime Focus and Bombino is off. Prime Focus, which has started its
After a loss of more than of Rs 3 million (Rs 30 lakhs), Prime Focus was planning to sell its video library to Bombino. However, the deal has fallen apart.
Rafiq Latiwala, who manages Bombino Video Pvt. Ltd. and has set-up an office in Mumbai’s Santacruz area, says, “We did not find the deal profitable and were toying with the idea. Meanwhile, we found four good titles of old films at a good price and have added them in our kitty. They are Vinod Khanna, Tanuja starrer Imtihan; Kishore Kumar, Shashi Kapoor, Kalpana and Mehmood starrer Pyar Kiye Jaa; Jeetendra, Mumtaz starrer Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari and Rajesh Khanna, Leena Chandavarkar’s Mehboob Ki Mehndi.”
Latiwala further adds, “We usually look at the entire world rights including
“In the above deal all the television rights, satellite rights and theatrical in 35 mm and 16 mm are not included,” he adds.