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Even before hitting screens, Mohanlal’s villain has gained some records. It has broken all records starting from audio rights to dubbing in Hindi.

Now Villain has also broken the record of the first 100 crore film Pulimurugan. It was the record in   Pulimurugan in overseas rights. Villain’s overseas rights was sold at Rs 2.50 crore. Pulimurugan’s overseas rights was Rs 1.75 crore.

Satellite amount Rs 7crore, Hindi Dubbing rights Rs 3 crore and Music Rights Rs 50 lakh were other achievements of this B Unnikrishnan film (Villain).

In Villain, Manju Warrier has paired up with Mohanlal. South Indian stars Vishal, Sreekanth, Hansika and Rashi are appearing in important roles. Siddique, Ranji Panicker, Chempan Vinod and Aju Varghese are other stars.  

The film will reach theatres on October 27.

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