New Delhi [India], Sept. 8 : Phantom Films' first Gujarati venture, 'Wrong side Raju,' in collaboration with Cineman Productions, is all set to hit the theatres worldwide on September 9.
This will mark the first global release of a Gujarati film, proving it to be a benchmark for the regional films who often struggle for screen numbers to showcase their work.
Speaking on the same, Anurag Kashyap, co-founder of Phantom Films, said, "It's always a pleasure to back a good script, and we are happy with the way Wrong Side Raju has shaped up and also that we have found partners all over, to be able to release it worldwide simultaneously.
I feel that will help the audience to watch the film at one go, and probably reduce the chances of piracy." 'Wrong side Raju' is a thriller-drama, inspired from 2013 BMW hit-and-run case of Vismay Shah in Ahmedabad.
The trailer of the Mikhil Musale directed film has received an overwhelming response, with its song 'Satrangi Re' marking the first Gujarati track by Arijit Singh.
On a related note, 'Satrangi Re' has become the first Gujarati song to cross the one million mark in merely two weeks.