"It is a great experience to have your first film run for hundred days purely on audience support. We didn't have a big star cast, no big publicity budget. What really worked in our favour is a very, very strong word of mouth," Tripathy said in a statement.
The film celebrated its 100-day run at PVR Cinemas and Cinemax March 23 with Percept Pictures the strategic partner in the promotion, marketing and distribution of this highly acclaimed film.
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