Sony Music has clinched a deal with Dharma Productions to distribute the music of its three upcoming films.
Music of "Ungli", "Gippi" and "Gori Tere Pyaar Mein" will be distributed by Sony on all physical and digital platforms.
Sony has so far distributed music for movies like "Murder 3", "ABCD Any Body Can Dance" and "Kai Po Che!".
"Each film has music that is different from each other and will definitely strike a chord with the audiences," said Sanujeet Bhujabal, marketing director, Sony Music India, in a statement.
"We are aggressively planning innovations in marketing for each of these films to create a massive impact. We are confident that music enthusiast will have a great musical year," he added.
"Gippi" is directed by debutant Sonam Nair. It will come out April 5, and marks the production house's first association with a female director. It has music by Vishal-Shekhar.
When contacted, Dharma Productions' spokesperson confirmed the development.
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