A Sholay game and a Gabbar app is also being launched. A source says, “As Sholay is a cult film, the 3D makers want to make the youth of today aware about the film through mobile phones, gaming and graphics to which the youngsters are addicted to.”
The film’s spokesperson adds, “We are taking the legacy of Sholay ahead and hence creating various games and apps as it makes a perfect sync with our new audience.”
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