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Percept signs up Pooja Gandhi
Mumbai | Friday, Oct 29 2010 IST
 
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Percept Talent today announced that it has signed up with top South actress Pooja Gandhi, as an Exclusive Talent for a period of five years.

Under the terms of agreement, Percept Talent will be solely responsible for strategising and managing Pooja Gandhi's brand endorsements, media activities and media rights, brand and image management, digital rights and licensing and merchandising rights, as well. Acclaimed Actor, Pooja shot into fame with the biggest grosser of Kannada film industry ''Mungaru Male'', after making her debut in tamil film Koki. She has never looked back since then.

Percept's alliance with Pooja Gandhi further consolidates Percept Talent's position, as a leader in the talent management space across the genres of Motion Pictures, Television, Fashion, Music, Sports and Branded Entertainment.

Pooja commenting on the development said, ''Percept being pioneers in the talent business and a professional organization, it will be a great to have them exclusively represent me in the corporate space''.

Percept Talent CEO Rajnish Sahay said his firm would adopt an agressive proactive, 360 degree strategy to promote Pooja and ensure all avenues of reach and exposure were captured and capitalised.

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