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Abheek Sinha aka Rohn debut movie is silent in the internet

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Abheek Sinha aka Rohn debut movie “1-800 Love!”, if one goes by measuring the reactions of the netizens, one can come to the conclusion that the hype is missing on this multi-starer movie. It is missing on the craze factor. Even the aura of John Abraham fails to show its online sheen.
Knowing very well that the success and failure of any movie and its acceptance among the cinegoers, is decided on the hype it creates pre-and-post release on different social networking sites like Orkut and Facebook and other online platforms.

Something ‘hot’ splutters fast in these platforms. And if it is on movies, it goes viral. So far, the online activities of the movie are silent, somber and minuscule in numbers. Even big and respectful movie sites are silent on the whole project.

There are total seven ‘Community’ that are devoted to the movie “1-800 Love!” in Orkut. The average number of members joining these communities even doesn’t cross 10. Only one community owned by ‘Nil... BreaKING d HaBIT’ has 14 members so far.

In Facebook, the number of ‘Group’ is even worse. The reason behind reserved reactions of the netizens towards the movie might be the lack of marketing tactics followed by the production house and not having ‘hot and marketable’ stars.



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  2. The movie just finished shooting. Marketing starts before release , get your facts right


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