I’m told that Mumbai’s Reliance folks are making the rounds of New York media this week — they wanted a meeting with The New York Times, for instance, and hit up Fortune for a puff piece  — in advance of the announcement that DreamWorks 2.0 has secured its lender financing covering at least 3 years of film production. With Reliance Big Entertainment kicking in $300M of credit for a matching amount in equity funding, and distribution partner Disney lending up to $175M, and JP Morgan Chase leading the loan syndication with several other banks for a total $325M-$350M, Steven Spielberg’s and Stacey Snider’s will become a Hollywood buyer soon enough. For background see my, DreamWorks About To Announce Debt Financing.