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Shehzada Box Office In Trouble? Here's Why
Kartik Aaryan's next film Shehzada has already sparked some controversy. As the classic film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo starring Allu Arjun is scheduled for YouTube release, it appears that the film has run into yet another problem weeks before its scheduled release. Recently, Manish Shah of Goldmines Telefilms discussed it with the media.
For those who don't know, Kartik's Shehzada is a Hindi remake of the Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde-starring Telugu film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo. Just a few days before the debut of the Hindi movie, it will go live on YouTube after previously being available on Netflix and satellite TV providers.
In a recent interaction, Manish Shah of Goldmines Telefilms opened up about his decision to release Allu Arjun’s movie ahead of Kartik Aaryan’s Shehzada as it can affect it’s box office business. Manish shared, “If I have purchased a film why would someone else decide things for me? I’m not aware of it. I only understand my business. I paid a huge amount of money to buy the rights of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo. I was expecting the movie on satellite channel for the last one year. We have taken a call that once we finish one year, we will put it on YouTube. That one year has got over, so we’re putting it on YouTube. The one year call was our internal scene.”
He further revealed, “Why will Shehzada’s business get affected? That’s a Hindi movie. And this is a South movie. This film is already on Netflix. People have already watched it on Netflix. It was one of the most-viewed movies on Netflix in 2022. I have not received any calls (from the makers of Shehzada).”