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Did 'Shehzada' Makers Actually Pay Rs. 8 Crores To Not Air 'Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo' On Television? Manish Shah Reveals The Truth

Did 'Shehzada' Makers Actually Pay Rs. 8 Crores To Not Air 'Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo' On Television? Manish Shah Reveals The Truth

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Mumbai, January 21 - Thanks to producer Manish Shah of Goldmines Telefilms, most of the south Indian movies' Hindi dubbed versions are popular among the Hindi audiences. He introduced the idea of releasing dubbed versions on satellite channels more than a decade ago and continuing to do that.

The recently released Allu Arjun's "Pushpa - The Rise", however, brought Goldmines Telefilms in the spotlight like never before. The company released the Hindi version of the film in theaters and it surprised one and all with its blockbuster success, by collection over Rs. 85 crores.

Manish Shah is now gearing up to release the Hindi version of Allu Arjun's 2020 blockbuster "Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo" in theaters on January 26. Interestingly, the Hindi remake of the film is currently under production starring Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon in the lead roles.

Since the remake of AVPL is in the works, it was recently reported that the makers of "Shehzada" had paid Rs. 8 crores to Manish Shah to not air AVPL on television as it might affect their film when it releases in theaters. Manish Shah, however, has denied getting paid for not to air the film.

"Not at all", Shah told Bollywood Hungama. "All these films have been brought to my channel. Hence, I don't need to sell it to any other channel. Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo is also one such film. It's a blockbuster. I'll play it on my channel. I have nothing to do with the makers of Shehzada".

Manish Shah, meanwhile, is planning to release the Hindi version of Ram Charan and Samantha Ruth Prabhu's "Rangasthalam", directed by Sukumar, in February in theaters. The theatrical release of the film, however, depends on the outcome of AVPL. If AVPL does well, then it is sure that "Rangasthalam", along with a few South Indian films will get theatrical releases in Hindi.

Stay tuned...

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