Interestingly, the satellite rights of 'Bharath Ane Nenu' was lapped up by Sony for a huge amount.

Mahesh Babus Bharat Ane Nenu will be on Amazon Prime soon
Flix Tollywood Thursday, June 07, 2018 - 16:18

Mahesh Babu scored a massive success with his recent release Bharat Ane Nenu. The film had a good run at the box office and it looks like it will be hitting the digital platform soon. Reports are that the entertainer may be on Amazon Prime sooner than expected.

Also, there is a huge rush to screen the film’s dubbed versions in televisions. Interestingly, the satellite rights of Bharath Ane Nenu was lapped up by Sony for Rs 22.5 crores, which is second next to Baahubali which went on to get Rs 51 crores.

Bharat Ane Nenu opened to packed houses on April 20 and did well at the box office. Directed by Koratala Siva, the film was bankrolled by DVV Danayya under his banner DVV Entertainments. Made on a budget of Rs 65 crores, the film grossed Rs 283 crores at the box office, according to trade sources.

Starring Mahesh Babu in the title role, the film had Kiara Advani playing his lead pair. Prakash Raj and R Sarath Kumar played important roles in Bharat Ane Nenu with Devaraj, Posani Krishna Murali and Brahmaji also included to the star cast.

Devi Sri Prasad has composed music for this film with Ravi K Chandran cranking the camera and A Sreekar Prasad editing it. Bharat Ane Nenu’s Tamil dubbed version was initially planned for release simultaneously along with its Telugu version but it did not happen due to the strike in the Tamil film industry.

Eventually, the Tamil dubbed film titled as Bharat Enum Naan was out at the theatres on May 31. A political thriller that it is, Mahesh Babu played a politician and Chief Minister for the first time in his career in Bharat Ane Nenu. With its immense success, Mahesh Babu has put back the failure of Spyder.

On the work front, Mahesh Babu is yet to announce his next project details. But, reports doing the rounds suggest that Mahesh Babu's next film would be with Sukumar who last directed Rangasthalam.

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