Karthik Aryan’s film surpassed the films of Varun Dhawan, Akshay Kumar, became the most expensive film sold on OTT

Karthik Aryan’s film surpassed the films of Varun Dhawan, Akshay Kumar, became the most expensive film sold on OTT
Karthik Aryan starrer ‘Dhamaka’ has become the most expensive film ever sold on the OTT platform. According to reports, in this case, Karthik has left behind the new generation actor Varun Dhawan as well as superstar Akshay Kumar, whose films’ Coolie no. The digital rights of 1 ‘(Amazon Prime) and’ Laxmi ‘(Disney Plus Hotstar) were sold for 90 crores and 110 crores respectively.

According to reports of ‘ Spotlight ‘ rights spot boy sold for 135 crores, Netflix has done a deal of Rs 135 crores for the blast. The special feature of ‘Dhamaka’ is that it is a 24-hour thriller format from beginning to end. Apart from this, Karthik Aryan is one of the fastest rising stars, whose fans are in people of all age groups. This is the reason that Netflix did not have any problem in spending such a huge amount on the film.

The teaser of the film was released in March, the teaser of ‘Dhamaka’ was released in March. Directed by Ram Madhwani, the film is a Hindi remake of the Korean movie ‘The Terror Live’. In the film, Karthik will be seen playing the role of a journalist who is fighting against the terrorist attack in the city. His character will be named Arjun Pathak.

The shooting of the film which took place in just 10 days, in December, the shooting of ‘Dhamaka’ was completed in just 10 days. According to the report, Karthik gave 14 days of dates. He worked 8 hours a day. But he also did overtime several times. Due to their preparation and understanding of the role, the shooting was completed before the time. It is the first film in mainstream cinema to be shot in such a short time.

The shooting location was a hotel
the location of the film was a hotel, which was kept completely in the bio bubble in view of the corona transition period. Only a few scenes of the film were shot outdoors. The film had 300 people in its unit. The production team had booked the entire hotel. Also, safety protocols were followed and no outsider was allowed to enter the hotel.

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