Dhanush “Sir” OTT release date!

Tamil hero Dhanush is the latest action message oriented movie made in Telugu. This film starring Samyukta Menon as the heroine was released last Friday in Telugu. It was also released in Tamil as Vaathi. Directed by Venky Atluri, this movie is doing well in Telugu states. Dhanush acting in his own style along with a good informative story impressed the Telugu audience. This movie got positive reviews. This earned good collections in the first weekend itself.

It is remarkable that it has collected Rs.16.54 crores in two Telugu states. Another feature is that it has collected Rs. 51 crore gross in the weekend all over the world. This sir movie collection is the highest among all Dhanush movies released till now in Telugu. Dhanush, who received a record opening on the first day, continued the same for all three days. According to the trade circles, Sir movie broke even and went into profit. Samudrakhani, Tanikella Bharani, Sai Kumar, Narra Srinivas, Hyper Adi and others also appeared in important roles. The film is jointly produced by Sitara Entertainments and Fortune Four Cinemas. It is reported that the OTT rights of this film went at a good rate.

The OTT rights of this movie have been acquired by the popular OTT platform Netflix. As there is good craze and demand for Dhanush’s films in Tamil and Telugu languages, it is reported that Netflix has bought the OTT rights for a huge amount. It seems that there is a possibility that Sir movie will be released in OTT at the end of March or first half of April. It is reported that the satellite rights have been acquired by popular television channel Gemini TV.
This is a film made to reveal the pitfalls of the education system. How has education, which should be accessible to all, turned into a business today? Venky Atluri opened the movie Sir with the point of how lower and middle class children are staying away from education due to high fees. They tried to please the audience by adding a sugar coated social message to the simple story and not like an art film.


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