WHAT WHAT! Did Mammootty have his son Dulquer Salmaan cancel a Rs 40 million OTT deal for his next company in India?

Dulquer Salmaan, the heartthrob of the Malayalam industry, is setting up his first company in India, Kurup, hitting screens on November 12. opted for a digital release after waiting more than a year during the pandemic, but Mammootty persuaded the team to do so in theaters. The veteran Malayalam star had reportedly seen the film and told the producers that this film should be seen in theaters and not on OTT platforms. In fact, the creators allegedly sold the exclusive digital rights to an OTT giant for Rs 40 million, which was canceled by Dulqer Salmaan, who is the producer of the film. Also Read – Kurup: Dulquer Salmaan Announces Release Date for His First Pan-India Biggie On An Emotional Note; says: ‘The movie almost feels like my second son’

Apparently, Mammootty also said that movies like these will help exhibitors, distributors and theater owners win well after business was hit by the pandemic. Kurup, which is funded under the banner of DQ’s Wayfarer Films and M-Star Entertainments, is made on a budget of Rs 35 crore, making this film Dulquer Salmaan’s most expensive undertaking. Production of the film lasted six months and was shot in Kerala, Mumbai, Dubai, Mangalore, Mysore and Ahmedabad for 105 days. Also read: ‘Thalapathy Vijay speaks less but his works speak’, says choreographer Brindha Master

Announcing that the film will be released in multiple languages, including Hindi, DQ shared a post recently and wrote: “At last, at last, we are ready. We are ready to release Kurup. Our biggest movie yet, Kurup, it’s not caged and locked and scheduled to hit theaters around the world. ” Read Also – Ok Kanmani song Aye Sinamika: Dulquar Salman and Nithya Menon share an intimate chemistry as AR Rahman performs a heartwarming number.

Calling the gangster drama his second son, the actor added: “It’s been a long and ambitious but arduous journey with Kurup. In ideation for several years. Filming for almost a year. And months and months of post-production. And then the pandemic. There were long months when we had no idea if Kurup would ever see the light of day. But the overwhelming unanimous love, support, constant requests from all of you to wait until theaters opened, helped us survive in some of the hardest times. I have told family and close friends many times that the movie Kurup almost feels like my second son. I feel like it is something that breathes life and has a life and destiny of its own. There is no I have nothing that I have and would not do to make this movie become the best version of itself. Physically and mentally I have given everything. I know I have said many “I’s”. team that made it what it is. But I just want to speak from the heart over you my special relationship with this movie. We as a team have fought many battles internally and externally to bring it together. To do him justice. To nurture and care for it. As it grew from one idea to every day, it got bigger and bigger until what is now a giant in my eyes. Kurup, as I mentioned, always had a destiny if it’s his own. And I always knew that he wouldn’t come out until he felt the time was right and he was ready. And now is the time to finally let Kurup go free. And I pray and hope that everyone will give it wings. And it reaches great heights. Conning soon in all languages ​​in theaters near you on November 12, 2021! “

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