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Devara gets big Business Offers in NTR’s Fort, Ceeded

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Devara gets big business offers in NTR’s Fort, Ceeded. After a mammoth blockbuster like RRR, NTR is developing a massively planned pan-Indian film, Devara. Directed by Koratala Siva, the film’s glimpse will be released tomorrow evening, with high expectations. Owing to the craze, Devara gets big business offers in NTR’s Fort, Ceeded. 

Recently, the film business in Andhra Pradesh was affected by the lowered ticket prices. Only Rajamouli films could do big business in AP, and even the global blockbuster RRR faced losses in a few areas; all the biggies in recent times have constantly struggled to achieve the breakeven mark.

Many film businesses are getting started by quoting higher prices, but they are ultimately being reduced to lesser prices with distributors’ negotiations. Lately, Prabhas’s Salaar, which was expected to do more than 30Cr business in Ceeded, was negotiated to 27Cr, and at the last minute, it was changed to 24Cr. The same thing is happening for all the big movie businesses.

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However, the situation has not affected NTR’s Devara, and it is receiving record offers. The makers are expecting around 24- 25Cr business in Ceeded. The distributors are already in the race and ready to offer the amount quoted by the producers.

It is well-known that NTR is strong in Ceeded, and it is the best territory for him. Devara is a big, budget-heavy, mass-action drama, so the distributors expect it to do phenomenal business in Ceded. As said above, a glimpse of Devara will be released tomorrow. 

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