Tollywood’s recent blockbuster “Baby” has left an indelible mark both in theaters and on the OTT platform. Under the guidance of director Sai Rajesh, the film boasts a talented ensemble cast including Anand Deverakonda, Vaishnavi Chaitanya, and Viraj Ashwin in lead roles.
The movie’s immense success was evident when it raked in a staggering Rs 85 Crores Gross at the global box office. Initial projections suggested it might even breach the coveted 100 Crores milestone. However, despite a triumphant three-week run, the film’s box office collections have begun to taper off.
While the momentum remains steady on the Aha OTT platform, an exciting revelation has emerged from director Sai Rajesh himself. He’s considering remaking “Baby” in Hindi, acknowledging the need to tailor adaptations to resonate with the sensibilities of the North Indian audience.
Adding to the intrigue, there’s buzz about an impending release of the director’s cut of “Baby,” promising audiences a fresh perspective. Bolstering the project is the support of producer SKN, while the film’s resonant musical score by Vijay Bulganin adds another layer of appeal.