Kalyan Ram, while focused in promoting his upcoming film “Devil,” disclosed the streaming partner for his highly anticipated pan-Indian movie “Devara.” He unveiled that Netflix has acquired the digital rights for “Devara,” a project currently 80% complete. Kalyan Ram mentioned plans to release a teaser soon, awaiting the completion of VFX work before announcing the date.
Expressing his admiration for Netflix’s global success, Kalyan Ram shared a pleasant conversation about the platform’s origins in a meeting with Ted Sarandos, the co-CEO of Netflix. The writer-director Koratala Siva is crafting a two part rendition of “Devara,” recognizing the story’s depth necessitates a more detailed narrative.
With the first part scheduled to hit screens on April 5th, 2024, anticipation among audiences is high. As a co-producer of “Devara,” Kalyan Ram is deeply involved in promoting his brother’s project while gearing up for the release of his own film, “Devil,” slated for December 29th.
He affirmed the substantial progress of “Devara,” expressing contentment with the shooting’s completion and the advancements in visual effects. The decision to bifurcate “Devara” into two parts signifies the dedication towards delivering a comprehensive and engaging cinematic experience.