All distributors suffered significant losses as a result of “Acharya,” one of the all-time worst failures starring Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan.
In the Telugu film industry, it is customary for producers and lead performers to reimburse distributors for their losses if a movie loses more than 60% of its initial expenditure.
On April 29, 2022, “Acharya” was made public. Ram Charan and Chiranjeevi have decided to give back a portion of their compensation. However, the team has not yet paid the distributors any money.
The explanation is that producer Niranjan Reddy and director Siva Koratala are awaiting payment from Amazon Prime.
Amazon purchased the streaming rights to the movie. The OTT provider also consented to pay more money in exchange for early streaming privileges. The creators haven’t yet received the whole sum from Amazon, though.
According to our sources, Siva Koratala is putting plans in place to clean up the mess next week. He may focus on the filming of his subsequent project with NTR after the “Acharya” controversy has been resolved. By the end of this month, the “Acharya” compensation process will be concluded.