The Hindi remake of Allu Arjun’s Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo was set to hit theatres on January 26. Producer Manish Shah, who owns the Hindi-dubbed version of the film, reportedly stated that Kartik Aaryan threatened to leave Shehzada if Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo was released in Hindi. The Hindi version of the Telugu hit Shehzada. The creators of Shehzada have now rushed to Kartik’s aid.
T-Series’ Bhushan Kumar disproved Manish’s claim and defended Kartik Aaryan. “We, the producers, thought that Shehzada, not the Hindi version of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, should be shown in theatres first; thus, we asked Goldmines not to release the Hindi version.” And the choice to release the film is always made by the producer, not the performer,” added Bhushan Kumar.
Rohit Dhawan, the director of Shehzada, also expressed his support, saying, “I have known Kartik from the beginning of his career.” We have worked on a number of films together. He is one of the most professional performers I have enjoyed working with. Kartik’s desire and enthusiasm for Shehzada are undeniable. It is a pleasure dealing with him.
Producer Aman Gill praised Kartik Aaryan’s dedication to Shehzada, saying, “Kartik is going all out for Shehzada as a performer and solely talks how he can help to making this the largest film for everyone involved, he is one of the most committed performers in the industry.”
Shehzada, starring Kartik Aaryan, is one of the most anticipated films. Fans are excited to witness the actor take on the role of Allu Arjun. The film will be released in theatres in November 2022.