Netflix announces its 2024  Telugu films slate 

Big ticket releases including Salaar and Pushpa: The Rule are a part of the streaming giant’s post-theatrical release line-up 
Netflix announces its 2024  Telugu films slate 

On the occasion of Makar Sankranti, Netflix announced its lineup of 12 films that will be available for viewing in multiple languages on their platform after their theatrical release. Sneak peeks of these films were unveiled on Netflix’s social media on Monday. Some of 2023’s Telugu releases on Netflix include Bro, Bhola Shankar, Dasara, MAD, Miss Shetty Mr Polishetty and Kushi. The 2024 slate includes upcoming releases, namely, NTR Jr’s Devara, Nandamuri Balakrishna’s NBK 109, directed by Bobby Kolli, Prabhas-Prashanth Neel’s Salaar, Vijay Deverakonda’s yet-to-be-titled VD 12, a cop drama written and directed by Jersey-fame Goutham Tinnanuri, Siddhu Jonnalagadda’s Tillu Square and his untitled next directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar, Vishwak Sen’s Gangs of Godavari, Allu Sirish’s Buddy, UV Creations’ Production Number 12 starring Kartikeya Gummakonda and GA2 Pictures’ Production Number 9, starring MAD-fame actor and NTR Jr’s brother-in-law Nithin Narne. The Nani starrer Hi Nanna, which hit theatres on December 7, 2023 and came out on Netflix on January 4, also finds a mention in the 2024 slate. It is the only released film in the list so far.

The much awaited sequel of Allu Arjun-Sukumar’s Pushpa : The Rise (2021), Pushpa : The Rule will also be available on Netflix post release. Pushpa : The Rise is currently streaming on Prime Video.

Commenting on the platform’s Telugu Originals state, Monika Shergill, Vice President of Content, Netflix India shares, “The 50% year-over-year growth in Netflix's South content viewing reflects the strong appeal of our Telugu movie offering. This year's lineup, packed with the best of Telugu blockbuster cinema and industry's biggest stars, is set to captivate audiences worldwide. We're thrilled to bring the finest of Telugu cinema to viewers in India and across the globe.”

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