Kappela, the recently released movie which featured Anna Ben, Roshan Mathew, and Sreenath Bhasi in the lead roles, has totally impressed the audiences. Even though the movie was removed from the theaters soonly after its release due to the lockdown, it has impressed the viewer after its OTT release. Now, the Telugu remake rights of Kappela are sold.
Interestingly, the Telugu remake rights of the, which marked the directorial debut of popular actor Muhammed Musthafa has been bagged by the makers of the Allu Arjun-starring blockbuster Ala Vaikunthapurramloo. The exciting news was announced by Vishnu Venu, the producer of Kappela recently, through his official social media pages.
'Announcing a happy news! Kappela is to be remade in telugu by Sithara Entertainments (Producers of Allu Arjun's Ala Vaikunthapuramulo, Jersey Movie, and many more). Kappela is the third movie from malayalam industry after Premam & Ayyappanum Koshiyum to be bought by them! Expressing our sincere thanks to all well wishers for making our small movie a grand success!', wrote producer Vishnu Venu on his post.
The news came out as a great surprise for the Malayalam cinema audiences, who feel that Kappela is the most under-appreciated films of recent times. With its release in Netflix, the Muhammed Musthafa directorial has not only impressed the audiences who missed it in the theaters but also made a place in the hearts of the non-Malayali viewers.
Coming back to the Kappela Telugu remake, the banner Sithara Entertainments which had bagged the remake rights of the movie, has recently acquired the remake rights of the blockbuster movie Ayyappanum Koshiyum. The production house has also remade the popular movie Premam to Telugu, in the past.