Many big films have come on OTT in the coronavirus epidemic. When theaters were closed in most parts of the country, people’s inclination towards this platform increased. In the meantime, the makers invested a lot in the project of the digital platform. Now actress Anushka Sharma’s production company ‘Clean Slate Films’ has joined hands with Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. Anushka along with her brother Karnesh Sharma is the owner of ‘Clean Slate Films’.
The production company made a deal of about Rs 400 crore
According to a Bloomberg report, Anushka’s production company has signed deals worth around Rs 400 crore with Amazon Prime and Netflix. Karnesh told that his production company is going to release eight films and web series on the OTT platform of Amazon Prime and Netflix in the next 18 months. His project will also come on some other platforms. However, an official announcement has not been made in this regard.
If reports are to be believed, a Netflix spokesperson has confirmed the partnership with ‘Clean Slate Films’, while Amazon Prime has not responded. Karnesh said that at the moment he will not reveal the title of his projects.
The web series ‘Paatal Lok’ made under the production of Anushka was well-liked by the audience. This series came on Amazon Prime and became a huge hit. Anushka’s production films ‘NH10’ and ‘Pari’ also received a good response from the audience. Even ‘Bulbul’, which came under its banner, did not disappoint the audience. This film was released in 2020. This production company is also making a thriller web series named ‘My’.
Anushka was last seen in the 2018 film Zero. She was seen opposite Shahrukh Khan in this film. The film was directed by Aanand L Rai. She will also soon be seen in the biopic of Jhulan Goswami, a player of the women’s cricket team. The film ‘Kaala’ is being produced under the banner of Anushka’s production company ‘Clean Slate Films’. The film will mark the debut of late actor Irrfan Khan’s son Babil Khan.