An event was held in Hyderabad on Friday to reveal what to expect from Aha until the next Diwali. Allu Arjun, Dil Raju, Vamsi Paidipally and a host of other Telugu film industry personalities participated in the event.
Speaking on the occasion, My Home's Executive Director and promote Ram Jupally said that Aha hasn't been bogged down by the onset of the pandemic soon after its launch in March. "We took it as a challenge and strategized on our content and everything," he said, promising even more content in the coming months.
Ace producer Dil Raju said that he couldn't become a part of Aha because of his commitments in the film industry. "Therefore, I have made my daughter and son-in-law as part of Aha. Within nine months, Aha has reached out to the Telugus across the world," Raju said.
Allu Aravind said that the plan was to launch 40-50 programs in one year. "But the pandemic struck the world. It is in this context that director Vamsi Paidipally was invited to be part of the Content Management Board at Aha. He is the Chief Creative Advisor. We are glad Samantha Akkineni is hosting 'Sam Jam'," he added.
Tamannaah Bhatia said that she is happy to be doing the web drama '11th Hour' for Aha. Directed by Praveen Sattaru, it is written and produced by Pradeep U.
Allu Arjun, speaking on the occasion, said that Harish Shankar, Vamsi Paidipally, Sukumar and Surender Reddy will be doing shows for Aha. "I have worked with each of these directors," he added. Bunny said that he is proud of his father for pioneering the OTT segment in Telugu.
Sailesh Kolanu of 'HIT' fame, Sudheer Varma of 'Swamy Ra Ra' fame, Venu Udugula of 'Needhi Naadhi Oke Katha' fame and Sagar Chandra, who is going to remake 'Ayyappanum Koshiyyum' with Pawan Kalyan as the hero, will also be creating content for Aha.