On December 2, 2023, the second part of the Telugu movie HIT which was a huge commercial success was released in theaters. It seems that the fans are currently waiting for the release of HIT 2 OTT. Both Adivi Sesh and Meenakshi Chaudhary play pivotal roles in the upcoming Telugu movie HIT 2.
Sailesh Kolanu is also responsible for both writing and directing HIT 2. Prashanti Tipirneni and Nani are credited as the producers of the film, and Wall Poster Cinema is the studio responsible for its creation.
HIT: The Second Case is a sequel to the super hit Telugu action thriller called HIT: The First Case which was released in 2020. Sailesh Kolanu is the director of both films as well as the Hindi remake of the first film of the same name which became made in India and starred Rajkummar Rao and Sanya Malhotra in lead roles.
HIT: The Second Case Movie OTT Release Date
The producers of HIT 2 had previously revealed that it will be released on July 29, 2022. On July 23, 2022, actor Adivi Sesh announced in a social media post that he was scheduled to return with the film immediately after the release of Major, but that he is physically and mentally exhausted from his responsibilities to travel to all corners of the world to travel.
He further explained that he asked the film’s producers for a break due to the hectic schedule and they granted it. The release date, set for December 2, 2022, was confirmed on September 15.
“A”#HIT2 will drive you crazy on December 2nd
– https://t.co/5tL6mceNO8#HIT2onDec2@AdiviSesh @NameisNani @KolanuSailesh @tprashantii @Meenakshiioffl @walpostercinema @saregamasouth pic.twitter.com/OTPbpJsTqE
— Adivi Sesh (@AdiviSesh) November 26, 2022
The makers, according to the reports, have reached an agreement with one of the largest OTT service providers, Amazon Prime Video.
Under the terms of this arrangement, HIT 2 will not be made available on the Amazon Prime video streaming service until it has run in theaters for eight weeks. This makes it abundantly clear that the release of HIT 2 via OTT is not expected until after January 15, 2023.