Netflix said Thursday that director team Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK had joined forces with it for a multi-year partnership. The "The Family Man" directors will develop and produce their forthcoming movies for Netflix under their D2R Films company.
Monika Shergill, VP-Content, Netflix India, stated they are eager to collaborate with the filmmakers, who she believes has an inventive storytelling approach.
"Raj and DK are two of the country's most unique creative voices." They are a powerful studio in addition to having a distinct and inventive narrative approach.
"We are thrilled to extend our connection with them for a multi-year creative partnership that will offer world-class entertainment to Netflix subscribers everywhere," Shergill said.
Nidimoru and DK, best known for films such as "Go Goa Gone," "Stree," and the Manoj Bajpayee-starring series "The Family Man," have stated that they want to develop original stories for Netflix.
"Netflix is a streaming pioneer, thanks to its unwavering, enthusiastic support for films and filmmakers. We are excited to present huge, distinctive stories and to challenge ourselves to take storytelling into new and interesting directions," declared the directors.
The two will also serve as showrunners and directors for OTT's forthcoming comedic criminal thriller series "Guns & Gulaabs," which will feature Rajkumar Rao and Dulquer Salmaan.
The program is set in the 1990s and is inspired by the world's misfits. Details about their other impending Netflix movies have been kept under wraps.