Coolie No.1, Chhalaang, and Middle-Class Melodies among the exclusive releases on Prime Video

Highlights
  • Coolie No. 1 to premiere on December 25.
  • Chhalaang and Durgavati to premiere on November 13 and December 11 respectively.
  • Bheema Sena Nalamaharaja and Manne Number 13 will debut on October 29 and November 19 respectively.

Amazon Prime Video India announced its plans to premiere nine titles exclusively on the platform spanning five languages for the rest of the year, taking the service’s direct to digital release count to nineteen.

David Dhawan’s forty-fifth film Coolie No. 1, a remake of the 1995 film of the same name starring Varun Dhawan, Sara Ali Khan, Paresh Rawal, Javed Jaffrey, Johnny Lever, Rajpal Yadav amongst others is scheduled to premiere on December 25. Durgavati, an official remake of Anushka Shetty’s Telugu film Bhaagamathie starring Bhumi Padnekar and directed by Ashok to premiere on December 11. Chhalaang, a social comedy starring Rajkummar Rao, Nushratt Baruchaa, and directed by Hansal Mehta scheduled to debut on November 13.

Telugu film Middle-Class Melodies starring Vijay Devarakonda’s brother Anand Deverakonda and ’96 fame Varsha Bollabama is directed by Vinod Anantoju is scheduled to debut on November 20. Malayalam comedy film Halal Love Story directed by Zakariya Mohammed and stars Indrajith Sukumaran, Joju George, Sharaf U Dheen, Grace Antony, and Soubin Shahir scheduled to premiere on October 15.

Kannada family entertainer Bheema directed by Karthik Saragur starring Aravinnd Iyer, Aarohi Narayan, Priyanka Thimmesh, Achyuth Kumar, and Aadya in leading roles to debut on October 29. Kannada horror-thriller Maane Number 13 by Vivy Kathiresan starring Varsha Bollamma, Aiswarya Gowda, Praveen Prem, Chetan Gandharva, Ramana, and Sanjeiv will premiere on November 19.

Tamil language romantic drama film Maara directed by Dhilip Kumar starring Madhavan and Shraddha Srinath premiere on December 17. Suriya’s Soorarai Potturu which was announced earlier will premiere in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam on October 30.

Prime Video hasn’t had found any real success in the titles that were premiered earlier featuring big-name talents like Gulabo Sitabo, V, Sakuntala Devi, Penguin. It has been seen if the streamer will find any success with the upcoming line-up. All the mentioned titles will be available for consumers having Amazon Prime membership which costs Rs 129 monthly or Rs 999 annually.

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