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Amitabh Bachchan’s ‘Gulabo Sitabo’ to premiere on Amazon Prime – Variety

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The Hindi-language dramatic comedy “Gulabo Sitabo” (“Piku”) starring veteran Amitabh Bachchan and one of the popular Bollywood listers Ayushman Khurana (“Andhadhun”) will be released live on Amazon Prime Video around the world on June 12. Damaged by the ongoing coronavirus epidemic on April 12.

“At Amazon we’re listening to our customers and working from there.” Vijay Subramaniam, Director and Head, Content, Amazon Prime Video, India India “Gulabo Sitabo” is one of the most anticipated films of the year. This is the first step in our effort to bring a superior cinematic experience to our customer’s doorstep.

The film’s director Shujit described the decision to directly premiere Syria as “the dawn of a new era for Indian entertainment” on Amazon.

With the film closed and the future uncertain, it is only natural for India to take this step in OTT. Earnings may decline due to the regulatory reasons for continued social distance, with visitors concerned about returning to closed government spaces. “Lakshmi Boma” starring Bollywood’s Akshay Kumar is likely to premiere live on Disney Plus Hotstar service in June, with a মূল 13 million acquisition. Disney did not answer questions about the deal.

Similarly Netflix has achieved “Gunjan Saxena: The Cargill Girl” starring Janabi Kapoor (“Dharak”), and “Khali Pili” and starring Ishan Khattar (“Out of the Clouds”) and has created an untitled superhero film starring Katrina Kaif (“India”). ). Netflix declined to comment when contacted.

Another big ticket to the Bollywood acquisition is expected to be released directly on Amazon, starring Vidya Balan as “Shakuntala Devi.”

“This family entertainer has the ability to transcend geographical boundaries and we are delighted to bring‘ Gulabo Sitabo ’to audiences around the world,” Bachchan said. He called it “family surveillance at home.”

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