Amazon Prime Video to release over 40 films and television shows
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Amazon Prime Video to release over 40 films and television shows

Three Indian language spinoffs of the anthology series Modern Love

Amazon Prime Video to release over 40 films and television shows

Amazon Prime Video announced a massive slate of series, films, and co-productions. The streaming behemoth revealed sneak peeks at 22  scripted series, four films, and four unscripted series that will premiere over the next two years.

The organization, which has finished five years in India, said that it was venturing into the compensation per-view film administration in the country with Prime Video Store, other than reporting new long-term permitting arrangements and co-creations with different Indian studios. Amazon Prime Video has likewise forayed into unique film creation in India with films in Hindi and Telugu, delivered straight on the stage.

"The upcoming Amazon Originals will enthrall customers by offering a  wide gamut of genres, ranging from cutting-edge thrillers, high-octane action, engaging dramas to light-hearted comedies and heart-warming romances. The service is augmenting its original programming for young adult audiences and exploring genres like supernatural and horror for the first time in its India journey. Furthermore, Prime Video is enhancing the scope of its unscripted series catalogue to explore genres like biographies, true-crime, and investigative docudramas," the platform shared.

Hindi Series


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The upcoming fiction shows on Amazon India span multiple genres and are available in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Reema Kagti's serial killer series Dahaad, which "follows the investigations of a female inspector into a crime that shakes her core," is among the Hindi titles.  Sonakshi Sinha, Vijay Verma, Gulshan Devaiah, and Sohum Shah star in the show.

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Raj and DK, the team behind The Family Man, have collaborated with  Shahid Kapoor on Farzi. In his streaming debut, the series stars Vijay  Sethupathi, Kay Kay Menon, Raashi Khanna, Regina Cassandra, Kubbra  Sait, and Kapoor.

Bambai Meri Jaan

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Rensil D'silva and Shujaat Saudagar created the film based on a story by S Hussain Zaidi. "In his quest to clean the mean streets of Bombay from the rise of organized crime in post-Independence India, an honest cop puts everything on the line, including the thing he most wants to protect, his family," according to the synopsis. Kay Kay Menon,  Kritika Kamra, Avinash Tiwary, and Amyra Dastur are among the cast  members.


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Adhura is a "supernatural thriller set in a prestigious boarding  school." The show stars Ishwak Singh and Rasika Dugal and is directed by Gauravv Chawla and Ananya Banerjee.

PI Meena

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A troubled young female private investigator is thrust into a world  where she must fathom the unfathomable and rediscover herself." The cast members were Tanya Maniktala (A Suitable Boy), Jisshu Sengupta,  Vinay Pathak, Parambrata Chattopadhyay, and Samir Soni.


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Prosenjit Chatterjee, Aditi Rao Hyadri, Aparshakti Khurana, and Wamiqa  Gabi star in Vikramaditya Motwane's Jubilee, which was written by Atul  Sabharwal and directed by Vikramaditya Motwane. Jubilee is a period drama set in a newly independent India that tells the stories and dreams that gave birth to Bollywood as we know it.

Gulkanda Tales

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Raj and DK are also the showrunners for Gulkanda Tales, a series starring Kunal Kemmu, Pankaj Tripathi, and Patralekha and directed by  Rahi Anil Barve (Tumbbad).

Call Me Bae

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Call Me Bae was written by Ishita Moitra, Samina Motlekar, and Rohit  Nair and produced by Karan Johar's Dharmatic Entertainment. "Bae, a  billionaire fashionista, is disowned by her ultra-rich family due to a scandal, and she is forced to fend for herself for the first time in  her life."

Crash Course

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Crash Course is directed by actor and dialogue writer Vijay Maurya and is "a fictional account of two warring coaching institutes" and their impact on students. Annu Kapoor, Bhanu Uday, Udit Arora, Pranay Pachauri, Siddharth Kak, Chirag Vohra, Gaurav Sharma, and Bidita Bag are among the cast members.

Happy Family Conditions Apply

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Raj Babbar, Ratna Pathak Shah, Atul Kulkarni, and Ayesha Jhulka star in the comedy Happy Family Conditions Apply, directed by Aatish  Kapadia and Jamnadas Majethia. Hush Hush is a film directed by Tanuja Chandra, Ashish Pandey, and Kopal Naithani about the lives of five women who cross paths. Juhi Chawla, Ayesha Jhulka, Soha Ali Khan,  Karishma Tanna, Shahana Goswami, and Kritika Kamra.

Indian Police Force

Sidharth Malhotra, Shilpa Shetty, Vivek Oberoi, and Isha Talwar star in Rohit Shetty's terrorism-themed action thriller Indian Police  Force. Tamannaah, Suhail Nayyar, Aashim Gulati, Anya Singh, Hussain  Dalal, Samvedna Suwalka, and Sayan Banerjee star in Arunima Sharma's coming-of-age series Jee Karda, directed by her and written by her,  Hussain Dalal, and Abbas Dalal.

Modern Love

Three Indian language spinoffs of the anthology series Modern Love,  based on the New York Times column of the same name. Hansal Mehta,  Shonali Bose, Vishal Bhardwaj, Alankrita Shrivastava, Nupur Asthana,  and Dhruv Sehgal star in the Hindi-language Modern Love Mumbai.  Tanuja, Naseeruddin Shah, Sarika, Arshad Warsi, Fatima Sana Shaikh,  Pratik Gandhi, Masaba Gupta, Ritwik Bhowmik, and Prateik Babbar are among the actors in the film.