OTT release ‘Shamshera’: When, where to watch Ranbir Kapoor starring?
June 23, 2022, 12:51 p.m.
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While Bollywood fans may still be talking about the goosebumps teaser Shamserathe film made headlines for another reason.
This time, it’s about the film’s OTT outing.
Apparently, the main cast of Ranbir Kapoor will premiere on Amazon Prime Video four weeks after the theatrical premiere.
Despite the reports circulating on social media, there has been no official update on this development.
Why is this story important?
- Shamserafinanced by Yash Raj Films will be released in IMAX.
- This marks another addition to several Indian films released in IMAX format in the past including Dhoom 3, Baahubali 2, padmaavatetc.
- So, the audience will be impatiently waiting for the theatrical experience Shamsera.
- But news of his OTT debut might influence the film’s theatrical performance.
Part of Amazon’s four-film deal with Yash Raj Films?
Reportedly, Amazon acquired Shamsera is part of their four film deal with Yash Raj Films including Bunty Aur Babli 2, Jayeshbhai Jordaar, Samrat Prithvirajand Shamshera.
However, the makers had planned not to release it digitally until eight weeks of its theatrical run were over.
But since the OTT giant is offering a premium deal, they’re continuing with a four-week limit.
The makers will likely officially announce the OTT details after the film’s release
A report by Bollywood Hungama added that the creators will announce Shamsera‘s OTT details shortly after the film’s premiere on the big screen.
Considered a period action drama, Shamsera scheduled for theatrical performances on July 22, 2022.
Sanjay Dutt, Ronit Roy and Vaani Kapoor are also part of the film directed by Karan Malhotra.
Trailer will be released on Friday
Meanwhile, the maker is going down Shamserathe trailer on Friday.
The teaser released Wednesday gives us a glimpse of Kapoor’s avatar as a valiant warrior.
On the other hand, Dutt appears as a cold-blooded cop.
Running for 1:21 minutes, the teaser is loaded with high-octane action shots.
Saurabh Shukla, Sharat Saxena, Kabir Bedi, and Ashutosh Rana played supporting roles.