On Thursday, April 28, 2022, Amazon Prime Video announced several major news stories.
Amazon Prime Video: A vast list of famous web shows has been renewed by the digital platform. The Family Man, Mirzapur, Breathe: Into The Shadows, Four More Shots Please, Made In Heaven, Panchayat, Mumbai Diaries, and Patal Lok are among the films included. This is a real treat for aficionados who have been anticipating the continuation of their favourite online series.
On Thursday, the news was made at the Prime Video Presents India gala in Mumbai. Not only these, but a slew of additional shows are making their way back to the digital platform.
Netizens flocked to Twitter shortly after the revelation, making The Family Man one of the most popular topics. “What an amazing lineup!” writes one ecstatic admirer. Team @PrimeVideoIN, let’s go! “And, if at all possible, bring in #TheFamilyMan a little faster,” said another. No doubt #TheFamilyMan is a best online show in India, and I’m very happy to have a glance of #TheFamilyMan3 @BajpayeeManoj sir “Amazon me kab ba.”
Amazon is poised to dominate the streaming market in the future, as seen by the continuation of the most-watched shows. Apart from online series, films such as Ram Setu, Jee Le Zaraa, Yudhra, Phone Bhoot, Fukrey 3 and Kho Gaye Hum Kahaan will be streamed on Amazon following their theatrical release.
Five of the creation house’s forthcoming projects, including Ranveer Singh’s “Jayeshbhai Jordaar,” Akshay Kumar’s “Prithviraj”, Ranbir Kapoor’s “Shamshera”, Katrina Kaif’s “Tiger 3” and Shah Rukh Khan’s “Pathaan”, will be released on Prime Video after their theatrical run.
The scene has been set. The large Amazon Prime Video symbol on the podium reflects a blue light that shines from each and every corner of the room. Reporters, influencers, and members of the media are all waiting with baited breath for filmmaker Karan Johar to enter and (metaphorically) light the stage ablaze. This was the behind-the-scenes look at Prime Video Presents India, an event hosted by the OTT giant where it unveiled big brand partnerships, films, and programming for the coming year.
The presentation of over 40 flicks and web series, as well as Amazon’s new “Early Access Ticket,” which allows individuals to rent movies from Amazon Prime in multiple languages, were the highlights of yesterday’s evening. Dharma Productions head Karan Johar, has signed premium streaming rights to Amazon Prime Video for Govinda Naam Mera, Jug Jugg Jeeyo, and Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani, as well as four original shows.