The Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam versions of the Allu Arjun-starrer are being streamed on the same platform since 7 January.
Hindi version of Pushpa: The Rise to be streamed on Amazon Prime Video from 14 January
Mumbai - 10 Jan 2022 17:38 IST
Filmmaker Sukumar’s blockbuster hit Pushpa: The Rise was streamed on Amazon Prime Video in Telugu, its original language, along with Malayalam, Kannada and Tamil from 7 January. The over-the-top (OTT) platform has now revealed in a press note that it will stream the Hindi version of the film from 14 January.
Produced by Mythri Movie Makers and Muttamsetty Media, Pushpa stars Allu Arjun in the title role, playing a lorry driver-turned-sandalwood smuggler named Pushparaj. The film also stars Rashmika Mandanna and Fahadh Faasil.
Prime Video said in a statement, “The fast-paced, powerful and thought-provoking narrative pulls the viewers into a vortex where there is no right or wrong and there are no bad men, only heroes in different hues of grey.”
Sharing his views on the film’s phenomenal success and the news about its digital release, Sukumar said last week, “Firstly, I am deeply grateful to the fans and audiences for their love and appreciation and making this movie a hit at the box office. This is a story set in the heartland of India. The idea of taking the viewers on a journey into the cutthroat world of red sandalwood smuggling operations had been with me for some time.”
He added, “I believe viewers will appreciate the fact that the movie moves away from the absolutes of good and evil and delivers a roller-coaster ride of action and drama. The compelling story and fantastic performances by the talented cast will make it a must-watch immersive experience for viewers across the world.”
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