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Sangati Jogwar

News Highlights

  • Amazon Prime Video will unleash a wide range of entertainment content in October 2021.
  • The OTT platform is all set to offer some fantastic documentaries, patriotic and horror content.

Come Navratri and festive celebrations start in India stretching up to Diwali. The festivity not only includes lots of shopping and preparations but also a lot of holidays. Incidentally, this year Dussehra is on Friday and hence most of the people will have 3 days holiday at stretch. And to make sure that its audience gets to keep itself entertained all through this festivity, Amazon Prime Video has come up with a massive lineup of releases on its platform.

The October month on Amazon Prime will kick off with a Malayalam remake of Bhramam with Prithviraj Sukumaran as the lead actor. It will be followed by the release of one of the most awaited patriotic movies and biopic titled Sardar Udham in which Uri fame actor Vicky Kaushal will be playing the titular role of Sardar Udham Singh. The movie will be all about patriotism and the contribution of the Indian revolutionary.

The next movie that is expected to be highly entertaining is the supernatural horror flick Dybbuk headed by Emraan Hashmi. It is yet another remake of the hit Malayalam horror movie Ezra. Amazon Prime Video will also roll out the second edition of its hit comedy series One Mic Stand. The innovative stand-up series will include some stellar acts headlined by amusing comics.

The Tamil audience will be treated to a family drama titled Udanpirape which will be a story revolving around a family reunion led by Jyothika and Sasikumar. Another Tamil project to release in October on Amazon Prime Video is a Suriya-led murder mystery titled Jai Bhim.

And that is not all. The platform is all set to bring the most awaited global documentary release Justin Bieber: Our World to its platform. The documentary will give an insight into the life of the international music icon.

Maradona: Blessed Dream is yet another special series that will be based on the life of the revolutionary footballer and will stream on Amazon Prime Video this October.

More projects include Dev Patel-led The Green Knight, and a horror story I Know What You Did Last Summer.

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