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“Four” Approaching Indian Movies on Amazon Prime Video to Look Forward to Seeing

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With the imminent fortune of cinema halls still hanging in the balance, straightforward digital premieres are likely to be in appetite, at least for the next month or so. Amazon Prime Video has been at the vanguard for filmmakers opting for explicit OTT releases. From Amitabh Bachchan’s Gulabo Sitabo to Suriya’s Soorarai Pottru, the OTT ogre has dished out some remarkable films in the pandemic times lineup begins again to look guaranteeing for the succeeding few weeks too. Here are four upcoming Indian movies on Amazon Prime Video we are looking forward to.

  1. Coolie No. 1

 

 

Directed by David Dhawan, Coolie No 1 will be featuring Varun Dhavan and Sara Ali Khan. Anticipated to be yet another slapstick humor from the famous director, the film is among the big Bollywood releases this Christmas.

 

  1. Maara

 

 

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After catching the eye in Vikram Vedha, R Madhavan and Shraddha Srinath will once again be entertaining us with Maara. Directed by Dhilip Kumar, the film is trumpeted to be from the feel-good category. The newly released songs have also allured the fans. Maara will be streaming on Amazon Prime Video from 17 December.

 

  1. Durgavati

 

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Believed to be the Hindi remake of Telugu hit Bhaagamathie, Durgavati swiveled heads with its first look poster. Starring Bhumi Pednekar in the lead, the thriller is being introduced by Gulshan Kumar and Cape of Good Films. Settle in for a thrilling December as Durgavati will be streaming on Amazon Prime Video from 11 December.

 

  1. Middle Class Melodies

 

 

Starring Anand Deverakonda and Varsha Bollamma, Middle-Class Melodies seems to be a new-age rom-com. Directed by Vinod Anantoju, the film has caught the eye with the lately released trailer. The Telugu flick will be making its route to Amazon Prime Video on 20 November.

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