Adhura, Mirzapur 3, The Family Man to Mumbai Diaries 2, BIG shows, movies coming to Amazon Prime; check list
Amazon Prime line-up has big movies and web shows names for you. Check Amazon Prime list here.
For all you binge watchers, the Amazon Prime list is all set to get new movies and shows options soon! And, it's official! The OTT platform Amazon Prime India announced a huge list of web shows and movies lined up to make their appearance on your screen. Amazon has unveiled the names of a total of 58 titles - a few of them we know already but now they will be back with another season and others will be all fresh ones. There will be 35 series and 23 movies. From popular Mirzapur, The Family Man, Panchayat to Paatal Lok, there are many web shows which are coming back with a bang! To have a clear picture of what you are getting on the OTT platform we have prepared the Amazon Prime list of web shows and movies. Check it out.
These web series are back with another season!
- Mumbai Diaries season 2
- Paatal Lok season 2
- Panchayat season 2
- Breathe: Into the Shadows season 2
- The Family Man season 3
- Four More Shots Please! season 3
- Made in Heaven season 2
- Mirzapur Season 3
Upcoming movie titles on Amazon Prime India
- Bambai Meri Jaan will be starring Kay Kay Menon
- Call Me Bae by Karan Johar
- Crash Course
- Dahaad from Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar
- Shahid Kapoor's Farzi
- Gulkanda Tales starring Kunal Khemu and Pankaj Tripathi
- Happy Family Conditions Apply
- Hush Hush featuring Juhi Chawla and Soha Ali Khan
- Jee Karda
- P.I. Meena
- Shehar – Lakhot
- Suzhal: The Vortex
- Sweet Kaaram Coffee
- The Village
- Vadhandhi: The Fable of Velonie
- Aye Watan...Mere Watan from Karan Johar
- Maja Maa starring Madhuri Dixit Nene
- Tiku Weds Sheru starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui
You can rent movies on Amazon Prime now
Amazon also introduced a renting option for Prime Video movies during an event in Mumbai on Thursday. The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson, the Marvel Cinematic Universe adventure Spider-Man: No Way Home, the 2022 horror Scream, and the Roland Emmerich sci-fi disaster Moonfall are among the biggest new names at launch. The price for the rent ranges from Rs. 99 to Rs. 499, with no apparent options for purchasing, unlike Apple TV, Google Play Movies, and BookMyShow Stream. That means these movies are exclusively available for rent only.
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