Prime Videos' Korean content line-up is reflective of the booming interest in Korean dramas, including the strong affinity for genres like romance, mystery, thriller, and horror globally.
Writer-director Aaron Sorkin’s Being the Ricardos will release on Amazon Prime Video on December 21.
The Rohit Padaki directorial, starring Dhananjay in the lead role, features an interesting cast with a handful of senior actors playing prominent roles.
The movie features Suriya as a lawyer fighting for the rights of tribals who have been wronged by the systems that are supposed to guarantee basic dignity and human rights to them.
This season will see filmmaker Karan Johar, novelist Chetan Bhagat, actor Sunny Leone, journalist Faye D'Souza and rapper Raftaar attempt stand-up comedy for the first time ever.
Every celebrity is assigned a stand-up comedian who will mentor them to perform the standup act in front of a live audience.
'#Home' is the emotional story of Oliver Twist, a technologically challenged father, who attempts to reconnect with his children in today's digital world.
The actor-filmmaker reflects on doing a comic script after a long time, humour in Malayalam cinema, and why he believes remakes of successful Malayalam films is a good thing.
Helmed by writer-director Tj Ganavel and jointly produced by Suriya and Jyotika, "Jai Bhim" also features Prakash Raj, Rao Ramesh, Rajisha Vijayan and Lijo Mol Jose.
Shoojit Sircar's latest, Vicky Kaushal-starrer, Sardar Udham, is a biopic of Ghadar revolutionary Udham Singh, who assassinated Michael O'Dwyer in 1940, to avenge the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
Dev Patel-starrer "The Green Knight" will be the last entry from the streamer during the festive season.
Manorama Max and Shorts TV are offering 30 and 40 per cent discounts, respectively, to the Prime subscribers.
Amazon Studios and Eddie Murphy have signed a three-picture and first-look deal.
Some might find the deliberate pacing of Sunny bothersome, but those who had endured long periods of darkness & solitude might find the film relatable, if only to a certain extent
"Bhramam" dwells on the dualities of a pianist -- essayed by South star Prithviraj Sukumaran -- who pretends to be blind.