This week, binge on a roster of spellbinding stories from across genres on Amazon Prime Video. The much-awaited new season of Amazon Original- The Family Man premiered on 4th June and is winning hearts across. The Amazon Original Series follows the life of Srikant Tiwari as he makes a major career change but has left his heart back at the National Investigation Agency and is now suffering from the infamous “FOMO”.
As he juggles his personal life and relationships, there are new enemies waiting for him just around the corner. Created by renowned filmmakers Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. ,the series stars Manoj Bajpayee, Samantha Akkineni, Priyamani, Shreya Dhanwanthary, and Sharib Hashmi in prominent roles.
Get ready for an exciting adventure with Jeremy Clarkson (The Grand Tour and Top Gear Fame)as he explores the English country-side and attempts to run a 1000- acre working farm in the new Amazon Original series Clarkson’s Farm Season 1, streaming on the platform from 11th June onwards.
Immerse yourself into the 1840s, as The Personal History of David Copperfield gives you a fresh perspective on the infamous masterpiece by Charles Dickens. With the talented Dev Patel, Hugh Laurie and Tilda Swinton in pivotal roles and direction by Armando Iannucci, the movie tells the story of its protagonist David as he discovers himself. Hop onto this journey of self exploration intertwined with the realities of life only on Amazon Prime Video streaming 10th June onwards.
Make sure to latch your doors and watch your back as you journey to the small town of Chanderi to meet the rather curious phenomenon that haunts the streets during a four-day annual festival. Stree, the apparition that spooks the people of the town, abducts only the men folk and leaves nothing but their clothes behind.
With a stellar cast featuring Rajkummar Rao, Shraddha Kapoor, Pankaj Tripatji, Aparshakti Khurrana and Abhishek Banerjee, one of India’s first horror- comedies directed by the award-winning director Amar Kaushik, Stree will be available on Amazon Prime Video starting 11th June.
Starting this week, Young customers can now enjoy watching Motu Patlu Kung Fu Returns, Motu Patlu Carnival Island, Motu Patlu 36 Ghantey Race, Motu Patlu in Alien World, Motu Patlu in Double Trouble, The Invisible Plane, Rudra: Dawn of the dangerous dongreela, Rudra: Land Of Nowhere, Shiva and The Lost Tribe, Rise of The Technosapiens
The Family Man – New Season – Streaming now
The Family Man is an edgy, action-drama Amazon Original Series, which tells the story of a middle-class man, Srikant Tiwari, who works for a special cell of the National Investigation Agency.
The series explores Srikant’s tight-rope walk as he struggles to strike a balance between his secretive, low paying, high-pressure, high-stakes job and being a husband and a father. This is as much a satirical take on the geopolitics of the region as it is the story of a middle-class guy who is a world class spy.
Clarkson’s Farm Season 1 – 11th June, 2021
Journalist and broadcaster, Jeremy Clarkson has bought a 1000-acre farmland in the English countryside. Despite knowing nothing about farming, he embarks on this back breaking journey of battling intense weathers, dealing with wild animals, unresponsive crops and an unprecedented pandemic. Follow this modern farmer’s tale and the occasional plight as he wears the many hats to be donned by a farmer.
Stree – 11th June, 2021
The small town of Chanderi is haunted by a witch who visits during the four days of an annual festival and can be warded off only by the words “O Stree Kal Aana” written outside the doors with special paint. She abducts men who are alone in the dead of the night, only leaving their clothes behind.
The town master-tailor, young and handsome Vicky meets a beautiful woman during the festival and they soon develop a bond. However, Vicky’s paranoid friends Jana and Bittu find the sudden appearance of his female friend suspicious. Who is this apparition who spooks the town?
The Personal History of David Copperfield – 10th June, 2021
This contemporay take on the classic Charles Dickens’ semi-autobiographical novel, is set in the 1840s. It tells the tale of the protagonist and his journey through the frenzied world and his struggle to find an escape within it. The narrative tracks his unfortunate childhood, leading to him discovering his talents and his inclination to the written word and storytelling. The story is funny and tragic but also vivid and humane.