Prime Video announces the streaming premiere of Karan Deol’s Vale
Prime Video today announced the streaming premiere of the crime-comedy Velle. The Hindi remake of the upcoming old Telugu original, Brochevaruvarura (2019), Vale narrates a hilarious journey of three best friends who plan to kidnap their principal’s daughter which goes awry. Parallelly an aspiring director narrates a script to an established actor and at one point the two stories collide!
A story full of twists and turns, Vale is directed by Deven Munjal, presented by ADF, An Intercut Entertainment Pvt Ltd Production, and produced by Nandini Sharma, Aarushi Malhotra and Rajneesh Khanuja and produced by Sunil Saini and Co-produced by Abhishek Nama. The film stars Karan Deol, Abhay Deol, Anya Singh, Sawant Singh Premi, Vishesh Tiwari and Mouni Roy (SP Appearance). Prime members in more than 240 countries and territories in India and around the world can stream the movie on the service starting January 7.
Vale will join thousands of TV shows and movies from Hollywood and Bollywood in the Prime Video catalogue. These include the Indian-made Amazon Original series Mumbai Diaries, The Family Man, Comicstaan Sema Comedy Pa, Breathe: Into the Shadow, Bandish Bandits, Paatal Lok, Tandav, Mirzapur Seasons 1 & 2, The Forgotten Army – Azadi Ke Liye, Sons of . The Soil: Jaipur Pink Panthers, Four More Shots Please, Made in Heaven, and Inside Edge; Indian movies like Coolie No 1, Gulabo Sitabo, Durgamati, Chhalang, Shakuntala Devi, Jai Bheem, Ponmagal Vandhal, French Biryani, Kanoon, Sufiyam Sujatayam, Penguin, Nishabdham, Mara, V, Siu Soon, Soorarai Potru, Bhima Sena Nala Maharaja, Drishyam 2, Halal Love Story, Middle Class Melodies, Putham Pudhu Kalai, and Unposed, among others; and award-winning and critically acclaimed global Amazon Originals such as Borat’s subsequent moviefilm, The Wheel of Time, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Boys, Hunters, Fleabag and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. All of this is available to Amazon Prime members at no extra cost. The service includes titles in Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi and Bengali.
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