Prime Video will show all three Puneeth Rajkumar home production films
Prime Video announced on Friday that the three home production films of the late movie star Puneeth Rajkumar – “Man of the Match”, “One Cut Two Cut” and “Family Pack” – will premiere on its platform.
Affectionately known as Appu, the Kannada superstar died at the age of 46, after suffering cardiac arrest in October 2021.
All three films – “Man of the Match”, “One Cut Two Cut” and “Family Pack” – are made under the PRK Productions banner.
”Man of the Match”, directed by ‘Rama Rama Re’ director, D Satya Prakash, stars K Jayaram, Dharmanna Kadur, Nataraj among others. “One Cut Two Cut” is a comedian and stars Danish Sait, Prakash Belavadi and Samyukta Hornad. It is directed by Vamsidhar Bhogaraju.
A romantic comedy, “Family Pack” is directed by Arjun Kumar. It stars Likith Shetty and Amrutha Iyengar.
Along with the three films, Prime Video will also make five of Rajkumar’s most memorable movies available for free to non-Prime members for one month starting Feb. 1, the streaming service said in a statement.
The five films are “Law” (2020), “French Biryani” (2020), “Kavaludaari” (2019), “Mayabazaar” (2020) and “Yuvarathnaa” (2021). Speaking about the association with PRK Productions, Manish Menghani, Head of Content Licensing, Amazon Prime Video said that they are happy to present fun, relatable and engaging stories supported by Rajkumar.
“This collaboration is our effort to pay a humble tribute to the creative excellence of the late Puneeth Rajkumar and his unique vision of storytelling.
“His contribution to cinema is immense and we are sure that these films will provide an immersive experience for his fans and admirers in India and beyond,” Menghani said.
Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar, producer and wife of the late superstar, said she was happy to partner with Prime Video to bring these stories to the public.
”Puneeth Rajkumar’s distinct vision for cinema has fascinated audiences for years, earning him the huge following and honor he rightly deserved. It now remains for us to strive to perpetuate this heritage. We are pleased to continue our successful association with Prime Video and bring our films to viewers around the world,” said Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar.
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