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Dileep and Siddharth’s Kammara Sambhavam is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video

The movie, directed by Rathish Ambat and written by Murali Gopy, premiered digitally on Jio Cinema a few months ago

Sanjith Sidhardhan
Sep 03, 2021
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Those who have been waiting for Dileep and Siddharth’s Malayalam film, Kammara Sambhavam, can now stream the movie on Amazon Prime Video. The film was made available on the streamer from September 2.

The film’s director Rathish Ambat and scriptwriter Murali Gopy took to social media to share that the movie can be watched on the streaming giant. Kammara Sambhavam, which released in 2018, had its digital premiere only earlier this year when it dropped on Jio Cinema in June.

Kammara Sambhavam, which marked the Mollywood debut of Tamil actor Siddharth, revolved around Kammaran, played by Dileep, who is approached by a political party to make a biopic on. Kammaran lies about his past, resulting in the film depicting him as a heroic freedom fighter.

The film, which has an eclectic cast including Murali Gopy, Namitha Pramod, Bobby Simha, Nedumudi Venu and Vinay Forrt, was a satirical take on the trend of biopics used to glorify personalities and further the political agenda.

Scripted by Murali Gopy, who also wrote the screenplays of Prithviraj and Mohanlal’s Lucifer and Tiyaan, Kammara Sambhavam has two contrasting halves that depict the truth as well as the fabricated stories of its lead character.

Meanwhile, Rathish and Murali Gopy have also teamed up for Theerpu, which has Prithviraj, Indrajith, Vijay Babu, Isha Talwar, Saiju Kurup and Hannah Reji Koshy as part of the cast. The film wrapped up its shoot prior to the lockdown in Kerala this year due to the surging COVID-19 cases. The film’s producer Vijay Babu had earlier told us that the movie is set for a theatrical release.  

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