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Hindi version of Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie now streaming for free

777 Charlie’s other language versions, except Kannada, where hitherto available on rent only ever since it dropped on the OTT platform in September 2022

Hindi version of Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie now streaming for free
Charlie and Dharma in 777 Charlie

Last Updated: 06.15 PM, Apr 19, 2024


It’s taken a really long time, but finally, Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie is available to subscribers of Amazon Prime Video for free. Rakshit had sold the streaming rights to 2 platforms, with the Kannada version going to Voot Select back then, which is now on JioCinema and all the other dubbed versions, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam going to Prime Video, albeit on the store for rental only.


These 4 versions of debutant director Kiranraj K’s National Award winning film were in the store for the longest time, and were among the top streamed titles too and it is only now that Prime Video subscribers have been given free access. As of now, only the Hindi version is on the platform, though, with the other language options currently unavailable.

777 Charlie follows the transformative journey that the protagonist Dharma (Rakshit) has after a dog that he names Charlie comes into his life. An orphan and loner, Dharma’s daily routine has him smoking, drinking, eating 2 idlis from a neighbourhood store, working at a factory and picking up fights. When a run-away pup takes shelter in his house and Dharma begins to develop a bond with the canine, it changes him.

When Charlie is then diagnosed with a terminal illness, Dharma and Charlie embark on a journey to snowy Kashmir to let the canine fulfil her bucket-list - enjoy her last moments in snow. It’s a journey that takes them across different states and several adventures. Rakshit had released the film with special premieres for pet lovers across the country, which helped with the word-of-mouth publicity before the actual theatrical outing.

Released in five languages, 777 Charlie was a box office success, with Rakshit saying that he’d made in the range of Rs 150 crore from its theatrical and non-theatrical rights, put together. The team had pledged a portion of the profit to be distributed to NGOs working for animal rights.

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