Many are awaiting the release of Oppenheimer on the OTT platform soon. Well, here it arrives!
"Prime Bae" Varun Dhawan has just announced that the biggest global hit of the year, Oppenheimer, will be available to rent on the Prime Video Store beginning on November 22 for just Rs.149. It's a part of keeping his promise to treat fans and audiences to inside news and updates on Prime Video, "Before Anyone Else." The Christopher Nolan-directed film has been a much-awaited film to watch on the big screen. On its theatrical release, Oppenheimer went on to become the biggest hit at the global box office.
Christopher Nolan's cinematic triumph arrives on Prime Video
J. Robert Oppenheimer earned the title "father of the atomic bomb" for his crucial role in the development of the first nuclear weapons during World War II as part of the Manhattan Project. Cillian Murphy plays the titular role. The movie, which is based on the 2005 biography American Prometheus by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin, tells the story of his life, mostly about his studies, his leadership of the Manhattan Project during World War II, and his eventual fall from fame after his 1954 security hearing.
Emily Blunt plays Oppenheimer's wife, "Kitty." Matt Damon plays Leslie Groves, the head of the Manhattan Project; Robert Downey Jr. plays Lewis Strauss, a member of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; and Florence Pugh plays Oppenheimer's communist lover, Jean Tatlock. Josh Hartnett, Casey Affleck, Rami Malek, and Kenneth Branagh are also part of the ensemble cast.
Check out the trailer below:
Varun Dhawan's hilarious announcement on Prime Video Store
Meanwhile, in a hilarious slice-of-life video, Varun, in his unique style, provides andar ki khabar (inside news) about the availability of Oppenheimer on the Prime Video Store. Here's the video:
For the uninitiated, the Prime Video Store is an addition to Amazon's existing online video rental service. It provides early rental access to the latest Indian and worldwide films, as well as a vast library of popular films from across the world, to both current and prospective Prime members.