Prithviraj announces streaming date of Bhramam on Amazon Prime Video with a new poster
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Prithviraj announces streaming date of Bhramam on Amazon Prime Video with a new poster

The Malayalam remake of Andhadhun is also getting a theatrical release in rest of the countries except India. 

Aishwarya Vasudevan
Sep 19, 2021
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A few days back, Prithviraj Sukumaran had confirmed that his upcoming film Bhramam is getting an OTT release in India, while it will have a theatrical outing in the rest of the countries. The film is the Malayalam remake of the Bollywood blockbuster film Andhadhun and will stream on Amazon Prime Video from October 7, 2021. Prithviraj took to his social media pages and shared the brand new poster along with the announcement.

In the poster, Prithviraj is seen donning a pair of black sunglasses while each frame has the face of Unni Mukundan and Mamta Mohandas respectively. Bhramam also features Raashii Khanna as the female lead opposite Prithviraj. 

While making the announcement, the actor wrote on his social media pages, "Proud to introduce my film, Bhramam - available in India only on @primevideoin and in theatres worldwide (except India) from 7th Oct 2021."

While talking about the same-day phenomenon of OTT and theatrical release, Prithviraj recently told RJ Mithun Rahesh, "It’s an interesting future, not just for Malayalam cinema, but for the industry itself."

Bhramam is directed by Ravi K Chandran who is also the Director of the Cinematography of the film. The film is produced by AP International and Viacom18 Studios.

Earlier during an exclusive interaction with OTTPlay, Prithviraj had revealed that it was Vivek Oberoi who suggested he remake Andhadhun in Malayalam.

The actor recalled, "It was Vivek Oberoi who told me that there is this film that I should do in Malayalam. So, I asked him why and he said, ‘I saw the movie and you would be great in it’."

Prithviraj also said, "I think Andhadhun as a film has content that lends itself very well to Malayalam. I hope I will be proven right when you see the movie."

Meanwhile, Maestro which is the Telugu remake of Andhadhun recently dropped on Disney+ Hotstar. 

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