Actor R Madhavan’s dream project, Rocket: The Nambi Effectreleased in theaters on July 1. And a week later, in a Twitter exchange, Madhavan, who is also the film’s director-producer, said he was in no rush to release the film on the OTT platform.
The film, based on the eventful and also tragic life of ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan, who was falsely accused of espionage, had a good run in theaters.
Amazon Prime Video announced today that it would be streaming the hit movie starting July 26th. . Well, Amazon Prime Video always features an entertainment package to coincide with your shopping spree. Last year, for Prime Day, the platform came up with an 8-day entertainment package. This year, it had said it would announce two highly anticipated titles closer to Prime Day. Probably, Rocket: The Nambi Effect is one of them.
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect – Hindi Version Will Not Stream Now
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect stars R Madhavan in the lead and is also his directorial debut. It features, among others, Simran, Ranjit Kapoor and includes a cameo by Suriya. Core members in India and 240 countries and territories can stream the film from July 26 in Tamil, along with Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada dubs on the service. As you can see, the Hindi version of the film, which has a cameo by Shah Rukh Khan, was withheld as it is still doing well on the Hindi circuit. So Madhavan is, in a way, right about not releasing the film on OTT anytime soon. He was probably referring to the Hindi version.
This biographical drama is based on the life of ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan, who was accused of espionage and imprisoned in 1994. The film chronicles his achievements, his passion for the country’s space mission, his dedication, and the accusation that turned out to be the biggest setback. professional of your life. It is an emotionally charged human narrative.
“It’s an incredible honor for me to be able to bring this story to life,” Madhavan said. “I’m really thrilled with all the love the film has already received and I’m really excited to see the new milestones for our movie streaming. Rehearsing this role and directing this incredible story by Nambi Sir was very crucial, and I’m glad we were able to reach many more families to inspire, enlighten and entertain through Amazon Prime Video,” he added.
Prime Video is available in India at no extra cost with Prime membership for Rs 1,499 yearly or Rs 179 monthly, new customers can find out more at www.amazon.in/prime and sign up for a 30 day free trial.
Customers can also watch Rocket: The Nambi Effect subscribing to Prime Video Mobile Edition. Prime Video Mobile Edition is a single-user, mobile-only plan currently available to Airtel Prepaid customers. In the Prime Video app, Prime members can download episodes to their mobile and tablet devices and watch anywhere offline at no additional cost.