This week, Amazon Prime Video brings to its customers an eclectic mix of gripping Indian and International titles across languages and genres. Prime Members in India and across 240 countries and territories can stream the eagerly awaited Marathi feature Picasso starring Prasad Oak, Ashwin Mukadam, Samay Tambe in pivotal roles, starting 19th March. The film is a story about father and son relationship, hope and dreams – of life imitating art, and how art can heal lives. It revolves around the father -son duo Pandurang and Gandharva.
For those who enjoy light-hearted fun, there’s Paddington, starring Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins and Julie Walters in prominent roles. The animated movie centers around a young Peruvian bear who travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he meets the kind Brown family, who offer him a temporary haven. This warm-hearted adventure-comedy premieres on 19th March on the service.
Starting 20th March, customers can stream Kapatadhaari. The movie revolves around Gowtham, a traffic cop, investigates an unsolved murder case from the past that is out of his jurisdiction. It stars Sumanth, Sai Dheena and V. Jayaprakash in pivotal roles.
Picasso – 19th March
Gandharva, a 7th grade student from a remote village in the Konkan belt of Maharashtra is selected for a National Painting Competition. The winner gets to travel to Spain – Picasso’s birthplace – to hone their skills. But entering the competition requires a fee that his parents cannot afford. With an ailing mother and a father struggling with debt and alcoholism, the chances of him being able to participate look slim. Gandharva’s father Pandurang was once an accomplished stage actor, but his addiction now stands in the way of him performing, which was both his passion and a means to provide for his family. Will Pandurang be able to fight his demons and bring his art back to life – not for himself, but for his son? Picasso is a story about fathers and sons, hope and dreams – of life imitating art, and how art can heal lives.
Paddington – 19th March
A young Peruvian bear travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he meets the kind Brown family, who offer him a temporary haven, giving him the chance to experience a number of adventures in the big city.
Kapatadhaari – 20th March
Gowtham, a traffic cop, investigates an unsolved murder case from the past that is out of his jurisdiction.