Thappad to premiere on 'Amazon Prime video' on May 1
Taapsee's latest film 'Thappad' is going to be streamed on Amazon Prime Video. This information has been given by Amazon through its official Twitter account.
MUMBAI: A complete lockdown has been implemented in country till May3. In this time of lockdown every channel is telecasting their some of best shows.
At the same time , OTT platform is also arranging best playlist for audience. Now, every week Amazon Prime is launching new movies on their platform and this time its Bollywood's masterpiece 'Thappad'.
Taapsee's latest film 'Thappad' is going to be streamed on Amazon Prime Video. This information has been given by Amazon through its official Twitter account. Amazon wrote, "Just a slap ... but can't kill." Also shared a photo with it. In which it is stated that 'Thappad' will be available online on May 1.
Thappad is Taapsee Pannu's famous film of the year 2020. The film is directed by Anubhav Sinha. Released on February 28, the film was well received by the critics. The story of the film is that of a domestic woman, whom her husband slaps in a stuffy atmosphere. The woman then files for divorce. The film's story is how she fights for her rights.
In this time of lockdown, many other films came on OTT Platform. Akshay Kumar's Laxmmi Bomb will also premiere on OTT platform. Few days ago Irrran Khan’s Angrezi Medium was also released on OTT platform. Disney and Hotstar app released that film on their platform.
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