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Bell Bottom To Release On Amazon Prime Video In September, Check Details

Bell Bottom OTT Digital Release: Akshay Kumar is trying all his best to get the film industry back on track and his recent decision to release Bell Bottom on big screens was the biggest step towards it. The movie is going to release on Big Screens across India from 19th August 2021, in Hindi audio in 2D and 3D versions too.

Still, there are lots of his who can’t watch this film in theatres due to the COVID restrictions by the local government, and they are waiting for the Digital and OTT release of the film, here we are going to talk about the Digital Rights and OTT release date of the film along with the Platform.

Digital Rights & Price

The digital rights of the film are owned by Streaming Gaint Amazon Prime Video, Prime Video bags the digital rights of the film in 80 Crores according to some of the inside media reports, although there is no official confirmation about the Pricing of the film.

OTT Release Date

The movie is expected to release on Amazon Prime Video on 17th September 2021, the official release date is yet to be announced the digital release of the film depends upon the box office collections. If the film does well at the box office, we may get to see the delay in its OTT release.

Some of the sources have also confirmed that, if the box office of the film goes decent, the film may release on Amazon Prime Video between 3rd -10th Sept. 2021, and it will follow the same pattern as Vijay’s Master. Last Year Master was released on OTT within 15 days of its Big Screen release. Stay tuned with us and we will update a confirmed released date of the film on Prime Video very soon.

Try to watch the film in the cinema near you if possible, for more news, box office and updates about the films and series, stay tuned with us.



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