Samantha Ruth Prabhu-starrer “Yashoda” will be available for streaming on Prime Video from December 9, the streamer announced on Tuesday.
In a press release, the Amazon streaming service said the Telugu movie will also be available to its subscribers with dubs in Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam languages.
Directed by filmmaker duo Hareesh Narayan and K Hari Shankar, the survival thriller featured Samantha in the titular role of Yashoda, a woman who agrees to join a surrogate program out of desperation to find her missing sister. Things start to go haywire when revelations about the high-end surrogate facility come to light.
The movie was released in theatres on November 11 to mixed reviews.
When Yashoda was written, we knew that the audience would find this thrilling adventure worth watching. Samanthas performance, and the incredible work done by the team has all paid off well. We are extremely thrilled with the response that the film has gotten across the country and cannot wait for the response of the global audience,” Narayan said in a statement.
Shankar called “Yashoda” a rare masterpiece in the Indian sci-fi genre.
“Such stories from the south Indian film industry are doing wonders pan-India, and that in itself is a matter of great pride for the team. We are thankful to Prime Video for allowing us the global platform that this film deserves,” he added.
“Yashoda” also stars Unni Mukundan, Varalakshmi Sarathkumar, Sampath Raj and Murali Sharma.
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