Amazon Prime Video will launch in India next month
Amazon Prime Video will launch in India next month

After the launch of Amazon Prime in India back in July, nearly everybody has been sitting tight for some kind of time span for the launch of Prime Video. While promoting its most recent huge budget show, The Grand Tour, the organization has declared that Prime Video will be launched in more than 200 nations next month, including in India.

The declaration was made by means of a short video on The Grand Tour’s official Twitter account, where the previous Top Gear stars Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May affirm that their new show will be aired in 200 nations as right on time next month. While that isn’t an confirmation of an India launch, the video was retweeted by the checked Amazon Prime Video India account with the caption — “Yes! You heard that right!”

4 continents, 3 friends, 1 incredible adventure! What could possibly go wrong? @thegrandtour #ComingSoon to #AmazonPrimeVideo #India pic.twitter.com/2s7BArentC

— Amazon PrimeVideo IN (@AmazonVideoIN) November 18, 2016

Amazon Prime was launched in India with a cost of Rs 499, which is substantial for a year. There’s however no word on whether the Prime Video service will be incorporated into the present bundle, or it will be a paid add-on..

With Amazon Prime Video, you can access new releases, popular Bollywood blockbusters, Hollywood movies, US shows, global Award-winning Amazon Original Series and kids’ programming,” the website reads.

The company is also promising more localized content, saying, “We are excited to introduce upcoming, original and exclusive TV shows just for India.”

The countdown begins for @thegrandtour in India. Here’s what @JeremyClarkson, @MrJamesMay & @RichardHammond have to say about it. pic.twitter.com/2kvkvs5sHY

— Amazon PrimeVideo IN (@AmazonVideoIN) November 18, 2016

Earlier, Amazon signed a deal with Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions to stream existing and upcoming movies from the production house. It likewise went into a select substance concurrence with T-Series to stream upcoming motion pictures like Tum Bin 2, Raabta, Yaariyan 2, and Hate Story 4 among others.

 

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