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After Gulabo Sitabo, Vidya Balan's Shakuntala Devi to release now on OTT platform

After Gulabo Sitabo, Vidya Balan's Shakuntala Devi to release now on OTT platform

| @indiablooms | 15 May 2020, 07:24 am

Mumbai/IBNS: Joining the new trend of film release in India, actress Vidya Balan starrer Hindi film Shakuntala Devi has joined Amitabh Bachchan's Gulabo Sitabo in premiering worldwide on online platform amid the Coronavirus spread and lockdown.

Balan on Friday announced on Twitter that her upcoming film, which was due to release on May 8, will now premiere on Amazon Prime Video.

The Kahaani actress tweeted, "Delighted to announce that you will get to see #ShakuntalaDevi very soon on @PrimeVideoIN with all your loved ones. Thrilled that we will be able to entertain you in these unprecedented times."

The announcement came just a day after the makers of Gulabo Sitabo informed that their film will release on Amazon Prime Video on Jun 12.

Gulabo Sitabo, which brings Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana onscreen for the first time, will be available in 200 countries and territories worldwide.

Speaking about his film, Bachchan said, "Gulabo Sitabo is a slice of life, dramedy that is a must watch for families at home," and added, "I was excited about my role since the first time Shoojit showed me the character’s look. It took me almost 3 hours each day to get into character with its different look."

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