Kantara OTT release: now streaming on Prime Video in Kannada, Telugu, and more languages

Kantara OTT release: popular movie now streaming on Amazon Prime Video in Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam.

Highlights
  • Kantara was initially released in Kannada and became one of the biggest hits of this year.
  • The film stars Indian actor and filmmaker Rishab Shetty and the Kannada film actress Sapthami Gowda.
  • Kantara will release on Prime Video in four languages.

Kantara OTT release is finally here. The Kannada action thriller film is one of the biggest hits of 2022 and was released on September 30th. The Rishab Shetty-directed movie starring Shetty himself, Sapthami Gowda, and Kishore has also become the second highest-grossing Kannada film of all time. The movie even received appreciation from the critics, who praised the performances by Shetty and Kishore. Due to its popularity, the movie was later released in theatres several languages, including Hindi. Kantara is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video in Kannada, Telugu, and more languages.

Where to watch Kantara on OTT?

Amazon Prime Video bagged the digital rights for Kantara. The movie is now streaming on the OTT platform. There were rumours that the OTT release date had been delayed by the makers multiple times before finalising the above-mentioned date.

Kantara OTT streaming languages

Kantara is streaming on Amazon Prime Video and users have the option to watch the movie in Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, or Malayalam. The movie has not been released in Hindi as of now. Kantara can be streamed with English subtitles.

Kantara cast

The movie explores the relationship between humans and nature and stars Rishab Shetty as the lead Kaadubettu Shiva, with the supporting cast of Sapthami Gowda who plays Leela, Kishore who plays Muralidhar, a Deputy Range Forest Officer, Achyuth Kumar who plays Devendra, and Pramod Shetty. The movie is written and directed by Rishab Shetty and is produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the label of Hombale Film, which is popularly known for its production of KGF, another Indian-Kannada language blockbuster.

Sapthami Gowda, the leading lady of the movie, said the following on the movie’s massive success in an exclusive interview with IndiaToday.in: “It hasn’t sunk in yet. We haven’t digested the fact that the film has become so huge. We are just happy that the movie we made with so much love is reaching the audience. The reason why we are thanking the Karnataka people is that it is through their word of mouth that the film has captured such an audience. In Mumbai, we are getting such great reviews. It hits us when we go on Twitter and see people talking about it. When people around us talk about it, it makes us proud. Other than that, everything internally for us has changed. We are just happy.” 

Kantara review

Kantara has received positive critical responses from critics and the audience. The Hindu wrote, “Rishab Shetty succeeds in meticulously bringing a tale of myths, legends, and superstition, and that too in his native dialect.” The New Indian Express said the film is “a compelling revenge-action drama with a neat blend of crime and divinity.” The Times of India called Kantara “a visual grandeur”.