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Amazon Prime Video pays tribute to Puneeth: Streaming giant to release Man of the Match, One Cut Two- Cinema express

Amazon Prime Video pays tribute to Puneeth: Streaming giant to release Man of the Match, One Cut Two Cut and Family Pack

The films are produced by Puneeth Rajkumar's PRK Productions

Published: 21st January 2022

Man of the Match, One Cut Two Cut, and Family Pack, produced by Puneeth Rajkumar's PRK Productions, will be out on Amazon Prime Video. The release date of the films on the OTT platform will be announced soon.

As a tribute to the late Puneeth Kumar, the streaming channel is also making five of his popular productions —Law, French Biryani, Kavaludaari, Mayabazaar, and Yuvarathnaa— free for streaming even for non-Prime members for one month starting from February 1.

Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar of PRK Productions said, "Puneeth Rajkumar's distinct vision for cinema fascinated audiences for years, earning him the massive fan-following. This honour is deserved. It now remains our endeavour to carry that legacy forward. We are happy to continue our successful association with Prime Video and take our films to viewers the world."

Manish Menghani, Head of Content Licensing, Amazon Prime Video, said, “This collaboration is our effort to pay a humble tribute to the creative excellence of Puneeth Rajkumar and his unique vision of storytelling. His contribution to cinema is immense, and we are sure these films will offer an immersive experience to his fans and admirers in India and beyond."

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