Amazon Obhijaan set for pan India release today
After a successful and on-going run at the theatres in Bengal, Amazon Obhijaan, the most expensive Bengali film ever produced is set for a riveting national level debut. Produced by SVF – Eastern India's largest movie production house, the film will be released nationally on January 5 in five different Indian languages i.e., Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Assamese and Odia. While the Hindi version has been titled as Amazon Abhiyan, the mega-budget film will be called Amazon Adventure in rest of the languages.
With an everlasting desire to entertain the audiences, SVF and the Kamaleswar Mukherjee, the director, shot Amazon Obhijaan in Amazon rainforest, making it the first Indian movie and only the 8th movie worldwide to be shot in that location. With panthers, anacondas, alligators, deceptive rivers and tribals galore – Amazon Adventure/Amazon Abhiyan promises an adventure of a lifetime.
Commenting on this, Mahendra Soni – co-founder, SVF said, "We are a company driven by the passion called cinema and strive towards bringing the best possible experience for our audience. We are thrilled with the overwhelming response that Amazon Obhijaan has received in Bengal. We are confident that people across all age groups will love the way we have brought Amazon on screen."
Amazon Obhijaan is the sequel to the 2013 blockbuster Chander Pahar which, at the time, broke all records for being the most successful Bengali film ever made in Bengal. The story of Amazon Obhijaan written, scripted and directed by the doctor-turned-director Kamaleswar Mukherjee delves into the deep jungles of the Amazonia. The expedition led by the Bengali cinestar Dev, playing the explorer Shankar Choudhury, is touted as a visual treat to watch for people who love adventure.