Directed by Anudeep KV, much-hyped romantic comedy film Prince was released in theatres on October 21, 2022 and has opened to a mixed response from the public as well as critics.
Starring Kollywood superstar Sivakarthikeyan in the lead role, Prince is the third directorial venture of Anudeep after the 2016 movie Pittagoda and the 2021 blockbuster comedy drama film Jathi Ratnalu.
Shot simultaneously in Telugu and Tamil, the film is produced by Suniel Narang, D. Suresh Babu, and Pushkar Ram Mohan under the banners of Sri Venkateswara Cinemas and Suresh Productions.
Prince: Tamil Movie Star Cast
The film stars the actor in the lead role as a secondary school teacher, Anbarasan, where Ukrainian actress Maria Ryaboshapka of “Special OPS 1.5: The Himmat Story”, plays his love interest, Jessica, a British girl and secondary school teacher.
Apart from them, the film also stars Sathyaraj, Premgi Amaran, Sathish Krishnan, Prankster Rahul, Anandaraj, Hello Kandasamy, and Finally Bharath in key roles.
Prince: Tamil Movie OTT Release Date
Those who aren’t able to go and watch the movie in theatres, have nothing to worry about. The film, said to be made on an average budget of around 20-30 crore, now streaming on Disney+Hotstar from 25th of Nov, after having a theatrical run in Telugu and Tamil languages.
— Disney+ Hotstar Tamil (@disneyplusHSTam) November 25, 2022
Story & Reviews
The bilingual film is getting different responses in Tamil and Telugu states. It is being said that it is receiving more positive responses in AP and Telangana than in Tamil Nadu as Telugu director Anudeep is said to be a brand images for unique comedies and crisp one-liners.
The plot of the series revolves around an Indian man, Anbarasan, who falls in love with a British girl, Jessica. The catch here is that the boy’s father is unable to accept this romance because his (Anbu’s) grandfather fought against the British.
No doubt the cast has done a tremendous job, but despite the Diwali week ahead, the film is creating an average buzz and it will take a strong word of mouth to have a long run on the silver screen.