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Trailer of 'Amazon Obhijaan' launched in six different languages
After the biggest poster and graphic novel launch, 'Amazon Obhijaan' has once again struck the chord by making another headline.

First time in history, a Bengali film's trailer has been released in six different languages. Along with Bengali, 'Amazon Obhijaan' will also release in four other regional languages namely Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Assamese and obviously in Hindi.

SVF recently released the official trailer in six languages simultaneously. Already, Amazon Obhijaan has become the most anticipated film of the year and audience from other parts of the country are eagerly waiting for the film's release. Within just forty eight hours, the trailer received around 686K (all six language versions combined) views on YouTube.

The trailer which leaves people awestruck has led to social media being flooded with good wishes form movie fans.

Mahendra Soni, Co-Founder & Director – SVF, said, "This is probably the first time in Indian film history that any movie trailer is being released simultaneously in six languages, and this is another step in our efforts to take Bengali cinema to newer heights, and reach a wider audience."

'Amazon Obhijaan' is a sequel of 'Chander Pahar', a film based on noted author Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay's novel of the same name. The director Kamaleswar Mukherjee has written the story keeping 'Chander Pahar' in mind, and even the names of the characters remain unchanged. Just like last time, this time too, Dev is playing Shankar Roy Chowdhury, the main lead and will be ably supported by actors David James and Svetlana Gulakova from other nations. It is the most expensive Bengali film ever made. 'Amazon Obhijaan' is going to hit the screens on Christmas Eve this year.

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