Runway 34 takes off for early access on OTT platform

Runway 34- Inspired by true incidents, the film follows the story of Captain Vikrant Khanna (played by Ajay Devgn), a flying prodigy, whose flight takes a mysterious course after take-off from an international destination. The cutting-edge visual treatment of the narrative, a crisp story, and screenplay make the movie an immersive watch.

The film also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Rakul Preet Singh, Boman Irani, Angira Dhar and Aakanksha Singh. Commenting on the development of early access on the OTT, Ajay Devgn said, “‘Runway 34’ has been my dream project and I am very excited to offer viewers early access to the movie through Movie Rentals on Amazon Prime Video. The intent with every movie that I make, is to take it to the widest audience possible.”

“Through the service, the film will be available to movie lovers from every corner of the country – who can enjoy streaming the movie at a time and device of their choice. For those who missed watching the movie in the theatre, you can get together with your friends and family for an at-home movie night this Friday! As a special treat for my fans, I am excited to share some previously unreleased footage from the film – I hope you enjoy it”, he added.

The viewers can rent the movie in 4K quality for Rs 199 on Prime Video. ‘Runway 34’ has been directed and produced by Ajay Devgn under the banner of Ajay Devgn films.

The launch of Movie Rentals on Prime Video is an extension of its entertainment marketplace offering, and provides customers across India an at-home, theatre-like early access to films. Movie lovers across the country, can gain early access to the latest Indian and international hit movies for rentals, before digital subscription. In addition, Movie Rentals on Prime Video feature titles beyond the ones available with Prime subscription, thereby, increasing selection and choice for customers.

Consumers will be able to rent Runway 34 on Prime Video at INR 199 only. The rental destination can be accessed via the STORE tab on primevideo and the Prime Video app on Android smart phones, smart TVs, connected STBs and Fire TV stick. Customers get a 48-hour window to complete the film once playback is initiated. Customers can start watching the film within 30 days of the transaction date.  The movie will be available as part of Prime subscription starting 24th June.