However, since its release, the Hindi speaking audience has been eagerly waiting for the dubbed version of the film, as Kanta Rao is currently on air. Amazon Prime Video In four regional languages: Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam.
Kanta Rao, which stars director Rishabh Shetty, Saptami Gowda and Kishore in lead roles, was originally slated to launch on Amazon Prime Video. However, that was only after a few days Revealed The Hindi version will stream on Netflix.
Where to watch Kantara Hindi on OTT?
Prime Video has acquired the digital streaming rights for Kantara and it is currently streaming in four languages on Amazon Prime Video. However, Netflix has acquired the Hindi OTT rights of Kanta Rao.
Kantara OTT Streaming Languages
Due to its popularity, Kantara, which was first released in Kannada, was later dubbed theatrically in several languages, including Hindi. On Amazon Prime Video, users can currently watch it in only four languages, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil or Malayalam. The Hindi dubbed version is all set to release today on Netflix.
Kantha Rao cast
Kanta Rao explores the relationship between humans and nature and features director Rishabh Shetty himself in the lead role Kaadubettu Shiva, Saptami Gowda as Leela, Kishore as Deputy Range Forest Officer Muralidhar, Achyut Kumar and Pramod Shetty as Devendra. Vijay Kiragandur is producing the film under Hombale Film banner.
Review by Kantarao
IMDb Rating: 9/10
Kantha Rao received acclaim from critics and audiences alike. The Hindu wrote in its review, “Rishabh Shetty succeeds in bringing out a story steeped in myths, legends and superstitions and that too in his local dialect.” Meanwhile, New Indian Express called the film “a compelling revenge-action drama with a neat blend of crime and divinity”. Kanta Rao’s review for The Times of India called the film “a visual masterpiece”.
Kantha Rao recently faced a controversy over its popular song ‘Varaha Roopa’, as a group claimed that it was too similar to the original song. However, now there are courts Directed The filmmakers re-added the song to the film.