No Time To Die OTT Release Date Set for March 4 on Amazon Prime Video in India
No Time To Die is set to premiere on Amazon Prime Video in India in March, the video streaming platform announced Thursday. The latest in the James Bond film franchise is Daniel Craig’s latest film portraying secret agent 007 James Bond. The film earned over $770 million (approximately Rs 5,800 crore) at the worldwide box office, with generally favorable reviews from critics and viewers. As a result, No Time To Die is one of Hollywood’s biggest films during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
According to Amazon Prime Video, Indian viewers will be able to watch No Time To Die in English, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu on March 4. The streaming service already offers 24 James Bond films, including Spectre, Skyfall, Casino Royale, License to Kill, Quantum of Solace, Goldfinger, Thunderball, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and Dr. No. No Time To Die is the fifth film of Craig as secret agent James Bond, after Casino Royale in 2006, Quantum of Solace in 2008, Skyfall in 2012, followed by Spectrum in 2015.
No Time To Die follows the story of James Bond (Daniel Craig) who has retired to Jamaica, but is back in action thanks to his CIA friend Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) who sends him on his latest mission. – save a kidnapped scientist. Bond must face a dangerous villain, Lucifer Safin (Rami Malek), aided by new British secret agent Nomi (Lashana Lynch) who has taken over Bond’s 007 status. Madeline Swann (Léa Seydoux) returns to the franchise after playing her love interest in Spectre. No Time To Die also features characters such as Bond’s ally Paloma (Ana de Armas), MI6 Quartermaster (Ben Whishaw), and MI6 Chief (Ralph Fiennes).
According to Box Office Mojo, No Time to Die has grossed over $774,153,007 (roughly Rs. 5,800 crore) worldwide since its October 8 release. The film also received nominations for the 2022 Oscars, including Best Original Song (No Time to Die), Best Sound, and Best Visual Effects.
No Time to Die will be released on March 4 on Prime Video in India, alongside the 24 Bond films currently available for viewing on Amazon’s streaming platform.