‘Aavesham’ Hindi version to premiere on Disney+ Hotstar on 28 June

Meanwhile, the Tamil version is believed to debut soon on Amazon Prime Video. However, an official confirmation is awaited.

BySouth First Desk

Published Jun 22, 2024 | 1:29 PM Updated Jun 22, 2024 | 1:29 PM

Aavesham Hindi to premiere on Disney+ Hotstar on 28 June

Aavesham has turned out to be the most successful movie in the career of Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil. The film raked in over ₹150 crores at the box office worldwide.

The superhit Malayalam film, released in theatres on 11 April, won rave reviews. Fahadh Faasil’s one-man show, besides other factors, made the film a must-watch.

The Fahadh Faasil-starrer debuted on Amazon Prime Video on 9 May and is still trending on the digital streaming platform.

However, its success also opened the doors to a heated debate on the absence of women characters in Malayalam cinema, especially in the recent past.

Meanwhile, the Hindi version of Aavesham will be premiered on Disney+ Hotstar on 28 June. The OTT giant announced the news on its social media pages on Friday, 21 June.

The Hindi version of Aavesham, too, is expected to become a hit like the original.

Meanwhile, sources said the Tamil version of Aavesham will be released soon on Amazon Prime Video. However, there is no official confirmation on this yet.

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Aavesham, a roaring hit in Fahadh’s career

Aavesham is a pakka mass entertainer directed by Jithu Madhavan, who debuted in 2023 with the sleeper hit Romancham.

The director took inspiration from some real-life incidents reported in Bengaluru, where he lived for around 11 years.

The film revolves around three students pursuing engineering in Bengaluru and their friendship with Rangan, a local don (Fahadh Faasil). For the first time in his career, Fahadh played a loud character in the movie.

Sajin Gopu, as Amban—the henchman of Ranga, is another important takeaway of the movie. He got an equal role in the flick as Fahadh and their combo worked wonders in theatres.

The outstanding soundtrack, composed by Sushin Shyam, is ruling the charbusters. Indeed, the jukebox of the movie is trending on online music platforms.

Aavesham also boasts quirky writing like that in Mammootty’s Rajamanickam (2005) and Pokkiri Raja (2007), which left the audience in splits.

The film was produced by Anwar Rasheed Entertainments.

(Edited by Y Krishna Jyothi)

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