Superstar Vijay’s ‘Master’ will have a digital release on January 29 on Amazon Prime Video. Read details.
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One of the most-awaited movies of the year, ‘Thalapathy’ Vijay’s Master is now digitally streaming on Amazon Prime Video. It premiered on Jan 29, 2021 at 00:00. Amazon Prime Video revealed the digital release date through a new trailer released on Jan 27, 2021. Note that the movie is released only in Tamil. Online streaming in other languages will be available later.
Released on Jan 13, 2021, Master opened to packed-houses, providing much-needed relief to the distributors and exhibitors. The movie is still going strong at the box office with the worldwide gross collection all set to cross Rs 250 crore mark.
It should be marked, Master was the first big release in theatres since the opening of cinema halls post-pandemic. It managed to bring the audience to the theatres, proving the start power of superstar Vijay.
While Master is still having a good run at the box office, its early digital premiere has left everyone shocked and surprised. The movie was planned to stream from February 12th but to everyone’s surprise, the streaming platform preponed the digital release to Jan 29, 2021. This has come as a big shock for the distributors and exhibitors who are still raking decent money at the box office.
Read:Master leaked within hours of its theatrical release
Actor Vijay is happy that the fans can enjoy the film on Amazon Prime Video in India and across the world. “I am certain that the interesting duel between John and Bhavani will take the audiences on a roller-coaster ride of action, and drama,” the actor said in a statement.
Written and directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, Master is an action-entertainer starring Thalapathy Vijay in a lead role. The movie revolves around a young professor named John Durairaj (Vijay) who is addicted to alcohol and is sent to a juvenile home to teach children. His encounter with Bhavani (Vijay Sethupathi), a deadly gangster forms the crux of the movie.
Master digital and satellite rights price
Master streaming rights are acquired by Amazon Prime for a whopping Rs 36 crore including all the languages. As per the reports coming, Amazon Prime has reportedly paid Rs 15.5 crores to the makers of Master for the early streaming.
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More and more language learners today are resorting to video platforms like Netflix and YouTube for unconventional listening practice. But with Amazon Prime already becoming a staple in so many households, why not also use its extensive video library?
If you already have Amazon Prime or plan to get it sometime in the near future, then this guide is perfect for you and your inner language lover. I mean Netflix for language learning is great and all, but Netflix is only useful for watching videos.
Amazon Prime is a full, well-rounded powerhouse that will also provide lifestyle essentials, free shipping, groceries, frequent deals, and more. And this post isn’t even sponsored by Amazon Prime, but I still know a powerful tool when I see one.
If you’ve used YouTube or Netflix for language learning, then you’ll be surprised to see just how different Amazon Prime Video is from those tools. For starters, Netflix offers audio options in 26 languages but languages options differ by each specific video. Each English video is typically audio dubbed in about 6 different languages, but children shows may be translated into around 20.
YouTube doesn’t offer audio translations at all, but will include foreign language subtitles in any number of languages if allowed by the video creator. It’s really a hit-or-miss kind of game with YouTube.
Amazon Prime offers videos in 60 languagesbut you can only view content with the audio it was originally produced in. So you won’t be able to find your favorite English prime video in Spanish or Russian, unless the producers themselves had the media translated.
Which usually isn’t the case.
You’ll find videos listed under a language as the only language that video is available in. English subtitles are available on lots of the videos though, so you can still understand what you’re watching.
For this reason Amazon Prime video for language learning can be just a bit limited at times. Here’s a list of all the languages followed by the number of videos available in said language:
Languages Available & Video Quantity
- Afrikaans (26)
- Albanian (6)
- Amharic (1)
- Arabic (70)
- Armenian (11)
- Basque (4)
- Bengali (142)
- Bulgarian (25)
- Catalan (10)
- Chinese (1,219)
- Croatian (14)
- Czech (82)
- Danish (48)
- Dutch (155)
- English (92,671)
- Estonian (7)
- Farsi (62)
- Filipino (2)
- Finnish (50)
- French (748)
- Georgian (3)
- German (359)
- Greek (21)
- Gujarati (52)
- Hebrew (71)
- Hindi (1,533)
- Hungarian (25)
- Icelandic (19)
- Indonesian (8)
- Italian (418)
- Japanese (778)
- Kannada (125)
- Kazakh (1)
- Korean (599)
- Latvian (5)
- Lithuanian (3)
- Macedonian (3)
- Malay (14)
- Malayalam (295)
- Marathi (151)
- Mongolian (39)
- Nepali (32)
- Pakistani (158)
- Polish (72)
- Portuguese (166)
- Punjabi (106)
- Romanian (21)
- Russian (632)
- Sanskrit (1)
- Serbian (16)
- Spanish (946)
- Swahili (10)
- Swedish (49)
- Tagalog (2)
- Tamil (797)
- Telugu (736)
- Thai (110)
- Turkish (41)
- Ukrainian (15)
- Urdu (158)
- Vietnamese (14)
So sure they boast 60 languages, but with Kazakh, Tagalog, Filipino, Amharic, Sanskrit, Macedonian, Lithuanian, and Georgian all having less than 4 videos;It’s a bit of an unfair claim.
Nonetheless, it’s super clear that if you’re learning English, Spanish, French, Hindi, Japanese, Italian, Korean, Chinese, Telugu, Russian, or German, you’ll have more than enough videos to keep yourself occupied with.
And yes, those links will take you exactly to that specific language’s videos. You can view the Amazon Prime page that displays all the languages here, and I recommend bookmarking for later.
You can also modify how subtitles appear here, if you’re not a fan of the default text settings.
Navigate to the Languages Page Yourself
If you’d like, follow along with these screenshots so you’ll know how to reach the links yourself.
1. Go to your Amazon Prime Homepage (literally “amazon.com”)
2. Click Prime Video in the top menu
3. Click the search button, leaving the search field empty
4. Check the Prime box in the left sidebar to make sure the video results are free with your subscription
5. Scroll down until you see Languages and/or Subtitles & Closed Captioning in the sidebar
You can choose whether or not to only see video results with English subtitles.
6. Click see more (if you’re target language isn’t listed there)
7. Ta-da! Now you can see all the languages for yourself
Searching for foreign language videos by search term
Search anything in the search bar, making sure that the drop down to the left is displaying “Prime Video.”
Scroll down to see what languages are available with videos related to the search.
You’ll notice that the available languages will change with each search term.
To view a video’s language and subtitles
Click the TV show or Movie and scroll down until you see “More Details.” Underneath you’ll see:
- Supporting actors
- MPAA rating
- Audio Languages
- Purchase rights
You might see multiple options available for subtitles but audio languages will only show 1, maybe 2. In the demo above, both subtitles and audio languages are displaying English. So there is no drop-down to change these settings for yourself, unlike Netflix or YouTube.
Here’s what multiple Audio Languages available looks like. Pretty simple to understand, right?
But wait…there’s more
As you can see, Amazon Prime Videos for language learning is a pretty simple, acheivable task for any subscriber. But even if you’re not an Amazaon Prime subscriber, you can still use all these navigation directions to find foreign language videos that Amazon sells.
‘Cause despite how many free prime videos there are, there are way more available videosif you’re willing to pay to watch them. I’d only suggest doing that for a video, movie, or TV show that you really wan’t to see.
‘Cause learning another language shouldn’t be expensive. It should be cheap, fun, and enjoyable. At least that’s my mantra on this site.
Subscribe to my email list or follow my RSS feed (using the floating icons at the top) to be notified of future posts on the best Amazon Prime Videos per language. That way you won’t have to waste your time looking.
If unconventional, enjoyable forms of learning that make language acquisition naturally simple sounds like the learning style for you, then I’ve got a treat for you.
Amazon Prime Video Master And Commander
Innovative Learning, also known as LanguagePod, offers a unique learning experience that cannot be found in traditional classrooms. Lessons are carefully crafted to include current events, vocabulary usage, celebrities, popular culture, and more. They offer a full solution that provides the material, guidance, exercises, and testing to really make the knowledge your own.
They offer a free lifetime plan, basic plan starting at just 4$, premium plan, and premium plus plan. Plus the site offers regular deals of up to 50% in all 34 languages.
And with their free app, you’ll be able to take the language with you wherever you go. So you’ll only hurt your language progression by not at least trying it out.
As some more treats still, you can get your own language learning toolbox straight to your inbox. Curated by myself to include tips, tricks, and hacks on naturally simplifying the acquisition process.
Amazon Prime Video Masterpiece Theatre
For a limited time, you’ll receive my free full at-home edition including a:
- 4-week Language Learning Plan (Checklist style)
- 2-week rapid acquisition Plan
- 100 Fun ways to learn a foreign language (Read the first 50 here)
- The password to my article on what a “Naturally simple approach to language learning even looks like”
And that’s just the beginning. So get excited!
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