UPDATE September 19: Kabir Singh is now available to stream on Netflix. You can now enjoy the movie on your TV or smartphone with your subscription.
UPDATE September 10: Hrithik’s Super 30 is now streaming on Hotstar VIP
UPDATE September 7: Sony has bagged exclusive rights for Kabir Singh movie’s TV premiere. According to reports, Kabir Singh may air on Set Max in October this year. While fans are excited for World TV Premiere, the exact dates are not known yet.
Kabir Singh was among the most anticipated movies of Bollywood this year. Released in June, this film surprised all and emerged as the highest-grossing film of Bollywood in 2019 till now. Kabir Singh is releasing on Netflix this month. Read furthermore for all the details.
Kabir Singh Streaming On Netflix
Kabir Singh is the Hindi remake of Telugu film Arjun Reddy. Arjun Reddy is already streaming on Prime Video. It is a story of a top surgeon who is also a drug addict and falls in love with Preethi. Shahid Kapoor plays Kabir Singh, and Kiara Advani plays Preeti in this film.
Kabir Singh will be released on Netflix on September 19 2019.
Kabir Singh will be released on Netflix on 19 September. You can expect the movie to go live on Netflix library from the midnight of 18th September 2019 itself.
Netflix has also announced more affordable plans exclusively for Indian customers. You can now subscribe to Netflix by paying ₹ 199 to enjoy such latest movies on the digital platform. So it seems like a good time to renew your Netflix subscription in case you have cancelled it. You can also check list all the upcoming movies on Netflix for September month.
People and media highly criticized Kabir Singh for allegedly promoting forced masculinity.
Shahid Kapoor had defended Kabir Singh in an interview. Speaking to BollywoodHungama, Shahid said:
“There is only one problem with Kabir Singh – his anger management. Whether it is his love, his dog, the bai; whenever he loses his temper, he messes up. In the first scene itself in the film, the dad says your brother is zero.”
“If Kabir hadn’t slapped Preeti (Kiara’s character), would everything else that he did be okay? Because he slapped the girl, you feel that is unacceptable and that Kabir Singh is an unacceptable character. We want you to feel this is unacceptable; his behaviour has gone beyond control,” he added.
Shahid Defended Kabir Singh
The 38-year-old actor also explained the concept of hero and villain does not apply on the movie: “Kabir Singh is the guy who the film is about, and he is the guy ‘who’s the problem’- the ‘protagonist’ and ‘antagonist’ of the movie,” he added.
He also took upon the allegations of misogyny associated with the film. He said, “This word, misogyny was often used for the film. Misogyny, I think, means prejudice towards women, but Kabir Singh had a problem with everyone. He had a problem with his father, his brother, and he abuses everyone. He has a problem with his friends, his principal; just everyone. How does he have a problem towards women? I felt he was misbehaving with everyone.”
Much like Sandeep, Shahid picked the example of Ranbir Kapoor’s Sanju and said:
“I thought why people are so aggressive. I saw the picture Sanju, and I loved the film. He tells a random interviewer that he slept with 310 girls and did not remember the rest. Actors have to be brave to choose a character, to be loved for the stardom and hated for the character.”
The film directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga was made on a budget of approx. Rs. 68 crore and collected Rs. 275 crore at the Box-Office. Kabir Singh enjoys 7.5/10 on IMDb and will be streaming on Netflix from 19th September 2019.
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