Jogi: OTT streaming release time, date and cast for Diljit Dosanjh’s new film
What date and time will the Hindi film Jogi release for OTT streaming in India and who will join Diljit Dosanjh in the cast?
Although multi-million dollar promotional campaigns for upcoming TV shows and movies are the norm; YouTube views are the best way to determine the audience profile before releasing a new release.
Well, singer Diljit Dosanjh’s latest film has been a hit with the OTT audience, with over 27 million views on the official YouTube trailer.
So, as the fans around the world to the first start, we share the story of Jogi, the date and time it will be released for OTT streaming and who will join Dosanjh in the actor .
What is Jogi?
Jogi is an upcoming Hindi language drama film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar (Sultan, Bharat and Tiger Zinda Hai) under the production banner AAZ.
The film tells the story of a society torn apart by the anti-Sikh riots that broke out in India in 1984. According to Gadgets360, the film is “a fictional genre, which tells the story of terror of 1984. anti-Sikh protests in Delhi.
In fact, the film focuses on a college student named Jogi as he cuts his hair, joins forces and hatches a plan to secretly take his people to Punjab.
Fortunately, Jogi is not the only one; along with police officer Rawinder Chautala and friend Kaleem, they must try to hide the plan and avoid the criminals at all costs.
“In turbulent 1980s India, three friends of different faiths unite in a glorious and dangerous effort to save hundreds in their town.” – Jogi summary, via Netflix.
However, in the midst of the riots, it came to light that a corrupt politician named Tejpal had incited the hatred and hired hooligans to target Sikh houses.
Speaking to Telegraph India, director Ali Abbas Zafar explained how “The sole purpose of making this film is to evoke the right emotions.”
“If you tell a story that’s about expressing different emotions on different levels, that’s the truth, that’s the point you want to evoke in your audience.” – Ali Abbas Zafar, via Telegraph India.
Jogi: OTT release date and time announced
Jogi is scheduled to be released for OTT streaming via the Netflix platform on Friday, September 16th.
The film is scheduled to release from 12:30 PM Indian Standard Time; typical update window for all original, sync-free content – reposted by Gadgets360.
Netflix India is currently offering subscription membership options that will include Jogi on its global OTT release on Friday, September 16thincluding:
- Mobile – Rs 149 per month, limited access to a mobile device at 480p resolution
- Basic – Rs 199 per month, access on any non-mobile device in 720p resolution
- Standard – Rs 499 per month, access on two non-mobile devices in 1080p resolution
- Premium – Rs 649 per month, access on four non-mobile devices in 4K resolution
There are also several third-party bundle offers that include Netflix subscription, including Reliance Jio, Reliance Jio Fiber, Vodafone Idea, Airtel and Tata Play DTH.
“When you make a movie, you need a lot of control over the composition. But the main theme of the film is the idea of not giving up on love and hope. Everyone who stepped up to make this movie just worked on that. When people walk out of the film, I hope they think that no matter what happens, love will win in the end.” – Ali Abbas Zafar, via Telegraph India.
Who are the members of Jogi?
The following members are confirmed to perform at Jogi; however, many names of people have yet to be revealed.
- Diljit Dosanjh as Jogi
- Amyra Dastur as Kammo, Jogi’s lover
- Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub as Rawinder Chautala
- Hiten Tejwani plays Lali, Kammo’s friend
- Apinderdeep Singh
- Paresh Pahuja as Kaleem
- Neelu Kohli
- Kumud Mishra as Tejpal
- Mikhail Yawalkar
- Sadanand Patil
- Saurabh Chauhan
- Shailesh Shankar Kulkarni
“Jogi is a story about finding hope in the midst of adversity. Hence the germ of the film. We were lucky that Diljit (Dosanjh) came on board because there was no one better than him to play. combine this story. Today, Jogi is Jogi for him.” – Ali Abbas Zafar, via Telegraph India.
By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]
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