Updated June 6th, 2024 at 13:26 IST

Aranmanai 4 OTT Release: Tamannaah Bhatia Starrer Locks Date, To Premiere On THIS Date In June

Tamannaah Bhatia and Raashii Khanna starrer Aranmanai 4 grossed around Rs 100 crore at the box office against a reported budget of Rs 30 crore.

A poster of Aranmanai 4. | Image:X
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Aranmanai 4, starring Tamannaah Bhatia and Raashii Khanna, earned well at the box office. The movie which serves as the fourth installment of the popular Tamil comedy-horror franchise Aranmanai, co-starred Ramachandra Raju, Santhosh Prathap, Kovai Sarala and Yogi Babu. Helmed by Sundar C, the movie released last month and grossed around Rs 100 crore at the box office against a reported budget of Rs 30 crore. Despite earning well at the box office, the movie is all set to make its way to the OTT platform just a month after its theatrical release.

When and where to watch Aranmanai 4

The official Instagram page of Disney Plus Hotstar (Tamil) shared a poster of the movie announcing that the movie will release on June 21. “Oru semma Family entertainer! Aranmanai 4 Streaming From June 21 On Disney +Hotstar,” read the caption.

Apart from Tamil, the movie will be available in Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

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Aranmanai 4 is the highest-grossing Tamil film of 2024

Despite its strong fan base, the film was met with largely unfavourable reviews upon release, with critics citing a predictable plot, overused comedic tropes, and lackluster special effects. Nevertheless, an official poster from the filmmakers claims that Aranmanai 4 has earned Rs 100 crore in just 20 days. This makes it one of the few Tamil films this year to achieve such a milestone, alongside Captain Miller and Ayalaan.

Amid the success of Aranmanai 4, Khushbu Sundar, who bankrolled the project, reflected how South India lacks a multiplex audience that is available for Bollywood. In an interview with PTI, she asserted that she desires to make movies like Bollywood but does not find the audience for it. She gave the example of Badhaai Ho and argued that the film flopped when it was remade in Tamil. She said "I am not the kind of a producer who would say that I am making only women-centric films. I would love to do something like Darlings, Badhaai Ho, or Crew. But unfortunately, we still don’t have that kind of a multiplex audience in South India as yet. That’s going to take some time. When Badhaai Ho was made in Tamil, it bombed. It didn’t do well.”  
 

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Published June 6th, 2024 at 13:26 IST