New Bollywood Movies on Amazon Prime Page

I’m excited to introduce a new page at Access Bollywood that features a list of all of the Bollywood movies streaming for free with an Amazon Prime membership. You can find links to the new page in the header menu and in the left sidebar. If you’re not already an Amazon Prime member, click here to try it for free for 30 days.

Amazon’s Instant Video catalog is a challenge to navigate. Within the Prime Video: Bollywood subcategory, sort options are limited to “Featured” and “Newest Arrivals.” Also, titles are frequently misspelled, and the dates listed are often the date the film released digitally, not its theatrical release date. I’ve streamlined the (at present) 90+ titles into an alphabetical list, with correct spellings and release dates.

Amazon Prime’s Bollywood catalog skews older than the Netflix Bollywood catalog, though some recent releases like 2013’s Kai Po Che! are available. There are great older titles like Dil Se and plenty of movies featuring early performances by some of today’s biggest stars. If you’re in the mood to marathon some of Akshay Kumar’s late ’90s Khiladi films, you’re in luck.

Creating this page and making sure all of the information is correct has been a massive undertaking, months in the making. Keeping the information current will likewise require painstaking work. If you appreciate the work I’ve put into this and would like to leave me a tip via PayPal, please follow this link.

Have a great Memorial Day weekend!

6 thoughts on “New Bollywood Movies on Amazon Prime Page

  1. moviemavengal

    I have seen Baazigar, and I would highly recommend it. Baazigar is early in SRK’s career, and in fact it is his first movie with a very young Kajol. It was a breakout film for both of them. Baazigar is from that era in Shahrukh’s career, pre-DDLJ where he played villains and dark characters (like in Darr). Baazigar has him in a dual role (eye color gives it away!). I knew nothing going in, so I don’t want to spoil it, but a roof top scene had me holding my hands over my mouth in shock. I had to stop the film and show my husband I was so stunned, because I had never seen Shahrukh like this. SRK won a Filmfare best actor award for the film, and it won best screenplay.

  2. Karma

    Thanks so much, Kathy. I tried to do this with my Amazon Watchlist, but as you said it is really difficult. Very much appreciated.



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