YRF Movies Leaving Amazon Prime in 2022

[October 3, 2022 update: At least for now, this appears to be a catalog cleanup rather than a mass expiration. Previously, all Yash Raj Films movies were listed in the Amazon Prime catalog twice, with two distinct catalog ID numbers for each title. The older of the two catalog IDs for each film has expired, but the newer one remains. For now, YRF movies are still available on Prime.]

It’s last call at Amazon Prime for the majority of movies in the Yash Raj Films catalog. 65 titles are set to expire from Prime on September 30, 2022.

This removal may be temporary, but there’s also a chance that the departures presage the launch of the independent streaming service YRF announced it was working on last year. The company already assigned a December 2 release date to its first streaming series The Railway Men, and the show needs a home, so the timing seems right. A handful of YRF films from 2016 — including Fan and Sultan — are currently unavailable for streaming anywhere, presumably waiting for the debut of the YRF Entertainment streaming service.

All eleven of the YRF movies released since August, 2017 will remain on Amazon Prime for the time being (check my list of Bollywood movies on Amazon Prime for links). The company’s four most recent films — Bunty Aur Babli 2, Prithviraj, Jayeshbhai Jordaar, and Prithviraj — have their own separate streaming contract with Amazon Prime and will likely be last to leave the service.

Here are all the titles leaving Amazon Prime on September 30, 2022, organized first in descending order of my star-ranking, then alphabetically:

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4 thoughts on “YRF Movies Leaving Amazon Prime in 2022

  1. gahani

    i am so sad that these movies are leaving, i cant afford another platform. and we dont even know when that platform will come. i feel depressed. i pretty much watched bits of my favorite yrf childhood movies on prime like everyday

    1. Kathy Post author

      I’m with you, gahani. I just counted, and I’m currently subscribed to 8 different streaming services! I don’t need another one. YRF’s catalog isn’t even that big compared to what other services can offer. This is frustrating.


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