Bollywood has had several films that have put emphasis on how police officers and other law enforcement officers who play a crucial part in society when it comes to seeking justice. However, what remains unsung is the stories of heroism which takes place in court by the words of a lawyer!
Fortunately, the world of OTT will see a much required law-oriented film with the release of Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming film ‘Law’! As many law-enforcement-officer-based films already have a franchise like ‘Singham’ which highlights the courageous traits of a police officer, hopefully, the film ‘Law’ is the start of a franchise that highlights the bold words of a lawyer!
The upcoming film will be an absorbing crime-thriller that will see the lead character of ‘Nandini’ fight it out for justice in the court, shining in the armor that is the lawyer’s coat, and using words as her weapon! The legal Kannada drama is led by Ragini Prajwal who makes her debut as a lead actress.
The lawyer plays a role of vital importance in providing justice to the people in the society and making sure that they have fair and equal rights in the court which is why we hope to see more of character Nandini’s adventures in the court with her taking on the forefront in an epic law-centric film franchise!
The film is directed by Raghu Samarth and produced by Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar, M Govinda. The film also features Siri Prahlad, Achyuth Kumar, Sudharani, and veteran actor Mukyamanthri Chandru in prominent roles.
Law also marks the first film from Sandalwood industry to have a digital release. The film has been created by Puneeth Rajkumar’s PRK Productions and will exclusively release on Amazon Prime Video, available for streaming on 17th July! Be sure to tune in!
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