Dr. Puneeth Rajkumar’s ‘Gandhada Gudi’ is set to stream on OTT: When and where to watch

Puneeth Rajkumar’s last film, written and directed by wildlife photographer-filmmaker, Amoghavarsha, is set to release on OTT on March 17.

Gandhada Gudi on OTT

Late actor Dr. Puneeth Rajkumar starrer Gandhada Gudi will be streamed on OTT this Friday on the 48th birth anniversary of Puneeth Rajkumar. Gandhada Gudi gives a glimpse of Puneeth Rajkumar and his love for nature and his native land. He sets out on a trip with Amoghavarsha to capture the region’s plentiful wildlife, scenic beauty, water bodies, and forgotten tales.


Speaking about Gandhada Gudi’s streaming on OTT, producer, and wife of Puneeth, Ashwini Puneeth Rajkumar has said, “The film was Appu’s dream project and he always wanted to do something about environmental conservation. The film was showered with an overwhelmingly positive response by Appu’s fans and audiences in Karnataka. We are grateful to everyone who has supported us throughout the journey of this film.” Quoted E Times.

Where to watch

‘Gandhada Gudi’ is going to be available on Amazon Prime Video. The film will have its premiere on Friday, March 17. So far, the premiere has been announced only in Kannada.

Director Amoghavarsha added, “It was heartening to see Gandhada Gudi and its unique experience receives historic positive reviews from across the world. Gandhada Gudi is a window into the unseen, mystical India and showcases a unique eastern view of our relationship with nature. As a country of 1.4 billion+ people, we still have the largest number of tigers and elephants roaming freely – and GG tries to answer this enigma. I’m extremely happy that the audience can journey with Puneeth and uncover, and experience these never before seen wonders and a slice of his real, raw self. I am thrilled that through OTT docu-feature will reach out to a wider audience in the country.”


‘Gandhada Gudi’ has stunning visuals of nature, travel, adventure, and the beauty of Karnataka told with a musical narrative, with the music composed by Ajaneesh Loknath.