Manamey OTT release: Here’s where you can stream Sharwanand’s rom-com

    Sharwanand and Krithi Shetty's romantic comedy drama Manamey is available to stream on OTT!

    Manamey Trailer

    Manamey Trailer

    After a decent month-long theatrical run, the Telugu romantic comedy-drama Manamey, starring Sharwanand and Krithi Shetty, is finally set to make its digital debut. Directed by Sriram Adittya, the family entertainer initially hit the big screens on June 7, 2024, and opened to mixed-positive reviews from viewers.

    Although the makers have not yet announced the date for its digital debut, reports indicate that it might start streaming in a couple of weeks. Streaming platform Amazon Prime Video has acquired the OTT rights of the film and will make it available for streaming in multiple languages.

    All about Manamey

    Based on the 2010 Hollywood film Life As We Know It, this Telugu entertainer is the tale of parenthood. In the film, Sharwanand and Kriti become caregivers to a toddler. While Krithi Shetty plays a disciplined character, Sharwanand plays a carefree man. The young child’s character is played by Vikram Adittya, the son of director Sriram Adittya. 

    The film is set in London, UK. Besides the lead cast, the supporting cast includes Seerat Kapoor, Ayesha Khan, Vennela Kishore, Rahul Ramakrishna, and Rahul Ravindran.

    The music for the film is composed by Hesham Abdul Wahab. On the technical front, cinematography is handled by Vishnu Sharma and Gnana Shekar VS. Prawin Pudi serves as the editor, and Jonny Shaik is the art director.


    Sharwanand on Manamey

    During the film's promotions, Sharwanand mentioned that the romantic comedy was made to entertain audiences without heavy-handed messages or unnecessary emotions. He also highlighted that the film combines entertainment with an impactful message, focusing on the importance of spending quality time with loved ones.

    Upon its theatrical release, Manamey received mixed reception, with viewers calling it a decent watch with an average screenplay. Audiences and critics noted that while the first half of the film is engaging, the second half lacked impactful scenes and felt prolonged.