Main Atal Hoon on OTT: Here is when and where you can watch the Pankaj Tripathi starrer biographical film

    Here is when and where you can watch Pankaj Tripathi's political biographical drama Main Atal Hoon. The movie is based on the life of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. 

    Main Atal Hoon

    Main Atal Hoon

    Pankaj Tripathi starrer Main Atal Hoon was released in the theatres on January 19, 2024. The movie was a political biographical drama based on the life of the former Prime Minister Of India, Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Now, the movie is all set to start streaming on the OTT platform to reach a wider audience.

    Talking about the same, Main Atal Hoon will start streaming on the OTT streaming platform, Zee5. The official social media handle of the OTT platform shared the announcement. It revealed that the political biopic will be released on Zee5 on March 14, 2024.

    The movie also stars Piyush Mishra, Ramesh Kumar Sevak, Daya Shankar Pandey, Pramod Pathak, Payal Nair, Rajesh Khatri, Eklakh Khan, Eta Kaul and Harshad Kumar in pivotal roles. The film has been directed by National-award winning director Ravi Jadhav. The movie focuses on the political achievements of the legendary politician who also dabbled as a poet and a statesman. It has been bankrolled by Vinod Bhanushali, Sandeep Singh, and Kamlesh Bhanushali.

    Desimartini’s review for Main Hoon Atal read, “Main Atal Hoon mainly falls flat when it comes to forming a strong connection with the story of the revered politician and poet on an interpersonal level. We can read his many achievements in a history textbook too but the movie could have aimed at giving an insight into the late politician as an individual and what helped carve his strong principles and virtues. This only comes into play in the first half when he is shown to be inspired by his father Krishna Bihari Vajpayee (Piyush Mishra) and later by his mentors in RSS and Rashtra Dharma. Once the focus shifts to rapidly laying a glance at all his political endeavors, there is no mention of his family members again. Even when the film focuses on the important events under his tenure, we are not given ample time to sink into each event as the transition happens very quickly. A brief focus on Vajpayee’s first and unfulfilled love is made which does not act as a strong catalyst in the screenplay.”