HIT 2 OTT release date: Superhit thriller HIT 2 is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video


  • A gripping cop drama directed by Sailesh Kolanu featuring an impressive Adivi Sesh
  • ‘HIT: The Second Case’ sets the scene for ‘HIT 3’

In 2022, Adivi Sesh’s biographical action film Major garnered immense praise. There were two editions of the movie: Telugu and Hindi. As one of the top Telugu language films of 2022, the movie is based on the life of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan. Major was well received in the Hindi version, which was screened at the 53rd International Film Festival of India. Since the release of Major, Adivi Sesh has become a familiar name in the Hindi film industry as well. On December 2nd 2022, he released his next Telugu movie, HIT: The Second Case/HIT 2. Made on a budget of est. ₹16 crores, HIT: The Second Case, went on to collect est. ₹50.05 crores at the box office. As Krishna Dev “KD”, the film’s protagonist, Adivi Sesh plays the male lead. If you are looking for a place to watch the film online, read along.

It has been three years since Vishwak Sen’s ‘Hit: The First Case’ was released, directed by Shailesh Kolanu. The film was presented by Nani. Prasanthi Tripirneni produced the film.

HIT 2 OTT release date: When and where to watch the movie online

Fans have been waiting for the movie to be available on the OTT platforms. Earlier news reports claimed that the movie would be available on a rent basis on Amazon Prime Video. However, Amazon Prime Video took to their official social media handles to share that the movie will stream from tonight, January 6. It is already streaming and movie enthusiasts that have a valid subscription from Amazon Prime Video can watch it at no extra cost. 

HIT 2: The plot

There is a gruesome murder investigation going on around laid-back cop Krishna Dev. When KD begins to unravel the layers of the crime, the stakes rise to an unprecedented level, and an unusual threat emerges. His life unfolds smoothly in all aspects. KD’s romance with Aarya (Meenakshi Chaudhary) deals with live-in relationships matter-of-factly, and the couple’s exchange of words with her mother (Geetha Bhascker) has some funny moments. It is through KD’s sarcasm that he counters the machinations of his superior (Rao Ramesh) and through his relationship with his small team that both friction and trust can be found.