Uttwaraan OTT Release Date: Bengali film Uttwaraan to stream on Zee5 from December 30


  • Uttwaraan, the Bengali language movie, will stream on the OTT streaming platform Zee5
  • It will premiere on December 30th 2022
  • Koushik Ganguly, Ankush Hazra, and Saayoni Ghosh star in this Indraadip Dasgupta film

Bengali films have had their own charm, and OTT viewers are now warming up to them. Recently Anatana: The Eternal started streaming on the OTT platform Zee5. Now another Bengali film is making its way to stream online. Uttwaraan, the film which premiered at the 28th Kolkata Film Festival, is soon going to stream on a popular online platform. If you want to watch Uttwaraan digitally, then read along to know more deets.

Uttwaraan OTT Release Date: Where and when to stream it online

The movie will premiere on the OTT streaming platform Zee5. Uttwaraan will be available for streaming purposes from December 30th 2022. The subscribed members of the platform can watch it online on an SVOD basis. OTT audience can avail of Zee5 membership at Rs. 699 per year for premium high definition (HD) access or get a premium 4K membership at Rs. 1499 for twelve months.

Uttwaraan Official Trailer

The official trailer of Uttwaraan was released on YouTube on December 17, 2022. The two minutes thirty-two seconds trailer has generated a very low-key buzz. It has got only 5,165 views at the time of filing the article.

Uttwaraan Cast and Crew

The movie stars Koushik Ganguly as Vishnu Sen, Ankush Hazra as Rudra, and Saayoni Ghosh as Sati, among others. Belonging to the drama genre, Indraadip Dasgupta is the director of Uttwaraan.

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Uttwaraan Storyline

The Bengali film Uttwaraan: The Terror Amongst Their Hearts touches on the sensitive topic of the COVID-19 pandemic. The movie depicts what the locked down actually was like for the ordinary, common man. It revolves around five individuals who are stuck under one roof during the lockdown times. The fear of death connects the people, who are otherwise divided by economic as well as social barriers.