Operation Valentine To Stream On THIS OTT

Varun Tej’s patriotic aerial action film ‘Operation Valentine’ was released in theatres on 2nd March 2024 and received mixed reviews. Though the making and aerial action sequences got a good response, the film fetched a lukewarm response at the box office and ended up as another disappointment for Varun Tej despite his honest efforts.

Operation Valentine OTT

Surprising everyone, Varun Tej’s latest release, Operation Valentine has finally made it to the digital space. The aviation drama is now available to stream on Amazon Prime. Shakti Pratap Singh’s action drama made a big splash when it debuted on the big screen on March 2. Sources claim that Amazon Prime Video paid a good price for the movie’s OTT rights.

Operation Valentine To Stream On THIS OTT
Operation Valentine

The Makers of the film took to their social media platforms to silently announce the release of the film on OTT. They captioned, “They risked it all to honour the fallen, witness the operation come alive! (sic),” with a poster of the lead actors. However, The film is available only in Telugu and Tamil. The Hindi version will be available from the first week of May.


Wing Commander Arjun Dev (Varun Tej) and his wife Aahana Gill (Manushi Chhillar as a Radar Officer) have arguments over the former going out of his way and putting himself in danger for the sake of his country. While Aahana understands the sentiment behind his daredevilry, she is worried for his life. The biggest threat to Arjun Dev’s life comes when the Indian Air Force decides to launch retaliatory attacks on terrorist launch pads in Pakistan following a dastardly terror attack on Indian jawans on 14 February 2019 in Pulwama. The heroic Arjun Dev is up for the mission of his life when he has to put himself on the line. Will he survive the retaliation?

Box Office

Coming to the final collection update, Operation Valentine has wrapped up its Indian theatrical run by earning just 10 crores net, which equals 11.80 crores in gross. In the overseas market, the film was a washout as it failed to even hit the 1 crore mark.


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