Haathi Mere Saathi: Rana Daggubati And Pulkit Samrat Starrer To Have A Direct-To-TV Release

The much awaited multi-starrer film Haathi Mere Saath has a release date on September 18, 2021.


September 7, 2021


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The star studded film will release on Zee Cinema and stream on Eros Now. Zee Cinema has a special place in the hearts of the viewers for always keeping the viewers entertained irrespective the time on the clock with a platter full of content at the comfort of our home which is fresh and wholesome. Talking about the same, Zee Cinema is all set to premiere Haathi Mere Saathi on September 18, 2021. Well we’re all set with a tub of popcorn and some great company.

Post the release, the movie will also stream on Eros Now, which has a great content library ranging from short films, music to fully fledged movies, premium originals and so much more. The film is directed by Prabu Solomon who’s very well known for his big adventure films. The film starrs the epic two part Baahubali fame Rana Daggubati as the noble protector of elephants and nature, the multi-talented Pulkit Samrat, Shriya Pilgaonkar, Zoya Hussain and Anant Mahadevan in pivotal roles. The movie is produced by Eros Motion Pictures.


The bond between humans and animals goes is more than just words, actions and reactions. The backdrop is in deep jungles and right in the middle of royal elephants and their protector community, Haathi Mere Saathi shows us the heart-warming emotions which connect all of us, humans and animals. The film follows the storyline of a man fighting for the rights of elephants & the ecosystem. The channel made the big announcement of the movie coming Direct-to-TV by launching the poster and trailer of Haathi Mere Saathi, which very well encapsulates the essence of the movie.

Haathi Mere Saathi is an official remake of Rajesh Khanna’s 1971 classic Haathi Mere Saathi. The film also very beautifully depicts the relationship of a man with Nature and how his only goal in life is to preserve nature which is the home to all animals and keep nature and it’s beauty alive.

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