Crazy Rich Asians is an American romantic comedy drama film directed by Jon M Chu from a screenplay by Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim. Based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan, the film follows a Chinese-American professor who travels to meet her boyfriend’s family in Singapore and finds out that they are among the richest families of the country. The film is full of surprises and wealthy traditions but where can you watch the Crazy Rich Asian movie. Let’s find out.
Is Crazy Rich Asian on Netflix?
Unfortunately, the wealthy professionals film is not included in the giant streaming library of Netflix right now but there are countless Asian shows and movies like Tune in For Love, Space Sweepers, Bling Empire, Selling Sunset, Downtown Abbey, The OC, Snowflake Mountain, Forever Rich, Rising High, Friends with Money, etc. that you can watch on the same streaming platform.
Is Crazy Rich Asians on Amazon Prime?
Prime Video subscribers will be disappointed to know that the film is not available on the platform. Even though, the film is not streaming on Amazon Prime inside the United States and other western countries, the movie is still available on Amazon in some selected countries including India.
However, you can watch shows on wealthy individuals on Amazon as The Royals, Shark Tank, LuLaRich, The X Files, Suits, The Expanse, Goliath, Vikings, TSITP, Boardwalk Empire, Luther, Bosch, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Fleabag, The Americans, etc.
Where can I watch Crazy Rich Asians?
Crazy Rich Asians is exclusively streaming on HBO MAX inside the United States. Australian viewers can stream the film on Binge, Paramount plus and Foxtel Now.
UK viewers can stream the movie on Virgin TV Go. Indian viewers can stream the film on Netflix as well as Amazon Prime.
Viewers living in other countries can rent or purchase the film via VOD platforms such as Apple iTunes, YouTube TV, Prime Video, Google Play, VUDU, DirecTV, Microsoft Store, Flix Fling, and RedBox.
The renting fees is currently $3.99 but if you want to buy the 4K version then the minimum cost is $9.99 offered by Apple TV.
The movie follows an American borne Chinese economics professor who accompanies her boyfriend in Singapore to attend his best friend’s wedding. The professor realized that her boyfriend no ordinary man but a freaking wealthy and famous person whom every girl want. Will her romance progress after the incident?