Indian OTT Originals Reached Nearly 400 – Latest news headlines

With two-thirds of the year spent indoors thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, pretty much like last year, 2021 saw a continued rise in Indian original content from streaming services (or OTT platforms, if you prefer). There were massive spikes for the likes of Disney+ Hotstar and SonyLIV whose output increased by nearly 300 and over 200 percent, respectively. Movies that were originally meant for the big screen — starring the likes of Dhanush, Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, Mohanlal, Kartik Aaryan, Ajay Devgn, and Akshay Kumar — were shifted to streaming services, primarily the big two, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

The annual leader in quantity, Zee5, released fewer originals in 2021 than last year. Still, it continues to occupy that position with 53 originals this year, and is the only one to have produced a Pakistani original. Zee5 has some competition though, with both Hoichoi (47) and ShemarooMe (50) — appearing on our list for the first time — having a blockbuster year in quantity at the least. ShemarooMe’s place is more debatable though, as the platform loves to take existing titles and rebrand them as “world digital premieres”. Sure, it’s technically correct but some of its world digital premieres in 2021 were movies released theatrically years ago. We have excluded them, naturally.

Speaking of more important firsts, both Discovery+ and Lionsgate Play made their first originals in 2021. You can find those below along with nearly 400 originals produced by Indian OTT platforms this year. Things to keep in mind: Zee5 and ALTBalaji continued their co-production strategies, hence there are some overlaps in those two sections. And there are no Eros Now originals on the list, as the company declined to participate in our story. With that, here is the complete list of all streaming service originals from India in 2021.

List of original OTT web series from India in 2021


  Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
The Big Day Reality February 14, 2021 Season 1, 3 episodes 37–45 minutes Renewed English
    April 7, 2021 Season 2, 3 episodes 41–45 minutes Pending  
Bombay Begums Drama March 8, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 38–60 minutes Pending Hindi
Ray Drama June 25, 2021 Season 1, 4 episodes 52–65 minutes Ended Hindi
Feels Like Ishq Romantic drama July 23, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 25–31 minutes Pending Hindi
Comedy Premium League Comedy August 20, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 41–58 minutes Pending Hindi
Crime Stories: India Detectives True crime September 22, 2021 Season 1, 4 episodes 37–53 minutes Ended Kannada
Kota Factory Comedy-drama September 24, 2021 Season 2, 5 episodes 31–44 minutes Renewed Hindi
House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths True crime October 8, 2021 Season 1, 3 episodes 42–47 minutes Ended Hindi
Little Things Drama October 15, 2021 Season 4, 8 episodes 19–31 minutes Ended Hindi
Call My Agent: Bollywood Comedy-drama October 29, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 39–49 minutes Pending Hindi
Aranyak Mystery thriller December 10, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 37–48 minutes Pending Hindi
Decoupled Comedy-drama December 17, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 236 minutes (total) Pending English


Amazon Prime Video

Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Tandav Political drama January 15, 2021 Season 1, 9 episodes 27–38 minutes Pending Hindi
LOL – Hasse toh Phasse Reality competition April 30, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 22–33 minutes Pending Hindi
The Last Hour Mystery drama May 14, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 27–41 minutes Pending Hindi
The Family Man Action drama June 4, 2021 Season 2, 9 episodes 34–60 minutes Pending Hindi
Hostel Daze Comedy drama July 22, 2021 Season 2, 4 episodes 31–34 minutes Pending Hindi
LOL: Enga Siri Paappom Reality competition August 27, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 23–29 minutes Pending Tamil
Mumbai Diaries 26/11 Thriller drama September 9, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 36–50 minutes Pending Hindi
Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar Crime drama November 3, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 26–35 minutes Pending Hindi
Inside Edge Sports drama December 3, 2021 Season 3, 10 episodes 34–59 minutes Pending Hindi


Disney+ Hotstar

Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
The Legend of Hanuman Animated mythology January 29, 2021 Season 1, 12 episodes 21–25 minutes Renewed Hindi
    July 27, 2021 Season 2, 13 episodes 18–22 minutes Pending  
1962: The War in the Hills Action February 26, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 40–45 minutes Pending Hindi
OK Computer Sci-fi comedy March 26, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 40–45 minutes Pending Hindi
Out of Love Drama April 30, 2021 Season 2, 5 episodes 40–45 minutes Renewed Hindi
November Story Crime thriller May 20, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 50–55 minutes Pending Tamil
Grahan Thriller drama June 24, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 45–50 minutes Pending Hindi
City of Dreams Drama July 30, 2021 Season 2, 10 episodes 45–47 minutes Pending Hindi
The Empire History drama August 27, 2021 Season 1, 12 episodes 34–35 minutes Renewed Hindi
Unheard History drama September 17, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 18–27 minutes Pending Telugu
Special Ops 1.5: The Himmat Story Action thriller November 12, 2021 Season 1, 4 episodes 34–51 minutes Ended Hindi
Dil Bekaraar Romantic comedy-drama November 26, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 30–35 minutes Pending Hindi
Aarya Crime thriller December 10, 2021 Season 2, 8 episodes 34–57 minutes Pending Hindi



Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Gullak Drama January 15, 2021 Season 2, 5 episodes 35 minutes Pending Hindi
College Romance Comedy-drama January 29, 2021 Season 2, 5 episodes 41 minutes Pending Hindi
Girls Hostel Comedy-drama February 19, 2021 Season 2, 5 episodes 42 minutes Pending Hindi
Love J Action Action thriller March 12, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 47 minutes Pending Hindi
Project 9191 Crime drama March 26, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 45 minutes Pending Hindi
Kathmandu Connection Thriller April 23, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 40 minutes Pending Hindi
Maharani Drama May 28, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 57 minutes Pending Hindi
Chutzpah Comedy-drama July 23, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 44 minutes Pending Hindi
Potluck Drama September 10, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 20 minutes Pending Hindi
Tabbar Crime drama October 15, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 46 minutes Pending Hindi
Tryst With Destiny Drama November 5, 2021 Season 1, 4 episodes 37 minutes Ended Hindi
Your Honor Thriller November 19, 2021 Season 2, 10 episodes 40 minutes Pending Hindi
The Whistleblower Thriller December 16, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 30 minutes Pending Hindi



Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Jeet Ki Zid Action January 22, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 30–44 minutes Pending Hindi
Bang Baang Action January 25, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 16–22 minutes Pending Hindi
LSD – Love, Scandal & Doctors Thriller February 5, 2021 Season 1, 15 episodes 17–22 minutes Pending Hindi
Crashh Drama February 14, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 18–25 minutes Pending Hindi
DEV DD 2 Romantic drama February 20, 2021 Season 2, 17 episodes 17–23 minutes Pending Hindi
Jamai 2.0 Drama February 26, 2021 Season 2, 10 episodes 20–31 minutes Pending Hindi
The Married Woman Romantic drama March 8, 2021 Season 1, 11 episodes 28–35 minutes Pending Hindi
Qubool Hai 2.0 Drama March 12, 2021 Season 2, 10 episodes 19–28 minutes Pending Hindi
Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu Action April 20, 2021 Season 1, 13 episodes 19–29 minutes Pending Hindi
His Storyy Romantic drama April 25, 2021 Season 1, 11 episodes 18–24 minutes Pending Hindi
Sunflower Crime June 11, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 29–45 minutes Pending Hindi
LOL Salaam Comedy June 25, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 26–36 minutes Pending Telugu
Dhoop Ki Deewar Drama June 25, 2021 Season 1, 18 episodes 31–44 minutes Pending Urdu
Contract Thriller July 9, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 24–35 minutes Pending Bengali
Ladies & Gentlemen Drama July 9, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 23–41 minutes Pending Bengali
Engineering Girls Comedy August 27, 2021 Season 2, 5 episodes 19–26 minutes Pending Hindi
Pavitra Rishta 2.0 Drama September 15, 2021 Season 2, 8 episodes 17–28 minutes Pending Hindi
Break Point Documentary October 1, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 33–42 minutes Pending English
Oka Chinna Family Story Comedy November 19, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 35–43 minutes Pending Telugu
Qatil Haseenaon Ke Naam Thriller December 10, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 45–53 minutes Pending Hindi, Urdu
Loser 2 Action thriller December 24, 2021 Season 2, episodes TBA Pending Telugu


MX Player

Title Genre Release Date Seasons Length Status Language
Aapkey Kamrey Mein Koi Rehta Hai Horror comedy January 22, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 15–20 minutes Ended Hindi
Hello Mini Thriller February 26, 2021 Season 2, 10 episodes 25–30 minutes Renewed Hindi
    April 22, 2021 Season 3, 10 episodes 25–30 minutes Ended Hindi
Chakravyuh – An Inspector Virkar Crime Thriller Thriller March 12, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 25–30 minutes Pending Hindi
Hey Prabhu Comedy-drama March 26, 2021 Season 2, 10 episodes 30–35 minutes Ended Hindi
Bisaat Thriller drama April 15, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 25–30 minutes Ended Hindi
Ramyug Drama May 6, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 35–40 minutes Ended Hindi
Runaway Lugaai Comedy-drama May 18, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 25–30 minutes Ended Hindi
Indori Ishq Romantic drama June 4, 2021 Season 1, 9 episodes 25–30 minutes Renewed Hindi
Samantar Thriller July 1, 2021 Season 2, 10 episodes 30–35 minutes Ended Marathi
Sabka Sai Drama August 26, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 40–45 minutes Ended Hindi
Ek Thi Begum Thriller September 30, 2021 Season 2, 12 episodes 30–35 minutes Renewed Hindi, Marathi
Matsya Kaand Crime drama November 18, 2021 Season 1, 11 episodes 30–35 minutes Renewed Hindi


Voot Select

Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Khwabon Ke Parindey Drama June 14, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 21 minutes Ended Hindi
Candy Thriller September 8, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 40 minutes Ended Hindi
Illegal Drama November 25, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 30 minutes Ended Hindi
Bigg Boss OTT Reality August 8, 2021 Season 1, 42 episodes 60–237 minutes Ended Hindi



Title Genre Release date Seasons and Episodes Length Status Language
Bang Baang Action January 25, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 16–22 minutes Ended Hindi
Helllo Jee Romantic drama February 1, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 18–25 minutes Ended Hindi
LSD – Love, Scandal and Doctors Thriller February 5, 2021 Season 1, 15 episodes 17–22 minutes Ended Hindi
Crashh Drama February 14, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 18–25 minutes Pending Hindi
Dev DD Romantic drama February 20, 2021 Season 2, 17 episodes 17–23 minutes Ended Hindi
The Married Woman Romantic drama March 8, 2021 Season 1, 11 episodes 28–35 minutes Pending Hindi
Bekaaboo Thriller drama March 15, 2021 Season 2, 10 episodes 16–25 minutes Ended Hindi
Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu Action April 20, 2021 Season 1, 13 episodes 19–29 minutes Pending Hindi
His Storyy Romantic drama April 25, 2021 Season 1, 11 episodes 18–24 minutes Pending Hindi
Broken But Beautiful Romantic drama May 29, 2021 Season 3, 10 episodes 22–34 minutes Pending Hindi
Puncch Beat Drama June 27, 2021 Season 2, 13 episodes 17–29 minutes Ended Hindi
Cartel Action thriller August 20, 2021 Season 1, 14 episodes 32–50 minutes Pending Hindi
Girgit Thriller October 27, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 18–29 minutes Ended Hindi
Pavitra Rishta Romantic drama November 10, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 17–28 minutes Pending Hindi



Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Aspirants Drama April 7, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 39–49 minutes Pending Hindi


Flipkart Video

Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Kaun? Interactive/Crime thriller January 9, 2021 Season 1, 35 episodes 16–20 minutes Renewed Hindi
    May 22, 2021 Season 2, 24 episodes   Renewed  
    November 22, 2021 Season 3, 39 episodes   Pending  
Ladies vs Gentlemen Interactive/Non Fiction October 16, 2021 Season 2, 30 episodes 15–18 minutes Pending Hindi
Power Play With Champions Interactive/Sports/Q&A April 8, 2021 Season 2, 59 episodes 12–15 minutes Pending Hindi, English
Dating Aaj Kal Interactive/Non-Fiction February 13, 2021 Season 1, 30 episodes 18–20 minutes Pending Hindi
Crime Stories Interactive/Thriller March 13, 2021 Season 1, 29 episodes 8–10 minutes Pending Hindi



Title Genre Release Date Seasons Length Status Language
Assi Nabbe Poore Sau Crime thriller March 9, 2021 Part 1, 4 episodes 21–23 minutes Hindi
    March 16, 2021 Part 2, 4 episodes 22–24 minutes Ended  
Paro Drama May 18, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 18–25 minutes Ended Hindi
The Last Show Thriller June 1, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 19–30 minutes Ended Hindi
Tandoor Thriller July 23, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 19–25 minutes Ended Hindi
The Devil Inside Drama August 13, 2021 Season 1, 2 episodes 19–21 minutes Ended Hindi
Fatherhood Erotic drama August 17, 2021 Season 1, 2 episodes 19–21 minutes Ended Hindi
Client No 7 Mystery August 31, 2021 Season 1, 4 episodes 16–19 minutes Ended Hindi
Games of Karma: Kabristan Anthology erotic drama September 14, 2021 27 minutes Hindi
Games of Karma: Kachra   September 21, 2021 26 minutes Hindi
Games of Karma: Happy Birthday   September 28, 2021 20 minutes Hindi
Games of Karma: BDSM   October 5, 2021 21 minutes Hindi
Games of Karma: Sangeet   November 23, 2021 25 minutes Hindi
Pratiksha Crime drama October 26, 2021 Part 1, 5 episodes 20–23 minutes Hindi
    November 2, 2021 Part 2, 5 episodes 20–23 minutes  
    November 9, 2021 Part 3, 4 episodes 19–22 minutes Ended  
Cyanide Crime drama November 19, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 15–18 minutes Ended Hindi
Kaneez Romantic drama December 7, 2021 Part 1, 5 episodes 17–28 minutes Ended Hindi



Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Byomkesh Crime January 8, 2021 Season 6, 3 episodes 36–41 minutes Renewed Bengali
Fish and Chips Comedy January 16, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 14–20 minutes Ended Bengali
Hello Thriller drama January 22, 2021 Season 3, 12 episodes 18–28 minutes Pending Bengali
Turu Love Romance February 12, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 13–19 minutes Ended Bengali
Nokol Heere Crime March 12, 2021 Season 2, 7 episodes 21–33 minutes Ended Bengali
Mohomaya Psychological thriller March 26, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 36–55 minutes Ended Bengali
Shei Je Holud Pakhi Musical thriller April 14, 2021 Season 2, 8 episodes 18–34 minutes Ended Bengali
Maradonar Juto Rom-com April 30, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 17–24 minutes Ended Bengali
Subharambha Romance May 7, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 12–18 minutes Ended Bengali
Mohomaya Psychological thriller May 21, 2021 Season 2, 5 episdoes 39–56 minutes Ended Bengali
Paap: Antim Pawrbo Thriller drama June 4, 2021 Season 2, 5 episodes 21–47 minutes Ended Bengali
Mouchaak Dark comedy June 18, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 18–31 minutes Ended Bengali
Mohanagar Thriller drama June 25, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 18–28 minutes Pending Bengali
Dujone Thriller romance July 9, 2021 Season 1, 10 episodes 20–28 minutes Pending Bengali
Murder in the Hills Thriller drama July 23, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 23–36 minutes Pending Bengali
Rabindranath Ekhane Kawkhono Khetey Ashenni (REKKA) Thriller August 13, 2021 Season 1, 9 episodes 20–30 minutes Pending Bengali
Boyfriends & Girlfriends Rom-com September 3, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 23–28 minutes Ended Bengali
Moner Thikana Documentary October 1, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 5–8 minutes Ended Bengali
Tarader Shesh Tarpon Documentary October 5, 2021 Season 2, 8 episodes 32–69 minutes Pending Bengali
Eken Babu Crime October 8, 2021 Season 5, 6 episodes 24–32 minutes Renewed Bengali
Indu Thriller drama October 22, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 19–28 minutes Renewed Bengali
Byomkesh: Chorabali Crime November 4, 2021 Season 7, 2 episodes 48–60 minutes Renewed Bengali
Money Honey – Director’s Cut Thriller November 12, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 20–21 minutes Ended Bengali
Mandaar Drama November 19, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 39–51 minutes Ended Bengali
Boli Drama December 3, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 17–36 minutes Pending Bengali
Rudrabinar Obhishaap Musical adventure December 24, 2021 Season 3, 9 episodes Renewed Bengali



Title Genre Release Date Seasons Length Status Language
Yaadon Ni Safar Romance April 11, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 12–21 minutes Pending Gujarati
Vaat Vaat Ma Drama April 30, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 12–21 minutes Pending Gujarati
Kshadyantra Thriller drama June 24, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 20–33 minutes Pending Gujarati
Poori Paani Drama September 23, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 18–26 minutes Pending Gujarati
Unknown To Known Drama October 6, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 12–19 minutes Pending Gujarati
Yamraj Calling Drama November 18, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 18–28 minutes Pending Gujarati



Title Genre Release Date Seasons Length Status Language
Star vs Food Food & lifestyle April 15, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 20–30 minutes Renewed Hindi
    September 8, 2021 Season 2, 6 episodes 20–30 minutes Pending  
Money Mafia Investigation documentary August 14, 2021 Season 1, 4 episodes 25–30 minutes Renewed Hindi
    November 24, 2021 Season 2, 4 episodes 20–30 minutes Pending  
Say Yes To The Dress India Reality December 8, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 20–30 minutes Pending Hindi


Lionsgate Play

Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Hiccups & Hookups Comedy-drama November 26, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 30–38 minutes Pending Hindi



Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Pandaraparambil House at 801 Comedy January 1, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 30 minutes Pending Malayalam
Something Something Like Love Romance April 23, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 25 minutes Pending Malayalam


Hungama Play

Title Genre Release date Seasons Length Status Language
Meter Down Comedy October 27, 2021 Season 1, 6 episodes 40 minutes Ended Marathi



Title Genre Release Date Seasons Length Status Language
Sarhad Thriller drama January 27, 2021 Season 1, 7 episodes 16–26 minutes Ended Hindi
Aghaat Thriller September 30, 2021 Season 1, 5 episodes 16–28 minutes Ended Hindi
Papa ka Scooter Drama October 30, 2021 Season 1, 8 episodes 10–14 minutes Ended Hindi


List of original OTT movies from India in 2021


Title Genre Release date Length Language
Tribhanga: Tedhi Meri Crazy Drama January 15, 2021 95 minutes Hindi
Pitta Kathalu Drama February 19, 2021 150 minutes Telugu
The Girl on The Train Crime February 26, 2021 120 minutes Hindi
Pagglait Drama March 26, 2021 115 minutes Hindi
Ajeeb Daastaans Drama April 16, 2021 142 minutes Hindi
Searching for Sheela Documentary April 22, 2021 58 minutes English
The Disciple Drama April 30, 2021 128 minutes Marathi
Milestone Drama May 7, 2021 98 minutes Hindi, Punjabi
Sardar Ka Grandson Drama May 18, 2021 139 minutes Hindi
Jagame Thandhiram Crime drama June 18, 2021 158 minutes Tamil
Haseen Dillruba Romantic thriller July 2, 2021 136 minutes Hindi
Navarasa Drama August 6, 2021 312 minutes Tamil
Ankahi Kahaniya Drama September 17, 2021 110 minutes Hindi
Meenakshi Sundareshwar Rom-com November 5, 2021 141 minutes Hindi
Dhamaka Thriller November 19, 2021 104 minutes Hindi
Minnal Murali Drama December 24, 2021 159 minutes Malayalam


Amazon Prime Video

Title Genre Release date Length Language
Maara Romantic drama January 8, 2021 149 minutes Telugu
Drishyam 2 Thriller drama February 19, 2021 153 minutes Malayalam
Picasso Drama March 19, 2021 74 minutes Marathi
The Illegal Drama March 23, 2021 87 minutes English, Hindi
Joji Drama April 7, 2021 114 minutes Malayalam
Hello Charlie Comedy April 9, 2021 102 minutes Hindi
Well, Done Baby Drama April 9, 2021 100 minutes Marathi
Photo Prem Drama May 7, 2021 93 minutes Marathi
Ek Mini Katha Comedy-drama May 27, 2021 134 minutes Telugu
Sherni Drama June 18, 2021 131 minutes Hindi
Cold Case Action horror June 24, 2021 140 minutes Malayalam
Toofaan Sports drama July 16, 2021 161 minutes Hindi
Sara’s Romantic drama July 5, 2021 118 minutes Malayalam
Malik Drama July 15, 2021 161 minutes Malayalam
Ikkat Comedy-drama July 21, 2021 126 minutes Kannada
Narappa Action drama July 23, 2021 153 minutes Telugu
Sarpatta Parambarai Sports drama July 23, 2021 173 minutes Tamil
Shershaah Action August 12, 2021 135 minutes Hindi
Kuruthi Mystery thriller August 11, 2021 122 minutes Malayalam
#Home Drama August 19, 2021 161 minutes Malayalam
Tuck Jagadish Drama September 10, 2021 146 minutes Telugu
Sunny Drama September 23, 2021 93 minutes Malayalam
Sardar Udham Drama October 16, 2021 163 minutes Hindi
Rathnan Prapancha Drama October 27, 0201 147 minutes Kannada
Dybbuk Horror October 29, 2021 112 minutes Hindi
Jai Bhim Drama November 2, 2021 151 minutes Tamil
Drushyam 2 Crime drama November 25, 2021 155 minutes Telugu
Chhorii Mystery horror November 26, 2021 129 minutes Hindi


Disney+ Hotstar

Title Genre Release date Length Language
Bhoomi Action January 14, 2021 127 minutes Tamil
Teddy Action thriller March 12, 2021 136 minutes Tamil
1232 Kms Documentary March 24, 2021 86 minutes Hindi
The Big Bull Crime drama April 8, 2021 154 minutes Hindi
Paramapadham Vilayattu Thriller April 14, 2021 132 minutes Tamil
Hum Bhi Akele Tum Bhi Akele Comedy-drama May 9, 2021 73 minutes Hindi
Shaadisthan Musical drama June 11, 2021 93 minutes Hindi
Collar Bomb Crime thriller July 9, 2021 86 minutes Hindi
Hungama 2 Comedy-drama July 23, 2021 152 minutes Hindi
Bhuj: The Pride of India Historical action August 13, 2021 103 minutes Hindi
Netrikann Crime thriller August 13, 2021 146 minutes Tamil
Seeti Maarr Action drama September 10, 2021 138 minutes Telugu
Bhoot Police Horror comedy September 10, 2021 129 minutes Hindi
Maestro Dark comedy September 17, 2021 135 minutes Telugu
Annabelle Sethupathi Horror comedy September 17, 2021 135 minutes Tamil
Shiddat Romantic drama October 1, 2021 146 minutes Hindi
Lift Horror October 1, 2021 134 minutes Tamil
Sanak Drama October 15, 2021 117 minutes Hindi
Hum Do Humare Do Comedy-drama October 29, 2021 129 minutes Hindi
Oh Mannapenne Rom-com October 22, 2021 140 minutes Tamil
MGR Magan Drama November 4, 2021 141 minutes Tamil
Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham Comedy-drama November 12, 2021 121 minutes Malayalam
Cash Comedy November 19, 2021 133 minutes Hindi
Pon Manickavel Action November 19, 2021 138 minutes Tamil
Adbhutham Sci-fi romance November 19, 2021 142 minutes Telugu
Atrangi Re Musical drama December 24, 2021 Hindi



Title Genre Release date Length Language
Dithee Drama May 21, 2021 89 minutes Marathi
Thaen Drama June 25, 2021 104 minutes Tamil
Vaazhl Drama July 16, 2021 112 minutes Tamil
Thittam Irandu Mystery drama July 30, 2021 120 minutes Tamil
Shantit Kranti Comedy-drama August 13, 2021 120 minutes Marathi
Kasada Tabara Drama August 27, 2021 137 minutes Tamil
Vivaha Bhojanambu Comedy August 27, 2021 120 minutes Telugu
Alpha Adimai Thriller September 3, 2021 89 minutes Tamil
Kadaisi Vivasayi Comedy-drama September 10, 2021 122 minutes Tamil
Priyuraalu Romance September 17, 2021 114 minutes Telugu
Kaanekkaane Drama September 17, 2021 120 minutes Malayalam
Naduvan Action September 23, 2021 123 minutes Tamil
Aakashavaani Drama September 24, 2021 124 minutes Telugu
Raghu CNG Crime thriller September 24, 2021 112 minutes Gujarati
Aamis Romantic drama October 1, 2021 108 minutes Assamese
Appathava Aattaya Pottutanga Comedy-drama October 8, 2021 102 minutes Tamil
Itlu Amma Drama October 8, 2021 112 minutes Telugu
Kaasav Drama October 8, 2021 105 minutes Marathi
Kothanodi Fantasy October 22, 2021 120 minutes Assamese
Yennanga Sir Unga Sattam Comedy-drama October 29, 2021 137 minutes Tamil
Family Drama Drama October 29, 2021 132 minutes Telugu
Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam Romantic comedy-drama October 29, 2021 107 minutes Malayalam
Chumbak Drama November 12, 2021 101 minutes Marathi
Churuli Mystery sci-fi November 19, 2021 120 minutes Malayalam
#BRO Drama November 26, 2021 140 minutes Telugu



Title Genre Release date Length Language
Nail Polish Thriller January 1, 2021 122 minutes Hindi
Kaagaz Drama January 7, 2021 109 minutes Hindi
WTFry Drama January 9, 2021 49 minutes Bangla
The Power Action thriller January 14, 2021 155 minutes Hindi
Basta Comedy January 29, 2021 120 minutes Marathi
Lahore Confidential Drama February 4, 2021 68 minutes Hindi
The Wife Horror February 19, 2021 106 minutes Hindi
Ninnila Ninnila Rom-com February 26, 2021 118 minutes Telugu
Silence… Can You Hear it? Thriller February 26, 2021 136 minutes Hindi
Sita: On the Road Drama March 5, 2021 115 minutes Telugu
Avwanchhit Drama March 9, 2021 118 minutes Marathi
Mathil Drama April 14, 2021 104 minutes Tamil
Raat Baaki Hai Thriller April 16, 2021 89 minutes Hindi
Radhe Action comedy May 13, 2021 114 minutes Hindi
Malaysia to Amnesia Comedy May 28, 2021 116 minutes Tamil
Jodi Kintu Tobuo Drama July 9, 2021 116 minutes Bengali
State of Siege : Temple Attack Action July 9, 2021 106 minutes Hindi
Thanda Comedy July 9, 2021 45 minutes Bengali
14 Phere Comedy July 23, 2021 111 minutes Hindi
Dial 100 Crime August 6, 2021 104 minutes Hindi
200 Halla Ho Crime August 20, 2021 115 minutes Hindi
Helmet Comedy September 3, 2021 104 minutes Hindi
Kya Meri Sonam Gupta Bewafa Hai? Comedy September 10, 2021 136 minutes Hindi
NET Crime September 10, 2021 103 minutes Telugu
Alanti Sitralu Crime September 24, 2021 141 minutes Telugu
Vinodhaya Sitham Drama October 13, 2021 97 minutes Tamil
Jinne Jamme Saare Nikamme Comedy October 14, 2021 132 minutes Punjabi
Rashmi Rocket Sports drama October 15, 2021 129 minutes Hindi
Aafat-E-Ishq Drama October 29, 2021 114 minutes Hindi
Squad Action November 12, 2021 124 minutes Hindi
Bob Biswas Thriller December 3, 2021 131 minutes Hindi
Blood Money Thriller December 24, 2021 Tamil


Voot Select

Title Genre Release date Length Language
Adi Sonal Drama July 24, 2021 29 minutes Hindi
Bhaskar Calling Drama July 24, 2021 26 minutes Hindi
Ek Duaa Drama July 24, 2021 45 minutes Hindi
Guddu Drama July 24, 2021 17 minutes Hindi
Gutthi Drama July 24, 2021 26 minutes Hindi
Khauff Drama July 24, 2021 22 minutes Hindi
Natkhat Drama July 24, 2021 32 minutes Hindi
Tap Tap Drama July 24, 2021 20 minutes Hindi
Jaan Jigar: Beloved Drama July 26, 2021 19 minutes Hindi
The Shaila(s) Drama July 26, 2021 14 minutes Hindi
A Short Hello Drama July 26, 2021 10 minutes Hindi
Tea and a Rose Drama July 26, 2021 17 minutes Hindi
Lihaaf Drama July 27, 2021 74 minutes Hindi
Lines Drama July 27, 2021 77 minutes Hindi
Love In The Times Of Corona Drama July 27, 2021 81 minutes Hindi



Title Genre Release date   Length Language
Cheeni Drama February 4, 2021 109 109 minutes Bengali
Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti Drama February 14, 2021 125 125 minutes Bengali
Kabir Action drama February 24, 2021 108 108 minutes Bengali
Cockpit Drama February 25, 2021 132 132 minutes Bengali
Chaamp Drama February 26, 2021 152 152 minutes Bengali
Hoichoi Unlimited Comedy February 27, 2021 135 135 minutes Bengali
Prem Tame Romance April 2, 2021 128 128 minutes Bengali
Tarikh Drama May 8, 2021 115 115 minutes Bengali
Tangra Blues Drama May 14, 2021 120 120 minutes Bengali
The Parcel Drama June 11, 2021 125 125 minutes Bengali
Pratidwandi Thriller July 2, 2021 109 109 minutes Bengali
Hiralal Biopic July 16, 2021 137 137 minutes Bengali
Dutta Vs Dutta Drama August 6, 2021 116 116 minutes Bengali
Patalghor Sci-fi August 7, 2021 134 134 minutes Bengali
Hawa Bodol Comedy-drama August 20, 2021 137 137 minutes Bengali
Ekti Tarar Khonje Drama August 21, 2021 138 138 minutes Bengali
Chaplin Drama August 28, 2021 131 131 minutes Bengali
Borunbabur Bondhu Drama September 10, 2021 122 122 minutes Bengali
Mukhosh Thriller September 17, 2021 114 114 minutes Bengali
Rawkto Rawhoshyo Thriller October 10, 2021 120 120 minutes Bengali
Sahaj Paather Gappo Drama October 29, 2021 81 81 minutes Bengali



Title Genre Release date Length Language
Vaat Bandh Hontho Ni Comedy/Play January 7, 2021 137 minutes Gujarati
Parnela Ne Paramveer Chakra Aapo Comedy/Play February 9, 2021 112 minutes Gujarati
In the Month of July Drama March 5, 2021 81 minutes Hindi
Vahu Vat No Katko Family/Play March 6, 2021 110 minutes Gujarati
3i (3 Indians) Action March 12, 2021 119 minutes Hindi
Regards and Peace Thriller March 26, 2021 88 minutes Hindi
My Goal Football Sports drama April 2, 2021 89 minutes Hindi
Angithee Social drama April 9, 2021 116 minutes Hindi
Joke Samrat Comedy/Play April 15, 2021 154 minutes Gujarati
Black Rose Thriller April 16, 2021 120 minutes Hindi
Sasu Vahu Ni 20-20 Comedy/Play April 23, 2021 101 minutes Gujarati
Teacher of The Year Drama May 8, 2021 148 minutes Gujarati
Vehvai V/s Vehvai Comedy/Play May 13, 2021 125 minutes Gujarati
Antenna Drama May 14, 2021 84 minutes Hindi
Swagatam Comedy May 20, 2021 120 minutes Gujarati
Abola Ni Antakshari Drama/Play June 5, 2021 116 minutes Gujarati
The Virus Lockdown Thriller June 11, 2021 124 minutes Hindi
Veena Ben Viral Thaya Drama/Play June 17, 2021 126 minutes Gujarati
X Zone Thriller June 25, 2021 97 minutes Hindi
Rang Rangeela Gujjubhai Comedy/Play July 10, 2021 118 minutes Gujarati
Shu Thayu Comedy July 15, 2021 128 minutes Gujarati
Wrongleela Comedy July 16, 2021 102 minutes Hindi
Vaar Lagi Thodi Pan Jami Gayi Jodi Comedy/Play July 22, 2021 120 minutes Gujarati
Taari Mate Once More Comedy July 29, 2021 149 minutes Gujarati
Shaadi, Dahej & Gangster Family drama July 30, 2021 89 minutes Hindi
Lockdown to Unlock Comedy August 6, 2021 100 minutes Hindi
Sundar Ne Baidiwado Comedy/Play August 7, 2021 140 minutes Gujarati
Happy Wala Family Comedy/Play August 19, 2021 125 minutes Gujarati
The Darling Wife Thriller August 20, 2021 88 minutes Hindi
Pehli Gamti Nathi Biji Jamti Nathi Comedy/Play August 26, 2021 106 minutes Gujarati
Gangster Drama August 27, 2021 89 minutes Hindi
Ek Adhuri Antakshari Drama/Play September 9, 2021 115 minutes Gujarati
Urf Ghanta Comedy September 10, 2021 96 minutes Hindi
Mister Kalakaar Drama September 16, 2021 118 minutes Gujarati
Namo Nachave Ene Kon Bachave Comedy/Play September 30, 2021 118 minutes Gujarati
Lagna Thaya Chhe Saavdhan Drama/Play October 14, 2021 95 minutes Gujarati
Dhuandhaar Drama October 21, 2021 120 minutes Gujarati
Vikas Gando Thayo Che Comedy/Play October 28, 2021 104 minutes Gujarati
Ek Anjaan Rishtey Ka Guilt Drama November 5, 2021 65 minutes Hindi
Shreematiji Samjhe Toh Saaru Comedy/Play November 11, 2021 124 minutes Gujarati
Karsandas Komedywala Comedy/Play November 25, 2021 114 minutes Gujarati
Mumbai’s Special Pav Bhaji Crime December 3, 2021 108 minutes Hindi
Chasani Drama December 8, 2021 136 minutes Gujarati



Title Genre Release date Length Language
Secrets of Sinauli Historical documentary February 9, 2021 55 minutes Hindi
Mission Frontline with Rana Dagubatti Military documentary January 21, 2021 40 minutes Hindi
Vande Bharat Flight IX 1344: Hope to Survival Disaster documentary March 2, 2021 45 minutes Hindi
Bhuj: The Day India Shook Disaster documentary June 11, 2021 50 minutes Hindi
Mission Frontline with Sara Ali Khan Military documentary August 13, 2021 40 minutes Hindi
India’s Space Odyssey Science documentary October 7, 2021 47 minutes Hindi
Into the Wild with Bear Grylls & Ajay Devgn Survival reality October 22, 2021 50 minutes Hindi
Into the Wild with Bear Grylls & Vicky Kaushal Survival reality November 12, 2021 48 minutes Hindi


List of original OTT comedy specials from India in 2021

Amazon Prime Video

Title Genre Release date Length Language
Market Down Hai Stand-up May 14, 2021 50 minutes Hindi
Aalas Motaapa Ghabrahat Stand-up June 15, 2021 52 minutes Hindi
Standup Shorts Stand-up August 26, 2021 63 minutes Hindi



Title Genre Release date Length Language
Chalo Koi Baat Nahi Sketch August 20, 2021 27 minutes Hindi



Title Genre Release date Length Language
Hasya Na Big Boss Stand-up December 7, 2021 100 minutes Gujarati


Kota Factory Season 2 Watch on Netflix
  • Release Date 24 September 2021
  • Genre Drama
  • Duration 3h 16min
  • Cast

    Mayur More, Ranjan Raj, Alam Khan, Alam Khan, Jitendra Kumar, Revathi Pillai, Urvi Singh, Ahsaas Channa

  • Director Raghav Subbu
  • Music Karthik Rao, Simran Hora
  • Producer Sameer Saxena
  • Production The Viral Fever
  • Users Rating
House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths Watch on Netflix
  • Release Date 8 October 2021
  • Genre Crime, Documentary
  • Duration 2h 17min
  • Director Leena Yadav, Anubhav Chopra
  • Music A.R. Rahman, Qutub-E-Kripa
  • Producer Aseem Bajaj, James Haygood, Yogendra Mogre, Katherine Leblond
  • Production Netflix
  • Users Rating
Little Things Season 4 Watch on Netflix

Call My Agent: Bollywood Watch on Netflix
  • Release Date 29 October 2021
  • Genre Comedy, Drama
  • Duration 4h 27min
  • Cast

    Rajat Kapoor, Aahana S Kumra, Ayush Kumra, Soni Razdan, Hussain Dalal

  • Producer Sohail Abbas, Trupti Mehta, Sameer Nair
  • Users Rating
Aranyak Watch on Netflix
  • Release Date 10 December 2021
  • Genre Crime, Thriller
  • Duration 5h 36min
  • Cast

    Raveena Tandon, Parambrata Chatterjee, Ashutosh Rana, Zakir Hussain, Megna Malik

  • Director Vinay Waikul
  • Producer Siddarth Roy Kapur
  • Production Roy Kapur Films, Ramesh Sippy Entertainment
  • Users Rating
Decoupled Watch on Netflix

Mumbai Diaries 26/11 Watch on Prime Video
  • Release Date 9 September 2021
  • Genre Drama, Mystery
  • Duration 5h 41min
  • Cast

    Mohit Raina, Konkona Sen Sharma, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Mrunmayee Deshpande, Natasha Bharadwaj, Satyajeet Dubey, Tina Desai, Prakash Belawadi, Pushkaraj Chirputkar, Balaji Gauri

  • Director Nikkhil Advani
  • Music Ashutosh Phatak
  • Producer Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani, Rameshchandra Yadav
  • Production Emmay Entertainment
  • Certificate A
  • Users Rating
Akkad Bakkad Rafu Chakkar Watch on Prime Video
  • Release Date 3 November 2021
  • Genre Action, Crime
  • Duration 4h 56min
  • Cast

    Vicky Arora, Anuj Rampal, Flora Saini, Shrikant Verma, Shishir Sharma, Swati Semwal, Manish Chaudhari, Rakesh Thareja, Rakesh Thareja, Deepraj Rana, Santosh Singh, Sandesh Kulkarni, Mohan Agashe

  • Director Raj Kaushal
  • Producer Raj Kaushal
Inside Edge Season 3 Watch on Prime Video
  • Release Date 3 December 2021
  • Genre Drama, Sport
  • Duration 7h 28min
  • Cast

    Vivek Oberoi, Aamir B, Richa Chadda, Sapna Pabbi, Tanuj Virwani, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Angad Bedi, Sayani Gupta

  • Director Karan Anshuman, Aakash Bhatia, Gurmmeet Singh, Kanishk Varma
  • Music John Stewart Eduri, Kabeer Kathpalia, Pancham Singhania
  • Producer Ritesh Sidhwani, Farhan Akhtar
  • Production Excel Entertainment
  • Certificate A
  • Users Rating

City of Dreams Season 2 Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 30 July 2021
  • Genre Mystery, Thriller
  • Duration 7h 15min
  • Cast

    Priya Bapat, Siddharth Chandekar, Eijaz Khan, Atul Kulkarni, Sushant Singh, Dev, Vishw, Sandeep Kulkarni, Rakesh Dubey, Uday Tikekar, Amrita Bagchi, Sachin Pilgaonkar, Shishir Sharma, Flora Saini, Ivan Sylvester Rodrigues|Ivan Rodrigues, Geetika Tyagi, Rio Kapadia, Saurabh Goyal, Pavleen Gujral, Lekha Prajapati, Adinath Kothare, Divya Seth, Ankur Rathee, Vibhawari Deshpande, Gauransh Chauhan, Atisha Naik, Sajjad Khan, Shriyam Bhagnani

  • Director Nagesh Kukunoor
  • Music Tapas Relia, Japjisingh Valecha
  • Producer Prasoon Garg, Siddharth Khaitan, Varun Malik, Moiz Tarwadi, Neha Mishra
  • Production Applause Entertainment, Kukunoor Movies
  • Certificate A
The Empire Season 1 Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 27 August 2021
  • Genre Drama, History
  • Duration 5h 39min
  • Cast

    Shabana Azmi, Kunal Kapoor, Drashti Dhami, Dino Morea, Aditya Seal, Sahher Bambba, Rahul Dev

  • Director Mitakshara Kumar
  • Music Ashutosh Phatak
  • Producer Nikkhil Advani, Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani, Karn Gupta, Ranjana Mitra, Abdul Aziz Makani
  • Production Star India
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating
Special Ops 1.5 Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 12 November 2021
  • Genre Action, Thriller
  • Duration 2h 53min
  • Cast

    Kay Menon, Vinay Pathak, Karan Tacker, Vipul Gupta, Muzamil Ibrahim, Sana Khan, Meher Vij, Saiyami Kher, Divya Dutta, Revathi Pillai, Sajjad Delafrooz

  • Director Neeraj Pandey, Shivam Nair
  • Music Advait Nemlekar
  • Producer Shital Bhatia
  • Production Friday Filmworks, Friday Storytellers, Friday Storytellers
  • Users Rating
Aarya Season 2 Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 10 December 2021
  • Genre Action, Drama
  • Duration 5h 33min
  • Cast

    Sushmita Sen, Chandrachur Singh, Sikandar Kher, Ankur Bhatia, Alexx ONell, Namit D, Manish Choudhary, Viren Vazirani, Virti Vaghani, Pratyaksh Panwar, Sugandha Garg, Priy, Sohaila Kapur, Jayant Kripalani, Maya Sarao, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Vik, Nishank Verma, Jagdish Purohit, Flora Saini, Joy Sengupta, Gargi Sawant, Richard Bhakti Klein

  • Director Ram Madhvani, Sandeep Modi, Vinod Rawat
  • Music Vishal Khurana
  • Producer Vinod Iyer, Sia Bhuyan, Rhea Prabhu, Nikhil Madhok, Ranjana Mitra, Karn Gupta, Ram Madhvani, Amita Madhvani, Endemol Shine Group, Endemol Shine India
  • Production Ram Madhvani, Ram Madhavani Films, Endemol Shine Group
  • Users Rating

Break Point Watch on Zee5

Ankahi Kahaniya Watch on Netflix
  • Release Date 17 September 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Drama, Romance
  • Duration 1h 50min
  • Cast

    Abhishek Banerjee, Rinku Rajguru, Delzad Hiwale, Kunal Kapoor, Zoya Hussain, Nikhil Dwivedi, Palomi Ghosh, T.J. Bhanu

  • Director Abhishek Chaubey, Saket Chaudhary, Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari
  • Music Achint Thakkar
  • Producer Ronnie Screwvala, Ashi Dya
  • Production Netflix
  • Users Rating
Meenakshi Sundareshwar Watch on Netflix
  • Release Date 5 November 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Comedy, Romance
  • Duration 2h 21min
  • Cast

    Sanya Malhotra, Abhimanyu D, Shiv Kumar Subramaniam, Nivedita Bhargava, Purnendu Bhattacharya, Komal Chhabria, Manoj Mani Mathew, Archana Iyer, Ritika Shrotri, Kalp Shah, Saurabh Sharma, Mahesh Pillai, Sonali Sachdev, Varun Rao, Sukhesh Arora, Chetan Sharma, Khuman Nongyai

  • Director Vivek Soni
  • Music Justin Prabhakaran
  • Producer Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, Somen Mishra
  • Production Dharmatic Entertainment, Netflix Originals
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating
Dhamaka Watch on Netflix
  • Release Date 19 November 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Thriller, Drama
  • Duration 1h 43min
  • Cast

    Kartik Aaryan, Mrunal Thakur, Amruta Subhash, Vikas Kumar

  • Director Ram Madhvani
  • Music Vishal Khurana
  • Producer Ronnie Screwvala, Amita Madhvani, Ram Madhvani
  • Production RSVP Movies, Ram Madhvani Films, Lotte Entertainment, Lotte Cultureworks, Lionsgate Films, Global Gate Entertainment
  • Users Rating

Shershaah Watch on Prime Video

Sardar Udham Watch on Prime Video
  • Release Date 16 October 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Biography, History
  • Cast

    Vicky Kaushal

  • Director Shoojit Sircar
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating
Dybbuk: The Curse Is Real Watch on Prime Video
  • Release Date 29 October 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Drama, Horror
  • Duration 1h 52min
  • Cast

    Emraan H, Nikita Dutta, Anil George, Manav Kaul, Yuri Suri, Imaad Shah, Darshana Banik, Gaurav Sharma, Denzil Smith, Resh Lamba, Bijay Anand, Ivan Sylvester Rodrigues

  • Director Jay K
  • Music Amar Mohile, Gourav Dasgupta
  • Producer Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Kumar Mangat Pathak, Abhishek Pathak
  • Production Amazon Prime Video
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating
Chhorii Watch on Prime Video

Bhuj: The Pride of India Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 13 August 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Action, Drama, History
  • Duration 1h 53min
  • Cast

    Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Sharad Kelkar, Sonakshi Sinha, Ammy Virk, Pranitha Subhash, Nora Fatehi, Ihana Dhillon

  • Director Abhishek Dudhaiya
  • Music Score: Amar Mohile; Songs: Gourov Dasgupta Tanishk Bagchi Lijo George – Dj Chetas Arko
  • Producer Bhushan Kumar, Ginny Khanuja, Krishan Kumar, Kumar Mangat Pathak, Bunny Sanghavi, Vajir Singh, Abhishek Dudhaiya
  • Production T-Series, Ajay Devgn FFilms, Select Media Holdings LLP
  • Users Rating
Bhoot Police Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 10 September 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Horror, Comedy, Drama
  • Duration 2h 8min
  • Cast

    Saif Ali Khan, Arjun Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez, Yami Gautam, Javed Jaffrey

  • Director Pavan Kripalani
  • Producer Devashish Makhija, Akshai Puri
  • Production Tips Industries, 12 Street Entertainment
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating
Shiddat Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 1 October 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Romance, Drama
  • Duration 2h 30min
  • Cast

    Sunny Kaushal, Radhika Madan, Mohit Raina, Diana Penty

  • Director Kunal Deshmukh
  • Producer Dinesh Vijan, Bhushan Kumar
  • Production Maddock Films
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating
Sanak Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 15 October 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Action, Crime
  • Duration 1h 57min
  • Cast

    Vidyut Jammwal, Rukmini Maitra, Neha Dhupia, Chandan Roy Sanyal, Chandan Roy, Kiran Karmarkar, Sunil Kumar Palwal, Daniele Balconi, Ivy Haralson, Alois Knapps, Du Tran Au, Harminder Singh Alag, Adrija Sinha, Neha Pednekar, Tanguy Guinchard, Sefa Demirbus, Felix Fukoyoshi, Dimitri Vujicic, Shreyal Shetty, Sanjay Kulkarni, Karthikesh, Asif Ali Beg, Arjun Ramesh, Sudhanva Deshpande, Anand Alkunte

  • Director Kanishk Varma
  • Music Score:Saurabh Bhalerao, Songs:Chirrantan Bhatt, Jeet Gannguli
  • Producer Vipul Amrutlal Shah, Aashin A. Shah
  • Production Zee Studios, Sunshine Pictures
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating
Hum Do Hamare Do Watch on Disney+ Hotstar
  • Release Date 29 October 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Comedy
  • Duration 2h 9min
  • Cast

    Rajkummar Rao, Kriti Sanon, Paresh Rawal, Ratna Pathak Shah, Aparshakti Khurana, Manu Rishi Chadha, Prachee Shah Paandya, Mazel Vy, Saanand Verma, Avijit Dutt, Shibani Bedi, Himanshu Sharma

  • Director Abhishek Jain
  • Music Sachin–Jigar
  • Producer Dinesh Vijan
  • Production Maddock Films
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating

Rashmi Rocket Watch on Zee5
  • Release Date 15 October 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Sport, Drama
  • Cast

    Taapsee Pannu, Priyanshu Painyuli, Abhishek Banerjee, Supriya Pathak, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Mantra, Shweta Tripathi, Manoj Joshi

  • Director Akarsh Khurana
  • Music Amit Trivedi
  • Producer Ronnie Screwvala, Neha Anand, Pranjal Khandhdiya
  • Production RSVP Movies, Mango People Media Network
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating
Bob Biswas Watch on Zee5
  • Release Date 3 December 2021
  • Language Hindi
  • Genre Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
  • Duration 2h 11min
  • Cast

    Abhishek Bachchan, Chitrangda Singh, Paran Bandopadhyay, Samara Tijori, Purab Kohli, Tina Desai

  • Director Diya Annapurna Ghosh
  • Music Score: Clinton Cerejo, Bianca Gomes. Songs: Anupam Roy, Vishal–Shekhar
  • Producer Gauri Khan, Sujoy Ghosh, Gaurav Verma
  • Production Red Chillies Entertainment, Bound Script Production
  • Certificate U/A
  • Users Rating

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Latest News Today – F9, The Suicide Squad, Bhuj: The Pride of India, and

Fast & Furious 9 (aka F9) and The Suicide Squad are the biggest international titles to watch this August — the first two are coming to (Indian) cinemas, two are already streaming (in the US) and the other will be. F9 released July 30 on-demand in the US, almost three weeks prior to its August 19 India release date. It was going to release earlier in India but got delayed by two weeks. The Suicide Squad is hitting India on August 5 in line with its global release date, with Warner hoping to avoid the major piracy situation that Universal finds itself in, with F9 being torrented widely. The Suicide Squad is out August 6 on HBO Max, after all. Speaking of superheroes, Marvel also has a new (animated) series in What If…? that begins August 11 on Disney+ Hotstar.

From India, there are a couple of pop patriotic war dramas for the Independence Day weekend. Amazon Prime Video rolls out Kargil War-set Shershaah, led by Siddharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani, and produced by Karan Johar, on August 12. Disney+ Hotstar will follow it on August 13 with a tale from 1971 Indo-Pakistan War in Bhuj: The Pride of India, starring Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, and Sonakshi Sinha. Disney+ Hotstar also has a period drama in The Empire, about the rise and fall of the Mughal Empire, in August. If you are looking for more Indian content, Mani Ratnam presents a nine-film anthology called Navarasa, dropping August 6 on Netflix. Revathy, Parvathy, Anjali, Aditi Balan, Vijay Sethupathy, Arvind Swamy, Siddarth, Prakashraj, and Yogi Babu are among its massive cast.

For those looking for big names, August has Hugh Jackman in the sci-fi film Reminiscence available August 20 on HBO Max. It should come to Indian cinemas at the same time too. Emma Stone is Cruella in Cruella, out August 27 on Disney+ Hotstar. Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy lead a packed cast for Nine Perfect Strangers, which starts August 20 on Amazon Prime Video in India. Sandra Oh leads the cast of The Chair — Game of Thrones creators are involved — also out August 20 but on Netflix. On the same day on the same platform, Jason Momoa hunts for the truth and runs from big pharma in Sweet Girl. Meanwhile, Joseph Gordon-Levitt does everything (acting, writing, directing and producing) on his new Apple TV+ series Mr. Corman, premiering August 6.

There’s also Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 8 — the series’ final season starts in August and will air on Comedy Central in India. It’ll take a lot longer to reach streaming platforms. With that, here’s our August 2021 guide to Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, HBO Max, and Comedy Central.

The Suicide Squad

When: August 5 (India), August 6 (Streaming)
Where: Cinemas (India), HBO Max (USA)

Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is at the helm of this soft reboot of what was originally a dumpster fire. There are a couple of survivors, chiefly Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, and Viola Davis. There’s a splattering of new faces alongside — many of whom will be killed off, as Gunn has already teased — in John Cena, Idris Elba, Peter Capaldi, David Dastmalchian, Daniela Melchior, Michael Rooker, Pete Davidson, Nathan Fillion, and a shark voiced by Sylvester Stallone.

Going by the trailers, Gunn seems to be doing what made him famous at Marvel, except he’s now operating in the rival DC camp (before he switches back for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, coming May 2023). The Suicide Squad is available in cinemas a day prior to its one-month streaming run on HBO Max in the US.

Watch the Final Trailer for The Suicide Squad

Some of the new Suicide Squad in The Suicide Squad
Photo Credit: DC Comics/Warner Bros.

Mr. Corman

When: August 6
Where: Apple TV+

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the star, writer, director and producer on this 10-episode dramedy about a 30-something failed musician now teaching fifth graders at a San Fernando Valley school in Los Angeles County. So far, so Soul. There’s even a dreamy sequence in the Mr. Corman trailer if you’re interested in stretching that Pixar comparison.

To add to Corman’s miseries, his fiancé (Juno Temple) broke up and moved out, while his high school friend (Arturo Castro) has taken her place at home. Still, Corman believes he’s lucky even as the feelings of anxiety and self-doubt are creeping in. Debra Winger, Logic, Hector Hernandez, Jamie Chung, and Shannon Woodward co-star.

Three Mr. Corman episodes drop on release date, with the remaining seven airing one per week until September 24.

When: August 6
Where: Netflix

Mani Ratnam spearheads this anthology of nine Tamil-language short films that finds nine directors tackling nine rasas, Tamil for emotions: anger (Arvind Swami), compassion (Bejoy Nambiar), courage (Sarjun), disgust (Vasanth S Sai), fear (Rathindran R Prasad), laughter (Priyadarshan), love (Gautham Vasudev Menon), peace (Karthik Subbaraj), and wonder (Karthick Naren). Everyone worked pro-bono on Navarasa to raise funds for those affected by COVID-19 in the Tamil cinema industry.

Revathy, Parvathy Thiruvothu, Anjali, Aditi Balan, Remya Nambeesan, Poorna, Prayaga Martin, Rythvika Suriya, Vijay Sethupathy, Arvind Swamy, Siddarth, Prakashraj, Yogi Babu, Prasanna, Atharva, Bobby Simha, Gautham Menon, Ashok Selvan, Nedumudi Venu, Delhi Ganesh, and Kishore are part of a 40-strong cast. All nine films will be available at once on release date.

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Marvel’s What If…?

When: August 11
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

Marvel Studios’ first anthology animated series is all about asking big what-if questions: What if Peggy Carter took the Super Soldier serum? What if T’Challa ended up as Star-Lord? What if Killmonger came to Tony Stark’s rescue in Afghanistan? As you can tell, What If…? is all about exploring the multiverse of possibilities — is this why it’s coming on the heels of Loki? — triggered by a big decision.

As you can tell, none of these hypothetical events will have any effect on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Still, much of the cast is involved, including Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Renner, Paul Rudd, Mark Ruffalo, Hayley Atwell, Samuel L. Jackson, Josh Brolin, Sebastian Stan, Natalie Portman, Michael Douglas, Karen Gillan, Jeff Goldblum, Michael B. Jordan, and the late Chadwick Boseman.

What If…? season 1 has 10 episodes in total. One new episode every Wednesday until October 13.

Watch the Trailer for Marvel’s What If…?

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Haley Atwell as Captain Carter in What If…?
Photo Credit: Disney/Marvel Studios


When: August 12
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Say hello to India’s The Lion King. No, that doesn’t mean what you think it does. It’s the direct translation of the war film’s title, an acknowledgement of how Indian Army Captain Vikram Batra was referred to by the enemy, Pakistan, during the 1999 Kargil War. Batra was posthumously awarded India’s highest military honour, the Param Vir Chakra, for his actions.

Siddharth Malhotra plays Batra in this biopic directed by Vishnuvardhan (Arrambam) who makes his Hindi-language debut, and produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. Shershaah is the second consecutive biopic on a Kargil war vet for Dharma, following last year’s Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl that was sold to Netflix. Hopefully, it too won’t give into jingoism.

Kiara Advani, Shiv Pandit, Niktin Dheer, Himmanshoo A. Malhotra, Anil Charanjeett, Sahil Vaid, Raj Arjun, Ankita Goraya, Rakesh Dubey, Pranay Singh Pachauri, Pawan Chopra, Mir Sarwar, and Shataf Figar are also part of the Shershaah cast.

Bhuj: The Pride of India

When: August 13
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Nora Fatehi, and Sharad Kelkar lead the cast of this Gujarat-based war drama that chronicles the efforts of an IAF Squadron Leader (Devgn) and 300 local women (Sinha among them) who helped rebuild the carpet-bombed Bhuj airbase during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan War. Ammy Virk, Pranitha Subhash, and Ihana Dhillon are also part of the cast.

Soap opera veteran Abhishek Dudhaiya makes his feature-length directorial debut on Bhuj: The Pride of India, working off a screenplay he co-wrote with Raman Kumar, Ritesh Shah, and Pooja Bhavoria. That television legacy is visible in the Bhuj trailer, though to be fair, most Bollywood war dramas are this combination of cringe dialogues and …dance sequences.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

When: August TBA
Where: Comedy Central

10-8. No that’s not a cop code — it’s the number of episodes (10) in the eighth and final season of this beloved sitcom. That’s a reduced run for what used to be a 22-episode series, having progressively declined in episode count during its NBC years. The network is also switching up its release schedule: there will be two back-to-back episodes every week, for five weeks.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 8 has also been reworked in parts, following the George Floyd protests against racism and police brutality, with Terry Crews revealing that they scrapped four completed episodes altogether. The cast is still the same though, with Crews alongside Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Dirk Blocker, Joel McKinnon Miller, and Andre Braugher.


When: August 13
Where: Apple TV+

Apple paid a festival-record $25 million (about Rs. 185 crores) for this Sundance-winning remake of the 2014 French comedy-drama La Famille Bélier. It’s about a 17-year-old girl (Emilia Jones) who’s the only hearing member in her deaf fishing family. Hence, the title: CODA, Child of Deaf Adults. Caught between helping her family business under threat and her love of singing, she must decide what to do.

Eugenio Derbez, Troy Kotsur, Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Daniel Durant, Amy Forsyth, Kevin Chapman, and Marlee Matlin co-star. CODA director Sian Heder (Tallulah) was also honoured for her work at Sundance.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

When: August 13
Where: Cinemas

James Wan’s Conjuring franchise continues to be inspired by real-life cases as Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson’s paranormal investigators take on their first murder case, the 1981 trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson (played here by Ruairi O’Connor) in which she claimed demonic possession as a defence. Essentially, that the Devil made me do it. Oh look, that’s also the title. What a coincidence.

Michael Chaves (The Curse of La Llorona) is the director, working off a screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (The Conjuring 2, Aquaman). The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It released in June on HBO Max and in US theatres, and belatedly makes its way to India as cinemas reopen following the second wave of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Modern Love

When: August 13
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Kit Harington, Anna Paquin, Tobias Menzies, Garrett Hedlund, Dominique Fishback, Lucy Boynton, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Susan Blackwell, Minnie Driver, Nikki M. James, Aparna Nancherla, Sophie Okonedo, Ben Rappaport, Jack Reynor, Lulu Wilson, Zuzanna Szadkowski, and Miranda Richardson are part of the massive cast for the second season of this rom-com anthology created by John Carney (Sing Street).

Fast & Furious 9

When: August 19 (India), TBA (On-demand)
Where: Cinemas (India), Video-on-demand (USA)

It’s time for family — nearly three months late. Having grossed over $600 million (about Rs. 4,462 crores) since its May debut internationally, the ninth chapter of The Fast Saga finally rolls into Indian cinemas. But if you’re worried about being in an enclosed space with strangers, Fast & Furious 9 has already arrived on-demand in the US. For some, it’s a safer albeit expensive alternative, and for others (who live where cinemas haven’t reopened) the only way to watch it right now.

Plot is not a thing anyone cares about with a Fast & Furious title, so I’ll just leave you with the names of those whose faces you will see: Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, John Cena, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jordana Brewster, Sung Kang, Michael Rooker, Helen Mirren, Kurt Russell, and Charlize Theron. Fast Five director Justin Lin is back behind the camera.

Watch the Final Trailer for Fast & Furious 9

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John Cena as Jakob Toretto in F9
Photo Credit: Universal Pictures

Nine Perfect Strangers

When: August 18 (USA), August 20 (India)
Where: Hulu (USA), Amazon Prime Video (India)

Big Little Lies creator David E. Kelley is back at it, adapting another Liane Moriarty novel. He’s joined by Nicole Kidman who here plays a mysterious Russian host of a health and wellness resort in Australia. She’s fielding the titular nine strangers, played by Melissa McCarthy, Luke Evans, Samara Weaving, Michael Shannon, Regina Hall, and Bobby Cannavale among others.

They have gathered for a 10-day retreat that turns out to be a lot more, as they discover secrets about each other and the host (Kidman). Jonathan Levine (50/50) directs all eight episodes that will stream weekly Wednesdays on Hulu, and Friday on Prime Video. Three episodes upon premiere, with the five remaining airing one every week until September 22.

The Chair

When: August 20
Where: Netflix

Sandra Oh is the first woman chair of the English department at a fictional American university in this six-episode half-hour dramedy that also marks the first Netflix original involving Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (as part of their huge $200-million deal, about Rs. 1,487 crores today). The Chair trailer suggests that Oh’s newly-installed head has to deal with the messes of those who came before her, some of which feel #MeToo-tinged.

Jay Duplass, Holland Taylor, Bob Balaban, David Morse, Nana Mensah, and Everly Carganilla are also part of The Chair cast. Amanda Peet and Annie Julia-Wyman created the series, with Peet also serving as showrunner. Oh, Benioff and Weiss are executive producers. All episodes at once on release date.


When: August 20
Where: HBO Max

In near-future climate change-ravaged Miami, Hugh Jackman plays a war veteran who offers his clients the choice to relive any memory they want. His life is upended after he discovers through someone else’s memories that the mysterious woman (Rebecca Ferguson) he’s been sleeping with might be involved in a series of violent crimes. And then she goes missing, forcing him to go looking for her.

Thandiwe Newton, Cliff Curtis, Marina de Tavira, Daniel Wu, Mojean Aria, Brett Cullen, Natalie Martinez, Angela Sarafyan, and Nico Parker also star. Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy makes her feature-length directorial debut. The Reminiscence trailer has been compared to the works of Christopher Nolan, which suggests at this point that love for this kind of storytelling runs in the family. Joy is Nolan’s sis-in-law.

Reminiscence will be available on HBO Max for the first month at the same time as it’s in cinemas. Not confirmed for Indian cinemas yet, but expected given Warner Bros. is rolling out three films in the three weeks prior.

Watch the Final Trailer for Reminiscence

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Hugh Jackman in Reminiscence
Photo Credit: Ben Rothstein/Warner Bros.

Sweet Girl

When: August 20
Where: Netflix

After a pharma giant pulls a live-saving drug off the shelves just before his wife (Adria Arjona) dies of cancer, Aquaman star Jason Momoa publicly vows to bring justice to those responsible. Apparently, big pharma doesn’t mess around. They send men with guns after the widower (Momoa) and his daughter (Isabela Merced) who are forced to go on the run.

Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Raza Jaffrey, Lex Scott Davis, Michael Raymond-James, and Amy Brenneman also star. Brian Andrew Mendoza is the director on Sweet Girl, working off a screenplay by Philip Eisner, Gregg Hurwitz, and Will Staples.

Truth Be Told

When: August 20
Where: Apple TV+

Kate Hudson is the big new face for the second season of what feels like an anthology series now, as true crime podcaster Poppy Parnell (Octavia Spencer) sets her sight on a new case: that of media mogul and her childhood friend Micah Keith (Kate Hudson). Poppy claims she wants to help Micah, by pushing for justice on a public forum (her podcast). But at what cost — both personal and professional — will that come for Micah? Merle Dandridge is also new to Truth Be Told season 2 cast.

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

When: August 23
Where: Netflix

Before Henry Cavill returns as Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher season 2 in December, Netflix is expanding the Continent with this anime prequel spin-off movie that follows his mentor Vesemir (voiced by Theo James here, and to be played by Kim Bodnia in The Witcher season 2) during his glory days. We also have Lara Pulver as Tetra, Graham McTavish as Deglan, and Mary McDonnell as Lady Zerbst.

The Witcher showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrisch is the producer on The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. Kwang Il Han directs off a screenplay written by Beau DeMayo.

Watch the Teaser Trailer for The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

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Theo James as Vesemir in The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf
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When: August 27
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

Emma Stone steps into Disney’s origin story of the dalmatian fur-loving Cruella de Vil as a grifter and an aspiring fashion designer named Estella — this live-action reboot loves making stitches of its own — who takes aim at her boss and London’s prestigious fashion house chief Baroness von Hellman (Emma Thompson). Aiding her in her exploits are thieving brothers Jasper (Joel Fry) and Horace Badun (Paul Walter Hauser).

Emily Beecham, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Mark Strong, and John McCrea also star. Craig Gillespie (I, Tonya) directs Cruella. Dana Fox and Tony McNamara provide the screenplay. Cruella released in late May on Disney+ Premier Access, and now that it’s exiting the premium tier, it’s available on Disney+ Hotstar. Thanks to COVID-19, Cruella is skipping theatres entirely, just as with Black Widow.

Watch the Final Trailer for Disney’s Cruella

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Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil in Cruella
Photo Credit: Laurie Sparham/Disney


When: August 27
Where: Apple TV+

The second title for Momoa in August is the second season of this post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama where humanity cannot see. Guardians of the Galaxy and Army of the Dead star Dave Bautista is new to See season 2 as Momoa’s on-screen nemesis brother, alongside Joe Flanigan, Eden Epstein, Tom Mison, Hoon Lee, Olivia Cheng, David Hewlett and Tamara Tunie. Sylvia Hoeks, Hera Hilmar, Christian Camargo, and Alfre Woodard are part of the returning cast opposite Momoa.

One new episode each week until October 15. Already renewed for a third season that is currently filming in Toronto, Canada.

The Empire

When: August TBA
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

HBO might be making Game of Thrones prequels that will come to Disney+ Hotstar, but meanwhile, the network is showing similar (local-level) ambitions of its own. Batla House director Nikkhil Advani is behind this epic undertaking that aims to chronicle the rise and the fall of the Mughal Empire — it spanned two centuries and stretched from Afghanistan to the Deccan plateau — from Babur to Aurangzeb.

Kunal Kapoor is set as a young Babur who turned his eyes towards India after facing repeated defeats in what is modern-day Uzbekistan. That brings him in clash with the Sultan of Delhi Ibrahim Lodi (Dino Morea) and thereafter the Mewar kingdom led by Rana Sanga (Srijan Srivastava). Drashti Dhami plays Babur’s elder sister Khanzada Begum, and Shabana Azmi is Babur’s grandmother Esan Daulat.

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Godzilla vs. Kong, Snyder’s Justice League, and More: | Sidnaz Blog

The March streaming lineup sees a huge month internationally — as the headline has already partly conveyed. Justice League Snyder Cut finally makes its bow after a lengthy fan campaign on March 18. A week later, also from Warner Bros., comes one of the year’s most expensive movies in Godzilla vs. Kong, available March 26 in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. And oh, there’s more DC stuff with The Flash season 7 premiering March 2. Beyond DC and the MonsterVerse, we’ve a new Marvel series in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which starts March 19 globally.

From India — among the things we already know about — we have a lesbian romance in The Married Woman, coming to ALTBalaji and Zee5 on March 8, International Women’s Day. Netflix is also using the IWD opportunity to unveil two women-led titles: Bombay Begums from the director of Lipstick Under My Burkha, and the its first animated film Bombay Rose from director Gitanjali Rao. Sanya Malhotra-led Pagglait will close out the month for Netflix India on March 26. Amidst all that, Disney+ Hotstar has the Tamil-language action film Teddy on March 12.

There’s a lot beyond that too, including titles featuring or from the likes of Tom Holland, Amy Poehler, Mark Hamill, J.K. Simmons, Awkwafina, Sandra Oh, Seth Rogen, Mahershala Ali, Jon Hamm, Demi Lovato, Eddie Murphy, Jennifer Garner, a new Sherlock Holmes, the creator of Money Heist, and the directors of Avengers: Endgame. With that, here’s our March 2021 guide to Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, YouTube, Disney+, Colors Infinity, ALTBalaji, and Zee5.

The Flash

When: March 2 (USA), March 3 (India)
Where: The CW (USA), Colors Infinity (India)

The seventh season of the Arrowverse series finds itself in a unique situation, thanks to COVID-19. The pandemic cut the sixth season short, which means The Flash season 7 will first have to wrap up the ongoing storylines — showrunner Eric Wallace said they design seasons as a three-act movie, and season 6 was essentially cut off at the end of act two — before they can introduce a new adventure.

As such, Mirror Mistress / Eva McCulloch (Efrat Dor) continues to haunt our title character (Grant Gustin) having escaped the Mirrorverse. And it’s not like The Flash doesn’t already have more problems. He has to save his wife Iris West-Allen (Candice Patton) from the Mirrorverse, and figure out how to reverse his disappearing superspeed.

The Flash has been renewed for an eighth season, so you don’t have to worry about an abrupt end. New episodes of The Flash season 7 air weekly.

Watch the First Trailer for The Flash Season 7


When: March 3
Where: Netflix

Amy Poehler’s second movie as a director — her first, Wine Country, was also a Netflix original — follows a shy teenager (Hadley Robinson) who is inspired by her mother’s (Poehler) rebellious past in finally tackling the culture of sexual harassment and discrimination prevalent at her high school.

Pacific Rim: The Black

When: March 4
Where: Netflix

Set in a post-apocalyptic virtually-empty Australia that has been overrun by the alien Kaiju, two teenage siblings set out to find their missing parents after they encounter a beaten-up, long-abandoned Jaeger, teaching themselves how to take on the monsters along the way. Pacific Rim: The Black is set after the events of Guillermo del Toro‘s original 2013 film, and the 2018 sequel.

All episodes on release date. A second season of Pacific Rim: The Black has already been announced.

Coming 2 America

When: March 5
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Over three decades since the rom-com original became a surprise box office hit, Eddie Murphy’s now-King Akeem Joffer of the fictional African nation of Zamunda sets out to the United State of America once again — this time to find and connect with the son he never knew he had, a street-savvy native of Queens, New York called Lavelle (Jermaine Fowler).

Arsenio Hall, John Amos, Shari Headley, and James Earl Jones also return from the first film. They are joined by Wesley Snipes, Leslie Jones, and the aforementioned Fowler. Craig Brewer (Hustle & Flow, Dolemite Is My Name) directs, off a script co-written by Kenya Barris (black-ish).

Amazon reportedly paid Paramount Pictures $125 million (about Rs. 906 crores) for the rights.

Raya and the Last Dragon

When: March 5
Where: Cinemas (India), Disney+ Premier Access (overseas)

Disney Animation’s first original movie in five years — the last one was Moana — is inspired by the cultures of Southeast Asia and follows the titular fierce warrior (voiced by Kelly Marie Tran, from Star Wars: The Last Jedi) as she sets out to find the last dragon (Awkwafina, from Ocean’s Eight) and reunite various factions, to take on a group of monsters known as the Druun.

Gemma Chan (Captain Marvel), Daniel Dae Kim (Hawaii Five-0), Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy), and Benedict Wong (Doctor Strange) also lend their voice talents. Raya and the Last Dragon has been directed by Don Hall (Big Hero 6) and Carlos López Estrada (Blindspotting), off a script by playwright Qui Nguyen and Adele Lim (Crazy Rich Asians).

Watch the New Trailer for Raya and the Last Dragon

Bombay Begums

When: March 8
Where: Netflix

Pooja Bhatt, Shahana Goswami, Amruta Subhash, Aadhya Anand, and Plabita Borthakur lead this generational tale of five women who “wrestle with desire, ethics, personal crises, and vulnerabilities to own their ambition, in contemporary urban India. As glass ceilings are shattered, and hearts are broken, difficult choices have to be made. And as each woman strives to find her own truth, they find in each other an unexpected understanding and the sliver of a bond.”

Alankrita Shrivastava (Lipstick Under My Burkha) is the showrunner and co-director. All Bombay Begums episodes on release date.

Bombay Rose

When: March 8
Where: Netflix

Delayed three months to an alleged “technical delay”, the first animated effort to come from Netflix India — it premièred at the 2019 Venice Film Festival — has been made using pain-staking traditional animation techniques. Director Gitanjali Rao’s debut feature Bombay Rose is an ode to both Bollywood and the city of Bombay, through the lens of a former club dancer looking after a kid, a Kashmiri orphan scrapping a living on the streets, and an elderly woman lost in the memories of a lost love.

Anurag Kashyap is among the producers, and also lends his voice in a supporting role.

The Married Woman

When: March 8
Where: ALTBalaji, and Zee5

Set against the backdrop of Hindu-Muslim tensions in 1992, this Ekta Kapoor-produced series is based on Manju Kapur’s 2003 book “A Married Woman” that follows a middle-class Hindu wife and mother of two (Ridhi Dogra) who finds herself falling for the Muslim widow (Monica Dogra) of a protestor killed in the Ayodhya violence. The two battle social conventions, their homophobic families, and a divided country as they find comfort in each other’s arms.


When: March 12
Where: Apple TV+

The next movie from Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo is very unlike their previous one. Spider-Man star Tom Holland is still around, but he’s playing a college dropout and Iraq War veteran medic who suffers from PTSD and an opioid addiction after returning to the US. To help pay for the medication, he turns to robbing banks. Ciara Bravo, Jack Reynor, Michael Rispoli, Jeff Wahlberg, Forrest Goodluck, and Michael Gandolfini also star.


When: March 12
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

A talking teddy bear — no this is not a Ted remake, not that we know of — is among the stars of this Tamil-language action film that involves human beings such as husband-wife duo Arya (Naan Kadavul) and Sayyeshaa (Shivaay). The Teddy trailer doesn’t really tell us what the film is about — except hinting at human trafficking. Arya mentioned “medical mysteries” in his tweets, and the trailer talks about an “out of body experience”, so who really knows what’s going on with this bonkers film. Shakti Soundar Rajan (Miruthan, Tik Tik Tik) writes and directs.

Yes Day

When: March 12
Where: Netflix

Jennifer Garner and Edgar Ramírez play parents to three in this adaptation of Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s children’s book of the same name, who tired of saying no to their kids, agree to say “yes” to all of their ideas for 24 hours. As you can tell and watch for yourself in the trailer, that’s a very, very bad idea.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League

When: March 18
Where: HBO Max (USA), TBA (India)

It’s almost here. Over three years after it failed critically and commercially, Zack Snyder is restoring Justice League to his original vision: a four-hour director’s cut made up of footage that he shot back in 2016 though much of it was never used in the theatrical version. Warner Bros. and HBO Max have spent $70 million — the film cost $300 million in the first place — to finish post-production on all that unused footage. Snyder also shot a few minutes of new footage last October, which will give us a new take on Jared Leto’s Joker and a surprise “hero cameo”.

Will it be any good — and worth the hype generated by DC fans? At least it has a low bar to clear.

Watch the Final Trailer for Justice League Snyder Cut

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

When: March 19
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

The Marvel Cinematic Universe train continues on TV, this one following the titular co-leads, Sam Wilson/ Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes/ Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), in the wake of Steve Rogers/ Captain America (Chris Evans) passing his iconic shield to the former guy in Avengers: Endgame.

They are going up — again — against Captain America: Civil War villain Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl), though they will have the help of returning Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp), introduced in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. There’s a secondary track to the story that involves John F. Walker (Wyatt Russell), a militaristic successor to Captain America, and an anarchist anti-patriotic outfit called Flag-Smashers.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will air new episodes weekly.

Watch the Official Trailer for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Sky Rojo

When: March 19
Where: Netflix

Money Heist creator Álex Pina delivers a half-hour action crime drama that tells the story of three sex workers (Verónica Sánchez, Yany Prado, and Lali Espósito) on the run from their pimp (Asier Etxeandia) and his henchmen (Miguel Ángel Silvestre and Enric Auquer), which pushes them closer together and into a live-like-it’s-your-last-day philosophy. All Sky Rojo episodes drop on release date.

Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil

When: March 23
Where: YouTube

In mid-2018, the American singer-songwriter was at the peak of her career, on a global tour with a best-selling album that had broken her previous records. But in July that year, she dropped to a personal low: a drug overdose, two weeks of hospitalisation, and then rehab. The full extent of those days is revealed in the trailer for her new four-part docuseries, where Lovato says she suffered three strokes and a heart attack, and had “5 to 10 minutes” left when doctors intervened.

Named after an upcoming song of hers, Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil will explore her struggles with substance abuse, and explore other traumas she has never spoken about. You can watch the full thing without ads if you’ve YouTube Premium. Two episodes on release date, and then one per week.

DOTA: Dragon’s Blood

When: March 25
Where: Netflix

The fantastical universe of DOTA 2 expands with this anime series that follows Davion the Dragon Knight (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal) and the noble Princess Mirana (Lara Pulver) — playable characters in the online game. It’s been written by Ashley Edward Miller, a co-writer on X-Men: First Class and Thor, and produced by the animation studio behind The Legend of Korra and Voltron: Legendary Defender. All eight episodes on release date.

Godzilla vs. Kong

When: March 26 (India), March 31 (USA)
Where: Cinemas (India), HBO Max (USA)

The two titular beasts go head-to-head in this $200-million monster mash-up that Legendary Pictures has been building to ever since that 2014 Godzilla reboot. But it may not be all that straightforward, with the trailers and the synopses hinting that a bigger giant — possibly Mechagodzilla — involved in the mix. Godzilla and Kong might end up as buddies taking on a common enemy by the end, if Internet sleuths are to be believed.

Of course, there are some humans around as well (in Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Brian Tyree Henry, Kyle Chandler, and Rebecca Hall) to make Captain-Obvious remarks and prod you to react to the seismic action taking place on screen — in case the VFX department fails to do its job.

Watch the Godzilla vs. Kong trailer in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu

The Irregulars

When: March 26
Where: Netflix

Here’s the pitch: what if Sherlock Holmes, who relied on street kids to gather intel, was actually just a drug addict and delinquent who took credit for cases that were actually solved by the kids? Meet the Baker Street Irregulars, who first appeared in the works of Sir Athur Conan Doyle. On the Netflix series set in the 19th century, they help Dr. Watson save London from supernatural troubles.

All episodes of The Irregulars will be available on release date.


When: March 26
Where: Amazon Prime Video

The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman brings another one of his comic books to life — this time as an animated series for adults. Invincible is about the titular teenage superhero (voiced by Steven Yeun) who grows up in the shadow of his father (J.K. Simmons), the world’s most powerful superhero. But as he begins to fight crime, Invincible discovers a startling secret about his omnipotent dad.

Sandra Oh, Mark Hamill, Seth Rogen, Gillian Jacobs, Zazie Beetz, Jason Mantzoukas, Andrew Rannells, Walton Goggins, Zachary Quinto, Mahershala Ali, Nicole Byer, Jon Hamm, Jonathan Groff, Djimon Hounsou, and Mae Whitman are also part of the voice cast. Three episodes on release date, followed by one every week.


When: March 26
Where: Netflix

Sanya Malhotra (Dangal) plays a young widow named Sandhya who reacts to her new husband’s untimely death in a manner most unexpected. As she points out in the teaser trailer, her lack of grief is completely at odds with how she felt when she lost her cat as a child. The description for the Netflix movie says “a slew of revelations will force Sandhya to re-examine her priorities and make some hard decisions, as she learns how to free her crazy, face the family and find herself.”

Ashutosh Rana, Sheeba Chaddha, Raghubir Yadav, Natasha Rastogi, Rajesh Tailang, Shruti Sharma, Jameel Khan, Meghna Malik, Ananya Khare, Yamini Singh, Bhupesh Pandya, Chetan Sharma, Aasif Khan, Nakul Roshan Sahdev, Ashlesha Thakur, Sachin Chaudhary, and Saroj Singh are also part of the Pagglait cast. Sayani Gupta and Sharib Hashmi have cameos. Ekta Kapoor is among the producers.

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The Family Man, Pitta Kathalu, and More: February Guide | Sidnaz Blog

The return of Manoj Bajpayee’s (missing) agent in Amazon’s The Family Man is the highlight of February’s local streaming picks, alongside Parineeti Chopra in Netflix’s The Girl on the Train, and the Telugu-language anthology film Pitta Kathalu also on Netflix. Lastly, we’ve 1962: The War in the Hills, a Hotstar Specials series based on the Sino-Indian War. Internationally, Tom & Jerry will deliver some rollicking fun on the big screen (that will also stream on the US-exclusive HBO Max). Netflix’s popular To All the Boys trilogy also wraps up in February. And there are other titles that involve the likes of Zendaya, Salma Hayek, Joel Kinnaman, Rosamund Pike, and Cathy Yan.

To All the Boys 3, The Girl on the Train, and More on Netflix in February

There are several ongoing series from January too, including the likes of WandaVision, Riverdale, and Dickinson, which haven’t been named below. With that, here’s our February 2021 guide to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, Apple TV+, HBO Max, Colors Infinity, and Mubi.

Firefly Lane

When: February 3
Where: Netflix

Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke play the adult versions of lifetime best friends in this film based on Kristin Hannah’s book of the same name, which follows them as young girls living on Firefly Lane who wish to grow up to be famous journalists — but only of them actually does. That becomes a bone of contention as adults, as does a shared love interest. The movie follows them from a small-town to Seattle in north-western America.


When: February 5
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Salma Hayek and Owen Wilson star in this sci-fi drama from writer-director Mike Cahill — his first film in seven years — about a middle-aged man (Wilson) who keeps dreaming about a stranger (Hayek). When he finally runs into her outside of his dreams, she tells him he’s living in a virtual world — à la The Matrix — that she had a hand in building. From there, it’s pure chaos.

Malcolm & Marie

When: February 5
Where: Netflix

John David Washington (Tenet) and Zendaya (Spider-Man: Homecoming) play the titular leads in this film from Euphoria creator Sam Levinson that was shot during the lockdown in a house with a tiny crew. It centres on one evening when a filmmaker (David Washington) awaits reviews on his latest movie, and how his relationship with his girlfriend (Zendaya) is tested as revelations about their relationship surface.

The Snoopy Show

When: February 5
Where: Apple TV+

With Apple the home for all things Peanuts, a new animated series about the world’s most extraordinary beagle is on its way to celebrate 70 years of the comic strip. On The Snoopy Show, he is a surfer king, the hippest kid in school, a famed arm wrestler, and a World War I flying ace.

Black Lightning

When: February 9
Where: Colors Infinity

Jefferson Pierce has seemingly given up his Black Lightning gig in the fourth and final season of the DC series, if the trailer is to be believed. That comes in the wake of — spoiler alert for the end of season 3 — the death of his long-time detective friend Bill Henderson (Damon Gupton) in the fight to stop Markovia from conquering Freeland. What will prompt him to take it up again?

Dead Pigs

When: February 12
Where: Mubi

Before she was given the reins to Birds of Prey, director Cathy Yan made her directorial debut with this Shanghai-set social satire about life in China—growing wealth inequality and social change set amidst a backdrop of globalisation—that won a jury prize at Sundance Film Festival in 2018. Three years later, Dead Pigs is finally getting a global release, directly on streaming.

Vivian Wu (Away, The Last Emperor), Mason Lee (Lucy, The Hangover Pt II), Zazie Beetz (Atlanta, Deadpool 2), Meng Li (The Bad Kids), Haoyu Yang (The Wandering Earth), and David Rysdahl (The Family) are part of the ensemble cast.

The Family Man

When: February 12
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Srikant Tiwari (Manoj Bajpayee) is supposedly nowhere to be found — or so, the trailer claims — when the second season of Raj and D.K.’s socio-political action thriller series opens. Still, everyone else is around. That includes Priyamani as Suchitra Tiwari, Sharib Hashmi as Srikant’s partner Talpade, Shreya Dhanwanthary as fellow agent Zoya, and Sharad Kelkar as Suchitra’s work associate and possibly more Arvind. Joining them is Samantha Akkineni (Rangasthalam 1985) in an undisclosed role.

Raj and D.K. have directed all episodes and co-written with Suman Kumar. All episodes available on release date.

To All the Boys: Always and Forever

When: February 12
Where: Netflix

It’s a wrap on the trilogy with this third and final chapter — based on the 2017 novel “Always and Forever, Lara Jean” — which finds LJ (Lana Condor) reassess her relationship with boyfriend Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) as high school draws to a close and during two trips she takes: a road trip to a university and another to Korea with her grandmother and sisters.

For All Mankind

When: February 19
Where: Apple TV+

Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore’s alt-history space race drama picks up a decade later in 1983 for its second season, with the US and USSR at the peak of their powers. NASA isn’t a space organisation anymore, with the US Department of Defense moving into their building. Yes, you know what that means: astronauts with guns.

Returning cast members include Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Wrenn Schmidt, Shantel VanSanten, Sarah Jones, and Jodi Balfour. New episodes weekly.

I Care a Lot

When: February 19
Where: Netflix

Rosamund Pike is channeling Gone Girl vibes in this black comedy thriller about a crooked elder care guardian who defrauds her aging clients for her financial gain. She meets her match in the newest client (Dianne West) who’s carrying some baggage that leads to a fight with a mob boss (Peter Dinklage). Eiza González and Chris Messina co-star. J Blakeson (The Disappearance of Alice Creed) writes and directs.

Pitta Kathalu

When: February 19
Where: Netflix

Netflix’s first Telugu-language movie is a four-part anthology, as was the case with its first Tamil-language film Paava Kadhaigal. Producers Ronnie Screwvala and Ashi Dua Sara transfer the format they used in Bollywood — with Lust Stories and Ghost Stories, both for Netflix — to South India, once again.

Here on Pitta Kathalu — that’s Telugu for “short stories” — the directors are National Award-winning Tharun Bhascker (Pelli Choopulu) and Sankalp Reddy (Ghazi), alongside B.V. Nandini Reddy (Oh! Baby) and Nag Ashwin (Mahanati). They will present four shots about distinctly bold women: “Ramula”, “Pinky”, “Meera”, and “xLife” respectively.

Eesha Rebba (“Pinky”), Lakshmi Manchu (“Ramula”), Amala Paul (“Meera”), and Shruti Haasan (“xLife”) lead the four films.

Tom & Jerry

When: February 19 (India), February 26 (US)
Where: Cinemas, and HBO Max

The iconic cat and mouse duo return to the big screen after nearly thirty years — 1992’s Tom and Jerry: The Movie was the previous feature — with this hybrid live-action / animated adventure set in New York City against the backdrop of a grand Indian wedding. The premise involves the two duking it out as always, before realising they have a shared enemy in the deputy hotel manager (Michael Peña). Chloë Grace Moretz, Rob Delaney, Ken Jeong, Colin Jost, and Pallavi Sharda co-star.

1962: The War in the Hills

When: February 26
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

Abhay Deol leads the troops in this jingoistic look at the 1962 Sino-Indian War that claimed the lives of 1,300-4,900 Indian soldiers. On Republic Day on Instagram, Deol posted the first look with the caption: “What better occasion than today to salute all those brave hearts who fought to protect the motherland.” Mahesh Manjrekar directs.

The Girl on the Train

When: February 26
Where: Netflix

Parineeti Chopra leads this Bollywood adaptation of Paula Hawkin’s 2015 thriller novel which retains its original British setting, unlike the 2016 Emily Blunt-led Hollywood movie that transferred the events to America. It’s an interesting choice, for it tasks Indian actors to put on a British accent, given they are playing non-resident Indians who live in the UK. Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari, and Avinash Tiwary star alongside.

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Netflix February 2021 Releases: To All the Boys 3, The | Sidnaz Blog

Netflix has announced three Indian originals for February 2021. The Girl on the Train — the Bollywood adaptation of the British novel (that has previously also been adapted by Hollywood) starring Parineeti Chopra, Aditi Rao Hydari, and Kirti Kulhari, from the Bard of Blood director — arrives February 26. A week earlier on February 19 Netflix will unveil its first title from Tollywood — that’s Telugu cinema — in Pitta Kathalu, an anthology about the “darker, deceptive sides of love” from directors Tharun Bhascker, Nandini Reddy, Nag Ashwin, and Sankalp Reddy. And on Valentine’s Day, we’ll be treated to a look at the multibillion-dollar Indian wedding industry in The Big Day, which seems to continue the path laid down by Indian Matchmaking last year.

From The Family Man to Pitta Kathalu, What to Stream in February

Internationally, the To All the Boys rom-com trilogy (led by Lana Condor and Noah Centineo) comes to an end on February 12 with To All the Boys: Always and Forever. Zendaya and John David Washington (Tenet) also play a couple in Malcolm & Marie — out February 5 — which comes from the director of HBO’s Euphoria. In News of the World, from director Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips), Tom Hanks plays an American Civil War vet who protects an orphaned girl as he journeys across Texas. News of the World drops February 10 on Netflix in India. Rosamund Pike is swindling the elderly in I Care a Lot, before she butts heads with Peter Dinklage’s mob boss. I Care a Lot is available February 19.

Lastly, Bear Grylls delivers another wild interactive adventure on February 16 with Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild Movie, in which you choose how Grylls escapes from and protects animals who’ve escaped from a sanctuary.

Outside of Netflix originals, February will also bring Eeb Allay Ooo!, Prateek Vats’ brilliant social satire about monkeys terrorising New Delhi and one man’s fruitless attempts to keep them at bay. Yes, it’s full of metaphors. Eeb Allay Ooo! hops onto Netflix February 18 in India. The Jumanji sequel Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, led by Dwayne Johnson, arrives February 13 on Netflix India. And Jurassic World, the high-grossing soft reboot and a pale imitation of Jurassic Park, crashes into Netflix in India on February 16.

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Netflix February 2021 releases — the full list

With that, here’s the full list of movies and TV shows coming to Netflix India in February 2021. We’ve marked Netflix Original titles in bold for your convenience.

February 1
The House Arrest of Us: Season 1
I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer
Izakaya Bottakuri: Season 1
Octonauts: multiple seasons
Rosemary’s Baby
Stir Crazy
Zig & Sharko: Season 3

February 2
Kid Cosmic: Season 1
Mighty Express: Season 2
Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready: Season 2

February 3
All My Friends Are Dead
Black Beach
Firefly Lane: Season 1

February 4
S.W.A.T.: Firefight
This Christmas

February 5
Coming from Insanity
Hache: Season 2
Hire a Woman
Invisible City: Season 1
The Last Paradiso
Little Big Women
Malcolm & Marie
Space Sweepers
Strip Down, Rise Up
The Yin-Yang Master: Dream Of Eternity

February 10
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel: Season 1
The Misadventures of Hedi and Cokeman
News of the World

February 11
Capitani: Season 1
Layla Majnun
Red Dot
Squared Love

February 12
Buried by the Bernards: Season 1
Nadiya Bakes: Season 1
Hate by Dani Rovira
To All the Boys: Always and Forever
Xico’s Journey

February 13
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Feburary 14
The Big Day: Collection 1

February 15
Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid
Booba: Season 4
The Crew: Season 1

February 16
Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild Movie
As Above, So Below
The Debt
Jurassic World
Seventh Son

February 17
Behind Her Eyes: Limited Series
Hello, Me!: Season 1
MeatEater: Season 9 Part 2
Wonder Park

February 18
Eeb Allay Ooo!
Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan: Season 1

February 19
I Care a Lot
Heroes: Silence and Rock & Roll
Pitta Kathalu
Tribes of Europa: Season 1

February 20
Classmates Minus

February 23
Brian Regan: On the Rocks

February 24
Canine Intervention
Ginny & Georgia: Season 1

February 25
Geez & Ann
High-Rise Invasion

February 26
Bigfoot Family
Caught by a Wave
Crazy About Her
The Girl on the Train

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The Disciple, Chaitanya Tamhane’s Venice Winner, Heads | Sidnaz Blog

The Disciple — Court director Chaitanya Tamhane’s next movie — is headed to Netflix. The world’s biggest subscription-based streaming service has snapped global rights for The Disciple, which won the award for best screenplay at the 2020 Venice International Film Festival. Tamhane wrote, directed, and edited the Marathi-language movie The Disciple, which tells the story of “Sharad Nerulkar, who devoted his life to becoming an Indian classical music vocalist, diligently following the traditions and discipline of the old masters, his guru and his father. But as the years go by, Sharad starts to wonder whether it’s really possible to achieve the excellence he’s striving for. This is a journey of devotion, passion, and searching for the absolute in contemporary Mumbai”.

Aditya Modak, Arun Dravid, Sumitra Bhave, Deepika Bhide Bhagwat, and Kiran Yadnyopavit lead The Disciple cast. Vivek Gomber is the producer, and Oscar-winning filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón served as the executive producer. The Disciple was also awarded the FIPRESCI International Critics Prize at Venice, and the Amplify Voices Award at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival. It has been nominated for Best International Feature at the Film Independent Spirit Awards.

Early reviews for The Disciple have been promising. The Disciple currently holds a 95 percent rating on reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes from 22 reviews, and a 79 score on fellow reviews aggregator Metacritic from nine critics.

Cuarón (whose most recent movie, Roma, also premiered on Netflix) said in a prepared statement: “I believe Chaitanya is one of the most important new voices of contemporary cinema and I’m thrilled The Disciple will be able to be enjoyed by audiences all around the world.”

Tamhane added: “The story of The Disciple came from my own search for excellence and direction. It’s about how many of us follow all the rules, and yet sometimes find that something is missing. I was honoured to get the opportunity to work with a creative genius (and my mentor) like Alfonso Cuarón — who directed Roma and Gravity. And now, not only has Netflix acquired it to stream to a discerning global audience, I’m truly grateful and humbled that global industry stalwarts have found this film worthy. A great deal of research goes into making a film and my aim as a filmmaker has always been to tell my story authentically within a dramatic framework. One also needs to afford the audience intelligence and intuition to be able to invest in your story, no matter what the cultural context may be. I’m glad this approach worked out well for The Disciple.”

Netflix India’s director for content acquisition Pratiksha Rao said: “We want to be the home for India’s finest films and filmmakers. As we expand our film slate and tell more diverse stories from across the country, we are thrilled to be the home for Chaitanya Tamhane’s, The Disciple. The film is a beautiful story of aspiration, struggle and self-doubt, and celebrates the magic of visual storytelling in the backdrop of Indian classical music, that we can’t wait to share with the world.”

The Disciple doesn’t have a release date, but Netflix says the film will release “soon”.

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Netflix India Reveals Most | Sidnaz Blog

Netflix has revealed that its Indian subscribers have the highest viewership of films on the platform, versus any other country where Netflix is available. In India, 80 percent of Netflix subscribers watch at least one film per week. And with Netflix subscribers growing in India in 2020 (partly thanks to COVID-19 that forced people to spend more time at home), viewership has grown across the board. K-dramas jumped by 370 percent year-over-year in India, with non-fiction series and romantic stories following behind with a jump of 250 percent. Time spent on documentaries and kids’ titles doubled as well.

But Netflix hasn’t given us any concrete numbers like it releases for titles internationally, or even given us a list of the top 10 movies and series on Netflix India. Instead, it’s announced winners in some selective categories, and picked a few popular ones in other departments. You can see all the names below.

In 2020, Mighty Little Bheem season 3 was featured in Netflix’s daily “Top 10” lists in more countries than any other title. Here in India, Jamtara spent the most amount of time in “Top 10” for any Indian title. The German series Dark (that wrapped its run with season 3) spent 95 days on “Top 10” in India, while the Spanish series Money Heist featured in that list for 170 days.

Most popular drama movie: Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl

Most popular comedy movie: Ludo

Most popular thriller movie: Raat Akeli Hai

Most popular action movies: Extraction, Malang, and The Old Guard

Most popular romantic movies: Love Aaj Kal, and Ginny Weds Sunny

Most popular documentaries: The Social Dilemma, and Money Heist: The Phenomenon

Most popular anime movie: Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back-Evolution

Most popular children’s movie: Over the Moon

Most popular romantic series: Mismatched

Most popular docu-series: Bad Boy Billionaires: India

Most popular non-fiction series: Too Hot to Handle, Indian Matchmaking, Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives

Most popular anime series: Blood of Zeus, and One-Punch Man Season 2

Most popular non-Indian, non-English series: The Protector

Most popular K-dramas: The King: Eternal Monarch, Kingdom Season 2, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, and Start-up

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Netflix December 2020 | Sidnaz Blog

Netflix has announced four titles from India so far for December. Bombay Rose — slated for December 4 — is set to be Netflix’s first animated Indian movie, arriving more than a year after it premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year. On the same day, there’s also Bhaag Beanie Bhaag, in which Swara Bhasker confronts disapproving parents and a tough crowd as she attempts to become a stand-up comedian. It sounds like India’s Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Sanjay Dutt will use cricket to stop kids from terrorism in Torbaaz (not a Netflix Original) available December 11. And finally, Vir Das’ newest (lockdown) special — which premiered on his website in August — arrives December 16 on Netflix.

From Tenet to Durgamati, What to Watch in December

Internationally, we’ve Chadwick Boseman’s final posthumous role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom — opposite Viola Davis and set in 1920s Chicago — out December 18 on Netflix. Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, James Corden, and Kerry Washington are going to prom, I mean The Prom, December 11. From Shondaland we’ve the newest soapy Bridgerton, whose trailer gives the vibe of Gossip Girl meets Downton Abbey. Bridgerton season 1 premieres at Christmas on Netflix.

George Clooney returns to movies after four years for The Midnight Sky, which is like Gravity meets The Revenant, taking off December 23. Gone Girl director David Fincher does the same, but after six years, with Mank, a portrait of the Citizen Kane writer, played by Gary Oldman and scrolling in December 4. On the same day, we will also be treated to Big Mouth season 4, wherein a new Anxiety Monster joins the Hormone Monsters.

For kids, Netflix will offer a new interactive title on December 8. It’s called Spirit Riding Free: Ride Along Adventure, and it’s set in the same world as the series Spirit Riding Free, except you get to choose your own adventure. You’ll need to help Lucky and her friends as they try to save Maricela’s beloved mare from greedy horse thieves.

Outside of the Netflix originals department, there are a few big titles. The Walking Dead season 10 is available at the start of the final month of 2020 on Netflix India. If you couldn’t be bothered watching it (weekly) on Disney+ Hotstar, here you go. The second-best DC movie, Shazam!, bolts in a couple of days later on December 3. That will be followed by Archer season 11, the adult animated Bond-inspired comedy, on December 4. And you can see Tom Cruise run and be trained by Emily Blunt in Edge of Tomorrow, looping into Netflix India on December 14. Lastly, Godzilla — the 2014 variant — shows up on the same day too.

Netflix December 2020 releases — the full list

With that, here’s the full list of movies and TV shows coming to Netflix India in December 2020. We’ve marked Netflix Original titles in bold for your convenience.

December 1
Angela’s Christmas Wish
The Guest: Season 1
The Holiday Movies That Made Us: Season 1
The Judge
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
Mortal Kombat
My Girl 2
Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase
Natalie Palamides: Nate – A One Man Show
North Country
Super Wings: Season 3
Thomas & Friends: Digs & Discoveries: All Track’s Lead to Rome
Thomas & Friends: Digs & Discoveries: Mines of Mystery
Thomas & Friends: Steam Team to the Rescue
Trico Tri: Happy Halloween
Vendetta (2015)
The Walking Dead: Season 10

December 2
Alien Worlds: Season 1
Ari Eldjárn: Pardon My Icelandic
Check the Store Next Door: The Next Chapter: multiple seasons
Hazel Brugger: Tropical

December 3
Between Maybes (2019)
Chico Bon Bon and the Very Berry Holiday
Just Another Christmas [Tudo Bem No Natal Que Vem]
Must Be… Love
Pinkfong Dance Workout

December 4
Archer: Season 11
Bhaag Beanie Bhaag: Season 1
Big Mouth: Season 4
Bombay Rose
Captain Underpants Mega Blissmas
Christmas Crossfire [Wir Können Nicht Anders]
Kings of Jo’Burg: Season 1
Leyla Everlasting
Selena: The Series: Part 1

December 5
Detention: Season 1
Mighty Express: A Mighty Christmas

December 6
Heroes (2020)

December 7
100 Days My Prince: Season 1

December 8
André & his olive tree
Emicida: AmarElo – It’s All For Yesterday [Emicida: AmarElo – É Tudo Pra Ontem
Lovestruck in the City: Season 1
Mr. Iglesias: Season 3
Spirit Riding Free: Ride Along Adventure
Super Monsters: Santa’s Super Monster Helpers

December 9
Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love: Christmas
The Big Show Show: Christmas
Masameer Classics: Season 4
Rose Island [L’Incredibile storia dell’Isola Delle Rose]
Still 2gether: Season 1
The Surgeon’s Cut: Season 1

December 10
Alice in Borderland: Season 1
The Panti Sisters
Regiment Diaries: Season 2
She’s the One

December 11
A Trash Truck Christmas / A Giant Jack Christmas
Giving Voice
Himeanole (2016)
The Mess You Leave Behind [El desorden que dejas]: Limited Series
The Prom
Romantic Prelude
Rush Hour

December 12
Grizzy and the Lemmings: Season 2

December 14
A California Christmas
Edge of Tomorrow
Godzilla (2014)
Hilda: Season 2
Tiny Pretty Things: Season 1

December 15
Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story
Song Exploder: Volume 2
Uma and Devan: Season 1

December 16
Anitta: Made In Honorio: Season 1
How to Ruin Christmas: The Wedding: Season 1
The Ripper: Limited Series
Run On: Season 1
The Stand-In
Vir Das: Outside In – The Lockdown Special

December 17
The Curse of La Llorona
Love You to the Stars and Back (2017)
Morphle: Season 2

December 18
Home for Christmas: Season 2
Jeopardy!: more collections
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Sweet Home: Season 1

December 20
Dive!! (2008)
Drop (2009)
For Love’s Sake (2012)
Persona (2000)
Pinkfong Best Kids Songs: Season 1
Pinkfong & Hogi Dance Dance: Season 1
The Woodsman and the Rain (2012)

December 22
London Hughes: To Catch a D*ck
Rhyme Time Town Singalongs: Season 1
Shaun the Sheep: Season 2

December 23
The Midnight Sky
Your Name Engraved Herein

December 25
Bridgerton: Season 1
Grandma’s Last Wishes
Isa Pa with Feelings

December 26
Fast & Furious Spy Racers: Season 3: Sahara
Go! Go! Cory Carson: Season 3
The Magic School Bus Rides Again In the Zone

December 28
Cops and Robbers

December 30
Equinox: Season 1
Transformers: War For Cybertron Trilogy: Chapter 2: Earthrise

December 31
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 4

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Tenet, Durgamati, Coolie No. | Sidnaz Blog

December may be the final month of the year, but it’s going to have a lot of firsts too. Netflix’s first animated movie from India; Apple TV+’s first animated feature film; George Clooney’s first movie in four years; David Fincher’s first movie in six years; Shonda Rhimes’ first series at Netflix; and lastly, Wonder Woman 1984 day-and-date on HBO Max and in cinemas — a first for a superhero movie of this size. WW84 will be in theatres in India too, as will Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, but that is not a good option, unless you’re assured that you’ll be alone (or have enough money to book out the hall for yourself). Thankfully, Tenet is coming home too in December, though you’ll have to pay for the Blu-ray or pick it up digitally on an international platform.

That’s not all in December. In contrast to the many firsts, we’ll get Chadwick Boseman’s final movie too. Elsewhere, we’ll be treated to new movies and series featuring the likes of Bryan Cranston, Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Tina Fey, Sanjay Dutt, Gary Oldman, Alexander Skarsgård, Varun Dhawan, and Sara Ali Khan. With that, here’s our November 2020 guide to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, Apple TV+, Voot Select, HBO Max, and other digital platforms.

Bhaag Beanie Bhaag

When: December 4
Where: Netflix

Say hello to India’s Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Two Indian-Americans, Ravi Patel (Meet the Patels) and Neel Shah (The Bold Type), are behind this comedy series, in which a privileged woman (Swara Bhasker) fearful of settling down runs away from her marriage and decides to pursue stand-up in her new life. She promptly fails but then begins to put in the work, with help from a fellow comic (Patel, who’s also acting in the series), and stands up to her alarmed parents. All episodes on release date.

Bombay Rose

When: December 4
Where: Netflix

The first animated effort to come from Netflix India — it premièred at Venice Film Festival last year — has been made using pain-staking traditional animation techniques. Director Gitanjali Rao’s debut feature Bombay Rose is an ode to both Bollywood the city of Bombay, through the lens of a former club dancer looking after a kid, a Kashmiri orphan scrapping a living on the streets, and an elderly woman lost in the memories of a lost love.

Anurag Kashyap is among the producers.

Netflix Wants to Make More Animated Movies Than Hollywood’s Biggest Studios


When: December 4
Where: Netflix

David Fincher returns with his first feature film in six years — Gone Girl was the last one — that is about the writer Herman J. Mankiewicz who wrote Citizen Kane, considered by some to be the greatest movie of all time. Mank chronicles that chapter of his life, and his conflicts with Orson Welles during filming and leading up to release. And oh, it’s all in black and white.

Gary Oldman plays Mankiewicz, Tom Burke is Welles, Amanda Seyfried is Marion Davies, Lilly Collins plays Mankiewicz’s secretary, Arliss Howard is MGM co-founder Louis B. Mayer, and Charles Dance is William Randolph Hearst, the inspiration for Citizen Kane’s lead character.


When: December 4
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

Three months after it was made available for a premium fee (around $30) in addition to the subscription value of Disney+, the live-action reimagining of the 1998 animated original can be streamed by everyone on Disney+. That also means it will be available on Disney+ Hotstar, in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Mulan has been embroiled in multiple controversies, and the film failed to make an impact at the Chinese box office, as Disney had hoped.

The story is the same as the original: the titular young woman takes her ailing father’s place in the Imperial Army, disguising herself as a man. But Mulan adds a new female character Xianniang (Gong Li), who works for the heroine’s enemies and serves as a mirror of sorts to our protagonist.

Watch the First Five Minutes of Mulan

Your Honor

When: December 7
Where: Voot Select

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston leads this American remake of the Israeli TV series Kvodo, created by Ron Ninio and Shlomo Mashiach, in which a respected judge will do anything to protect his son (Hunter Doohan) who is involved in a hit-and-run accident. (Your Honor was also the title of a recent Indian remake on SonyLIV, led by Jimmy Sheirgill.) This one has better pedigree, with The Good Fight creators Robert King and Michelle King involved as executive producers, and Peter Moffat (UK’s Criminal Justice) as writer and showrunner.

Michael Stuhlbarg, Hope Davis, Carmen Ejogo, Margo Martindale, Isiah Whitlock Jr. (The Wire), Sofia Black-D’Elia (The Night Of), Amy Landecker (Transparent), Lorraine Toussaint (Orange Is the New Black), and Chet Hanks (Empire) co-star in Your Honor. One episode weekly.

Durgamati (previously Durgavati)

When: December 11
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Bhumi Pednekar plays wronged IAS officer Chanchal Chauhan, who is roped in to frame a corrupt and squeaky-clean politician (Arshad Warsi), but events take a supernatural turn after the ghost of goddess Durga seemingly takes over Chanchal’s body — with vengeance on her mind and an agenda of her own. A remake of writer-director G. Ashok’s 2018 Telugu-language film Bhaagamathie.

Akshay Kumar is among the producers.

Durgamati, Chhalaang, Coolie No. 1 Part of Amazon Prime Video’s New Indian Film Slate

The Prom

When: December 11
Where: Netflix

Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Keegan-Michael Key, Andrew Rannells, Ariana DeBose, and Kerry Washington lead the ensemble cast of prolific television producer Ryan Murphy’s next movie, that is based on the 2018 Broadway musical of the same name. In it, two Broadway stars (Streep and Corden) attempt to infuse life into their careers by helping a female high school student go to the prom with her girlfriend.


When: December 11
Where: Netflix

In a plot no one could have seen coming, Sanjay Dutt will use cricket to save Afghani children from becoming suicide bombers in this drama directed by Girish Malik (2013’s Jal) that was filmed in Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan. If the cringey over-the-top trailer is anything to go by, Torbaaz looks destined to sink like so many Netflix Indian films have done so in 2020. Nargis Fakhri, Rahul Dev, Gavie Chahal, Pransh Chopra, and Rahul Mittra are along for the ride.


When: December 11
Where: Apple TV+

Judging by early reviews, Apple seems to have a serious shot at an Oscar nomination for best animated picture with this thematic trilogy-concluding chapter — after The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea, part of the so-called Irish folklore trilogy — from Irish filmmaker Tomm Moore. In Wolfwalkers, a young female hunter befriends a wildling girl whose tribe is rumoured to transform into wolves after dark.


When: December 15
Where: Blu-ray, digital outside India

Christopher Nolan’s latest film arrives in Indian cinemas on December 4, but if you’re not comfortable stepping into an indoor AC environment with strangers — understandably — or Tenet is not playing in theatres near you, then your next best option is this. Tenet will be available on Blu-ray and digital platforms (the likes of iTunes and Google Play) outside India, and though it’s a pricier way to watch the film, you can’t put a value on not contracting COVID.

In the interest of not spoiling anything, I’m not going to talk about the premise—who am I kidding, the trailers don’t tell us anything. Except that Tenet involves time inversion, and that our protagonist, played by John David Washington, is tasked with saving the world. And oh, Bollywood veteran Dimple Kapadia has a role to play in the proceedings too.

Watch the Final Trailer for Tenet

The Expanse

When: December 16
Where: Amazon Prime Video

The sci-fi series that gets the science right returns for its fifth and penultimate season — The Expanse was recently renewed for a sixth and final season, minus one cast member who’s been fired over sexual misconduct — which finds the Belters vowing vengeance for the centuries of exploitation they have had to endure, at the hands of “the inners”: those who live on Earth and Mars. Meanwhile, a Solar System exodus begins as people look for new homes beyond the Ring.

Three episodes at launch, one episode weekly thereafter until February 3, 2021.

The Stand

When: December 18
Where: Voot Select

Stephen King has penned a new ending for the second adaptation of his 1978 apocalyptic novel that takes place during an influenza pandemic — coincidental, as the series was conceptualised and completed filming prior to COVID-19 — and centers on one of the only surviving groups, as they go up against the Dark Man (Alexander Skarsgård), with a “lethal smile and unspeakable powers.” James Marsden, Amber Heard, Greg Kinnear, Whoopi Goldberg, and Ezra Miller co-star.

Josh Boone (The New Mutants, The Fault in Our Stars) is a co-creator, and has written and directed multiple episodes of nine-episode The Stand miniseries. One episode weekly until February 11, 2021.

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

When: December 18
Where: Netflix

Chadwick Boseman’s final posthumous performance comes as a trumpeter in late 1920s Chicago, a time when white managers and producers reigned over black recording artists, even those as famous as the Mother of the Blues Ma Rainey (Viola Davis). Based on August Wilson’s 1982 play of the same name, the film explores issues of race and art over the course of a single afternoon, as tempers rise inside a recording studio.

The Midnight Sky

When: December 23
Where: Netflix

George Clooney directs and stars in this sci-fi film that’s being described as some by Gravity meets The Revenant. Those comparisons are somewhat reinforced by the fact that The Revenant co-writer Mark L. Smith wrote The Midnight Sky. Based on Lily Brooks-Dalton’s “Good Morning, Midnight”, it follows a lonely scientist (Clooney) as he must trek across the Arctic in an attempt to stop astronauts (Felicity Jones among them) from returning to Earth, which is in the grip of a mysterious global catastrophe. No, it’s not COVID-19.


When: December 25
Where: Netflix

What would Gossip Girl look like if it took place in Downton Abbey? Well, Shonda Rhimes is about to tell us with her first Netflix series. Set in London in the 1810s and based on Julia Quinn’s novel series, Bridgerton follows the aristocratic, elite, and wealthy whose lives are punctured by a Lady Whistledown, who promises to “share every last detail” of the scandals she uncovers. This is early 19th century after all, and without the Internet, you’ve to understand that people are lacking in entertainment. Chris Van Dusen (Scandal) is the creator and showrunner.

Coolie No. 1

When: December 25
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Twenty-five years afer the original, director David Dhawan is remaking his own film — which was itself a remake of the Tamil-language film Chinna Mapillai — with his son Varun Dhawan taking over from Govinda, and Sara Ali Khan filling in for her step-aunt Karisma Kapoor in the lead. It’s the classic working-class guy wants to marry a rich woman plot, except it’s treated as a comedy with the porter pretending to be a rich man himself.

Durgamati, Chhalaang, Coolie No. 1 Part of Amazon Prime Video’s New Indian Film Slate


When: December 25
Where: Disney+ Hotstar

Pixar’s newest movie takes place in the chronological opposite of Heaven (known here as The Great Beyond). No, not Hell — but the place before life begins. It’s called The Great Before, and it’s where souls get their personalities before they inhabit bodies down on Earth. Hence, “Soul.” The film follows a middle-school music teacher who inadvertently ends up in The Great Before, and then sets out on an impossible journey to return to his body before a big career opportunity passes him by.

Originally meant for theatres, but thanks to COVID-19, Soul is now going straight to Disney+ Hotstar. Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, Angela Bassett are part of the Soul voice cast, with the duo of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross composing the score.

Wonder Woman 1984

When: December 25
Where: HBO Max

The Gal Gadot-led Wonder Woman sequel will be available in Indian cinemas on Christmas too, but if you don’t feel comfortable going to a theatre, but are willing to put up with a VPN and a pricey HBO Max subscription — really, I’m talking about myself here — then the next major DC superhero movie is coming straight to your home.

Expectations are riding high, given the original Wonder Woman was — and remains — DC’s best effort to date. As the title says, the sequel takes place during the Cold War era, and finds Wonder Woman confronting Cheetah (Kristen Wiig), Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal), and her former lover Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). Patty Jenkins returns as director.

Watch the Wonder Woman 1984 Trailer in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu

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