6 new movies and shows to binge-watch this festive weekend on Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and more
It’s the festive weekend and there’s no doubt we’re all in the mood for some fun. With OTT platforms like Netflix, ZEE5, Amazon Prime Video, and many more releasing new movies and shows, here’s our pick that will stay busy before we get into the Monday blues.
6 new shows and movies released on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and more this festive weekend you can’t miss
1. THE WEDDING GUEST – NETFLIX
From Dev Patel, The wedding guest revolves around an armed man hired to kidnap a future bride before her big day. Radhika Apte plays the bride in this film.
2. TRY DESTINY – SONY LIV
Directed by Prashant Nair, the anthology film has four different stories highlighting the human need to constantly pursue something or the other in life. The series stars Jaideep Ahlawat, Vineet Kumar Singh, Palomi Ghosh, Kani Kusruti, Ashish Vidyarthi, Amit Sial, Ishwak Singh, Lilette Dubey, Victor Banerjee, Geetanjali Thapa and Suhasini Maniratnam.
3. JAI BHIM – AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
Release in several languages, Jai Bhim Starring Suriya in the lead role, the film is about a lawyer and his fight for the tribes and their civil rights.
4. MEENAKSHI SUNDARESHWAR – NETFLIX
One of the most anticipated releases this week is that of Sanya Malhotra Meenakshi Sundareshwar. The story revolves around newly married Meenakshi and Sundareshwar, who end up in a long distance marriage due to a job prospect the latter gets in Bangalore. What begins with two who keep in touch via video calls, quickly turns into a series of insecurities and misunderstandings, which form the premise of the story.
5. THE ELECTRIC LIFE OF LOUIS WAIN – AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
Directed by director Will Sharpe, the biographical drama highlights English artist Louis Wain and his most surreal cat paintings that made him famous around the world. The film stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Claire Foy, Emily Richardson, Andrea Riseborough and Toby Jone.
6. AKKAD BAKKAD RAFU CHAKKAR – AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
Two friends Bhargav and Siddhant, after reading countless reports about the bank scams that have taken place in the country and that a total of seventy-one thousand five hundred crore have been swindled, think of a plan to open the first fake bank of india. Get people to deposit money and then leave the country with the money. But will they succeed?