New OTT shows & movies to add to your watch-list this weekend | Editorji
  1. home
  2. > bollywood
  3. > New OTT shows & movies to add to your watch-list this weekend
prev iconnext button of playermute button of playermaximize icon
mute icontap to unmute
video play icon
prev iconplay paus iconnext iconmute iconmaximize icon
close_white icon

New OTT shows & movies to add to your watch-list this weekend

Apr 15, 2021 16:36 IST | By Editorji News Desk

Here's a look at the upcoming shows and movies releasing on OTT platforms that you can binge on this weekend. You can count on Netflix, Amazon Prime, ZEE5 and digital platforms to keep the entertainment quotient up during the Covid induced curfew or lockdown

Ajeeb Daastaans| Netflix
Netflix's anthology 'Ajeeb Daastaans' tells four different stories as it explores themes like jealousy, entitlement, prejudices and toxicity. The Karan Johar-produced Netflix Original boasts of a huge ensemble cast that includes Fatima Sana Shaikh, Jaideep Ahlawat, Nushrat Bharucha, Konkona Sen Sharma, Aditi Rao Hydari among others.

Raat Baaki Hai | ZEE5
Set in Rajasthan, 'Raat Baaki Hai' follows the tale of two estranged lovers who run into each other after 12 years, and soon unimaginable chaos ensues. The ZEE5 movie features Paoli Dam, along with Anup Soni and Rahul Dev in lead roles.

Dad stop embarrassing me | Netflix
Jamie Foxx takes the lead in this Netflix family comedy series titled 'Dad stop embarrassing me!'. Foxx plays a successful businessman who turns a full-time father to his teenage daughter. But in a world dominated by TikTok trends and Tinder dates, he needs all the help he can get to build a loving relationship with the teenager.  

My Love: Six Stories of True Love | Netflix
'My Love: Six Stories of True Love' is a heart-warming Netflix documentary. The series follows a group of local filmmakers from six countries around the world trailing an elderly couple who have been together for over 43 years. The filmmakers quiz them about the life they’ve built together and the secrets of their long-lasting love.

The Priest | Amazon Prime Video
'The Priest' starring Mammootty, Manju Warrier and Nikhila Vimal is touted to be a horror suspense drama. The Amazon Prime Video's film follows the story of a priest and a police officer who are trying to solve a series of mysterious suicides.