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OTT gems to add to your Valentine's Day warmth

Feb 13, 2021 17:16 IST

This Valentine's day, if you choose to stay in with your bae for a romantic evening,  you might want to catch up on some heartwarming tales of love on different OTT platforms. Spoilt for choices? We got you covered. Here is a list of  few fresh movies and series you binge on. So, what are you watching this Valentine's Day weekend?

'To All the Boys: Always and Forever' | Netflix

First up, is 'To All the Boys: Always and Forever' featuring Noah Centineo and Lana Condor in the lead. The final film in the romantic franchise, 'To All the Boys', is streaming on Netflix. Based on Jenny Han's bestselling trilogy, the final part shows Condor's character Lara Jean preparing for the end of high school following her romantic entanglements.

'Life in A Year'| Amazon Prime Video
Grab a box of tissue paper before you watch this Amazon Prime Video's romantic story 'Life in A Year'. Starring Cara Delevingne, Cuba Gooding Jr., and Nia Long in the lead, the film follows the story of 17-year-old Daryn who finds out that his girlfriend is dying. He sets out to give her an entire lifetime's joy in her remaining days. 

The Map of Tiny Perfect Things | Amazon Prime Video

And if you love science-fiction rom-com, Amazon Prime Video's 'The Map of Tiny Perfect Things' is just the right choice for you. The film follows the story of two teens who are stuck in an endless loop and fall in love with each other. It stars Kyle Allen and Kathryn Newton in the lead. 

The Big Day| Netflix
The series show six engaged couples plan their weddings. The series will take a deep dive into the multibillion-dollar wedding industry and give the audience a chance to be a part of the most unique and lavish modern weddings. The series also promises all the revelry, dance and emotions, while taking a look at India's multibillion-dollar wedding industry.

Namaste Wahala |Netflix
The Indo-Nigerian film is about interracial romance fileld with humorous and heart-wrenching hiccups. Starring Ruslaan Mumtaz and Nigerian actor Ini Dima-Okojie in lead roles, the Netflix film follows the story of the duo who fall in love at first sight unaware of the daunting task of impressing each other's parents that awaited them. How the lovers overcome the barriers of race and prove the universality of love is the crux of the story.