The weekend is here, and no, it’s not a long one like the previous week. Given the chilly weather, cosying up on the couch with something captivating and entertaining to watch seems like a good idea, right?
So, go grab a mug of hot coca, wrap a blanket around you, and settle down to watch these recently released movies and series on OTT platforms.
Movies To Watch On OTT
Khufiya is a Netflix spy thriller by Vishal Bhardwaj revolving around intimate details and secrets about the lives of three charming women and a canny man in the backdrop of the post-Kargil War. The movie is loosely based on retired R&AW man Amar Bhushan’s novel Escape to Nowhere. It narrates the story of seasoned spy Krishna Mehra (Tabu), who is assigned to track down a mole who is selling defence secrets while managing her dual identity as a spy and a lover.
Where To Watch: Netflix
OMG2 is a satirical comedy-drama telling the story of Kanti Sharan Mudgal (Pankaj Tripathi), an ardent devotee of Shiva, a regular family man. One day, his son is expelled from school for misconduct. Kanti decides to leave town, knowing that his son is misinformed. However, a divine intervention (Akshay Kumar) stops him, after which he decides to stay and fight back. Directed by Amit Rai, the film is a sequel to 2012’s OMG.
Where to Watch: Netflix
Mumbai Diaries 2
The second season of one of the most loved web series, Mumbai Diaries 2 is set during the devastating Mumbai floods of 2009. The series brings back Konkana Sen Sharma and Mohit Raina, among others. All eight episodes of the series, directed by Nikkhil Advani, feature the frenzy of events of one fateful day. As the rain and flood continue to create havoc in the city, the hospital turns into a madhouse.
Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video
Miss Shetty, Mr. Polishetty
Miss Shetty, Mr. Polishetty narrates the story of Anvitha (Anushka Shetty), an NRI MasterChef who wants to remain single forever but wants to become a mother. Her hunt for a sperm donor introduces her to Siddhu (Naveen Polishetty). While the latter falls in love with her, the former doesn’t believe in relationships or marriage. The romantic comedy is directed by Mahesh Babu. The film is Anushka Shetty’s much-awaited comeback to the film industry.
Where To Watch: Netflix
Loki (Season 2)
If you’re looking for something Hollywood, then Loki Season 2 is your pick for the weekend. Season 2 of Loki revolves around the God of Mischief's time slipping into the future, where he has a brief encounter with Sylvie before he is cut off by someone else. Mobius pulls Loki from the time stream, and the duo sets out to find Sylvie while TVA hunters are ordered by General Dox to hunt her.
Where To Watch: Disney+ Hotstar
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