A hectic week later, we always love some much-needed weekend breaks. But with the pandemic still raging on- weekend plans and getaways are not precisely what you might be looking for. However, that doesn’t mean you still can’t enjoy it because we have put together a list of 8 movies and shows that will give you the opportunity to cozy up on these lazy days and enjoy them. From Netflix’s German production Blood Red Sky to one of the most awaited sequels- Priyadarshan’s Hungama 2, there are many. Check out all the exciting new titles from the most popular streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Zee5, and more!
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14 Phere on ZEE5
Starring Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda in lead roles, this social drama and comedy is directed by Devanshu Kumar and produced by ZEE5. The trailer has already garnered a lot of positive attention. This funny, relatable and sentimental love story is sure to be a great addition to your weekend plans.
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Chutzpah on Sony LIV
Portraying the lives of a group of youngsters consumed by the new age internet, this web series puts the dark side of online media under the spotlight. Sony LIV’s new entertaining and awareness-spreading show stars Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh, Gautam Mehra, Tanya Maniktala, Elnaaz Norouzi, Kshitij Chauhan, and many others. It’s been a while since people have seen Varun and Manjot together on screen since Fukrey, which makes this show an intriguing watch.
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Netflix’s Blood Red Sky
This German horror and thriller tell the story of a mysteriously ill woman called Nadja who harbours a monstrous secret. But what happens when a group of terrorists hijack a transatlantic flight overnight? What lengths will Nadja go to protect her ten-year-old son? The Netflix original Blood Red Sky has all your answers.
Hostel Daze Season 2 on Amazon Prime Video
TVF is back again with another engineering drama but the much anticipated season of Hostel Daze, which portrays Ankit, Jhatu, Jat and Chirag as seniors this time. This series starring Adarsh Gourav, Shubham Gaur, Nikhil Vijay, Luv Vispute, Ahsaas Channa, Ayushi Gupta and Nikhil Vijay is woven with a slice of life genre that sheds light on friendships, the age-old struggles of adulting, romance and of course, what it feels like and means to be young and in college.
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Jolt, Amazon Prime Video
This upcoming action comedy movie directed by Tanya Wexler revolves around a bouncer with severe anger management problems, which she controls with the help of an electrode-lined vest, using it to shock herself to normalcy every time she feels homicidal. This, however, spirals out of control when the first guy she has ever fallen in love with is murdered, and she goes on a bloodthirsty rampage to seek revenge, all the while being the main suspect in the investigation. It is a dark action-thriller, and the slightly bizarre storyline has caught our attention.
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Feels Like Ishq- Netflix
Netflix has a good reputation for producing engaging anthology series. The latest one- Feels Like Ishq, strings together six stories of young adults as they go through many emotions that barge in with seeking romance where they didn’t expect it. The official trailer has convinced us that it is a feel-good and worthy watch.
Hungama 2 on Disney+Hotstar
This has to be the most anticipated pick on the list. Director Priyadarshan comes back with the sequel to his popular 2003 comedy Hungama. It features Shilpa Shetty, Meezan Jafri, Paresh Rawal and Pranitha Subash. This romantic comedy revolves around Meezan’s character, who is in a bind trying to prove that he is not the father of his college girlfriend’s child. The much-awaited sequel, airing after almost two decades from the first film, is sure to be a hilarious comedy and light-hearted addition to your list.
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Masters of The Universe- Netflix
The popular media franchise known as the He-Man was a show produced in 1981. It returns after 35 years for a showdown between He-Man, the most powerful man in the universe and the antagonist Skeletor to save Eternia. The war has started again, and He-Man is sure to save the day and successfully protect the Castle of Grayskull. This series also answers all the questions that aroused curiosity in the 1993 show but left it unaddressed.