From Bhumi Pednekar starrer Bhakshak to the horror film The Nun II, there are massive releases across genres this week.
From Bhumi Pednekar's Bhakshak, a crime thriller based on true events to the much-awaited DC’s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, this week's OTT releases are a perfect blend of crime thrillers, horror, massey entertainers, and more. We have picked the best ones for you so let's take a look at them:
Bhakshak on Netflix
The story of Bhumi Pednekar starrer Bhakshak is based on true events and is set in rural Bihar. It centers on the prevalence of crimes against women in the region. A fictitious account of the alleged sexual assault of young girls that occurred at a shelter home is presented in the film.
Why you should watch it: This OTT release should undoubtedly be on your list because the movie's plot sounds intriguing.
The Nun II on Jio Cinema
One of the most-awaited films that is releasing on the OTT platform this week is The Nun II. The story of the film is set years after the occurrences of the first film. It revolves around Sister Irene who is set to face Valak, the Nun at a boarding school in France.
Why you should watch it: If films that scare you and gives you chills and take away your sleep then this must be on your watch list.
Captain Miller on Netflix
Set in 1930s and 1940s British India, the plot of Captain Miller starring Dhanush centers on a former soldier in the British Army who chooses to rebel and prevent the British Army from destroying his village.
Why you should watch it: Fans of Dhanush shouldn't miss watching this film on OTT for its intriguing plot.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom on BookMyShow
Years after the events of the 2018 release Aquaman, Jason Momoa aka Arthur Curry/Aquaman is forced to fight Yahya Abdul-Mateen II's character David Kane/Black Manta yet again. To take revenge for his father's death, Manta cursed Black Trident and became more powerful and angry than before. Aquaman will now have to seek help from his brother Orm (Patrick Wilson) who is imprisoned.
Why you should watch it: If you are a fan of the Aquaman series then there is no chance you want to miss this one. Get ready for an intriguing story and amazing performances.
Guntur Kaaram on Netflix
The protagonist of the story is Guntur Karam (Mahesh Babu), the ruler of Guntur City's underworld. Despite his naturally boisterous temperament, he undergoes a sea change when he falls in love with a journalist covering the illicit activities taking place in the city. The film also stars Mahesh Babu, Pooja Hegde, and Sree Leela.
Why you should watch it: If you are a fan of massy masala entertainers, this one needs to be on your watch list this weekend.