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Best Bollywood OTT movies to binge-watch right now

If you’re looking to elevate your experience with oodles of entertainment and some Indian masterpieces, we’ve curated a list of the best Bollywood OTT movies that you must stream right now!

Best Bollywood OTT movies to binge-watch right now
Best Bollywood movies that shines on OTT: Amar Singh Chamkila to Dil Bechara

Last Updated: 07.21 PM, May 26, 2024


The OTT culture and the advent of different streaming platforms have triggered a wave of content creation for digital consumers. The growing trend of consuming entertainment through streaming platforms such as Netflix, Prime Video, Hotstar, and many others are influencing major filmmakers to make the shift. Today, many Bollywood filmmakers are choosing to deliver content directly via the digital medium rather than opting for the traditional theatrical releases. If you’re looking to elevate your experience with oodles of entertainment and some Indian masterpieces, we’ve curated a list of the best Bollywood OTT movies that you must stream right now!

Best Bollywood movies that shined on OTT

Dil Bechara


Based on The Fault in Our Stars novel, the plot revolves around the tragic romance of two terminal cancer patients as they fight against the odds and their fates. This poignant tale of emotions weaves a story that remains etched into your memory for a long time. It also remains special as it is the last movie of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput and was lauded for his acting chops.

  • Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi

  • IMDb rating: 8.3

  • Where to watch: Disney+ Hotstar

Amar Singh Chamkila

Diljit Dosanjh’s Amar Singh Chamkila roared at its digital premiere as it emerged as one of the fan favourites for its delightful narrative, impeccable performances, and soulful songs. The plot of this biographical drama film revolves around the titular singer, who changed the traditional dynamics with his revolutionary lyrics and songs.

  • Cast: Diljit Dosanjh, Parineeti Chopra

  • IMDb rating: 8.2

  • Where to watch: Netflix


A family entertainer film enriched with comedy and drama that also helped Kriti Sanon win her first National Award as she shined in the titular role. The plot revolves around a stage dancer who accepts the offer of a foreign couple to carry their child via surrogacy for money. However, things take a surprising turn when the couple goes back on their word. Watch Mimi’s inspiring tale of motherhood and personal crisis as she fights the odds for her baby.

  • Cast: Kriti Sanon, Pankaj Tripathi

  • IMDb rating: 7.8

  • Where to watch: JioCinema, Netflix

Kho Gaye Hum Kahan

Set in Mumbai, the movie tells the story of Ahana, Neil, and Imaad, three best friends in their 20s, as they navigate their complex relationships, dating, and careers in the digital age. The movie garnered critical acclaim from cinephiles as it delves into the social media age, where youngsters are grappling with identity crisis amid constant comparison and peer pressure. The realistic themes of casual dating and self-discovery made it an instant hit among film critics and fans. Ananya Panday’s acting chops also amazed everyone, as she portrays a troubled young girl, juggling her breakup and career.

  • Cast: Siddhant Chaturvedi, Ananya Panday, and Adarsh Gourav

  • IMDb rating: 7.4

  • Where to watch: Netflix

The Vaccine War

Based on the book "Going Viral", The Vaccine War traces the development of Covaxin during the COVID-19 pandemic in India. It sheds light on the revolutionary work of research scientists and medical professionals to assist in the creation of the vaccine for saving lives. The movie might have received mixed reactions, but it strives to portray a realistic image of the dreary situation amid the glimmer of hope as families wait anxiously for the miracle portion.

  • Cast: Nana Patekar, Pallavi Joshi, Raima Sen, Anupam Kher

  • IMDb rating: 7.2

  • Where to watch: Disney+ Hotstar

Jaane Jaan

If you’re looking for a mystery thriller with complex characters and a riveting storyline, then Jaane Jaan won’t disappoint you. It traces the story of a single mother and her daughter as they are unexpectedly trapped in a murder mystery. With several twists and turns, the movie switches between past and present timelines to keep the viewers engaged with the storyline.  Whether it’s the thrilling cat-and-mouse chase or the phenomenal performances, Jaane Jaan offers a wild ride of entertainment.

  • IMDb rating: 7

  • Cast: Kareena Kapoor Khan, Jaideep Ahlawat, and Vijay Varma

  • Where to watch: Netflix

Haseen Dillruba

A blend of romance and thriller, Haseen Dillruba offers a mixture of great themes and performances with a twist that unfolds impressively over the course of the multilinear timeline. Whether it is the sweet arranged marriage romance, the passionate illicit affair, or the police investigation – This movie has it all! Currently, Netflix is gearing up for its sequel, which will soon premiere on the platform.

  • Cast: Taapsee Pannu, Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane

  • IMDb rating: 6.9

  • Where to watch: Netflix

Shakuntala Devi

This inspiring biographical drama film revolves around the titular character and her successful journey. It traces the life of Shakuntala Devi, who established herself as a renowned mathematician with brilliant calculating skills, for which she acquired the nickname of a human calculator. From her early childhood days to the motivational journey in a foreign nation, the movie showcases how Shakuntla Devi became a math whiz, making her nation proud!

  • Cast: Vidya Balan, Sanya Malhotra, Amit Sadh

  • IMDb rating: 6.1

  • Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video
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