Here's a list of new Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada movies that have arrived on the OTT platforms this week.
Last Updated: 11.53 AM, Mar 03, 2023
A slew of new arrivals has arrived on streaming platforms this week. It could be a tad overwhelming to decide on what to watch this weekend. Here's a list of movie suggestions that could help you in planning your weekend watchlist.
This film became a subject of a lot of discussion and memes after it was released in cinemas last year. It marked the acting debut of Saravanan Arul, who is the owner of the famous shopping chain, The New Legend Saravana Stores. Written and directed by J. D.–Jerry, the film is unintentionally funny. And it seems a good choice to veg out after a long week. It also stars Urvashi Rautela, Geethika Tiwary and late comedy icon Vivek in the supporting roles.
The Legend is streaming on Disney+Hostar.
This police procedural drama is the directorial debut of Rohit M.G. Krishnan. It stars Joju George in a double role. Although the film has received mixed reviews from critics, Joju's performance and unanimously appreciated climax are said to make this film worthy of our time. If you are in the mood for some slow-burning suspense drama, this film may serve you well.
Iratta is streaming on Netflix.
Anikha Surendran, who charmed us with her performance as Ajith Kumar's daughter in movies such as Yennai Arindhaal and Viswasam, has graduated to play the female lead. Butta Bomma is the Telugu remake of the Malayalam hit Kappela. The movie tells the tale of a small-town girl, who falls into the trap of human trafficking.
Butta Bomma is streaming on Netflix.
This drama is directed by Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan of Lens fame. The film garnered positive reviews from critics. It's said to be the story of a son's struggle to save his comatose father. It stars Samuthirakani, Kathir and Vasundhara in the lead roles.
Thalaikoothal is streaming on Netflix.
Made in Bengaluru:
Touted as a love letter to the city of Bengaluru, the film is written and directed by newcomer Pradeep Sastry. Set against Bengaluru's vibrant startup culture, the film follows the efforts of a young man to find an investor for his business idea. Billed as a light-hearted comedy, the film stars Anant Nag, Prakash Belawadi and Sai Kumar in the lead roles.
Made in Bengaluru is streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
The Great Indian Kitchen:
It is the Tamil remake of director Jeo Baby's pathbreaking Malayalam film of the same name. The original film was first released on a relatively new streaming platform Neestream in 2021. Thanks to amazing word of mouth, the film made quite an impact across the country. The Tamil remake is helmed by R. Kannan and it stars Aishwarya Rajesh and Rahul Ravindran in the lead roles.
The Great Indian Kitchen is streaming on Zee5.