Here is a curated list of the films:
Last Updated: 02.28 AM, Nov 25, 2022
OTT audiences are witnessing a barrage of content including outstanding movies on multiple platforms including international such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Apple+ and our homegrown ones like Zee5, Sony LIV, Voot and more.
Even new theatrically released films premiere on digital platforms within a couple of months and sometimes within a few weeks.
Meanwhile, here is a curated list of movies that ought to be streamed in the month of November on some of the major OTT platforms:
Chup: Revenge of the Artist (ZEE5)
A psychopath goes on a spree to kill Mumbai's film critic, while Inspector Arvind Mathur gets to deal with the case and find out the killer as well as his motive. Will he succeed?
Kantara (Amazon Prime Video)
Kantara is a visually stunning film that vividly depicts the traditional cultures of Kambla and Bhootha Kola. It is set in a fictional village in Dakshina Kannada, where people believe that Demigods are their guardians.
Meet Cute (SonyLIV)
The Deepali Ghanta directorial is produced by the famous actor Nani and features five heart-warming tales of people meeting by chance in their lives.
Enola Holmes 2 (Netflix)
The detective movie talks about the young and talented sibling of the famous Sherlock Holmes. Like her brother, Enola also chooses her passion for investigation as her career. Meanwhile, in the latest part of the film, the Holmes sister tries to uncover a huge truth behind a national conspiracy amid finding her mother.
Brahmastra (Disney+ Hotstar)
The Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor starrer was released in September 2022 and proved itself to be a blockbuster with the audience's love and support as well as the box office numbers. The fantasy drama movie is finally out to stream online for fans across the world.
Minions: The Rise of Gru (Amazon Prime Video)
After failing the interview of a great supervillain group, the young Gru goes on to join the former leader of the same gang with his Minions. Minions: The Rise of Gru talks about one of the most important childhood stories of the protagonist and his mates.