Here is a curated list of the movies that can be streamed on major OTT platforms.
OTT platforms are seeing immense heights day by day from all over the world. Either it’s the International platforms such as Netflix, Apple+ or the homegrown ones like ZEE5 and AltBalaji, the massive movie libraries in each of the streamers offer a barrage of content that has been recently released to watch in the month of October.
From Jayasurya’s Sunny on Amazon Prime Video to Radhika Madan and Sunny Kaushal’s romantic-drama film Shiddat and hit Telugu film Maestro on Disney+ Hotstar to Tovino Thomas-Aishwarya Lekshmi starrer Kaanekkaane on SonyLIV, each night can be a cosy date night for the digital audience.
Here is a curated list of the movies that can be streamed this month on major OTT platforms. Take your pick:
Shiddhat (Disney+ Hotstar)
The Radhika Madan and Sunny Kaushal starrer film revolves around a young couple, where the hero leaves no stones unturned to reach the love of his life. The Kunal Deshmukh directorial also stars Mohit Raina and Diana Penty in pivotal roles.
Sunny (Amazon Prime Video)
Stuck in the middle of the global pandemic alone in a foreign country, Sunny finds himself losing everything that he earned till now including his love, his money and his best friend. The Malayalam-language musical drama stars Jayasurya in the titular character with Shritha Sivadas and Mamta Mohandas in pivotal roles.
Bell Bottom (Amazon Prime)
In the thriller, Akshay Kumar plays an undercover agent with the code name ‘Bell Bottom’, who is tasked with the dual mission of saving passengers from a flight hijacked by terrorists and also ensuring that it doesn’t tarnish the country’s political stance.
The Kangana Ranaut-starrer follows the journey of the late actress and former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, chronicling the trials and tribulations she has had to face in her celebrated life.
Tuck Jagadish (Amazon Prime)
Jagadish, the youngest son of a family returns to his father’s village, which has been torn apart due to battles between the families over ancestral land. How Jagadish rises up to save his family and the village is the plot of the Nani and Ritu Varma-starrer.
Tughlaq Durbar (Netflix)
Vijay Sethupathi stars as an aspiring politician, who gradually wins the trust of a local politician using smart tactics and grows leaps and bounds in no time. However, a series of unexpected situations force him to lock horns with the latter.
Twenty Something (Disney+ Hotstar)
The eight-minute short film revolves around a girl, who goes out to celebrate her 21st birthday. However, she soon finds that she’s terrified to begin the adult phase of her life in the movie, which has Aliyah Taylor playing the protagonist Gia.
Maestro (Disney+ Hotstar)
The Telugu remake of Ayushmann Khurrana’s Andhadhun has Nithiin playing a blind pianist, whose life turns topsy turvy after he finds himself at a crime scene. The movie also has Tamannaah and Nabha Natesh.
The Malayalam family drama-thriller, starring Suraj Venjaramoodu, Tovino Thomas and Aishwarya Lekshmi, revolves around a father who isn’t willing to let go of his daughter even after she passes away. As he begins digging into her past, he unravels truths that shatter the lives of those near and dear.