This week's thrilling slate of new releases includes romantic dramas, survival thrillers and more.
It's time for your weekly update on the newest OTT releases and we bring you an ideal selection of films for you to enjoy this weekend. From the heartfelt drama Good Grief to Mrunal Thakur and Telugu star Nani's Hi Nanna, let's take a look at the films that should be on your weekend watch.
|Nani, Mrunal Thakur
|Daniel Levy, Ruth Negga, Himesh Patel, Luke Evans, Celia Imrie, Arnaud Valois
|Meg 2: The Trench
|Jason Statham, Shuya Sophia Cai, Page Kennedy
|Saoirse Ronan, Paul Mescal, Aaron Pierre, Jordan Chodziesner
Hi Nanna on Netflix
Professional photographer Viraj (Nani) is raising his 6-year-old daughter Mahi alone as a single dad. Mahi is interested in learning more about her mother and asks her father questions about her often, but he remains silent. Viraj is forced to reveal to the little child her mother's narrative after Varsha (Mrunal Thakur) saves Mahi from a car accident when she leaves her house without permission. The story takes an emotional turn as Varsha starts to fall for Viraj.
Good Grief on Netflix
In this touching drama, Daniel Levy plays Marc, who must negotiate the turmoil caused by his flamboyant husband Oliver's unexpected death. Marc embarks on a life-changing voyage of self-discovery in Paris with his best friends Sophie and Thomas as a result of this horrific event. Dan Levy directed, wrote, and produced the movie, which marks his first foray into feature filmmaking.
Meg 2: The Trench on Jio Cinema
Following the success of The Meg (2018), Jason Statham makes a comeback in the follow-up film in which he plays rescue diver Jonas Taylor, who assists a team of researchers in overcoming multiple obstacles in the ocean's depths. Can he save them all?
Foe on Prime Video
Garth Davis is the director of the science-fiction psychological thriller Foe. It tells a gripping story about a married couple whose lives are drastically changed when a stranger moves in. This person delivers the message that the husband will be sent to a major space station, leaving his wife with a robot. Paul Mescal, Aaron Pierre, and Saoirse Ronan play important parts in the film, which is based on Iain Reid's book of the same name.