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What’s new on Disney+ Hotstar? Latest OTT web series, TV shows and movies to watch on Disney+ Hotstar

Here’s the list of the latest and upcoming OTT web series and movies on Disney+ Hotstar

  • Sanjith Sidhardhan

Last Updated: 03.03 AM, Aug 10, 2022

What’s new on Disney+ Hotstar? Latest OTT web series, TV shows and movies to watch on Disney+ Hotstar
What's new on Disney+ Hotstar

With Disney+ Hotstar being home to some of the biggest franchises including Star Wars, Marvel Cinematic Universe and Walt Disney’s own animated content, users are never going to run out of content to stream. With a plethora of regional languages and Hindi content now lining up for direct-to-OTT releases, the platform seems to have all bases covered, catering to users across age groups and languages. With the streaming service offering original content as well as a rich library of titles from Walt Disney Studios, Pixar and National Geographic, it’s hard to keep track of the new releases every week. OTTplay does that job for you. Here are the latest releases on Disney+ Hotstar:

House of the Dragon

Set two centuries before the events of Game of Thrones, the prequel series focuses on the "beginning of the end" of House Targaryen as its members engage in a power struggle. The series has Paddy Considine, Emma D'Arcy, Matt Smith and Olivia Cooke.

Release date: Aug 22

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

After Jennifer Walters, a lawyer specialising in cases with superhumans, accidentally comes in contact with her cousin Bruce Banner's blood, she turns into a green superhero - She-Hulk. How she navigates life with her set of unwelcome superpowers form the plot of the nine-episode webseries, also starring Mark Ruffalo and Benedict Wong.

Release date: Aug 17

The Warriorr

MBBS graduate Satya arrives at a new place to intern at a leading hospital. His life however gets entangled with that of a local goon, who is on a killing spree. How Satya retaliates form the plot of this commercial entertainer starring Ram Pothineni and Krithi Shetty.

Release date: Aug 11


Amala Pauly plays Dr Bhadra, the chief police surgeon in Tamil Nadu, who uses her skills to solve various cases. Based on true incidents, the Tamil investigative thriller is directed by Anoop Panicker and co-scripted by Abhilash Pillai, who had earlier written Night Drive and Pathaam Valavu.

Release date: Aug 12

LEGO Star Wars: Summer Vacation

Finn quickly puts together a plan for a surprise vacation for Rey, Poe, Chewie and C3-PO, but it falls apart just as easily. The spirits of Obi-Wan, Anakin and Leia then join in to share their vacation tales. 

Release date: August 5

Not Okay

The black-comedy, which has Zoey Deutch in the lead, revolves around a young woman, who wants to be famous, posing as a survivor of a tragedy. Her newfound fame, however, comes at a heavy price. 

Release date: July 29


The standalone movie, featuring Chris Evans as Toy Story's Buzz Lightyear, follows the space ranger as he embarks on an interstellar journey with motley crew of astronauts who must learn to work together to avoid being killed by Zurg and his robot army.

Release date: August 3

Big Mouth

This K-drama, which has Lee Jong-suk and Im Yoon-ah, revolves around a struggling lawyer who gets entangled in a murder case. To find his way out and protect his family, he must uncover a conpiracy involving the elite of Korea. 

Release date: July 29


After taking over her father’s photocopy shop, a young woman (Nithya Menen) finds her life limited to the banal routines. This is interrupted when a human rights activist and writer (Vijay Sethupathi) delivers an explosive manuscript to keep in her charge.

Release date: July 29


Twin brothers Ha Woo-Shin, an acclaimed novelist, and Song Soo-Hyan, a prosecutor, must come together after learning that their birth father was framed 22 years ago for killing their step-father. Can they reveal the truth before it's too late?

Release date: July 27

In the Soop - Friendcation

The K-drama, starring Peakboy, Park Seo-joon, Park Hyung-shik, Choi Woo-shik and BTS band member V, follows the story of five friends who travel back home to South Korea for a retreat. 

Release date: July 22

Parampara S2

Despite being arrested with attempt-to-murder, Gopi is hellbent on restoring the authority of his father Mohan in the public's eye. In prison, he wins the trust of an influential man Ratnakar, who sets up a path for his political ambitions. Meanwhile, his battle for power with his cousin Suresh assumes a bigger stage. Will the latter be able to stop Gopi's rise to power?

Release date: July 21

Ghar Waapsi

The feel-good, six-episode webseries revolves around a family of five and the incidents between them as Shekhar returns to his hometown of Indore after he is fired from his high-paying job. 

Release date: July 21


Amar, who heads a special cell, starts investigating a series of murders of narcotics officers. But one death puzzles him. As he plans to hunt down a deadly gangster, who he suspects is behind the attack, he encounters a group of vigilantes who are also behind the narcotic dealer. How are these people connected? Kamal Haasan, Fahadh Faasil and Vijay Sethupathi star in this Lokesh Kanagaraj directorial, which also has a cameo by Suriya. 

Release date: July 8

Koffee With Karan

Koffee with Karan is back to host the seventh season of the talk show, which will feature celebrity guests including Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Samantha, Akshay Kumar and Shahid Kapoor and more. 

Release date: July 7


As the country faces an imminent attack that could cripple its defence systems, an elite unit rises to protect the nation. But little do they know that this mission will test their limits. The series has Makarand Deshpande, Manish Chaudhari and Regina Cassandra.

Release date: July 15

Good Luck Jerry

The survival thriller revolves around a docile girl named Jerry (Janhvi Kapoor), who works in a massage parlour and finds herself peddling drugs to make ends meet. She is tasked with one last mission but the task lands her in the middle of chaos in the movie, which also has Deepak Dobriyal, Mita Vashisht, Neeraj Sood and Sushant Singh.

Release date: July 29

Zombies 3

After Seabrook has accepted monsters as a part of Seabrook, Zed is on the cusp of becoming the first Zombie to ever attend college and Addison is excited to organise a cheer-leading competition. However, the town is shocked by the arrival of intergalactic forces that lead to trouble between the monsters and humans of the town.

Release date: July 15

The Princess

The period action-thriller, starring Joey King and Dominic Cooper, revolves around a brave princess, who is locked in a tower after she refuses to wed a sociopath. As her suitor. With her vindictive suitor intent on destorying her family, she must escape and save the kingdom.

Release date: July 2


Accidentally bitten by a radioactive spider, Peter Parker gains superpowers, but is soon also confronted by the murder of his beloved Uncle Ben. Peter vows to use his powers to avenge his death, but this brings him face-to-face with Green Goblin.

Release date: July 1

Spider-Man 2

Tobey Maguire returns as Peter Parker, whose life gets more complicated as he has to face his mentor-turned-nemesis Otto Octavius, who goes after his girlfriend Mary Jane Watson. 

Release date: July 1

Spider-Man 3

Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson's happy life is rocked after his superhero life keeps him away. Adding to his woes, his inner demons find a way out through an alien symbiote. In his toughest fight, Spider-Man now has battle Sandman, Venom, the hob Goblin and the darkest version of himself. 

Release date: July 1

The Amazing Spider-Man

Andrew Garfield plays Peter Parker in this rebooted version, where her has to navigate both high school and his newfound super-human abilities. This also puts him in line with Curt Connors aka The Lizard.

Release date: July 1

Spider-Man: Homecoming

The third reboot of the Spider-Man franchise has Tom Holland playing a young Peter Parker/Spider-Man, as he evolves into a superhero under his mentor Tony Stark aka Iron Man. But his routine life is shaken with the emergence of a new villain, The Vulture, who threatens to destroy everything he holds dear. 

Release date: July 1


Tom Hardy essays a down-on-his-luck Eddie Brock, who becomes the host of an alien symbiote named Venom in this movie about an anti-hero who helps beat stronger alien forces including Riot. 

Release date: July 1

Only Murders in the Building S2

After the murder of the building board president, Charles, Oliver and Mabel have to choose between maintaining a low profile or catching the killer themselves in the second season of the show.

Release date: June 28

The Valet

The romcom, inspired by the French film of the same title, revolves around a leading actress (Samara Weaving) who gets a valet to pose as her boyfriend to cover up for her relationship with a married man.

Release date: June 24

Fire Island

A group of best friends embark on a vacation to Fire Island in this romcom inspired by Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Starring Joel Kim Booster and Conrad Ricamora, the urban update of Austen's novel is directed by Andrew Ahn.

Release date: June 3

Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Following the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Dr Strange teams up with America Chavez, who has the power to travel across multiverses, to battle a familiar foe who puts the entire multiverse in peril.

Release date: June 22

Meri Awas Suno

A leading radio jockey is forced to confront the truth that he would lose the things that he values the most. It repercussions leave down and broken, till support from unlikely sides make him learn to accept his new reality and move on.

Release date: June 24


After the death of her mother, Sana decides to unravel the truth behind the mystery, even if it means shattering her relationship with her father, who has a murky past. The series starring Boman Irani and Samara Tojori is touted to be a thriller.

Release date: June 17


Starring Nayanthara and Ritvick, the survival thriller revolves around the passengers of bus, including a mother and her ailing child who suffers from a medical condition, trying to escape to safety after getting caught in a natural disaster.

Release date: June 17

Twenty One Grams

Crime branch officer Nanda Kishore is tasked with solving the double homicide amid dealing with a personal tragedy. Each suspect reveals a new motive of the killer and eventually Nanda and his team have to decide between saving a suspect or catching the killer.

Release date: June 9

Ms Marvel

Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old die-hard fan of Captain Marvel, doesn't quite fit in to her peer group. This is until she gains superpowers and has to now grapple with another unique challenge. 

Release date: June 8 


Set against the backdrop of investigations, this romantic drama, starring Zayn Ibad Khan and Khushi Dubey, revolves around a police officer who is still coming to terms with a personal tragedy and as an aspiring cop, who keeps failing her qualifying exams. 

Release date: June 6

First Second Chance

Abandoned by their families, two ex-colleagues, played by Renuka Shahane and Anant Mahadevan, find strength to pick themselves up and take another shot at life in this short film, directed by Lakshmi R Iyer.

Release date: June 5

9 Hours

Three prisoners from Centra Jail hatch a plan to rob banks at the break of dawn. With just 9 hours in hand, will they accomplish their mission and return, or will they face the consequences and pay with their lives? The web series has Taraka Ratna, Ajay, Vinod Kumar and Madhu Shalini as part of the cast. 

Release date: June 2

We Feed People

Directed by Ron Howard, the National Geographic film revolves around chef and social worker Jose Andres and his non-profit organisation World Central Kitchen, which has now evolved into one of the most renowned organisations in the disaster relief sector.

Release date: May 28

Man, Woman, Dog

The 8-episode web series tries to sketch the evolution of the relationship between humans and dogs. 

Release date: May 28

Obi-Wan Kenobi

The six-episode series, which is set 10 years after Anakin Skywalker joins the dark side and becomes Darth Vader, focuses on Obi-Wan Kenobi's days of watching over young Luke Skywalker during his time in exile in Tatooine and the adventures that follow.

Release date: May 27

Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal

Starring Nayanthara, Samantha and Vijay Sethupathi, the Vignesh Shivan directorial revolves around two women - Kanmani and Khatija - who fall for the same man. To complicate the love traingle further, the man wants to marry bot of them

Release date: May 27

Escaype Live

The webseries, starring Siddharth, Shweta Tripathi, Plabita Borthakur and Jaaved Jaaferi, chronicles the journey of six people as they try to win a game on social media called Escaype Live. How their attempt to clinch the reward blurs their real and virtual lives form the plot. 

Release date: May 20 

12th Man

One setting, one day, one murder and 12 suspects. The Jeethu Joseph directorial, scripted by Krishnakumar KR, is a whodunit starring Mohanlal, Unni Mukundan, Sshivada, Priyanka Nair, Anu Sithara and Anusree. 

Release date: May 20 

Bhala Thandanana

The movie, directed by Chaitanya Dantuluri and starring Sree Vishnu and Catherine Tresa, revolves around a series of murders that are being probed by a journalist, who uncovers more than what she bargained for.

Release date: May 20

Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers

Starring John Mulaney, Andy Samberg, Seth Rogen and JK Simmons, the live-action animated film revolves around the titular characters from Disney's series - Chip, who is now working as an insurance agent, and Dale, who has had a CGI surgery. After a friend goes missing, Chip and Dale must reunite and rebuild their friendship.

Release date: May 20


The musical comedy is a contemporary twist to the Cinderella fairtyle. Set in New York, the movie follows the life of a stock boy and aspiring sneaker designer El who falls in love with Kira King, the daugher of basketball icon and snearker tycoon Darius King. 

Release date: May 13

The Hot Zone Anthrax

After the incidents of 9/11, a team of experts try to track down the mailer of the anthrax letters in this spin-off of National Geographic's 2019 miniseries The Hot Zone, which focused on the spread of Ebolavirus.

Release date: May 13

Called to the Wild

The series follows teams comprising people and their dogs as they compete with each other to surive in the harsh conditions of the wild. Three teams embark on a 10-day challenge that test their limits and survival skills.

Release date: May 13

The Quest

Eight teenagers compete in a six-episode fantasy reality competition set in the fictional world of Everealm, where they are tasked with saving the kingdom by fulfilling a prophecy. 

Release date: May 11

Under the Banner of Heaven

The miniseries starring Andrew Garfield and Sam Worthington in lead roles revolves around the investigation of a murder of a mother and her baby. The detective's faith gets shaken after he finds clues that hint at the involvement of a church in this true crime drama, based on Jon Krakauer's eponymous book.

Release date: April 28

Home Shanti

The web series revolves around the Joshis, a middle-class couple, who venture out to build their dream home. However, what await them is a host of unexpected challenges. The show, helmed by Aakanksha Dua, has Supriya Pathak Kapur, Manoj Pahwa, Chakori Dwivedi and Poojan Chhabra in the lead.

Release date: May 6

Stories on the Next Page

A anthology film comprises three short stories that are connected with the theme of closure. Each segment of explores a relationship, their conflicts and showcases the importance of closure to end that chapter and begin a new one. Abhishek Bannerjee, Ditipriya Roy, Namit Das, Bhupendra Jadawat and Renuka Shahane are part of the anthology.

Release date: May 6

Explorer: The Last Tepui

The 54-minute documentary follows an expert climbing team as they scale an unexplored cliff to deliver a scientist to its top to help him with his research for new species. 

Release date: April 22

Polar Bear

Narrated by Hollywood actress Catherine Keener, the documentary follows a new mother and her cubs in the Arctic as she navigates her memories to teach her young ones to live and thrive in the harsh and challenging world. 

Release date: April 22

No Exit

A recovering drug addict escapes rehab to visit her ailing mother, only to find herself as a witness to a kidnapping while she's stuck at a rest stop during a blizzard. The movie, basd on Taylor Adams' eponymous novel, has Havana Rose Liu in the lead. 

Release date: April 16

Nightmare Alley

Based on William Lindsay Gresham's novel of the same name, the Guillermo del Toro directorial is a thriller set in the 1930s about a carnival worker who becomes a psychic and plans to con a tycoon while a psychiatrist is out to expose him for who he is truly is. The film stars Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett and Willem Dafoe.

Release date: April 1


The documentary chronicles the rise of Australian cricket legend Shane Warne, widely regarded the best spinner the sport has ever seen. 

Release date: April 10

Death on the Nile

Kenneth Branagh's second directorial in he Hercule Poirot franchise has the iconic sleuth investigating a murder during his vacation in a cruise liner. The mystery film also stars Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Russel Brand and Ali Fazal. 

Release date: April 16

The Kardashians

The reality show, The Kardashians, will pick up where Keeping Up with the Kardashians left off. The series will focus mainly on the personal lives of Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner, and their partners. 

Release date: April 14


Revolving around the challenges in the lives of young cadets at a police academy, Taanakkaran has Vikram Prabhu, Paval Navageethan and Anjali Nair in pivotal roles. The Tamil movie directed by former cop Tamizh is inspired by the true incidents that happened in his life. 

Release date: April 8

The King's Man

The prequel spinoff of Matthew Vaughn's successful Kingsman series, starring Taron Egerton and Colin Firth in the lead, is set in the early 1900s and traces the origins of the spy network. Ralph Fiennes plays its founder Orlando Oxford while Gemma Arterton, Aaron Taylor-Hohnson and Djimon Hounsou are also part of the cast of the movie.

Release date: April 8

Bheeshma Parvam

Mammootty and Amal Neerad reunited after 15 years for the gangster thriller Bheeshma Parvam, which has references from The Godfather as well as Mahabharat. The movie revolves around Michael Anjootti and his family, and how the younger generation revolt against the patriarch using outside help. The impact this has on the family forms the plot of the movie, which also has Soubin Shahir, Shine Tom Chacko and Sreenath Bhasi. 

Release date: April 1


Inspired by Kim Ki-duk's Pieta, the Tamil film, starring Prabhudeva and Samyukta Hegde, revolves around a loan collector and a woman, who claims to be his mother. How she manages to change his ways and rewrite the wrongs that he has done form the plot of film, helmed by Harikumar. 

Release date: March 26

94th Academy Awards

The Oscars for 2022 can be rewatched on Disney+ Hotstar. The event, which had multiple hosts - Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes, also presented some memorable and unforgettable moments including Will Smith slapping Chris Rock. Watch the entire show on the streaming platform.

Release date: March 28

Bheemla Nayak

The Telugu remake of the Malayalam film Ayyappanum Koshiyum stars Rana Daggubati and Pawan Kalyan in the lead roles. The film revolves around the ego clashes between an ex-havildar (Rana), who is apprehended by sub-inspector Bheemla Nayak (Pawan). Nithya Menen and Samyuktha Menon are also part of the cast of the film, directed by Saagar K Chandra. 

Release date: March 25


The lives of four friends turn topsy-turvy when a mysterious event shuffles the present, past and and future, sending them into parallel worlds. They set about to discover what has happened and how to return to their worlds. In parallel, an investigator carries out a probe to determine the cause of disappearance of the four in this French sci-fi series.

Release date: March 23

Olivia Rodrigo

Singer Olivia Rodrigo takes a road trip from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles, tracing memories of creating her debut album and navigating through fame as a young woman. The documentary features her songs, interviews and footages from the making of her album SOUR. 

Release date: March 25

Moon Knight

Oscar Isaac essays the role of Marc Spector aka Moon Knight in the Marvel web series based on a superhero who has an identity disorder. The first season, which also has Ethan Hawke as cult leader Arthur Harrow, will have Moon Knight grappling with a mystery involving Egyptian Gods. 

Release date: March 30

Laitham Sundaram

Manju Warrier and Biju Menon star in this fun, family entertainer, which also marks the directorial debut of the former's brother and actor Madhu Wariar. The movie, which revolves around a family, will be Disney+ Hotstar's next Malayalam release after the hugely successful Bro Daddy, starring Prithviraj Sukumaran and Mohanlal.

Release date: March 18


Dhanush plays a hard-headed investigative journalist in Karthick Naren's action-thriller, which has Malavika Mohanan, Samuthirakani and Smruthi Venkat, that has him go head to head with a political leader. The film marks Dhanush's consecutive direct-to-OTT release after Atrangi Re. 

Release date: March 11

Turning Red

Starring Sandra Oh, Rosalie Chiang and Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, this coming-of-age animated film revolves around a 13-year-old girl who turns into a red panda once she gets excited. 

Release date: March 11


Ravi Teja's action entertainer revolves around a prisoner who leads a psychology student to believe that he has been framed with the murder of his wife. However, things turn messy when he gets out on bail. The movie also has Arjun Sarja, Anasuya Bharadwaj and Dimple Hayati as part of the cast. 

Release date: March 11

Rudra: The Edge of Darkness

The official Indian adaptation of Idris Elba's crime drama series Luther marks Ajay Devgn's foray into the world of web series. The series, which is directed by Ventilator filmmaker Rajesh Mapuskar, also stars Esha Deol, Raashi Khanna, Atul Kulkarni and Ashish Vidyarthi.

Release date: March 4

The Dropout

Based on the true story of biotech entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes and her company Theranos, the miniseries, which has Amanda Seyfriend playing the protagonist. The 8-episode series also has Stephen Fry, William H Macy and Utkarsh Ambudkar playing pivotal characters.

Release date: March 3

West Side Story

Steven Spielberg's adaptation of the hit Broadway musical is set in the 1950s and revolves around two youngsters - Tony and Maria - who fall in love but also belong to families of rival street gangs in New York City. The Oscar Award-nominated film stars Ansel Elgort, Ariana DeBose and David Alvarez in lead roles. 

Release date: March 3

The Proud Family: Prouder and Louder

The reboot of the animated series The Proud Family revolves around a 14-year-old girl named Penny Proud and her family, as they try to adapt to their life in Smithville. Created by Bruce W Smith and Ralph Farquhar, it features the voices of Kyla Pratt, Karen Malina White, Zachary Quinto and Billy Porter. 

Release date: February 23


The Kabir Khan directorial chronicles the Indian cricket team’s first and probably its biggest triumph at the world stage when they won the World Cup in 1983 under the leadership of Kapil Dev. Ranveer Singh essays the legendary all-rounder in the movie, which has an ensemble cast featuring Jiiva, Pankaj Tripathi, Tahir Raj Bhasin and Deepika Padukone. The Hindi version as well as the Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam dubbed versions will be available on Hotstar.

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Release date: March 21


Vineeth Sreenivasan’s superhit Malayalam directorial showcases the life of a youth from his campus days to parenthood. Featuring Pranav Mohanlal, Kalyani Priyadarshan and Darshana Rajendran, the coming-of-age drama is split into two chapters in Arun’s life – his college days and life after college. 

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Release date: February 18

A Thursday

A kindergarten tutor named Naina Jaiswal holds 16 children hostage and puts forth a series of demands that shake up the entire country in Behzad Khambata’s directorial, which has Yami Gautham, Neha Dhupia, Atul Kulkarni and Karanvir Sharma. A Thursday is touted to be a spiritual sequel to Naseeruddin Shah and Anupam Kher’s A Wednesday.

Release date: February 17