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What’s hot on OTT?

Published: 6th Jun 2021 5:53 pm

New Delhi: As theatres across the country remain shut due to the pandemic, OTT platforms continue to entertain the audience with their new additions almost on a weekly basis. We take a quick look at films, shows and series scheduled to drop in the digital space this week. Here’s the line-up on an interesting ensemble:

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(Film on Netflix; June 9)

The sci-fi action drama imagines an era when people have lost their ability to sleep and a global tragedy has destroyed all electronic equipment. A former soldier and her daughter look for an urgent solution. Cast: Gina Rodriguez, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Barry Pepper, Finn Jones; Direction: Mark Raso

Tragic Jungle

(Film on Netflix; June 9)

A woman who flees to the Mayan jungle to evade a forced marriage is shocked to learn that she is in the midst of unimaginable dangers, where nature, humans and the supernatural threaten life. Cast: Indira Rubie Adrewin, Gabino Rodriguez, Eligio Melendez, Dale Carley; Direction: Yulene Olaizola

Fresh, Fried & Crispy

(Docu-series on Netflix; June 9)

Featuring food critic Daym Drops who goes around checking the best stops for fried delights. From crispy pork chops in Birmingham and deep-fried Oreos in San Diego to lump crab cakes in Baltimore, Drops, whose food reviews on YouTube enjoy over 250 million views, highlights the pick of fried food, from the streets to the high-end eateries.

Wish Dragon

(Animation film on Netflix; June 11)

The animation film is a reimagination of the genie-in-bottle fable. Din (voice of Jimmy Wong) is an average teenager and Long (John Cho) is a dragon who can grant wishes. They set out in pursuit of Din’s childhood friend Lina (Natasha Liu Bordizzo). Voice cast: John Cho, Jimmy Wong, Natasha Liu Bordizzo; Direction: Chris Appelhans

Skater Girl

(Film on Netflix; June 11)

The film is about a tribal teenager in Rajasthan. She discovers skateboarding after a British-Indian girl introduces the sport in her village, and becomes passionate about it. Cast: Rachel Sanchita Gupta, Shradhha Gaikwad, Amrit Maghera, Waheeda Rehman; Direction: Manjari Makijany

Ardha Shathabdham

(Film on Aha; June 11)

The film is an action thriller set against the backdrop of an inter-caste romance that sparks off communal riot. Krishna is in love with Pushpa but their story is in for an explosive consequence in their village. Cast: Karthik Rathnam, Naveen Chandra, Krishna Priya; Direction: Rawindra Pulle

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