We’ve got a weekend ahead of us and in case you are wondering what to watch, we are here to help. Here’s the perfect list of new releases over the weekend that you just can’t miss. So get those popcorn buckets, and get started!
1. Code M – Season 2 (Voot | 9 June)
Code M season1 marked the OTT debut of Jennifer Winget. In the first season, Jennifer Winget played the role of an Army lawyer, who discovers some hidden truths while investigating an encounter. And, now character, Major Monica Mehra returns for a second season.
2. The Broken News (Zee5 | 10 June)
Marking the entry of actress Sonali Bendre into the OTT world, the broken news is about to release in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. The series focuses on the ethics of journalists and reporters at the leading channels. Based on the popular British show Press, The Broken News, the series also stars Jaideep Ahlawat, Shriya Pilgaonkar, and Indraneil Sengupta.
3. Janhit Mein Jaari (Theatres | 10 June)
This comedy is making an attempt to build awareness surrounding sexual wellness. Janhit Mein Jaari revolves around a small-town female protagonist (Nushrratt Bharuccha), who sells condoms but faces challenges as people continue to see it as taboo. This much-awaited movie is directed by the makers of Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer Dream Girl.
4. Kinnerasanni (Zee5 | 10 June)
Written by Sai Teja Desharaj Athreyasa, Kinnerasani is about a woman named Veda who’s looking for her father.
5. Peaky Blinders – Season 6 (Netflix | 10 June)
One of the most popular series on Netflix returns with a new season. Starring Cillian Murphy, this British crime drama television series is something you shouldn’t miss.
6. Ardh (ZEE5 | 10 June)
Featuring Rajpal Yadav, this hard-hitting movie revolves around Shiva, a struggling actor who moves to Mumbai to become a superstar. However, he disguises himself as a trans person to support himself financially. Life as a struggling actor isn’t as flowery or glamorous and he is often rejected due to his inadequate English language skills and short height. However, despite all the odds, his wife is his biggest supporter.
7. Don (Netflix | 10 June)
Don is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language comedy drama, which revolves around a reluctant engineering student repeatedly clashing with his college’s discipline mentor, while still trying to figure out his passion in life.
8. 777 Charlie (Theatres | 10 June)
The protagonist is stuck in a rut with his negative and lonely lifestyle and spends each day in the comfort of his loneliness. A pup named Charlie who is naughty and energetic which is a complete contrast with the protagonist’s character enters his life and gives him a new perspective on it.
9. Feels Like Home (LionsGate Play | 10 June)
This coming-of-age drama is relatable to all those who stay away from their home and share a home with other mates. Starring Preet Kammani, Anshuman Malhotra, Vishnu Kaushal, and Mihir Ahuja, the series is about four bachelors living in a new house and trying to find solace in each other, finding support and more as they try to make sense of the world away from their home.
10. Jurassic World Dominion (Theatres | 10 June)
Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, dinosaurs now live and hunt alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history’s most fearsome creatures.