It’s a long weekend, and OTTs are ready with a strong line up for binge-watching this weekend. With Independence Day on Monday, we are sure you’re looking for the best Movies and TV shows you can watch from the comfort of your home. So get you popcorn ready and get watching! Here’s the list of best content available on OTTs this weekend (13-Aug).
Binge watch Indian Matckmaking, Shabaash Mithu, Peacemaker, A Model Family this Weekend (13-Aug) on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+Hotstar, Zee5, Voot and more.
1. Indian Matchmaking 2 – Netflix
Season 1 of the show had received mixed reviews, and with Season-2 releasing this weekend Sima aunty is surely trying to take matchmaking to a new level. The show is about how the matchmaker Sima Aunty uses her years of experience in helping singles find their life-partners.
2. Shabaash Mithu – Voot Select
Based on the real-life story of Indian captain Mithali Raj, this Taapsee Pannu starrer sports movie is surely going to inspire you. Shabaash Mithu was released in theatres on July 15, and chronicles the ups and downs of the most successful woman cricketer. We are sure you would love this movie on OTT.
3. Khuda Hafiz 2 – Zee5
‘Khuda Hafiz Chapter-2 Agni Pariksha’ has received 8.3 rating on IMDb. Vidyut Jammwal’s movie sequel hits Zee5 this weekend, and is a must watch for those who enjoy thrillers with their popcorn.
4. Peacemaker – Amazon Prime Video
This movie is a spin-off of the 2021 movie ‘The Suicide Squad’. Starring John Cena, Steve Agee and Chukwudi Iwuji among others, the movie traces the origins of the Peacemaker character and builds on his life story.
5. Bloodshot – Netflix
Bloodshot is a sci-fi thriller released in 2020. It shows how a dead soldier, brought back to life with the aid of advanced biotechnology, focuses on taking vengeance for his death.
6. Locke & Key (Season-3) – Netflix
The final season of the hit OTT show releases this weekend. The Locke family would be seen fighting demons led by Captain Frederick Gideon. Would they make more keys to survive the onslaught? How will the series end? Watch it on Netflix to know more.
7. A Model Family – Netflix
Rated 7.7 on IMDb, this Korean drama is a must-watch for all Breaking Bad fans. This show uses the age-old concept of desperate measures people take to save their families. But the way it depicts the life of a struggling professor is outstanding.
8. Rashtra Kavach Om
The movie was released on July 1, but failed to make any impact at the box office. This thriller starring Aditya Roy Kapur, Prakash Raj, Jackie Shroff among others, is a one-time watch if you have some time to kill.
9. Gargi – SonyLiv
Gargi is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language legal drama film written by Hariharan Raju and Gautham Ramachandran, directed by Gautham Ramachandran and produced by Blacky, Genie & My Left Foot Productions with Sai Pallavi and Kaali Venkat in the lead role. The movie is about a young school teacher fighting to prove her father’s innocence with help of a young lawyer who has never witnessed a court before.
10. Never Have I Ever (Season 3) – Netflix
First episode of season-3 of the Teen-drama releases this weekend. The series that shows how Indian-American teens struggle to balance desi-upbringing with western-culture, has stood out amongst similar content. The new season is set to keep us hooked with its brilliant writing and exploring Devi’s world as she grows up.
Bonus: If you’re feeling itchy to go out and watch something in the theatre, you can watch these movies over the weekend.
11. Raksha Bandhan
Akshay Kumar starrer Raksha Bandhan was released on August 11. The movie shows Lala Kedarnath, the eldest brother to 4 sisters, trying to get his sisters married and the hiccups and roadblocks he faces in his quest.
12. Laal Singh Chaddha
Hindi remake of the classic ‘Forrest Gump’, starring Aamir and Kareena in lead roles is the most talked about movie in recent months. With the audience calling for a boycott of the movie, Laal Singh Chaddha has had its share of controversies even before its release on August 11th. While some have praised the movie, many have called it the worst Aamir movie yet!
So go ahead and enjoy this weekend, and let us know your reviews in the comments below.