Stumped with what to do during public holidays especially those who prefer to stay home in order to avoid crowded places and massive traffic jams?
Knowing the boredom of staying home can sometimes take a toll on you, we have listed a compilation of the best and most binge-worthy series and movies that you can binge on. Watching movies or series without food?
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Rolling out the top 8 flicks and series that you need to binge on to make use of your long weekend!
Touted to be an emotional roller coaster ride of real life mom and daughter duo, Neena and Masaba Gupta play a version of themselves in these reenactment episodes from the designer’s life. Looking at this series, one can’t help but wonder whether ‘Masaba Masaba’ is a real depiction of what happens in the real world or it’s just an imagination?
All you need to do is watch the series to find the answer.
“Badhaai Do” conveys its message without resorting to song and dance sequences; when musical montages are used, they serve to propel the story ahead by establishing crucial events in the characters’ life. A Lavender marriage occurs when a gay man marries a lesbian woman in order to cover up their respective sexual orientations from the outside world and lead a life they choose.
Jana Gana Mana
Touted to be a political thriller flick, it depicts how political parties have used police vigilantism to manipulate people’s emotions and rely on them to get votes. Well, this kind of effort should be applauded that a major Malayalam film featuring top actors is engagingly tackling the problem.
An ex-cricketer struggling to make ends meet wants to realise his child’s ambition of receiving a Jersey, but in doing so, he is forced to confront his heroic past. He must decide whether to step up to the challenge and become a symbol of hope or continue to live a life as a loser.The powerful performance from the power-packed actors will inspire you to embrace your aspirations, hopes, and family!
A fearless warrior on a perilous mission comes face to face with a steely cop serving British forces in pre-independent India. RRR stands for Rise Roar Revolt, or Ratham Ranam Roudhiram and stars Ram Charan and N.T. Rama Rao Jr. It’s now available on Netflix to watch, but should this Indian epic be on your watchlist?
Touted to be a sports drama flick, it narrates the journey of a heart-warming tale of a young boy who seeks to master the game of snooker to defend his father’s legacy after a humiliating loss. Inspired by true events, one thing is for sure that the father and son bond will leave us in tears.
Fantastic cinematography is always important for a film. The writer will emphasise that, as this flick has really been making waves all over the world.
A young IPS officer’s new posting in rural India has him confronting caste disparities and uncomfortable truths in the face of a gruesome crime. When three girls go missing in the fictional village of Lalgaon, two of them are found dead and there is no trace of the third one. Where is she and who is responsible for this heinous act?
The Fame Game
Who doesn’t know Madhuri Dixit?
The dancing queen of Bollywood has once again wowed us by playing a role which we can’t take our eyes off the screen.
Aptly titled, The Fame Game tells the story of an achiever who shines bright on the outside but cannot escape the ravages of time. The film has its moments, especially when it scrutinises the wages and transience of cinematic fame, as well as the price a celebrity must pay to stay in the spotlight while juggling the problem of keeping her family intact.
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