The OTT platform has a lot of comedy, lots of violence, and drama content for the festival weekend for its audience, which is all set to entertain them.
We have brought you a list of upcoming shows and films, according to which you can make your Dussehra entertaining.
Digital Dussehra: A treasure of entertainment in the box of OTT platforms
Finally, the second season of the show is releasing tomorrow. Starring Pankaj Tripathi, Ali Fazal, Rasika Duggal, and Shweta Tripathi, the second season is expected to witness more bloodshed.
It will be interesting to see how the story unfolds after the death of Vikrant Massey’s character Bablu. The show will air on Amazon Prime Video on October 23.
Captive State is an American science fiction action directed by Rupert Wyatt and co-written by Wyatt and Erica Beeney.
The film stars John Goodman, Ashton Sanders, Jonathan Majors, Colson Baker, and Vera Farmiga, and follows a young man who participates in a conspiracy to rebel against an alien race that has invaded Earth and forced strict martial law on all humans.
These include Caitlyn Jenner to Tom Allen. The film will be streamed on Voot Select from October 27.
This episodic series shot in Lockdown will feature five stories with five relationships, including a married couple on the verge of divorce, a free man who gets stuck with 10 relatives, a loving couple who almost run away.
A girl who goes to her future in-law’s house, to break up the marriage, but she gets stuck there and the final story, in which a man who lives with his beloved pets.
A Suitable Boy:
Meera Nair’s screen adaptation, based on Vikram Seth’s novel ‘A Suitable Boy’, features Tabu, Ishaan Khattar, and Tanya Maniktala.
This is the story of two young lovers who dare to break the tradition and stereotypes in newly independent India. It will be released on Netflix on 23 October for the Indian audience.
The film stars Saqib Saleem and Shweta Basu Prasad. The comedy-romance directed by Nachiket Samant is based on the story of Gurgaon. It shows the growing stand-up comedy scenario in the city. Its streaming begins on October 21 on the Zee5