The newest films and television series available on Netflix, Prime Video, and other platforms this week range from romantic comedies to thrillers.

This week’s OTT releases: There is currently something on the most well-liked OTT platforms for everyone. These movies and series, available for streaming on Disney+ Hotstar, Netflix, Prime Video, Zee5, Apple TV+, and Salman Khan’s high school thriller Farrey, to the South Korean series Parasyte: The Grey, will satisfy all of your binge-watching cravings. This week, Kriti Sanon and Shahid Kapoor’s most recent movie, Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya, is also available on Prime Video.

Consider these this week’s OTT Releases:

Prime Video’s Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya (April 5)

First-time directors Aradhana Sah and Amit Joshi wrote and directed the romantic comedy, which stars Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon in the lead roles. In the movie, Shahid plays a robot scientist who grows fond of Kriti’s Sifra, a very smart female robot. On February 9, 2024, the movie was released in theatres.

Zee5 Farrey (April 5)

Every year, Bollywood sees a number of dream debuts; in 2023, Salman Khan and Farrey launched his niece Alizeh Agnihotri. Student slang term “farrey” refers to little slips of paper with answers that they smuggle into exam rooms. Soumendra Padhi, who also directed the critically acclaimed Netflix series Jamtara, is directing this movie. November 24, 2023 saw the theatrical debut of the film.

Season 2 of Loot on Apple TV+ (April 3)

In this new episode of the Apple TV+ comedy series, Joel Kim Booster, Michael Jae Rodriguez, Maya Rudolph, and more are back. Maya plays Molly Wells, an affluent divorcee, in the ensemble comedy directed by Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard.

Disney+ Hotstar Wish (April 3)

This weekend, plan a movie night with the family because Disney’s most recent animated picture is currently available to stream onDisney+ Hotstar. It follows the life of Asha, a 17-year-old girl in the Kingdom of Rosas, as she learns a terrible secret about Magnifico, her nation’s despotic ruler, and is directed by Chris Buck and Fawn Veerasunthorn.

Netflix and Ripley (April 4)

Ripley, written and directed by The Irishman’s Steve Zaillian, an Academy Award winner, will transport you to a suspenseful journey through 1960s Italy. Leading the eight-episode limited series as the roguish protagonist Tom Ripley is Andrew Scott (Fleabag, Sherlock).

Apple TV+, Sugar (April 5)

This Apple TV+ series, a lighthearted nod to the genre’s classics, stars Colin Farrell as Los Angeles private investigator John Sugar, hired by film producer James Cromwell to track down his missing granddaughter Sydney Chandler. Even her father, Dennis Boutsikaris, has given up on her and her drug-abusing ways due to her frequent disappearances.

Netflix, Parasyte: The Grey (April 5)

Things get really creepy in Netflix’s Korean sci-fi horror Parasyte: The Grey. The series, which draws inspiration from the Japanese Manga Parasyte by Hitoshi Iwaaki, is about a young woman ‘caught between her humanity and parasitic influence’. “When unidentified parasites violently take over human hosts and gain power, humanity must rise to combat the growing threat,” says Netflix about the series.

Scoop, Netflix (April 5th)

A dramatized account of the BBC Newsnight team’s extraordinary and illuminating 2019 interview with Prince Andrew regarding his relationship with millionaire sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein can be found in Gillian Anderson and Rufus Sewell’s Scoop. In Philip Martin’s Netflix movie about privilege, sexual exploitation, and journalism, Billie Piper, Keeley Hawes, and Romola Garai are also featured.

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