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Get ready for exciting entertainment highlights with a diverse lineup of releases on both OTT platforms and in theatres. From heartwarming documentaries to thrilling dramas and captivating reality shows, there’s something for everyone. Dive into the world of love, challenges, mysteries, and superheroes as you explore these new releases. Whether you’re a fan of heartfelt stories or action-packed adventures, this week promises to deliver a wide range of entertainment options to keep you engaged.
Entertainment Highlights: What to Watch in the Week of November 7-12, 2023
- Rainbow Rishta – Amazon Prime Video:
An uplifting documentary that explores the personal experiences of six members of the LGBTQIA+ community sharing their stories of love.
- The Buccaneers – Apple TV+:
A period drama based on Edith Wharton’s unfinished novel, set in the 1870s, following a group of American women navigating challenges after moving to London.
- The Claus Family 3 – Netflix:
A family movie where siblings Jules and Noor try to save Christmas after a delivery of presents goes wrong.
- Escaping Twin Flames – Netflix:
A three-part documentary focusing on online spiritual community leaders manipulating and controlling people searching for love.
- The Billionaire, the Butler, and the Boyfriend – Netflix:
A docuseries delving into the life of the world’s wealthiest woman and her conflict with her daughter, which becomes a national scandal.
- Cyberbunker: The Criminal Underworld – Netflix:
This documentary follows skilled hackers from a small German bunker created during the Cold War era.
- Lawless Lawyer – MX Player:
An exciting K-drama following a lawyer collaborating with a skilled attorney to fight injustice and solve his mother’s murder case.
Vigilante – Disney+ Hotstar:
A Korean drama about a police academy student who becomes a vigilante at night, punishing criminals who have evaded the law.
- The Santa Clauses Season 2 – Disney+ Hotstar:
Santa Claus searches for a worthy successor, but things take a drastic turn when the Mad Santa attempts to take over the North Pole.
- Akuma Kun – Netflix:
An anime series based on Shigeru Mizuki’s manga, following a young boy raised by a demon who teams up with a half-human to solve mysteries and murders.
- BTS: Yet to Come – Amazon Prime Video:
A documentary featuring unseen footage of the popular boy band BTS from their 2022 performance at the Busan World Expo.
- The Killer – Netflix:
A crime thriller featuring Michael Fassbender, where a professional assassin faces a complex situation after missing his target.
- What’s Love Got to Do With It? – Lionsgate Play:
A rom-com movie set in London, where a filmmaker documents her best friend’s arranged marriage, challenging her attitudes toward relationships.
- 007: Road to a Million – Amazon Prime Video:
A reality game show featuring nine pairs of people going through Bond-inspired challenges to win one million pounds.
- Pippa – Amazon Prime Video:
A war drama starring Ishaan Khatter, Mrunal Thakur, and others, narrating the story of Captain Balram Singh Mehta during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971.
- Parnashavarir Shaap – Hoichoi:
A Bengali series directed by Parambrata Chattopadhyay, featuring an ensemble cast in a drama.
- Ghoomer – ZEE5:
An inspiring sports drama where a gifted cricketer, who loses her right arm, makes a comeback with the help of a failed cricketer.
November 12: In Theatres
- The Marvels
A superhero movie featuring Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, who must join forces with Ms. Marvel and Captain Monica Rambeau to save the universe from a new threat.
- Tiger 3
A spy thriller sequel to “Tiger Zinda Hai,” starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, with Emraan Hashmi as the main antagonist, where they are framed as traitors by a terrorist planning to destroy them.