This will be an important week for streaming services in India. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, at least two Bollywood movies (starring Vidya Balan and Kunal Kemmu) will be shown directly in home theaters. At the same time, Radhika Apte returns to Netflix, where she joins with another Divine Gaming alumni. Internationally, we have the return of dysfunctional superhero families (Umbrella Academy) and puppet characters (Puppets). Here are the movies and TV shows that will be followed this week on Netflix, Disney + Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video, SonyLIV and Zee5.

Shakuntala Devi

Time: July 31
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Vidya Balan played the nominal “human machine” in this biopic, following her from the former British Indian Mysore state to the Guinness World Records, and then to the adult daughter (Sanya Malhotra) about how her mother failed. Allegations. Co-written and directed by Anu Menon, his work is attributed to the 2015 films “Waiting” and “Four Shots Again”! Season 1.

Umbrella Academy

Time: July 31
Where: Netflix

The super-powered Hargreeves foster brothers and sisters were scattered in the second season of the comics adaptation in Texas in the 1960s. During the three years, they used the power of Five (Aidan Gallagher) to escape from Vanya (Ellen Page). Naturally, they must find a way to reunite. But this is not all. Because of their actions in the first season, there is another revelation to deal with. There is a new trio of Swedish assassins on the tail.

Watch the trailer for Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy Season 2

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Avrodh: inner envelopment

Time: July 31
Where: SonyLIV

One and a half years since “Uri: Surgical Strike”, after the 2016 Uri terrorist attack, another so-called “surgical attack” has occurred, according to Shiv Aroor. And an excerpt from the book “The Most Fearless in India” published by Rahul Singh in 2017. Amit Sadh and Neeraj Kabi are part of the cast of “Avrodh: The Siege Inside”, directed by Raj Acharya (Raj Acharya (21 Sarfarosh: Saragarhi 1897) takes the helm.


Time: July 31
Where: Disney + Hotstar

Kunal Kemmu, Rasika Dugal, Gajraj Rao, Ranvir Shorey and Vijay Raaz star in this comedy, which involves a suitcase full of Rs. 2,000 banknotes. After ordinary people (Kemmu) hit the aforementioned suitcase, their lives were upended. Corrupt politicians (Rao), police officers (Shorey) under his thumb and local mobs (Raaz) also targeted them. Part of Disney + Hotstar Multiplex.

Raat Akeli Hai

Time: July 31
Where: Netflix

Jatil Yadav (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) is a small policeman who is busy investigating the death of an extremely powerful local politician. All fingers point to his family. Naturally, it is compared to Knives Out. In addition to finding the truth far away from Jatil’s only concern, Jatil’s superiors and friends who are as powerful as political figures also exerted pressure. Netflix recently acquired one of six new Indian movies.

Radhika Apte, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Shweta Tripathi and Shivani Raghuvanshi also starred.


Time: July 30
Where: Zee5

The four smugglers (including Vidyut Jammwal, Amit Sadh and Vijay Varma) were reunited in their own way after being arrested twenty years after they left India. When others were about to rescue him from prison, a surprising discovery tested their emotional bond. It is said that this was inspired by the French film “A Gang Story” in 2011, although the director Tigmanshu Dhulia is clearly drawing a leaf from the Western script from the visual to the font.

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Muppets now

Time: July 31
Where: Disney + Hotstar

The first Muppets series of Disney’s streaming service was a six-episode script. Muppets naturally appeared, as well as non-muppet stars such as Seth Rogen, Aubrey Plaza, RuPaul and Linda Cardellini. Among them, Scooter must upload “Muppets Now” before the deadline, while also dealing with obstacles imposed on him by other Muppets. Yuan, we know. There are new episodes every week.

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