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OTT & theatres: What to watch this Sunday

Three films have hit theatres while you may catch up with any of four big OTT releases this Sunday on Amazon Prime, Zee5 and Disney+Hotstar

Post lockdown, as the theatres are opening slowly, one should follow all the precautionary measures to watch the movie on the big screens. Well, even the platforms are also offering a great way of entertainment by releasing awesome shows and movies this week on their streaming platforms.

Check out the latest shows and movies that are releasing in the coming week of September. First, the theatre releases. Movies like Thalaivi and Seetimaar are going to entertain the audience this week releasing in the theatres.

Release date: 10 September
Platform: Theatres
Director: AL Vijay
Cast: Kangana Ranaut, Arvind Swami, Nasser, Bhagyasree and Samuthrakani

In the biopic, Kangana Ranaut is playing the titular role, enacting former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister (late) J Jayalalithaa. The movie showcases the life story of the southern actress-turned-politician with some glimpses of the ups and downs in her career. The Thalaivi cast boasts also of Arvind Swami as MGR, Madhubala as MGR’s wife, Priyamani as Shasikala and Prakash Raj as Karunanidhi.

Release Date: 10 September
Platform: Theatres
Director: Sampath Nandi
Cast: Gopichand and Tamannah Bhatia

A sports drama, Seetimaarr has the backdrop of the game of kabaddi. Lead actors Gopichand and Tamannah will essay the roles of Kabaddi coaches in this movie. Bhumika Chawla, Rahman, Dev Gill, Tanikella Bharani, Subbaraju, Jayaprakash, Rao Ramesh, Posani Krishna Murali, Preeti Asrani, Rohith Pathak, Tarun Arora and Preethi Asrani play prominent characters in the film.

Release date: 9 September
Platform: Theatres
Director: SP Jananathan
Cast: Vijay Sethupathi, Shruti Haasan and Jagapathi Babu

Laabam is a political thriller. The movie’s plot is a cliched socialist narrative about the plunder of farmers’ lands by private companies in the name of industrialisation and corporate forming. The story talks of agricultural and corporate practices in the Telugu states and Tamil Nadu.


Mumbai Dairies
Release date: 9 September
Cast: Mohit Raina, Konkona Sen Sharma and Shreya Dhanwanthary
platform: Amazon Prime
Total Episodes: 8

It’s about the deadly 26/11 attacks on Mumbai, India. Many movies and shows have been made on these attacks. But for the first time, this series is going to show the attacks from the perspective of the staff of a hospital who act as the first responders during the attacks.

Tuck Jagadish
Release date: 10 September
Cast: Nani and Ritu Verma
platform: Zee5

One of the biggest movies of the season, Tuck Jagadish opted for an release. It deals with the village politics of Bhudevipuram. It’s an emotional family drama.

Release date: 3 September
Cast: Aparshakti Khurana, Pranutan Behl, Abhishek Bannerjee, Jameel Khan, Ashish Varma, Ashish Vidyarthi, Sharib Hashmi
Net release date: 10 September
platform: Zee5

“A quirky comedy from the heartland of India, it touches upon a topic that is considered embarrassing for most people in India and will showcase the same in a hilariously entertaining manner,” says IMDB.

Release date: 9 September
Cast: Nabha Natesh, Nithiin and Tamannah Bhatia
platform: Disney+

Nithiin acts as a blind pianist for his girlfriend Nabha Natesh. But unfortunately, he witnesses a murder committed by Tamannah and tries to report to Police. But they suspect Nithiin as he acts to be blind. So, let we need to wait and watch how will Nithiin prove his innocence and unfold the mystery.

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