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Five new releases for you to binge-watch with your family or partners or siblings.

We have put together a list of five recent films for you to binge-watch with your family, partners, or siblings in case you are having trouble deciding what to watch. Entertainment industry professionals are getting ready for some exciting new releases on various OTT platforms. As the first weekend of April 2023 draws near. There is something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a suspenseful drama, a hilarious comedy, or a mystery thriller like Sara Ali Khan’s Gaslighting, Sunil Grover’s United Kacche, or Jennifer Anniston’s Murder Mystery 2.

(Disney+ Hotstar, March 31) Gaslight

The next mystery-thriller movie in Hindi, which stars Sara Ali Khan, Vikrant Massey, and Chitrangda Singh. It is made by Ramesh Taurani and Akshai Puri and directed by Pavan Kirpalani. The protagonist of the novel is Misha. Who visits her estranged father on the royal family estate after a 15-year absence only to discover that he has vanished.

Murder Mystery 2 (Netflix- March 31)

The upcoming American action comedy mystery Murder Mystery 2 is one of the highly anticipated series. The series, which is a follow-up to the 2019 film Murder Mystery, starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, centres on Nick and Audrey Spitz. Who leave their jobs as police officers and hairdressers, respectively. To work exclusively as private investigators after cracking the case of the film’s first murder.

United Kacche (Zee5- March 31)

The comic drama online series United Kachhe. Which stars Sunil Grover as the title character, centres around Tango. An undocumented Indian immigrant who talks about his struggles to make ends meet while daydreaming of a better life in England. Despite his financial, linguistic, and cultural challenges. He is able to find odd jobs and make new friends, including a sympathetic woman. Because to his optimism and tenacity.

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Copycat Killer (Netflix- March 31)

The upcoming Chinese film Copycat Killer is based on the well-known criminal mystery book of the same name by Japanese author Miyuki Miyabe. The story is set in Taipei in the 1990s and tells the tale of Taiwan’s first serial murder case. The media-savvy serial killer takes advantage of the high level of attention. In order to make the inquiry into a national spectacle, sparking rumours and notoriety.



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