These are the times when situation all across the globe is grim, as the Coronavirus pandemic has gripped most nations, including India. So, if you’re practicing social distancing and spending most of your time at home, then we think the best way to keep yourself entertained is by watching some super cool movies.
Technological advancements in communication technology clubbed with affordable access to the internet will for sure make online entertainment an easy pass time for you amidst these lockdowns.
Digital Platform: Amazon Prime Video and Hotstar
Both written and directed by Anurag Kashyap, Ugly is undoubtedly one of the finest thrillers to have ever come out from Bollywood. Its the storyline is pretty simple, about a little girl going missing, but Kashyap weaves his magic by adding many layers to this suspense thriller. Ronit Roy delivers fantastic performance with the help of Rahul Bhat. Surveen Chawla, and other supporting actors, who also play their parts well. Overall, Ugly is a much-watch if you’re up for some serious and dark thriller.
2. Manorama Six Feet Under
Digital Platform: Amazon Prime Video
Another one of those underrated thrillers which will keep you engrossed. Starring Abhay Deol as the male lead, this one is not a typical Bollywood thriller which is obviously the best part about Manorama Six Feet Under. The film revolves around a government engineer who pens detective novels in his spare time. The story takes off when he gets involved in a web of lies and deceit after agreeing to spy on a minister. Navdeep Singh’s directorial debut offers loads of twists and is unpredictable to its very end. Well, what else do you need in a thriller, right?
Digital Platform: Zee5
This psychological thriller, featuring Radhika Apte in the lead, is a must-watch for everyone who just loves good cinema, good content and good acting, irrespective of the genre. The film tells the story of a woman named Mehak who suffers from agoraphobia and therefore fears to step out of her apartment. But staying inside isn’t easy as well, because Mehak’s apartment is haunted or so it seems. Radhika Apte’s performance is stellar to say the least and Phobia, as a movie, is surely a work of art made skilfully with loads of twists and turns.
There’s a lot more of such happening content on these digital platforms to keep you entertained.