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From ‘Kho Gaye Hum Kahan’ To ‘Berlin’, ‘Three Of Us’, Films and Shows You Can Stream On OTT Platforms This Week

Check out the latest movies and TV shows you can watch on Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar and more. 

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Shows and films to stream this week
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As 2023 is coming to a close, most of us are busy spending time with our loved ones and family. So, if you are enjoying a night in, why not satiate all your bingeing needs with the latest OTT releases, which includes an array of genres including dramas, comedies and thrillers. 

Be it Ananya Panday, Siddhant Chaturvedi and Adarsh Gourav’s ‘Kho Gaye Hum Kahan’ to Vikrant Massey-led ‘12th Fail’ and ‘Money Heist’ latest new spin-off series titled ‘Berlin’, check out the latest releases that you can stream this upcoming week:

‘Kho Gaye Hum Kahan’ (December 26)

This coming-of-age drama revolves around the lives of Ahana (Ananya Panday), Imaad (Siddhant Chaturvedi) and Neil (Adarsh Gourav). The three are close friends and are together navigating the complexities of life in the era of social media. It showcases how they try to strike a balance between the real-life and online personas, amid modern relationships, ambition and heartbreaks in the city of Mumbai.

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Streaming on Netflix

‘A Very Good Girl’ (December 27)

It chronicles the journey of Philo, a sophisticated and calculated socialite. She has a vendetta against a formidable business magnate, Molly, since she was the reason for a distressing chapter in her history. As the socialite sets out on her path of retribution, ends up realising that she might be the principal antagonist in her own story.

Streaming on Netflix

‘Little Dixie’ (December 28)

The film tells the story of Doc Alexander, a former Special Forces operative, and the character is portrayed by Frank Grillo. It revolves around a failed agreement between a dishonest governor and a merciless narcotics kingpin. Doc gets embroiled into the controversy as he sets out to defend his daughter, affectionately named Little Dixie. 

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Streaming on Netflix

‘Miss Shampoo’ (December 28)

This Taiwanese romantic comedy-drama is about Fen, an aspiring hairdresser, who works to hone her skills. However, her life takes a dramatic turn when Tai, a wounded gang boss, takes refuge in her salon from his pursuer. She tries to help Tai escape, and it sparks an unusual romance between them. Tai then brings his gang members to have their hair done by her, as they try to uncover a traitor among them.

Streaming on Netflix

‘Pokémon Concierge’ (December 28)

The  stop-motion animated series, Pokémon Concierge, explores unique settings within the beloved franchise. It revolves around Haru, a new concierge at the Pokémon Resort, as she engages with various Pokémon and their trainers, thereby offering a fresh perspective on the world.

Streaming on Netflix

‘12th Fail’ (December 29)

The biographical drama film is adapted from Anurag Pathak’s eponymous novel, and showcases the story of Manoj Kumar Sharma (portrayed by Vikrant Massey) who hails from the Chambal region of Madhya Pradesh. Despite facing odds in failing his Class 12 examinations, he undertakes a journey to grab the prestigious position of an IPS officer. 

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar

‘Berlin’ (December 29)

Berlin, a series from the highly acclaimed Money Heist, revolves around the early years of the titular character portrayed by Pedro Alonso. This prequel showcases Berlin’s life during his prime, and is about his leadership in undertaking several remarkable heists throughout Europe. It is full of action, suspense and dramatic intricacies.

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Streaming on Netflix

‘Dono’ (December 29)

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Dev and Meghna, two individuals with complex pasts, meet each other at a destination wedding in Thailand. Dev has unrequited feelings for his best friend Alina, the bride, and he ends up getting captivated by Meghna, a friend of the groom. With this tale of romantic discovery and emotional healing, it also marks the debut for Rajveer Deol and Paloma Dhillon.

Streaming on ZEE5

‘Once Upon Two Times’ (December 29)

The romantic drama is a tale of love, family and the complexity of relationships. It is about Ruhi and Ahaan, former college sweethearts who are poised to marry, but they witness an unforeseen twist during a familial retreat in Nainital, as they learn about a romantic history between their parents. 

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Streaming on ZEE5

‘The Curse’ (December 29)

The story delves into the lives of a newly married couple Whitney (Emma Stone) and Asher Siegel (Nathan Fielder). They find themselves grappling with an alleged curse in their relationship as they attempt to conceive a child. Set in Española, New Mexico, the show is about their struggle to fulfil their vision to have eco-conscious housing in the community. 

‘Three of Us’ (December 29)

It focuses on Shailaja, played by Shefali Shah, who is dealing with the early symptoms of dementia. She decides to revisit the town on the Konkan coastline where she spent her childhood, and is joined by her husband (Swanand Kirkire) and childhood love (Jaideep Ahlawat). She soon witnessed the realities of her marriage and the complexities of her future. 

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