OTT Platforms: Cirkus to The Night Manager, what to watch this weekend

OTT Platforms:  Love is in the air since February is Love Month. But too much of it can make you feel depressed. Hence, it is time to engage in something fresh on screen if you have spent some quality cuddling time with your special someone this Valentine’s Week. This week, OTT platforms are releasing content from every genre, leaving us with an abundance of options. 

OTT platforms have something for everyone, including documentaries like Romantics, dramas like Lost, and an adaption of The Night Manager starring Aditya Roy Kapur and Anil Kapoor. See the complete list of releases this week and make your own decision.


1. The Romantics

The Romantics is a documentary series that honours the illustrious career of director Yash Chopra. On February 14, Netflix announced its debut.

2. Eva Lasting

What transpires when a strange girl enrols in a 1970s all-boys school is the focus of the Spanish-language series. On February 15, Eva Lasting made its Netflix debut.

3. The Womb

The horror-thriller centres on a couple’s evil scheme for a woman who provides them with lodging. On February 16, The Womb was made available on Netflix.

4. Cirkus

Ranveer Singh plays two characters in the comedy directed by Rohit Shetty, which is inspired by The Comedy of Errors. On February 17, Friday, Netflix made Cirkus available.

5. A Girl and an Astronaut

The protagonist of the show is an astronaut who, upon his return to Earth after a 30-year absence, discovers that he has not aged at all. He misses his love interest after returning. On Friday, February 17, A Girl and an Astronaut made its Netflix debut.

6. Community Squad

The series centres on a vigilante team that comes into a shady drug transaction. On February 17, a Community Squad Netflix original programme debuted.

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Amazon Prime Video

1. Halloween Ends

On October 14, 2022, David Gordon Green’s film Halloween Ends will be seen in theatres. On February 14, 2023, about 5 months after its theatrical debut, the movie had its online streaming debut on Amazon Prime Video.

2. Three Thousand Years of Longing

In August 2022, Three Thousand Years of Longing was released in theatres. George Miller was the film’s producer and director. Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton were in it. On February 17, 2023, Amazon Prime Video hosted the movie’s OTT debut.

Disney+ Hotstar

1. The Night Manager

The Night Manager by Aditya Roy Kapur is a sophisticated, multifaceted, and engrossing book. The series premiered on February 17 and was created, produced, and directed by Sandeep Modi with assistance from Priyanka Ghosh. It was distributed by Banijay Asia and The Ink Factory. The programme also stars Anil Kapoor.

2. Malikappuram

Vishnu Sasi Shankar’s action drama Malikappuram stars Unni Mukundan, Deva Nandha, and Sreepath. A young girl who visits the Sabarimala temple to worship her favourite deity, Lord Ayyappa, is the subject of the movie.

3. J-Hope In The Box

J-hope, a member of the K-pop group BTS, is releasing his debut solo album, Jack In The Box, on February 17.


1. Lost

Yami Gautam has returned with yet another intriguing movie. Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury is the director of the film, Lost, which also stars Pankaj Kapur, Pia Bajpayi, Tushar Pandey, and Neil Bhoopalam. In this movie, Yami portrays an investigative journalist. It will start streaming on February 16.

2. Veekam

The three main actors in the criminal thriller Veekam are Dhyan Sreenivasan, Aju Varghese, and Dayyana Hameed. Three forensics students get into problems in the movie because of careless blunders they made. They manage to establish their innocence despite all difficulties thanks to the murder investigation.

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