Netflix comes up with increasing its range of Indian content library by giving a hike of 15 original Indian movies by the end of 2020. It is all because of the continuous investment in the Indian entertainment industry.
It covers the titles announced last November that are Music Teacher, Cobalt Blue, Chopsticks, Upstarts and Bulbul. It encompasses a wide breadth of subjects and genres including drama, science fiction, thriller, horror, comedy and romance which will be performed by A-list actors.
“When Netflix launched in India, we changed the way Indian audiences enjoy their films. Given our diversity, history and culture, India is home to powerful stories waiting to be told to audiences around the world. The depth of talent and vision of our creators is enabling us to create films our members will love. We want to be a home for India’s finest filmmakers where their stories travel to more people than ever before”, said Srishti Behl Arya, Director International Originals at Netflix
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Directors of Lust Stories (2018 Netflix release), Zoya Akhtar, Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap and Dibakar Banerjee knit together to cover GhostStories to describe four spine-chilling tales. Next title lines up with Class of ’83, ground on unreleased book of S. Hussain Zaidi and travels a trip of a Mumbai Police officer cum trainer for his students struggle with the twist in morals, honour and patriotism towards nation. This is directed by Atul Sabharwal.
Mrs. Serial Killer heals the breach between Shirish Kunder and Farah Khan as they acquaint with a one hell of a ride, to prove innocence after doing murder. Guilty is produced by Dharmatic and is directed by Ruchi Narain. The story moves around musician girl’s boyfriend who is charged to rape. Yeh Ballet features the two boys of low income families, uncovering of ballet by them and to be free from their challenging state of affairs. It is directed by Sooni Taraporevala and produced by Roy Kapur Films. House Arrest is directed by Shashanka Ghosh and Samit Basu. It narrates the life of man who secure himself in his house for building confidence of interacting with world in him.
Kaali Khuhi is a story of a village of Punjab that explains death and female infanticide. The film is directed by Terrie Samundra and produced by Manomay Motion Pictures. Maska is directed by Neeraj Udhwani and produced by Seher Aly Latif and Mutant Films. It revolves around the life of man’s passion to become film star but it took turn after the entry of girl in her life. Directed and produced by Dibakar Banerjee, Freedom tells a story about an Indian family indulged with personal life and sexual history of India. Serious Men, focused on shanty towns is based on Manu Joseph’s book by the same name and is directed by Sudhir Mishra.