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New on Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+Hotstar, and More: June 2024 Picks

You gotta see this before June ends!!

By Sriparna MallickPublished 3 days ago 4 min read

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan - Netflix

On June 6, the over-the-top site Netflix launched Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, which debuted in theaters on April 10, 2024. The film, starring Tiger Shroff and Akshay Kumar, was released in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Hindi. The Bollywood movie also features Ronit Roy, Sonakshi Sinha, Alaya F, Manushi Chhillar, and Prithviraj Sukumaran. Producers of the film include Zafar, Himanshu Kishan Mehra, Jackky Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh, and Vashu Bhagnani.

Gullak Season 4 - SonyLIV

In case you're a fan of TVF and still have nostalgic memories of Panchayat, don't forget to watch Gullak season 4, which debuted on SonyLIV on June 7. Additionally, Gullak is the first four-season Indian television program. The minute details of a middle-class family's everyday existence were expertly shown in the first three seasons. The fourth-season teaser teases the conflict between adulthood and parenthood in the Mishra household. It shows a disagreement between Aman's parents' way of thinking and how they think, which causes tension between them.

Maidaan - Amazon Prime Video

The Bollywood film Maidaan, starring Ajay Devgn, is currently accessible on the over-the-top service Amazon Prime Video. It was released on April 11, Eid. The life of renowned football coach Syed Abdul Rahim, who managed and coached the Indian football team from 1952 to 1962, is the subject of the movie. Rudranil Ghosh, Priyamani, and Gajraj Rao are also featured in Maidaan. Sourav Ganguly, who had advised audiences not to miss this engrossing cinematic experience, also praised the movie.

Hit Man - Netflix

Hit Man, a charming and enjoyable action-comedy romance on Netflix, is based loosely on a true incident. Glen Powell plays a mild-mannered philosophy professor whose life takes an unexpected turn when he begins working undercover for the police as a fictitious hitman.

Perfect Match Season 2 - Netflix

Netflix has brought back the well-liked dating reality series Perfect Match. With the release of Season 2, the highly popular Season 1 is returning. Nick Lachey will serve as the presenter, and 22 single people looking for love will be featured.

Gaanth, Chapter 1: Jamnaa Paar (June 11)- Jio Cinema

Gaanth, Chapter 1: Jamnaa Paar is a mystery thriller that follows disgraced police investigator Gadar Singh (Manav Vij) as he investigates a puzzling case of mass suicide against the eerie backdrop of East Delhi. Singh teams up with Sakshi Murmu (Monika Panwar), a talented psychiatric intern, and together they explore a maze of secrets, superstitions, and social illness. Their search for the truth reveals a network of crimes that spans decades, upending assumptions about reality.

Presumed Innocent (June 12)- Apple TV+

In the gripping courtroom thriller Presumed Innocent, Jake Gyllenhaal plays Rusty Sabich, a chief deputy prosecutor caught up in a murderous web of deceit. Rusty is named as the main suspect following the death of Carolyn Polhemus (Renate Reinsve), his former lover and coworker. Rusty fights to clear his name while navigating a labyrinth of political ambition and betrayal within the prosecuting attorney's office as the stakes in both his personal and professional life rise. It is a limited series based on the 1987 novel of the same name by Scott Turow.

Bridgerton season 3 part 2 (June 13)- Netflix

Bridgerton season 3, which has been much anticipated, keeps the attention on Nicola Coughlan's character Penelope Featherington as she at last comes of age. Following her confession of his feelings to her in the now-famous carriage during the last episode of Part 1, Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) will spend the rest of the season exploring her budding romance with Colin, her strained friendship with Eloise, and her double life as the elusive Lady Whistledown, who is about to go public.

The Boys season 4 (June 13)- Prime Video

The world is on the verge of anarchy as The Boys makes its fourth season return. The stakes are bigger than ever as Homelander watches over Victoria Neuman's ascent to the Oval Office. Billy Butcher struggles with losing Ryan and grows distant from his squad as he accepts his own mortality. To stop Homelander from consolidating his authority and stop the impending disaster, the squad needs to put aside their disagreements and come together. The Gen V spin-off and this season are connected, paving the way for a titanic confrontation. Among the stars of the program are Erin Moriarty, Jack Quaid, Karl Urban, and Antony Starr.

Maharaj (June 14)- Netflix

Aamir Khan's son Junaid Khan, making his acting debut, Jaideep Ahlawat, and Shalini Pandey feature in the historical drama Maharaj. In-depth details of the real life of journalist and women's rights activist Karsandas Mulji in colonial India are covered in the plot. The film tells the story of Mulji's quest for justice and the truth, which pushes him to confront influential people and social mores in the contentious Maharaj Libel Case of 1862. This judicial dispute, which originated from Mulji's rejection of religious dogma, generated discussion and attention across the country.

The Fall Guy (June 14)- Bookmyshow Stream

The Fall Guy, which is set against the glitzy yet ruthless backdrop of Hollywood, stars Ryan Gosling as seasoned stuntman Colt Seavers, whose career takes a drastic turn after an injury. Colt returns to the stunt industry 18 months after the accident to help his ex-girlfriend, now-director Jody Moreno (Emily Blunt), with her newest movie. Colt sets off on an exciting journey to locate the movie's principal actor, Tom Ryder (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), after things go horribly wrong when he unexpectedly disappears.

Joko Anwar’s Nightmare and Daydreams (June 14)- Netflix

This new Indonesian anthology series, which combines science fiction with the paranormal, is the brainchild of Joko Anwar and consists of seven interrelated episodes. Every installment dives into peculiar occurrences encountered by common individuals, and the tale expands to encompass the beginnings of our planet and impending dangers to humankind.

Ultraman: Rising (June 14)- Netflix

Ken Sato, a famous baseball player, returns to Japan to take on the role of Ultraman, the superhero that protects Earth, in the animated film Ultraman Rising. But raising a baby Kaiju—the child of his deadliest enemy—is not an easy task for Ken in this role. He deals with obstacles from the evil Kaiju Defense Force and his estranged father as he tries to manage his new roles as a hero and a surrogate parent.

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Sriparna Mallick

Looking to leverage my engineering expertise and strong writing skills to create impactful content in the writing industry. I'm here with the sports, fashion, life advice and other entertainment stuffs.

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