Once a lone bounty hunter, Din Djarin has reunited with Grogu and their journey through the Star Wars galaxy continues. Meanwhile, the New Republic struggles to lead the galaxy away from its dark history.
Mohanlal plays Kalidas, a man living alone in a Kochi apartment during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Starring Sharmila Tagore and Manoj Bajpayee in key roles, Gulmohar revolves around the Batra family as they decide to move out of their house of 34 years and rediscover the relationships their home is built upon.
By centring Chang Can Dunk around an Asian teenager, director Jingyi Shao adds a twist to the sports drama of the 90s.
The K-drama revolves around the life and antics of Shin Sung-han (Cho Seung-woo, Stranger), a pianist who decides to become a divorce lawyer after facing a personal tragedy.
Directed by Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan, Thalaikoothal follows a man's struggles to keep his comatose father alive.
Directed by Jamie Payne, the film follows detective John Luther, played by Idris Elba, who breaks out of prison to catch a brutal serial killer who is terrorising London.
The much-awaited second part of The Glory, featuring eight new episodes, premiers on March 10. Dong-eun (Song Hye-kyo) continues her vengeance on the woman who brutally bullied her in high school.
A flight attendant and her business partner plan to steal diamonds and free themselves from the grips of a loan shark. However, their heist soon turns into a hostage situation.
Cannes-winning actress Jeon Do-yeon is back on Netflix after her last release Crash Course in Romance, this time as an assassin.
The series witnesses a problem solver stuck neck-deep in his own mess. Directed by Karan Anshuman and Suparn Verma, Rana Naidu is an adaptation of the 2013 American crime drama Ray Donovan.
When a group of mercenaries take families hostage on Christmas Eve, they aren’t expecting Santa to come save the day. David Harbour plays Mr. Claus as the most combative Santa we have ever seen.
When the African kingdom of Dahomey is under attack, its king turns towards their land’s most deadly weapon: a group of all-female warriors, led by General Nanisca (Viola Davis).
In 1950s London, a civil servant decides to take a break from work to experience life after receiving a grim diagnosis. The movie is directed by Oliver Hermanus and stars Bill Nighy.
Stella Hopkins’ directorial debut deals with memories and hallucinations, an amalgamation of which reveals a history of trauma and distress. The movie stars Anthony Hopkins and Lisa Pepper.