For the second month in a row, Netflix expanded its Indian catalog primarily through the addition of third-party titles, many of which returned after previously expiring from the streaming service. New original content added this month included a Hindi film, a real Kannada crime series and Kota factory Season 2. Here are all the new Indian movies and TV series added to Netflix in September 2021.
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New Indian Movies on Netflix: September 2021
Duration: 170 minutes
Director: Rahul rawali
To throw: Madhuri Dixit, Shah Rukh Khan, Tinnu Anand
Kind: Drama, Thriller | Added to Netflix: September 1st
An industrialist’s twisted obsession with a beautiful flight attendant costs him everything, until all that remains is a desire for revenge. Shah Rukh Khan won the 1994 Filmfare Award for “Best Performance by an Actor in a Negative Role” for his role in Anjaam. Madhuri Dixit was nominated for “Best Actress” for Anjaam but lost to herself for her performance in Hum Aapke Hain Koun ..! (also available on Netflix).
Duration: 118 minutes
Director: Vidhu Vinod Chopra
To throw: Sadia Khateeb, Aadil Khan, Zain Khan Durrani
Kind: Drama, History, Romance | Added to Netflix: September 1st
A three-decade love story follows a couple from their idyllic life in Kashmir to their forced relocation to a refugee camp in India. Kashmiri-born director Vidhu Vinod Chopra drew on his family’s own experience and the book Our moon has blood clots by Rahul Pandita, who co-wrote Shikarathe scenario of.
Duration: 106 minutes
Director: Nagesh Kukunoor
To throw: Hetal Gada, Krrish Chhabria, Vipin Sharma
Kind: Comedy, Drama, Well-being | Added to Netflix: September 2
Dhanak (“Rainbow“) is a hidden gem! 10-year-old Pari pledges her little brother Chotu to cure his blindness. When Pari sees his favorite movie star on a poster for a charity, she takes Chotu on a 300 km hike through the deserts of Rajasthan to meet the star on set and ask for his help. The siblings are absolutely adorable and the story is sweet and funny, with just enough danger to keep things interesting. C is a charming modern fairy tale.
Duration: 107 minutes
Director: Shanker Raman
To throw: Pankaj Tripathi, Akshay Oberoi, Aamir Bashir
Kind: Crime, Thriller | Added to Netflix: September 2
Drowned in gambling debt and sick of being neglected by her wealthy father in favor of her sister, Nikki hatches a plan to kidnap her sister Preet and extract the ransom money from their father. Of course, things aren’t going as smoothly as Nikki had expected in this neo-noir thriller.
Angamaly’s Journal (2017)
Duration: 132 minutes
Director: Lijo JosÃ© Pellissery
To throw: Antony Varghese, Sarath Kumar, Tito Wilson
Kind: Action, Comedy, Thriller | Added to Netflix: September 5
Angamaly’s Journal is back on Netflix. A group of childhood friends grow up to form a gang – led by ambitious Vincent Pepe (Antony Varghese) – to exert their influence over their hometown of Angamaly. Director Lijo Jose Pellissery chose 86 rookie actors for this story of romance, fighting and friendship.
Little Singham: Dark Shadow (2021)
Duration: 47 minutes
Director: Prakash Satam
To throw: Sumriddhi Shukla, Jigna Bharadwaj, Sonal Kaushal
Kind: Children, Animation | Added to Netflix: September 11th
Little Singham’s inner strength is put to the test when he is forced to fight his demonic nemesis Kaal without his superpowers.
Tughlaq Durbar (2021)
Languages ââ: Tamil and Telugu
Duration: 145 minutes
Director: Delhiprasad Deenadayalan
To throw: Vijay Sethupathi, Parthiban, Raashi Khanna
Kind: Social drama | Added to Netflix: September 11th
Vijay Sethupathi plays Singam, an aspiring politician with a traumatic childhood. Just as Singam wins the favor of a powerful but corrupt lawmaker named Rayappan, a head injury creates an alter ego in Singam’s mind: a vigilante dedicated to exposing crooked politicians.
Ankahi Kahaniya (2021) N
Duration: 110 minutes
Directors: Ashwini Iyer Tiwari, Abhishek Chaubey, Saket Chaudhary
To throw: Abhishek Banerjee, Rinku Rajguru, Kunal Kapoor
Kind: Romance, Drama, Anthology | Added to Netflix: September 17
Ankahi Kahaniya (“Untold Stories“) is an anthology film which is actually categorized as a single movie, unlike other recent Netflix anthologies which have been subdivided into segments. Three talented directors, including Abhishek Chaubey, who directed a segment of the Original series of June Ray – tell tales of blossoming romance, infidelity and a man in love with a model.
Avvai Shanmughi (1996)
Duration: 161 minutes
Director: KS Ravikumar
To throw: Kamal Haasan, Meena, Gemini Ganesan
Kind: Comedy | Added to Netflix: September 20
In this remake of Mrs. Doubtfire, Kamal Haasan plays a divorced father who disguises himself as an old woman and works as a nanny in order to spend time with his daughter. Avvai shanmughi is directed by KS Ravikumar and written by the deliciously named Crazy Mohan.
Duration: 175 minutes
Director: S. Shankar
To throw: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Prashanth, Nassar
Kind: Romantic comedy | Added to Netflix: September 20
The three main actors of jeans play dual roles. When Father Nachiappan (who has a twin brother named Pechiappan) learns that his son Visu (who has a twin brother named Ramu) has fallen in love with Madhu, he forbids marriage on the grounds that his sons must marry a pair of identical twins. . So Madhu invents a fake twin sister named Vaishnavi for Ramu in order to buy Visu time to change Nachiappan’s mind. jeans was India’s 1998 Oscar submission in the “Best Foreign Language Film” category, although it ultimately did not get a nomination.
Minsara Kanavu (1997)
Duration: 153 minutes
Director: Rajiv menon
To throw: Kajol, Prabhu Deva, Arvind Swamy
Kind: Comedy, Drama, Romance | Added to Netflix: September 20
Thomas reunites with his childhood friend Priya and falls in love with her, but she wants to become a nun. Thomas uses Deva’s help to persuade Priya to give up her holy ambitions, only for Deva and Priya to fall in love with each other. Minsara Kanavu features an original soundtrack by AR Rahman.
New Indian TV Series on Netflix: September 2021
Luv Kushh (2012)
To throw: Sonam shekhawat
Kind: Children, Animated | Added to Netflix: September 2
This animated series follows the exploits of the energetic brothers Luv and Kushh, the twin sons of Lord Rama and Sita who appear in the latest book of Ramayana.
To throw: Bajrangbali Singh, Gaurav Ghatnekar, Chandan Anand
Kind: Drama, epic | Added to Netflix: September 15th
After the battle of the Mahabharata, the god Chitragupta judges the participants. Each episode features a different character recounting their role in the war.
Raja Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyan (2014)
To throw: Manwendra’s Tripathy
Kind: Food, History, Documentary | Added to Netflix: September 15th
The documentary series Raja Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyan (“Kings, kitchens and other stories“) examines the cultural significance and historical influences on the food of eleven different regions of India, with particular attention to royal culinary habits.
Stories of Rabindranath Tagore (2015)
To throw: Radhika Apte, Atul Srivastava, Bhanu Uday
Kind: Drama, Period piece | Added to Netflix: September 15th
Fans of the terrific Netflix Original black comedy Ludo want to discover the previous television project by director Anurag Basu, Stories of Rabindranath Tagore. Over 26 episodes, Basu brings 20 classic novels and short stories to life by Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore. Each story has its own background score, and authentic costumes were used to set the Bengal mood in the 1920s.
Criminal Stories: Indian Detectives (2021) N
Kind: Documentary, True Crime | Added to Netflix: September 22
Viewers follow Bengaluru Police (aka Bangalore) as they investigate four real crimes, from kidnapping to murder. The series’ dialogue is mostly in Kannada, but Hindi and English language options are also available.
Kota plant (2021) N
To throw: Mayur More, Jitendra Kumar, Ranjan Raj
Kind: Comedy, Drama | Added to Netflix: September 24
Netflix has taken over the web-series Kota factory after its first season, increasing the budget for a second season of black and white comedy / drama. Prospective engineering students are back for another round of courses designed to help them pass their college entrance exams, grappling with tough decisions and raging hormones along the way.
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