Top 6 shows and movies you should watch this weekend

Last weekend, moviegoers had very few options to choose from in terms of new content but this week the OTT platforms are presenting a wider offer of titles. For those looking to watch a comedy special, Netflix has released two stand-up specials – Kapil Sharma’s I’m Not Done Yet and Aziz Ansari’s Nightclub Comedian. Korean zombie drama All of Us Are Dead, on Netflix, is sure to be your next obsession.

Kapil Sharma I’m Not Done Yet : Netflix

Kapil Sharma I’m Not Done Yet is streaming on Netflix. (Picture: Netflix)

Comedian-actor Kapil Sharma made his digital debut with the Netflix comedy show “Kapil Sharma I’m Not Done Yet”. According to critics, the show is a treat for those who are die-hard fans of Kapil’s comedy style. On the show, you’ll hear Kapil poking fun at some of the public incidents in his life, including his infamous tweet to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The show also features his wife Ginni Chatrath and his co-stars from The Kapil Sharma Show, including Bharti Singh and Krushna Abhishek.

Read Kapil Sharma’s I’m Not Done Yet review here.

Titanium: Mubi

The horror thriller Titane is directed by Julia Ducournau who won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival last year for the film. It stars Agathe Rousselle, Vincent Lindon and Garance Marillier in key roles. For Rohan Naahar of, the film is “confrontal yet compelling” and as you will watch it, “it will make you squirm”.

Read the Titanium review here.

We’re All Dead: Netflix

We're All Dead Series Netflix Korea’s All of Us Are Dead show. (Photo: NetflixKR/Twitter)

Netflix’s new South Korean zombie horror drama is called The New Squid Game. The 12-episode Korean series has a zombie virus outbreak in a high school. “The trapped students must fight their way – or become one of the enraged infected,” reads the official description for the series. “Bullet-paced and emotionally resonant when needed, Netflix’s new Korean zombie show delivers an immensely capable 12 hours of television,” wrote Rohan Naahar of in his review of the web series.

Read the All of Us Are Dead review here.

The after party: Apple TV Plus

The Afterparty features a row of talented comedic actor killers. (Picture: AppleTV+)

Christopher Miller’s comedy-drama has a detective, played by Tiffany Haddish, investigating a murder at a high school reunion. He interviews each guest and each guest’s investigation makes an episode. It also stars Sam Richardson, Zoë Chao, Ben Schwartz, Ike Barinholtz, Ilana Glazer, Dave Franco, Jamie Demetriou and John Early. According to our reviewer, “The Apple TV+ show is a nice addition to the new wave of murder mysteries we’re seeing right now.”

Read The Afterparty review here.

Nightclub comedian: Netflix

The Netflix stand-up special features comedian Aziz Ansari where he talks about living with the pandemic over the past two years instead of taking celebrity shots, which he usually does in his stand-up specials. Reviewing the show, Rohan Naahar wrote, “Intimate and understated, Netflix’s surprise stand-up special continues the dramatic evolution of the star comedian.”

Read the Nightclub Comedian review here.

Brother Daddy: Disney Plus Hotstar

With Mohanlal and Prithviraj in the lead roles, Bro Daddy revolves around two lovers living in a live-in relationship. The young girl becomes pregnant and the couple struggles to tell the truth to their family. Billed as a comedy, the film also stars Meena, Lalu Alex, Murali Gopy, Kaniha and Soubin. The movie doesn’t offer anything you haven’t seen before. So, you can stream it if you are a hardcore Mohanlal or Prithviraj fan.

Read Bro Daddy’s review here.

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