Ghost Lab, 11th Hour, Jalasamadhi and more

Ghost Lab, 11th Hour, Jalasamadhi and more

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If you’ve finished your lockdown and day-to-day chores (though we’ll all be down now because we’re stuck at home, well… oh, how wrong we all were), find more It’s a good way to relax before hitting the sack, so obviously OTT platforms are our only source of entertainment at the moment. However, with so many titles on so many OTT platforms to choose from, making a favorite can prove to be a hassle, one who certainly doesn’t like to embark on a spontaneous search for entertainment. This is where we come. Today, we present to you five titles from diverse genres, states and countries, which will help you easily fill the void at home while serving as good entertainment. Also Read – What to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime and ZEE5: Eden, Ek Mini Katha, Friends Reunion and more

Ghost Lab (Netflix)

The Thai horror film about two movies that became indefatigably obsessed about the search for scientific evidence to trace the existence of paranormal entities was making all the right noise, and is in Netflix’s much-anticipated release this month. is one of. Also Read – Ramprasad’s Tehravi, Nail Polish, Flight and more: Check out the highest rated Bollywood movies of 2021 on IMDB

High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Changed America (Netflix)

If you love all things early and have an interest in eras, cultures, travels and cuisines, this limited documentary promises to work up a good appetite for you. Also Read – Army Of The Dead: Did Geeta Finally Survive And Will She Return For Zack Snyder’s Sequel? Huma Qureshi scattered beans [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

Nail Bomber: Manhunt (Netflix)

Known as a gripping documentary about the infamous “Nail Bomber”, a far-right extremist who carried out the 1999 London bombings targeting minority communities, and the race to capture him .

11th Hour (Aha Telugu)

The Tamannaah Bhatia web series sees a business woman being targeted by several quarters, who wish to crush her achievements, which consists of eight episodes of only 20-35 minutes each, and is said to take place before You know it.

Jalasamadhi (Limelight Media)

Revolving around the practice of ‘thalaikuthal’ (killing or abandonment of elders till death in some parts of India), this award-winning Malayalam film has audiences looking for depth and poignancy.

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