Poonam Singh

The last week of April 2023 has some most promising titles releasing on various OTT platforms. From Priyanka Chopra and Richard Madden's Citadel to Nani's Dasara and more.

Apart from these, this week also has Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia’s romantic drama Ved and Alaya F’s supernatural horror movie U-Turn. This week will also see the theatrical release of Mani Ratnam’s much-awaited sequel, Ponniyin Selvan Part 2 (PS2). 

Here is a list of intriguing web series movies you may watch this week on Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos, and other streaming platforms: 

The Good Bad Mother

This K-drama revolves around an ambitious prosecutor who after a tragic accident relapses his memory back to that of a child — forcing him and his mother to embark on a journey to heal their relationship.

Where to watch: Netflix

Release date: April 26

Sweet Tooth 2

After the much-loved season one of the series based on a comic book, Netflix is back with the adventures of Gus, a lovable young boy who is half-deer, half-human. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the fantasy drama follows Gus, and other 'hybrid' children who must escape from the men who want to experiment on them and kill them.

Where to watch: Netflix

Release date: April 27


One of the most-anticipated releases this week, Citadel, is a spy thriller series which evolves around a spy agency that erases the memory of its agents before it was destroyed by a new syndicate, Manticore. With their memories wiped, elite agents Mason Kane (Richard Madden) and Nadia Sinh (Priyanka Chopra Jonas) barely escaped with their lives. Eight years later, Mason’s former colleague, Bernard Orlick (Stanley Tucci), asks for his help to prevent Manticore from establishing a new world order.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Release date: April 28


After a successful run at the box-office, Nani and Kreethy Suresh’s Dasara will stream on Netflix this week. Set in Veerlapally village, the film revolves around Dharani (Nani) and Suri (Dheekshith Shetty), childhood friends who rob coal for a living. However, their lives are upended for reasons far beyond their control and they will never be the same.

Where to watch: Netflix

Release date: April 28


Riteish Deshmukh's directorial debut Ved is a remake of the 2019 Telugu-language romantic drama Majili. The film revolves around Satya (Riteish), who lives in a railway colony and dreams of playing cricket for the railways and eventually for the Indian national team. He falls deeply in love with Nisha (Jiya Shankar) with great passion. However, his life takes a drastic turn when a local politician creates turmoil in both Satya's personal and professional life. 

Where to watch: Disney+Hotstar

Release date: April 28


The supernatural horror movie is a remake of 2016 Kannada film by the same name. The plot revolves a journalist writing a story on a flyover where many accidents take place. Directed by Arif Khan, the film also features Priyanshu Painyuli.

Where to watch: ZEE5

Release date: April 28


Nivin Pauly and Nimisha Shajayan play the lead roles in this Malayalam period drama which revolves around the 'chappa' system widely practiced in the Cochin harbour in the 1940s and 50s. ‘The Harbour shows how two brothers end up on opposing sides of this system. One becomes the leader of an employer’s gang of thugs, while the other becomes an activist. All the while, the women in their family go hungry and the community is ravaged by violence and alcoholism,’ the plot reads. 

Where to watch: SonyLIV

Release date: April 28

Peter Pan & Wendy

The film is a retelling of J.M. Barrie’s timeless story of a kid who refused to grow up and persuaded three little siblings in London to travel with him on a fantastical journey to the mythical Neverland Island. 

Where to watch: Disney+Hotsar

Release date: April 28

Ponniyin Selvan Part 2 (PS2)

Mani Ratnam’s much-awaited sequel, Ponniyin Selvan Part 2 will be hitting the theatres this week. The story picks from Part I where Arulmozhi Varman is now continuing his journey of becoming Rajaraja I, the greatest ruler of the historic Chola empire of south India.

Where to watch: Theatres

Release date: 28 April