Poonam Singh

The second week of March 2024 has a stellar line-up of captivating dramas and heart-warming tales on leading OTT platforms. 

From political thrillers and mythological action flicks to thought-provoking narratives, this week has in store something for everyone.

Here’s a perfect blend of movies and TV shows to satisfy all your binge-watching cravings:


Starring Emraan Hashmi, Naseeruddin Shah, and Mouni Roy, Showtime delves into the cutthroat world of Bollywood. The series explores the battle for power and fame, revealing the dark underbelly hidden beneath its glittering facade.

Release Date: March 8

Where to watch: Disney+Hotstar

Maharani 3

Maharani follows Rani Bharti (portrayed by Huma Qureshi), a housewife who is unexpectedly thrust into the role of Chief Minister in Bihar during the ‘90s. Season 3 delves deeper into her political journey, testing her resolve and leadership amid new challenges.

Release Date: March 7

Where to watch: SonyLIV


This dark fantasy adventure stars Millie Bobby Brown as Princess Elodie, whose fairy-tale ending turns into a nightmare when she becomes a sacrifice for the royal family. Trapped with a fire-breathing dragon, she must rely on her courage and wit to survive.

Release Date: March 8

Where to watch: Netflix

Ricky Stanicky

In this film, childhood friends Dean (Zac Efron), JT (Andrew Santino), and Wes (Jermaine Fowler) invent a fictional scapegoat, Ricky Stanicky, to excuse their past antics. When their significant others demand to meet Ricky, they enlist "Rock Hard" Rod (John Cena), whose committed performance turns their prank into a nightmare.

Release Date: March 7

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Lal Salaam

Lal Salaam' stars Vishnu Vishal, Vikranth and Senthil in the lead roles along with Superstar Rajnikanth seen in an extended cameo. The movie revolves around a reckless townsman, who tries to change his thug ways by proving himself to be worthy in the eyes of the same people who chased him away.

Release Date: March 8

Where to watch: Netflix


Set in Anjanandri village, 'Hanu-Man' follows the story of Hanumanthu (Teja Sajja), a playful young boy caught up in mischief. The oppressive landlords torment the villagers, prompting Hanumanthu to take a stand. A divine twist involving magical berries transforms him, granting extraordinary powers. Now, he faces the antagonist Michael (Vinay Rai) upon his return to the village.

Release Date: March 8

Where to watch: Zee5