In pics: July guide for binge-watch - Stranger Things', 'Vikram' & more!

Updated: Jul 02, 2022, 05:01 PM(IST)

Another month means a new batch of movies and shows coming our way to entertain us and this month we have a few interesting and big ones!

Here we've combined all the shows and movies releasing on OTT and theatres in July. 

Ranveer vs Wild - Netflix

Watch Ranveer Singh and his wild journey with Bear Grylls in a new adventure special 'Ranveer VS Wild with Bear Grylls`

The show is streaming on Netflix.

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Stranger Things S4 part 2

Sadly, 'Stranger Things' has finally come to an end, and all the die-hard fans are all set to wave goodbye with an exciting last-time watch. 

The second part of the show is streaming now on Netflix.

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Uncharted

After smashing box office records, Tom Holland & Mark Wahlberg's action-adventure 'Uncharted' is all set to release on Netflix. 

The film will release on July 8. 

 

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Samrat Prithviraj

Akshay Kumar's much-awaited period drama 'Samrat Prithviraj' was released in theatres in May this year. And, now the film is premiering on Amazon Prime. So, those who missed the film in theatres, can catch the film now. 

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Vikram - Hotstar

Starring Ulaganayagan aka Universal Hero Kamal Haasan, Vikram has turned out to be a massive box office blockbuster earning more than Rs 400 crore at the box office and is soon to enter the 500 crore club. And now the film is premiering on Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada languages. 

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The Gray Man

Ryan Gosling & Chris Evans's highly anticipated film, ‘The Gray Man’ will release this month only on Netflix. The action spy thriller directed by Anthony and Joe Russo also marks the Hollywood debut of Indian star Dhanush.

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Koffee with Karan

Karan Johar aka KJo is coming back with his popular celebrity chat show 'Koffee with Karan'. He shared that the seventh season of the talk show will arrive on Disney+ Hotstar on July 7.

 

(Photograph:Instagram)

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