'Radhe' to 'Minari' : Movies and shows to binge-watch this weekend

Written By: Pragati Awasthi | Updated: May 15, 2021, 04:19 PM IST

Amid India facing worst COVID-19 wave, many states are under curfew and observing partial or full lockdown. In such a condition, we suggest staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from the deadly virus.

So while you stay safe, here's what you can binge-watch at your home this weekend.


Oscar-winning Korean film ‘Minari’ is currently premiering on OTT platform, Amazon Prime Video. The movie's plot revolves around a South Korean immigrant family, trying to make it in the rural United States in the 1980s. This film stars Steven Yeun and is written and directed by Lee Isaac Chung.


Radhe Salman

Salman Khan returned with his fierce look once again this Eid with 'Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai'. The Prabhu Deva directorial released on  DTH services, OTT platform on Zee Plex and in selected theatres on May 13. 



The Underground Railroad

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Colsen Whitehead, 'The Underground Railroad'. Helmed by Oscar-winning movie 'Moonlight' director Barry Jenkins, follows the story of Cora (Thuso Mbedu), an enslaved woman hoping to find liberation. The movie is currently streaming on Amazon Prime.


A still from 'Fifty Shades of Grey' film

The first film of the series 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is coming to Netflix this weekend. The series introduced Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele and Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey.

The story follows the story of Anastasia, a literature student who does a favour for her roommate Kate by performing an interview with the wealthy Christian Grey.


The Last Hour

Amit Kumar directorial series 'The Last Hour' is currently filming on Amazon Prime. Sanjay Kapoor, Raima Sen starrer series follows the story of a  mysterious young shaman, on the run protecting a secret gift, joins hands with a seasoned city cop to hunt down a dangerous figure from his dark past. But when he falls for the cop's young daughter, he is torn between duty and love.