'Toofan' to 'Never Have I Ever': July guide for binge-watch

Updated: Jul 05, 2021, 10:03 PM(IST)

Another month means another new batch of movies and shows coming to entertain us. Here we've combined all the shows and movies releases on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+ this July.

Never Have I Ever

This popular series centres around an American student of Indian origin, who wants to elevate her social status after a particularly difficult year. Created by Mindy Kaling, the show highlights various lessons that Devi (the protagonist) learns within and outside the school campus. 



Streaming on: Amazon Prime
Streaming date: June 16

Farhan Akhtar sports film which is being helmed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra will release on Amazon Prime this month. The film shows Farhan as a boxer and covers his journey from a goon in Dongri to a national level boxer. 



Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness

Streaming on: Netflix
Streaming date: July 8

'Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness' is an upcoming Japanese horror-action CGI original net animation series based on the Resident Evil franchise by Capcom. The series stars Resident Evil 2 protagonists Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield.


Monsters at Work

Streaming on: Disney+Hotstar
Streaming date: July 7

It is a spin-off of the Monsters, Inc. franchise, the city of Monstropolis is making the transition to be fuelled by the sound of laughter. Tylor Tuskmon, a recent Scare Major graduate from Monsters University, working as a mechanic in the Facilities Team, dreams of working alongside his idols, Mike Wazowski and James P. "Sulley" Sullivan


The Twilight Saga

Streaming on: Netflix
Streaming date: July 16

The all Twilight Saga movie is coming to Netflix this month, the famous series spanning from 2008 to 2012, consists of five vampire-themed romance fantasy films




Streaming on: Amazon Prime
Streaming date: 5 July

Young actress Anna Ben starrer Amazon recent outing 'Sara's'. The movie follows the story of Sara, an associate director in the film industry, who wants to make a film of her own and not decides to have children, but things turn differently for her. 



Streaming on: Amazon Prime
Streaming date: July 15

Fahadh Faasil’s 'Malik' was scheduled to hit the theatres along with Mohanlal’s 'Marakkar' on May 13 this year, but was postponed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the movie is set to release on a streaming platform. 


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