Netflix India Announces More Than 40 New Titles That’ll Definitely Make You Say Wow!

It’s just the third month of 2021 and Netflix India has bestowed upon us a lot of list of new shows, movies and documentaries. Yesterday, on its social media page, the digital platform teased people with #AbMenuMeinSabNew. Well, if you think 2020 was the only year when they released some amazing content, you are mistaken. Read further to know everything exciting that’s coming this year.

Netflix India divided their new content in three parts – Films 2021, Series 2021 and Real 2021. The total number is 41. Let’s talk about the films first. We already know that Kartik Aaryan-starrer Dhamaka will be releasing soon as they shared the teaser recently. Apart from that, there are many big movies like Taapsee Pannu and Vikrant Massey-starrer Haseen Dilruba, Dhanush’s Jagame Thandhiram, Pagglait starring Sanya Malhotra, Sanya and Abhimanyu Dassani’s Meenakshi Sundareshwar, Arjun Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh’s film Sardar Ka Grandson and many such films.

Coming to shows, they announced many fresh shows. One of them is Kapil Sharma’s much-awaited comedy show whose details are yet to come out. Along with that, there’s Madhuri Dixit-starrer Finding Anamika, R. Madhavan’s comedy series Decoupled, Aranyak featuring Raveena Tandon, a thriller story titled Yeh Kaali Kaali Aankhein, Radhika Madan’s Feels Like Ishq, Mai, and Ray to name a few.

Netflix India also announced the new seasons of some of India’s most loved and popular web shows. Get ready to watch Kota Factory Season 2, Little Things Season 4, Mismatched Season 2, Masaba Masaba Season 2, She Season 2, Delhi Crime Season 2, Jamtara Season 2, etc.

Now coming to part 3 – Real 2021 by Netflix India. They will have The Big Day: Collection 2 releasing this year. There’s also Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives Season 2 and Social Currency. Kapil Sharma’s show and a documentary on Maa Anand Sheela and many new reality-based series will hit the digital platform as well.

The digital platform captioned their post of movies’ announcement as – “PICTURES ABHI BAAKI HAI MERE DOST!
Love, laughs, chills, thrills, spills, kills and broken dils. Presenting our menu for films in 2021
.
AbMenuMeinSabNew
“.

Drama series chahiye?
Comedy series chahiye?
Thriller? Suspense? Horror? Family?
Menu pe sab kuch hai!
A look at the series we’re bringing to your table in 2021!

AbMenuMeinSabNew
,” Netflix India wrote for the post on the series announcement.

For Real 2021, they captioned the video, “We’re putting the asli in ASLI SWAAD AB AAYEGA!
Here’s a taste of the reality shows, documentaries, and stand-up comedy specials we are serving you in 2021.
#AbMenuMeinSabNew
“.

Check out the announcement videos by Netflix India below:

Well, that’s a lot to watch. Clearly, most people will find themselves binging a lot this year. The good news is the abundance of releases is not happening in India but even worldwide with many international shows and movies.

Fans will get to see their favourites such as Kartik Aaryan, Taapsee Pannu, Madhuri Dixit, Mithila Palkar, Rohit Saraf, Arjun Kapoor and many such talents in some compelling projects.

Are you looking forward to these new series, movies and reality dramas on Netflix? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Pooja Darade
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