Netflix July Top Five: What Did India Watch in July?

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Let’s face it. Quarantine has brought with it extreme amounts of binge-watching of movies and TV shows. And what better place is there to do that than Netflix? Netflix has some great shows for our binging needs, be it any genre or age group. Thus, a Netflix July top five list sounds like it was in the making.

That being said, July has actually been a month when a lot of shows came out – some doing great, and some, not so much. So, if you’re wondering which movies and TV shows were Netflix July top five, we got you covered:

Top 5 movies on Netflix:

365 Days

Netflix July top five / 365 days
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I mean, I don’t think anyone doubted that 365 Days would top the list last month. With the reputation of being raunchier than 50 Shades of Grey, this one had created quite the stir. But to disastrous results.

Watch 365 Days here or read our review.

Bulbbul

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Anushka Sharma’s masterpiece is a thrilling and heart-wrenching movie that drove me to tears a couple of times. With great performances from the cast, Bulbbul was easily one of the winners last month.

Watch Bulbbul here or read our review.

The Old Guard

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Charlize Theron as the badass semi-immortal warrior and her friends were a treat to watch. Although the movie sway and meander a bit, it had its moments.

Watch The Old Guard here or read our review.

MILF

MILF

Three friends in their 40s decide to have affairs with three much younger men, while on a trip to the south of France. Yeah, no wonder this one in on the Netflix July top five.

Watch MILF here or read our review.

Penalty

This 2019 movie starring Bijou Thaangjam, Shashank Arora and Kay Kay Menon follows the story of a Manipuri man who faces discrimination when he joins the Lucknow university soccer team.

Watch Penalty here.

Top 5 TV Shows on Netflix:

Dark

The mind-boggler of a show saw its last season in July, where it expertly tied up all of the loose ends and gave us a tear-jerker of an ending. Dark is a fantastic show, and if you haven’t watched it yet, I suggest you do so immediately!

Watch Dark here or read our review.

Friends

Friends
Friends

Always a favourite, Friends has been an all-time favourite when it comes to viewers. With funny episodes and great performances, this one has been a constant companion for many.

Watch Friends here.

Money Heist

Who doesn’t want to know what happened to the Professor after last season’s cliff-hanger? Well, that’s why Money Heist is on the list of Netflix July top five TV shows. Also, one more season is right around the corner!

Watch Money Heist here.

Dark Desire

Ah, another show with a lot of skin and not much story. The extremely-long series is drawn-out without much (or too much) plot points that confuses and angers you.

Watch Dark Desire here or read our review here.

Warrior Nun

A girl who discovers that she’s part of an ancient order of badass nuns? Yes please! Additionally, some very fine action sequences bring this to the Netflix July top five list.

Watch Warrior Nun here or read our review.

And that’s it for this list. Hopefully, you’ve seen most of these shows that India loved in July. If not, what are you waiting for? Also, if you want to check out what’s trending where check out FlixPatrol.

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