What To Watch This Week of September 11 to 17: Bambai Meri Jaan, Kaala, A Haunting In Venice, And More

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Most of us are still in the Jawan hangover and then there are those who still haven’t watched Shah Rukh Khan and Nayanthara starrer action film. While many are planning to catch Jawan this week, the ones who have already watched it (like me) are wondering what to watch this week of September 11 to 17. But fret not, I’ve made it easy for you to pick your weekend watch or weekday watch by putting together this list of all the new shows and films that are releasing this week.

Bambai Meri Jaan (Prime Video)

Produced by Excel Entertainment, this 10-episodic crime thriller series starring Kay Kay Menon, Avinash Tiwary, Kritika Kamra, Amyra Dastur and Nivedita Bhattacharya will premiere on the OTT platform Prime Video on September 14.

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Kaala (Disney+ Hotstar)

Directed by Bejoy Nambiar, Kaala is a crime thriller series that revolves around reverse hawala. Starring Avinash Tiwary, Nivetha Pethuraj, Hiten Tejwani, Rohan Vinod Mehra and Taher Shabbir, this series will released on Disney+ Hotstar on September 15.

Love At First Sight (Netflix)

Starring Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy in lead roles this romantic comedy film directed by Vanessa Caswill is based on Jennifer E. Smith’s 2011 novel The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight. The film will stream on Netflix from September 15 onwards. It also stars Dexter Fletcher, Sally Philips, Jameela Jamil and Rob Delaney.

Once Upon A Crime (Netflix)

This Japanese comedy film starring Kanna Hashimoto, Yuko Araki and Takanori Iwata revolves around fairy tale characters. Little Red Riding Hood is at the royal ball with Cinderella until she lands in the middle of a mystery and races against time to solve it before the clock strikes midnight but will she be able to do it? Find out on Netflix on September 14.

Miseducation (Netflix)

Starring Buntu Petse in the lead role, Miseducation revolves around a social media influencer who faces public humiliation and gets cancelled after her mother lands in a legal soup due to her corrupt dealings. The influencer then enrols in a university to get back her social status and reinvent herself. The series will begin streaming on Netflix from September 15 onwards.

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Surviving Summer Season 2 (Netflix)

After being expelled from school, a teenager from Brooklyn, Summer Torres, goes to live in a small town in Victoria and ends up falling in love with the town and in love with someone in the town as well. This teen drama has been renewed for season 2 and will premiere on Netflix on September 15.

The Kidnapping Day (Prime Video)

Starring Yoon Kye-sang and Park Sung-hoon, this Korean drama is a black comedy series that will premiere on Prime Video on September 13. The story revolves around a couple that kidnaps the daughter of a rich couple only to find out that her parents are dead after their ransom calls go unattended.

A Haunting In Venice (Theatres)

Directed by Kenneth Branagh, this supernatural mystery film is a sequel to Death on the Nile and the third film of the detective Hercule Poirot franchise. Based on Agatha Christie’s 1969 novel Hallowe’en Party, this film starring Kenneth Branagh, Kyle Allen, Jamie Dornan, Camille Cottin and more will release in the theatres on September 15.

Barbie: A Touch Of Magic (Netflix)

This animated series follows two sisters, Barbie “Malibu” Roberts and Barbie “Brooklyn” Roberts as they come across a baby Pegasus and set out on a journey to unravel the mystery of where the magical horse came from and help him find his way back home with some help from Ken. It is scheduled to release on Netflix on September 14.

Barbie (Apple TV/Prime Video)

Greta Gerwig’s fantasy comedy-drama is making its way to OTT with Apple TV on September 12. Starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in lead roles, this film is a satire that takes on performative feminism and shows the world the mirror. You can also rent the film on Prime Video.

FYI, episode 5 of The Wheel Of Time Season 2 will drop on Friday, September 15 on Prime Video.

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Episode 7 of Only Murders In The Building Season 3 will also release on Disney+ Hotstar on September 12.

What are you waiting for? Go add these to your watchlist for the week!

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