5 underrated hidden gems to stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime video and Disney+ Hotstar
Riya Yadav, INN/Gwalior, @infodeaofficial
With OTT platforms bringing new and original content to our home screens almost on a daily basis, it’s given that a few deserving watches are missed in a deluge of shows.
There’s a high possibility that there exists a feature that will strike a chord with you more than a popular, much talked about web series does.
The British Sitcom, created and written by Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge, follows the lives of six twenty-somethings.
They are not a group of friends hanging out in a living room or a bar; instead, they put up in a disused hospital, acting as property guardians and spread out over several huge rooms.
Fruitvale Station (2013)
The biological drama is based on true events that led to the death of Oscar Grant, a 22 year old African – American, at Fruitvale distinct station in Oakland.
He was shot by the BART police on New Year’s Day of 2009 while responding to a brawl between Grant and a jail inmate.
The light-hearted coming of age series follows the life of Dravid, a 20-year-old college student.
While he has a summer job as a tennis instructor at the red Oaks Country Club, he is constantly reminded by his family, teachers, and everyone around, about how he should focus on his grades and making a concrete plan for his future.
Before your thoughts wander off to the MTV reality show, this Amazon Prime series is nothing like it. Produced by Cameron Crowe and JJ Abrahms, the drama features a rock band on a successful tour.
Nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 90th Oscar awards, The Breadwinner is based on a storytelling novel by the same name.
The one-hour thirty-minute feature journal describes the life of Parvana, a spirited 11year old Afghan girl living with her physically impaired father. hers is take-off oppression, revolutionary conduct, and filial responsibilities.