What To Watch This Week: From Aavesham to All Of Us Strangers, here's a list of OTT releases

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Bodkin: Netflix (May 9)

Will Forte, Siobhán Cullen, Robyn Cara and more star in this English dark comedy thriller television series from British writer Jez Scharf. The series will revolve around podcasters set out to investigate the mysterious disappearance of three strangers in an idyllic Irish town.

Murder in Mahim: Jio Cinema (May 10)

This Hindi crime series stars Vijay Raaz, and Ashutosh Rana in lead roles, and is helmed by Raj Acharya. The series will be about a cop (Shivajirao Jende) and his ex-journalist friend (Peter Fernandes) who tackle a Mumbai murder. Adapted from a hot book by Jerry Pinto, the case exposes dark secrets and strains their rekindled bond.

Romeo: Aha Tamil (May 10)

A Tamil rom-com directed by Vinayak Vaithianathan, Romeo stars Vijay Antony and Mirnalini Ravi in lead roles. The film tells the story of an aspiring actor who marries a businessman due to familiar pressures. Whether the husband and his comical acts win her heart or not forms the crux of the story.

Aavesham: Prime Video (May 9)

Fahadh Faasil plays the lead role in this Malayalam action comedy film helmed by Jithu Madhavan. The film tells the story of three teens come to Bangalore for their engineering education and get involved in a fight. They find a local gangster to help them.

Geethanjali Malli Vachindhi: Aha (May 8)

A sequel to the 2014 film Geethanjali, this Telugu horror comedy, stars Anjali, Srinivasa Reddy, Sunil, Satyam Rajesh and others. Helmed by Shiva Turlapati, the film features a movie unit venturing into a haunted mansion, unaware of the true dangers. They're shocked to experience supernatural incidents that mirror their script.

Abbabba: Prime Video (May 8)

Helmed by KM Chaitanya, this Kannada comedy film stars Dhanraj Acharya, Sudha Belawadi, Sihi Kahi Chandru, Amrutha Iyengar and more. When Dileep's girlfriend is in trouble, a stranger named Akhila offers to help, but only if Dileep helps sneak her into his hostel for 5 minutes. However, those 5 minutes spiral into an endless escapade.

All Of Us Strangers: Disney+ Hotstar (May 8)

Starring Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott in lead roles, the British romantic fantasy film is helmed by Andrew Haigh, based on Taichi yamada's 1987 novel, Strangers. A lonely screenwriter named Adam encounters a mysterious neighbour, Harry. As they develop a relationship, Adam starts experiencing visions of his parents, who died years ago.

Undekhi Season 3: Sony LIV (May 10)

A Hindi crime-thriller series, Undekhi stars Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Surya Sharma, Harsh Chhaya, Anchal Singh, and Ankur Rathee among others. he series exposes the stark divide in society. Powerful elites believe they're untouchable, while the downtrodden fight for justice after enduring years of suffering. They rise up to take their fate into their own hands.

Mother of the Bride: Netflix (May 9)

Brooke Shields plays the titular character, who discovers that her daughter's fiance's father is her college boyfriend. An English rom-com also starring Miranda Cosgrove and Bejamin Bratt in lead roles, the film is directed by Mark Waters.

8 A.M. Metro: ZEE5 (May 10)

Saiyami Kher and Gulshan Devaiah play a man and a woman, who develop an unlikely friendship after meeting on a railway platform. The Hindi drama film is helmed by Raj Rachakonda.

Under The Bridge: Disney+ Hotstar (May 8)

An English crime thriller, this series stars Lilly Gladstone and Riley Keough as they uncover the mystery behind the disappearance of a 14-year-old who went to a party with friends but never came home. The series is an adaptation of Rebecca Godfrey's 1997 eponymous book.Catarina de Morais

Gadera: ZEE5 (May 10)

This Hindi historical drama film, helmed by Yogesh Vats, is set in the 1912 and stars Catarina de Morais in the lead. Driven by greed, the British embark on a Himalayan expedition in colonial India. Yet, the Kumaoni and Garhwali people retaliate, highlighting the grave consequences of imperial ambition through guerrilla warfare.