From Tom Hiddleston's Loki to Vidya Balan's Sherni, Here's All OTT Releases That Are Gonna Keep You Hooked For June!

Wondering what to watch next; we have curated a list series and film to look out for - The Family Man Season 2, Skater Girl, Jagdambe Thandiram among others to soon release on the OTT platform.

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From Tom Hiddleston's Loki to Vidya Balan's Sherni, Here's All OTT Releases That Are Gonna Keep You Hooked For June!
The pandemic had a substantial effect on the film industry but it has not stopped them from creating content and keeping their audience entertained. OTT’s have taken over the industry and are again bouncing back with their impactful content. So we are here to lessen your work of scrolling to search for what to watch. Check out the following list of some great content that will keep you entertained for June.

The Family Man Season 2 On Amazon Prime Video: June 4

The first season of The Family Man starring Manoj Bajpayee and Priyamani, among other amazing actors has received so much love from the audience. The trailer and engaging storyline of the second season with some outstanding scenes that we saw in the trailer is something that you should look forward to.

Sunflower on Zee5: June 11

Sunflower starring Sunil Grover is a crime thriller comedy and a quirky murder mystery based in a housing society called Sunflower. Actor Sunil Grover aka Sonu dives into this murder mystery and becomes a chief suspect. The series is expected to give the audience a murder mystery that too with a twist.

Skater Girl on Netflix: June 11

The movie is based on a teen girl in rural India where she discovers a life-changing passion for Skateboarding which leads her to a road full of obstacles before achieving her dream. The movie stars Rachel Saanchita Gupta, Amy Maghera, Shafin Patel.

Loki: June 9

The wait for fans will be finally over on 9th June when the third season from Marvel, Loki will start streaming. Starring Tom Hiddleston, the web series from Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of the biggest releases for June.

Ray on Netflix: June 25

Ray is an anthology series of short films which are based on the literary work of the most exceptional Satyajit Ray. The series consists of satire and psychological thriller. And the cast is the Cherry on the cake. It has an ensemble cast including Manoj Bajpayee, Kay Kay Menon, Gajraj Rao, Harshvardhan Kapoor, and Radhika Madan amongst others.

Sherni on Amazon Prime Video: June 18

Sherni starring Vidya Balan is an investigation/ thriller drama set in the forests, where Vidya is into finding some major secrets. The movie is directed by Newton Fame Amit Masurkar. This female-centric film might make an example of perfection when we look at its posters and trailer.

Sweet Tooth on Netflix: 4 June

Sweet Tooth on Netflix is based on DC Vertigo’s Sweet Tooth Comic Book. The show is based on uncertain adventures in a post-apocalyptic world, where a boy who’s half-human and half-deer looks for a new beginning along with a gruff protector. This one has to be on your list for its amazing storyline.

Luca on Disney+ Hotstar: June 18

This animated show is based on two boys, one of them is a sea monster. Both of them enjoy their summer days on the seaside of the town Italian Riviera. It is produced by Pixar Animation Studios Motion Pictures and will be released on June 18.

Awake on Netflix: June 9

Awake is based on the life of an ex-military soldier who fights to save her family and society from a global event that wipes out humanity’s ability to sleep. It stars Gina Rodriguez and Ariana Greenbay in pivotal roles. The film releases on June 9.

Jagdambe Thandiram on Netflix: June 18

This one is already making a lot of noise since it's the announcement. Directed by Kartik Subbaraj, the movie was slated for a theatrical release but now it is opting for OTT. The movie stars Dhanush, Aishwarya Lekshmi, and James Cosmo in pivotal roles. And now it is slated to release on Netflix on June 18.

Fatherhood on Netflix: June 18

Fatherhood is a comedy-drama based on the life of a father who struggles to raise his daughter after the death of her mother. Based on the 2011 memoir, Two Kisses for Maddy: A Memoir of Loss and Love by Matthew Logelin, Fatherhood releases on June 18.

That's all folks, stay home, stay safe, take that big bowl of popcorn and have fun watching this amazing content coming right away.

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