Netflix has so far announced three originals for March 2021, including Alankrita Srivastava’s Bombay Begums, which produced a film like ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’. Apart from this, Kiara Advani, who has been a part of the headlines for a long time, Indoo Ki Jawani and Gitanjali Rao’s animated film Bombay Rose which has also gone to the 2019 Venice Film Festival. The film was to be released in December, but its release was delayed due to the Corona era. The special thing is that both Bombay Begum and Bombay Rose are going to be released on 8 March on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
Let’s take a look at the content released on Netflix in March
1. BOMBAY BEGUMS – NETFLIX – MARCH 8
Bombay Begum on NETFLIX will be released on 8 March on the occasion of International Women’s Day. It is directed by Alankrita Srivastava and Borneela Chatterjee. While the series revolves around the characters Pooja Bhatt, Shahana Goswami, Plabita Borthakur, Amrita Subhash and Adhya Anand. This is a drama series, which depicts the stories of five different women who are against patriarchy. It plays its role opposite to the thinking of the society, under which their struggles will be shown in the series.
2. BOMBAY ROSE – NETFLIX- MARCH 8
Bombay Rose is India’s first animated film, which has also gone to the 2019 Venice Film Festival. The story of the film is based on a Muslim flower seller who falls in love with a Hindu girl. The story of this animated film is exactly like a spicy Bollywood film. Where there is romance, there is drama and there is action. The film is produced by Geetanjali Rao.
3. PAGGLAIT – NETFLIX- MARCH 27
The Sanya Malhotra starrer film ‘Paglat’ is directed by Umesh Bisht. The film stars Sanya as Sandhya, whose husband has died. But despite the death of her husband, she is not sad at all. This same dilemma is shown in the teaser of the film. The film will be released on Netflix on March 27.
4. INDOO KI JAWANI – NETFLIX March 2
Kiara Advani starrer film ‘Indu Ki Jawani’ is a comedy-drama film that accidentally starts dating a Pakistani boy through a dating app. You can watch this film on Netflix to find out how Indu’s mistake turns her love story into a transit story.