Binge Guide: What to watch on OTT platforms this weekend

Our pick of the best OTT content for the weekend [Apr 1, 2022]

From watching a Bollywood actor’s swan song to a Marvel’s superhero movie with a twist, this weekend’s binge guide has a lot going for it. We however don’t want you wasting a second wondering where to start or what to watch. So here’s a handy guide on the best new shows or movies to catch up this weekend across popular OTT streaming platforms.

Prime Video

Sharmaji Namkeen
It is a story of a retired man who sets out on a path of self-discovery. While that in itself doesn’t sound all that exciting, Sharmaji Namkeen is the last time you’re going to see veteran actor Rishi Kapoor in his element. 
This is a romantic comedy with a twist, starring Cole Sprouse and Lana Condor. It is the story of the lead pair who embark on a journey together to reunite with their significant other. The lively journey takes them unexpectedly off course, leading them to an amazing ending.

Disney+ Hotstar

Moon Knight
A former US marine suffering from dissociative identity disorder finds himself thrust into a deadly war of ancient Egyptian gods as he struggles to come to terms with his vigilante alter ego. Oscar Isaac plays the latest superhero in this Marvel origin story as he eventually becomes a conduit for the Egyptian moon god Khonshu.
Kaun Pravin Tambe?
When you think leg-spinner and Rajasthan Royals, the legendary Shane Warne comes to mind. But there’s another player who is a legend in his own right – Pravin Tambe. The oldest player ever to play in the IPL is the subject of a biopic. Directed by Jayprad Desai, actor Shreyas Talpade plays the titular role.


The Bubble
Netflix is teaming up with Judd Apatow for a spoof film inside a real film. The Bubble is about a group of actors stuck in a pandemic bubble while shooting Cliff Beasts 6. With  a star cast that includes Vir Das, Keegan-Michael Key, Pedro Pascal, Rob Delaney, Karen Gillan, and others, we’re expecting a laughter riot.

Apple TV+

Slow Horses
“Only screw-ups get sent to Slough House.” Slow Horses, based on Mick Herron’s books, has Gary Oldman playing the cynical head of a down-and-out branch of MI5 where inept operatives are placed. But before long they have a situation on their hands. Can this motley band of fools, gamblers and edge-walkers rise to the occasion?