Netflix, the famous streaming giant, has declared 10 new and original motion pictures. These movies will be created and helmed by Bollywood biggies including the likes of Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, and Anurag Kashyap.
A wide assortment of genres will be covered in these movies, starting from horror to romance. In a statement the Director – International Original Film, India, Netflix, Ms. Srishti Behl Arya said that India is home to groundbreaking stories due to the assorted variety, history, and culture. These stories must reach out to the crowds far and wide. The depth of ability and vision of these movie makers will empower Netflix to make films that the audience will surely love. She also added that she wants Netflix to be a home for India’s best movie producers where their stories travel to more individuals than at any time in recent memory.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment will create a film about policeman-turned-coach and his students.
A spine chilling thriller movie called “Mrs. Serial Killer” from Shirish Kunder, that would be produced by his wife Farah Khan will be an exciting one to watch. The story revolves around a wife who seeks to demonstrate the innocence of her husband by committing a homicide.
The producers of “Lust Stories” Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee, and Zoya Akhtar will come together to create spine-chilling stories with “Ghost Stories.”
Karan Johar will also take his knack for college-themed movies to a darker level with “Guilty’s Tale” which will spin around the story of sexual assault committed by a college heartthrob.
The other motion pictures that will stream on Netflix in the not so distant future are Roy Kapur Films’ “Yeh Ballet,” Dibakaar Banerjee’s “Freedom,” Shashanka Ghosh’s “House Arrest,” Sudhir Mishra’s “Serious Men,” “Kaali Khuhi,” and “Maska.”
Netflix has given an avenue to the movie producers, where they can directly connect with a huge group of audience. Towards the end of the year 2020, they plan to take off no less than 15 unique Indian motion pictures, including the recently announced “Music Teacher,” “Chopsticks,” “Cobalt Blue,” “Upstarts,” and “Bulbul.”