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Streaming Guide: Movies, series and documentaries to watch on June 10

Here are the shows and movies you can stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ Hotstar, ALTBalaji, SonyLIV, ZEE5, Apple TV+ and Voot among more.

Written by Anvita Singh | New Delhi | Updated: June 10, 2020 4:27:42 pm
chadwick boseman Chadwick Boseman starrer Message from the King is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Even as some states in India enter the Unlock 1.0 phase, the re-opening of theaters still seems like a distant dream. However, audiences do not have to fret over content, or even its quality as increasingly more makers are leaning towards a digital release.

While Ghoomketu and Gulabo Sitabo makers had earlier announced their intention of going the OTT route, new players are joining the space every other day. On Tuesday, it was announced that the Janhvi Kapoor film Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl will soon start streaming on Netflix.

Also read | Top 10 Hindi web series released during the lockdown

Speaking on the film’s OTT release, Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl producer Karan Johar said, “Gunjan Saxena is a defining film based on a true story about a woman who showed unparalleled courage, and inspiration to many in the coming years. We are excited to partner with Netflix and share this fearless story about following your heart and your dreams with millions around the world.”

While we wait for more announcements, viewers still have a wide variety of options on streaming sites.

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Here's what you can watch on OTT platforms today.

16:27 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Free Solo: Disney+Hotstar

An inspiring and emotional sports documentary, Free Solo had won several accolades post its release. It centres around the climber Alex Honnold and documents his journey uphill as he undertakes a mountain of a task. The movie had won the Best Documentary Feature at the 91st Academy Awards.  

16:09 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Panchayat: Amazon Prime

Panchayat is an eight part-series set in the village of Phulera, Uttar Pradesh. Abhishek Tripathi (Jitendra Kumar) who is fresh out of college has somehow landed himself a government job, as Panchayat sachiv, which pays him Rs 20,000 a month. He goes straight from hanging out with his friends at the mall, talking about CTCs and instagramming to the dusty village of Phulera with daily power cuts and where he has to bathe in the open at the hand pump outside the panchayat office. 

Also read | Panchayat review

15:45 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Upload: Amazon Prime

Created by Gergg Daniels, Upload is quirky and fun, all rolled in one. Our verdict reads, "Self-driving cars. Phones that are essentially a hologram that snap into existence in the L between the forefinger and thumb. The promise of eternal life even after you are dead. These are the few salient features of Upload, a quirky, sci-fi-ish show that is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video."

Also read | Upload review

15:19 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Special Ops: Disney+Hotstar

Starring the likes of Kay Kay Menon and Karan Tacker, Special Ops has garnered rave reviews, especially with regard to its performances. Our verdict reads, "Care has been taken to humanise these soldiers, ‘jo ki wardi nahi pehante’. Menon trying to come to terms with his daughter dating and Pathak trying to take his family for Haj are some nice touches. But it’s not as tongue-in-cheek as Family Man was. Neither does it have the stunning cinematography of Bard Of Blood." Click here to know more.

15:10 (IST)10 Jun 2020
The Outlander series: Netflix

Based on the books written by Diana Gabaldon, Outlander boasts of an engaging storyline, credible performances and excellent camera work. The story moves in multiple timelines, but it all starts when a married nurse of World War II gets transported to 1743’s Scotland. The series is currently streaming on Netflix.

15:01 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Bharat Ek Khoj: YouTube

Adapted from Jawaharlal Nehru’s The Discovery of India, this Shyam Benegal show delves deep into India’s rich and disturbing past. It features a variety of actors, including the likes of Om Puri, Pallavi Joshi, Piyush Mishra among others, playing historical characters. You can stream the series on YouTube.

14:50 (IST)10 Jun 2020
The Crown: Netflix

Controversial, well-crafted and critically acclaimed are few of the adjectives that befit the Netflix Original The Crown. Queen Elizabeth II, her coronation and her journey as Britain’s queen are the main themes of this well-directed show. It boasts of an impressive cast (Olivia Colman, Matt Smith, Claire Foy, Helena Bonham Carter among more) and stunning set pieces. Read more here

14:06 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Peaky Blinders: Netflix

Steven Knight’s excellent British war drama is quite the piece of modern cinematic achievement. Set post World War II, the series follows the Peaky Blinders gang that is led by Thomas Shelby — a ruthless war hero turned mafia leader. You can watch it on Netflix.

13:37 (IST)10 Jun 2020
The Forgotten Army: Amazon Prime

Kabir Khan’s show is based on former Indian leader Subhas Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army. What led to its creation and how did they face defeat are some of the issues touched upon by the filmmaker in the show. It features Sunny Kaushal and Sharvari in the lead. The Forgotten Army is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

13:08 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Notting Hill: Amazon Prime

Notting Hill’s charm is indisputable, just like its actors, who seem to know their characters all too well. Grant plays the somewhat awkward but polite Will to the T, and Roberts as Anna radiates confidence and wisdom. 

12:46 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Stardust: Netflix and YouTube

Fantasy dramas when translated well, truly cast a magical spell on its viewers. Fortunately, we have a sizable chunk of these stories in Hollywood. And to that prestigious group belongs the Matthew Vaughn 2007 directorial Stardust. Based on the book penned by award-winning writer Neil Gaiman, Stardust pays a wonderful homage to its source material. Read more here

12:25 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Ugly Delicious: Netflix

A critical appreciation of food, a social commentary, a travel documentary – Netflix’s Ugly Delicious is all these things rolled into one visual treat. Featuring the renowned chef David Chang, the series consists of two seasons. The first season had eight episodes and the second one, which premiered in March this year, has only four.

Also read | Netflix’s Ugly Delicious: A must-watch for foodies and cinephiles

12:09 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Run: Disney+Hotstar

This Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson show is produced by HBO and created by the Fleabag and Killing Eve fame Vicky Jones. Phoebe Waller-Bridge also stars in a pivotal role in the first season. Enough reason to watch the show we think!

11:55 (IST)10 Jun 2020
Message from the King: Amazon Prime

The movie is a pacy thriller which stars the likes of Chadwick Boseman, Teresa Palmer, Alfred Molina among others. It released in 2017 and was directed by Fabrice Du Welz. 

Netflix's Queer Eye Season 5 and 13 Reasons Why's new season are already available to stream on Netflix. On the other hand, desi platforms like ALTBalaji and ZEE5 are streaming Kehne ko Humsafar Hain Season 3 and Chintu ka Birthday, respectively.