Netflix is going to have a big April in India: it has announced four originals from the country.
Chaitanya Tamhane’s award-winning drama The Disciple — executive produced by Alfonso Cuarón —
closes out the month on April 30. Ajeeb Daastaans, a Karan Johar-produced anthology starring the likes of Aditi Rao Hydari, Jaideep Ahlawat, Fatima Sana Shaikh, Konkona Sensharma and Shefali Shah, drops April 16 on Netflix. The Johar-produced hourlong documentary Searching for Sheela — about the infamous Ma Anand Sheela, who worked for Osho — arrives April 22. And the wedding reality series The Big Day returns in less than two months on April 7 with its second collection. There’s a fifth too, but it’s not a “Netflix original”: Fahadh Faasil is stuck in the whodunit Irul, releasing April 2.
Internationally, on April 23, we’ll get the Shadow and Bone series based on Leigh Bardugo’s best-selling dark fantasy Grishaverse novels. April 14 brings the monster adventure movie Love and Monsters — led by Dylan O’Brien and Jessica Henwick — to India, six months after its US video-on-demand release. A similar thing happens with the Sarah Paulson-led psychological thriller Run, which released in November on Hulu and arrives April 2 on Netflix. As is also the case with crime drama The Serpent; it premiered in January on BBC One and comes to Netflix on April 2. Two Stranger Things stars appear in Netflix movies in April: Caleb McLaughlin is opposite Idris Elba in Concrete Cowboy (April 2), while Natalia Dyer is alongside Amanda Seyfried in Things Heard & Seen (April 29).
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