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Dil Bechara, Kissing Booth 2 and other movies you can watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+Hotstar this week

Dil Bechara, Kissing Booth 2 and other movies you can watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+Hotstar this week
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  • Every week Business Insider provides a list of top streaming shows and films that people can watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos, Disney+Hotstar, Sony LIV and other streaming services.
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The weekend’s here. Indian Matchmaking on Netflix India, is one show that everyone is talking about! Apart from this, Rasbhari, Bulbbul are some other shows that have garnered attention.

Every week, Business Insider provides a list of top streaming shows and films that people can watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos, Disney+Hotstar, Sony LIV and other streaming services. Here are the top five interesting movies to binge on this weekend.

​Dil Bechara on Disney+ Hotstar

​Dil Bechara on Disney+ Hotstar
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Stars: Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjana Sanghi, Swastika Mukherjee | Director: Mukesh Chhabra

Based on John Green's best-selling novel The fault in our stars, Dil Bechara is a love story about a cancer patient Kizie and a cancer survivor Manny. At first, depressed Kizie distances herself from Manny but later the two bond over music and books. After they fall in love, both of them decide to go visit Paris to fulfil her dream. Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film premieres on Friday, July 24.

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​The Kissing Booth 2 on Netflix

​The Kissing Booth 2 on Netflix
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Stars: Joey King, Jacob Elordi, Joel Courtney | Director: Vince Marcello

The sequel of the popular romantic-comedy, Kissing Booth which released in 2018 - this instalment follows the love story between Elle and Noah. Elle struggles to keep up with a long-distance relationship soon after her boyfriend Noah, leaves for Harvard. Noah wants Elle to get admission at Harvard. However, Lee (Noah’s younger brother and her best friend) and Elle together promised to attend another college together. The entry of Marco in Elle’s school makes all of this more complicated. Will their romance survive the long-distance challenges? Watch and find out.

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​French Biryani on Amazon Prime

​French Biryani on Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime Videos

Director: Pannaga Bharana |Stars: Danish Sait, Rangayana Raghu, Sal Yusuf

French Biryani, a Kannada comedy-drama, is a story about a French tourist and his journey from Bengaluru to Chennai. During his travel, he embarks on a three-day journey with a local auto-driver and the movie is about the experiences and goof-ups during this time. Danish Sait, who has seen his popularity surge thanks to his lockdown videos, stars as the lead in this movie.

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​Project Marathwada on Netflix

​Project Marathwada on Netflix
Shemaroo

Stars: Om Puri, Seema Biswas, Govind Namdeo | Director: Bhavin Wadia

Project Marathwada is the story of an indebted farmer who recently lost his sons and decides to visit Mumbai to seek help from the government. He knocks on the door of several bureaucrats but doesn’t get any help. While he’s struggling, four college students meet him to make a documentary on the same subject.

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Door ke Darshan on Netflix

Door ke Darshan on Netflix
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Writer: Gagan Puri | Stars: Manu Rishi Chadha, Mahie Gill, Dolly Ahluwalia

Sunil Bhateja, who lives with his two teenage daughters and wife Billo, is on the verge of getting a divorce. His life turns upside down when one day his mother, who was in a coma from the last 30 years, wakes up. The family then decides to recreate the era of the 1980s — by redecorating their house and shooting Doordarshan serial episodes.

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