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Aavesham (Amazon Prime Video)

Directed by Jithu Madhavan, 'Aavesham', which is set completely in Bengaluru revolves around three youngsters – Aju, Bibin and Shanthan played by debutants – who plot revenge on their abusive seniors. Their meeting with gangster Ranga played by the flamboyant Fahadh Faasil changes their destiny.

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All of Us Strangers (Disney+Hotstar)

In the beautiful 2023 British romantic fantasy 'All of Us Strangers', Andrew Scott plays Adam, a reclusive screenwriter. His life takes an unexpected turn when he forms a deep connection with his enigmatic neighbour, Harry (played by Paul Mescal).

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Cooking Up Murder (Netflix)

If documentaries are your thing, consider diving into the new docuseries 'Cooking Up Murder: Uncovering the Story of César Román'. It explores the intriguing saga of a Spanish chef accused of leveraging fake identities and a labyrinth of secrets to achieve fame and fortune.

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Mother Of The Bride (Netflix)

'Mother of the Bride' kicks off as Emma returns from a year in London, dropping a bombshell on her mother Lana: she's getting hitched in Thailand in a month. Complicating matters, Lana discovers that Emma's fiancé is the son of her past heartbreak.

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