March - A month full of a massive line-up of brand-new content that you should not miss at any cost. Here is a list of some shows that you can watch from the comfort of your home…

1. Run Baby - On Astro first

Touted to be an intense and fast-paced action thriller, the film centers around the main character, Sathya, who finds himself in a complicated murder case. The inclusion of- prominent actors like RJ Balaji, Aishwarya Rajesh, and Isha Talwar in lead roles will keep the audience on the edge of their seats with its thrilling plot and suspenseful moments.

2. Parole - On Demand

Follows two brothers, one a criminal and the other an ordinary person, as they become closer after their mother's unexpected death, and the younger one tries to bring out the elder on Parole to perform the mother's last rites.

3. Raksha Bandhan - Astro First

Lala Kedarnath, the eldest and only brother of 4 sisters, runs a chaat shop that was started by his father. Lala promises his frail mother on her deathbed that he will get married only after he fulfilled the responsibility of marrying his sisters into suitable homes first. Lala also faces hiccups on the personal front, his romantic life with his childhood love Sapna. But, Lala’s commitment to his sisters stands as a huge obstacle for his and Sapna’s love story to take off.

4. DADA - Amazon Prime Video

This movie has a special place in the writer’s heart. A heartwarming story that challenges stereotypes and emphasizes the importance of parenting as a shared responsibility. We have heard of women becoming single parents but in this movie, a young man learns to love parenting and becomes a single parent. This is an important message for society that highlights the fact that parenting is not solely a mother's responsibility but a shared responsibility between both parents. It's refreshing to see movies that break away from traditional gender roles and present more realistic and diverse representations of modern families.

5. The Elephant Whisperers - Netflix

"The Elephant Whisperers" is a fascinating documentary that explores the unique and touching relationship between Bomman, Bellie, and an orphaned baby elephant named Raghu. The documentary highlights the emotional bond that can develop between humans and animals, as well as the challenges that come with caring for wild animals in captivity. As the documentary title suggests, it delves into the communication and understanding between the human and elephant world.

6. Bommai Nayagi - ZEE 5

Indeed a feel-good movie as it explores the complex themes of family relationships, politics, and society. The emotional relationship between a father and daughter is a universal theme that resonates with many people, and it's great to see it depicted in the movie. The movie's exploration of how politics and society affect their way of life adds depth and relevance to the story.

7. Thalaikoothal

"Thalaikoothal" deals with such a sensitive topic. The movie's portrayal of this practice and its impact on a family that has to deal with the aftermath of a forced suicide is likely to be a powerful and thought-provoking experience.

8. Vaathi - Netflix

‘Vaathi’ revolves around Balamurugan, who is a third-grade junior lecturer and opposes the commercialization of education. The movie highlights his struggles as he fights against the educational institutions that provide education in exchange for money. Despite facing numerous challenges, he continues his fight and tries to make a positive change in the education system. It's a powerful story that sheds light on the issue of commercialization in education and the importance of fighting against it.

Happy Weekend and enjoy watching the movies, guys!

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