Missed a movie? Catch it on TV! Take your pick from our genre-rating table and see if it's on Netflix, Amazon, or your DTH service.

Haseen Dillruba poster

Wogma rating: Watch if you have nothing better to do

Quick review: Hindi pulp murder mystery, but on-screen, not in a novel. In that sense, it ends up as intended. A cheesy story that over-romanticises romance. Good performances are not enough to make it worth your energy and precious TV time.

Shaadisthan poster

Wogma rating: Catch on TV/online for sure

Quick review: Summary of an intense drawing-room conversation about women’s oppression in everyday life. Charming when it isn’t coming off like a lecture from one India to another.

(Available on Disney+ Hotstar)

Sherni poster

Wogma rating: The keen must watch on screen; else TV/online

Quick review: To preserve or not to preserve nature is a human vs human fight. This three-way struggle simmers in an intense film. The politicisation of the situation is reasonably detailed and thus engaging.

(Available on Amazon Prime)

Saina poster

Wogma rating: Even the keen, wait for it to come on TV/online

Quick review: Refreshing that a film is based on a simple but true story of extraordinary achievements. Refreshing that a sports film isn’t an underdog or rags-riches tale. Alas, that’s about it. So to be watched only if you are intrigued about the player’s story. (Available on Amazon Prime)

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