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OTT releases in September 2021: 5 much-awaited movies to stream

A hilarious comedy coming from the heartland of India, touches a sensitive topic for Indian households – condoms.

New Delhi: Given that the single screen theatres and multiplexes are reopening in different states, and OTTs coming up with newer and exciting content every month, it has been a double treat for the movie lovers.

In the month of August, Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom became the first mainstream and heavy budget Bollywood film to be release in the theatres. However, due to previous limitations, various popular projects are much likely to be premiered on the Over-the-top platforms in the coming month.

5 most awaited movies and shows to stream on OTT in September: 

Money Heist Season 5 

Release Date – September 3 (Netflix)

The previous season of the Money Heist revolved around the efforts of the gang trying to steal the gold inside the Bank of Spain, by melting it and taking it with themselves. In the fresh season, the professor is no longer with the gang. It would be excited for the fans to see if the new gang could work as efficient as earlier.


Release Date – September 3 (Zee 5)

A hilarious comedy coming from the heartland of India, on a sensitive topic for Indian households – condoms. The matter which is considered to be embarrassing among the majority groups in society is presented in a fun way in Aparshakti starrer Helmet.

Black Widow

Release Date – September 3 (Disney+Hotstar)

The marvel film will portray the story of Natasha Romanoff, before becoming an avenger superhero. Scarlett Johansson starrer was earlier to be released in the theaters.

Mumbai Diaries 26/11

Release Date – September 9 (Amazon Prime)

Inspired by the true events of 26/11 terror attacks, the film will display how the Mumbai health workers saved lives amid one of the deadliest terror attacks  in the country.

Bhoot Police 

Release Date – September 17 (Disney+Hotstar)

The Saif Ali Khan led team is on a witch-hunt journey in the upcoming horror comedy Bhoot Police. The film also features Arjun Kapoor, Yamini Gautum and Jacqueline Fernandes.