With thousands of movies and seasons to choose from, it can be plain difficult to decide what to watch on Netflix. But don’t worry, you wouldn’t have to go through the pain staking regime of looking for movies while the pizza that you ordered goes stale and you end up watching nothing –
We’ve curated a collection of five interesting series/movies that you could possibly watch this weekend.
Directed by Shazia Ali khan, Pinky Memsaab is a story that revolves around Pinky (Hajira Khan) ,who moves to Dubai to work as a housemaid for Mehr (Kiran Malik) in order to support her family back in her country, Pakistan. While both of them struggle with their surroundings and the people around them, they find refuge in each other to overcome shortcomings and inspiring each other while they’re at it.
“If someone has to taste real food, authentic food, they have to eat street food” these words are intoned in the trailer of the new Netflix original series, ‘Street Food’. From scrumptious crab omelets to Tofu puddings, Crispy Chaat to cassava noodles, some fish head soup or goat stew ,the series offers an insight into the rich street culinary culture harbored in exotic places of the likes of Indonesia, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and Vietnam.
With Ramadan just around the corner, this mouthwatering series promises a “foodgasm” and some interesting inspiration for the Iftar preps to follow.
The recently released documentary features iconic footage of Beyonce performing live , previously unseen back stage videos and an insight into the living legends life. Like one of the critics stated “Homecoming presents Beyoncé exactly as she wants us to see her and has always wanted us to see her: as a perfectionist, and as the hardest-working person in show business” If you haven’t seen it yet, you better watch it .
Directed by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, starring DeWanda Wise,Brittany Snow and Jane the Virgin’s Gina Rodriguez, follows a woman (Rodriguez) as she breaks up with her boyfriend to move across the country for a job with Rolling Stone. This film is almost like a portal inside the minds of millennial’s. Set in times, where financial security is almost as elusive as the white stag , characters throughout the film try finding refuge in the past and are in a constant struggle to make the future better.
Luxury Penthouse’s, a Doll house with painted ceilings, an in house roller coaster, a Pink Palace and a Medieval dining hall, this season serves us jaw dropping – eye flinching interiors. Get hooked to this season and we promise you’d be motivated enough to throw those old rugs out and sass up that lounge soon.