Tag Archives: Bollywood Movies on Heera

Streaming Video News: September 11, 2017

I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Heera with an exciting new addition to the catalog. Meri Pyaari Bindu — the first of actor Ayushmann Khurrana’s three romcoms to release this year — is now available for streaming. I really enjoyed the way the film examines perspectives in romantic relationships.

I further updated my Heera list with some titles that I only just discovered were available on the service, thanks to Amazon’s atrocious methods of labeling and categorizing movies. Those films are: Amal, Dil Chahta Hai (★★★★), Kshay, Lakshya, Ready (★★½), and Yuva (★★★★).

I also updated my list of Bollywood movies on Netflix with some recently added animated children’s films, including Mighty Raju Rio Calling and seven titles in the Krish Trish and Baltiboy series. For everything else new on Netflix — Bollywood or not — check Instant Watcher.

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Streaming Video News: August 30, 2017

I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Amazon Prime with one new addition to the catalog. Mohanlal’s 2017 Malayalam war drama 1971: Beyond Borders is now available for streaming for Prime subscribers. It’s also available to watch for free with ads for those without a Prime subscription.

Looking ahead to September, there are some important streaming video release and expiration dates to note. This piece at Digital Trends has Tubelight joining Amazon Prime on September 7, followed by Meri Pyaari Bindu on September 10. However, I suspect that in the United States, those movies will be part of the Heera channel and not the general Prime catalog. There’s no word on any Bollywood films joining Netflix next month, but several movies expire soon. The Bright Day and Good Night Good Morning depart on September 1, followed by Bombay Velvet and Finding Fanny on September 20.

Streaming Video News: August 18, 2017

I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Amazon’s Heera channel with five additions to the streaming catalog. 2008’s Hari Puttar: A Comedy of Terrors is the most recent release of the bunch, with also includes Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001), Chauraha (1994), and Gardish (1993). I am most excited for 1998’s Hatyara, in which Mithun Chakraborty plays a character who avenges the rape and murder of his loved ones by villains played by Mukesh Rishi and Rami Reddy. If that sounds an awful lot like the plot of my beloved Gunda, get this — Hatyara released in theaters in 1998 just three months before Gunda!

I also made a couple of recent updates to my list of Bollywood movies on Amazon Prime. Admittedly, they aren’t “Bollywood” movies by the strict definition, but rather international productions about desis abroad that might appeal to Bollywood fans, including the American film Quarter Life Crisis (starring Maulik Pancholy and Lisa Ray) and the 2017 Italian movie Babylon Sisters, about an Indian family that opens a dance studio. The 2016 Malayalam film Girls is also now available for streaming.

Finally, my list of Bollywood movies on Netflix is updated to include several new Indian movies: Chocolate (Bengali), Rama Rama Re… (Kannada), Superstar (Gujarati), and the Malayalam films An Off-Day Game and Six Feet High.

Streaming Video News: July 22, 2017

I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Heera with an exciting new addition to the catalog. The reincarnation drama Raabta — which just released in theaters on June 9 — is now available for streaming!

I also updated my list of Bollywood movies on Amazon Prime with two American movies from 2011: Bobby Khan’s Ticket to Hollywood and When Harry Tries to Marry, starring Zenobia Shroff, best known for playing Kumail’s mom in The Big Sick.

Lastly, I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Netflix with a bunch of new additions, including the Pakistani movies Ho Mann Jahaan, Waar, and Wrong No., as well as the comedy special Aditi Mittal: Things They Wouldn’t Let Me Say and the India-set Swedish TV show Delhis vackraste Händer. For everything else new on Netflix or Amazon Prime, check Instant Watcher.

Streaming Video News: July 17, 2017

I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Amazon’s Heera channel with four new additions to the catalog. Three movies starring Salman Khan — Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Jai Ho, and Kick — are now available for streaming, as is Hero, which Khan produced. Bajrangi Bhaijaan is good, but Hero is unoriginal, Jai Ho is lazy, and Kick is unbelievably stupid.

Streaming Video News: July 9, 2017

I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Heera because the Amazon channel just increased its Hindi film collection by more than 25%! Heera added 79 movies to its streaming catalog, including a ton of titles from Yash Raj Films and a bunch of interesting older fare. Highlights include Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…Ishaqzaade, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. I’m inordinately excited that the horror flick Khamoshiyan is now available, just because it gives me an excuse to post a screenshot of one of the movie’s many amazing set decorations (seriously, if anyone knows where I can buy this painting, please let me know!):

[Update: The scoop from Sofia on Twitter is that these may not be “new” additions, as they’ve all been available to her since she subscribed last month. They only appeared in my results on Saturday, and I check Heera’s catalog everyday. Hrmmm…]

I also updated my list of Bollywood movies on Netflix with two new additions to the catalog. The animated film Motu Patlu: King of Kings is now available for streaming, as is the 2016 Hollywood biographical drama Lion (which is a real tear-jerker). For everything else new on Netflix — Bollywood or not — check Instant Watcher.

Streaming Video News: July 5, 2017

I updated my list of Bollywood movies on Heera with two exciting new additions to the catalog. The problematic 2017 romantic comedy Badrinath Ki Dulhania is now available for streaming. If you’ve been waiting to see it before listening the episode of the Split Screen Podcast in which Shah Shahid and I compare Badrinath to Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, now’s your chance. Also new on Heera is actress Konkona Sen Sharma’s directorial debut A Death in the Gunj, which opened in Indian theaters just last month. Thanks to Gaurav Arora for alerting me to the new addition!