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Watch these top 5 films and shows on your mobile phones if you are OTT addict.


New Delhi: These days you do not need a big screen,  when you can watch everything on your smartphone? There are host of shows and movies which you can watch on your cell phone courtesy,   Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition.

When you need a break or you want to watch any show or movie all you have to do is tap on you mobile. The OTT addicts can watch it on the Amazon Prime Video app.

Have a look at the best 5 films and shows which are available on Amazon Prime Video Mobile Edition:

American Gods

Ricky Whittle and Emily Browning are in the lead roles in this sci-fi series. This Neil Geiman’s adaptation will make you ask yourself everything you thought was real and fantasy.

Sylvie’s Love

Directed by Eugene Ashe, This American drama film will take you back to the 60’s , where TV and gramophones were the ultimate modernized way of entertainment. This flick is all about how a woman has many roles to play and many demands to fulfil, but in all this, she never forgets to lose herself. Tessa Thompson was chosen to play Sylvie’s character and showed all why they must prioritize themselves as well.

The Lie

Psychological thriller film which sends you chills down your spine?  And everyone love to watch them. The Lie will surely keep you in a confounded state and keep the fine line between truth and lie ambiguous right till the very end. Directed by Veena Sud and stars Mireille Enos.

Evil Eye

Directed by Elan and Rajeev Dassani, starring Sarita Choudhury, The Evil eye is an American 2020 horror film. The high and blood adrenaline rush you get when you watch a horror movie all alone is exceptional and unbelievable. This horror  film will take you on a ride with a possessive mother with a strong intuition and a daughter.

Yearly Departed

Starring, Natasha Rothwell, Tiffany Haddish, Patti Harrison and hosted by Phoebe Robinson, Yearly Departed will take you on a hilarious ride in 2020 .  This show is a comic take on the year that 2020 was.

Malayali filmmaker Jay Janardhan’s Australian comedy series ‘Howdy’ is all about multiculturalism

The pilot episode of ‘Howdy’, which options an Australian forged, releases on Zee5 on October 7

The lifetime of an immigrant in Australia is one thing Thiruvananthapuram-born filmmaker Jay Janardhan is aware of by expertise. Having landed in Brisbane in 2002 to review engineering, he has since made the Australian metropolis his base. After working as an engineer there for a number of years, he enrolled within the Queensland Faculty of Movie and Tv to comply with his ardour. Now, Jay’s Australian comedy drama collection Howdy, which revolves across the theme of multi-culturalism, is about to launch on OTT platform Zee5 on October 7.

“Multiculturalism and racial variety are a lot talked-about in Australia, much more so now. Usually, they’re fairly delicate subjects too. Many migrants take their time to get used to the brand new life however it is usually an thrilling part. Howdy makes an attempt a droll tackle this,” says Jay from Thiruvananthapuram.

The collection incorporates a forged based mostly in Australia. “Howdy follows the goof-ups of an area millionaire, performed by theatre actor Shaun King, who loses his fortune and is now down and out. He’s compelled to maneuver in with three migrants and share their frequent residence. One in all them is a Malayali, performed by Thiruvananthapuram-born actor Naveen Simone who’s settled in Brisbane. One other is a Chinese language man and the third, an Afghan. We get to see the huge cultural variations between the characters and the way they address one another,” says Jay.

Jay Janardhan

The script of Howdy, which has eight episodes, is written by Australian creator Dirk Flinthart. Jay says he went for comedy as he felt that it was a superb medium to deal with such a theme.

The taking pictures, carried out completely in Brisbane, had been accomplished final 12 months and Jay moved to Kerala to work on an unbiased Malayalam mission. Then the pandemic struck and the post-production of Howdy was accomplished through the lockdown interval. “That was difficult because the crew had been based mostly in several cities. I used to be in Thiruvananthapuram whereas my editor, Christy Sebastian (Stand-up, Mangalyam Thanthunanena) was in Mumbai,” says Jay.

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