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11 Bollywood Movie Releases of 2021 You Can Now Watch At Home

By Delnaz Divecha 27 April, 2021 4 min read
11 Bollywood Movie Releases of 2021 You Can Now Watch At Home

After bidding adieu to 2020, we were looking at a fresh start this year. Theatres had reopened and life was getting back to normal. Alas! The pandemic caught up with us once again and after three months of fun and frolic, we were back in our homes. Many of us were cautious even as cities were bouncing back from the first lockdown. We missed out on a few theatrical releases, hoping we could catch up with them once the pandemic was over for good. And now our wishes have been granted! The theatrical releases of 2021 are streaming online and here’s where you can watch Bollywood’s top movies:

Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi

With a large cast of talented actors like Naseeruddin Shah, Supriya Pathak, Konkona Sen Sharma, Parambrata Chatterjee, Vikrant Massey, and more, Seema Pahwa’s directorial debut released at the start of the year. The family drama focusses on the days following patriarch Ramprasad’s death, which brings his entire family under one roof to deal with the loss and come to terms with some crucial truths. Read our review to know what we thought of the film.

Streaming on: Netflix

Vijay The Master

The Hindi dubbed version of Lokesh Kanagaraj’s multi-lingual action thriller hit the big screens around Sankranthi this year. It was one of the biggest releases of the year, starring Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi. The movie revolves around an alcoholic professor who is sent to a juvenile school, where he clashes with a gangster who uses the children of the school for criminal activities. Read our review of this action-packed fest and watch it in Hindi.

Streaming on: Zee5

Madam Chief Minister

Richa Chadha faced a lot of flack on Twitter early this year for her portrayal of a Dalit leader in this political drama that was inspired by politician and Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati. Here she plays Tara, a feisty oddball who fights patriarchy, caste oppression, and brutal violence along with the usual betrayals of politics, to rise to the top with her head held high and affect change. Watch the movie to know whether she does justice to the role.

Streaming on: Netflix

Tuesdays & Fridays

Come February, we got a taste of romance, comedy, and music with this musical rom-com starring Anmol Dhillon, Zoa Morani and Niki Walia. The story revolves around a young lawyer and a writer who agree to be romantic partners for only two days a week to avoid the burden of commitment. But we all know that’s not how things end up in romantic films, especially in Bollywood. Read our review and watch the film to find out what awaits the destined lovers.

Streaming on: Netflix


By March, Hardik Mehta promised to bring us some horrors that were scarier than all of last year. His horror comedy Roohi, starring Janhvi Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao, and Varun Sharma in prominent roles was the complete entertainment package. It focusses on two bumbling pals who are hired to kidnap a bride but find themselves in trouble when one falls for their abductee and the other for the spirit possessing her. Read our review and don’t miss this movie.

Streaming on: Netflix

Time to Dance 

We also got our first Bollywood debut of the year in March. Isabelle Kaif, sister of popular actor Katrina Kaif, featured in this dance film alongside Sooraj Pancholi and Waluscha De Sousa. The story revolves around the life of a dancer girl, who meets and falls in love with a youngster who is also into dance. Slowly, things take a new turn as unexpected events happen in their lives. We don’t want to give away any spoilers so watch the movie for yourself to know what happens.

Streaming on: Netflix

Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar

One of Bollywood’s favourite jodis, Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor teamed up once again for Dibakar Banerjee’s drama, while stellar actors Neena Gupta, Raghubir Yadav, and Jaideep Ahlawat made the supporting cast. The film revolves around Sandeep, a bank executive and Pinky, a suspended cop, who are both are marked for a kill. With phones tapped and accounts blocked, they still manage to escape but escaping is not freedom. Read our film review here.

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Mumbai Saga

After horror, comedy, romance, and dance, we also got a dose of crime and thrills from this action-packed thriller by Sanjay Gupta. The movie stars John Abraham as a bold and ruthless gangster who dreams of ruling the city of dreams – Bombay. Meanwhile, Inspector Vijay Savarkar played by Emraan Hashmi is after Rao, tracking his every move and stopping him from accomplishing his goal. Read our review and don’t miss this thrilling masala saga.

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video


One of Bollywood’s favourite genres of the last few years has been ‘biopics’ and we got our first one this year with this biographical sports drama, based on the life of badminton star Saina Nehwal. Starring Parineeti Chopra, the film chronicles the inspiring story of a gifted youngster’s ascendance to the pinnacle of the badminton world through sheer passion and perseverance. Read our review and watch the journey that has inspired and empowered an entire nation.

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Koi Jaane Na

If mystery is your genre, you could not have missed Amin Hajee’s suspense thriller starring Kunal Kapoor and Amyra Dastur in the lead roles. If you still haven’t watched it, it recently released online so here’s your chance. The story revolves around a heartbroken writer who is struggling with writer’s block. He goes to a quiet hill station where he finds love again but uncovers a copycat serial killer who has mysteriously come alive and back on his killing spree.

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

99 Songs

Directed by Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy and marking the debut of A R Rahman as a writer and producer, this musical romantic drama released just when the lockdown was announced again. It starred debutants Ehan Bhat and Edilsy Varghese in the lead roles. The story follows the journey of a young musician who faces tough challenges when his artistic aspirations get in the way of his relationship. Read our film review and stream this movie now.

Streaming on: Netflix

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Delnaz Divecha
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