Must Watch on Hotstar

Everyone loves binge-watching movies and series. There is a number of platforms for watching movies and series. A web series is structured similarly to a television series. The primary distinction between a web series and a TV series is the financial expenditure required to launch and sustain each. A television series typically necessitates high production expenditures, prominent actors, and huge media firms.

Below are the top 3 movies on Hotstar that you should watch right now.

1. India from Above

In 2019, one of the world's oldest civilizations witnessed the greatest democratic exercise in history, with over 850 million voters forming a government. India is a very beautiful country but have you seen it from above? This movie/web series shows how India's beauty and its essence. This movie/web series shows India from above. The scenes in this movie are mind-blowing that will leave you awestruck.

2. Mega Icons

This web series is about all the great personalities. Everyone knows them but how did they become so successful in their lives? This web series gives ideas and stories of these high personalities about their struggle in their lives. Are geniuses born or created? Mega Icons, hosted by R. Madhavan, will decode the success stories of several remarkable Indian celebrities such as Virat Kohli, former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Kamal Haasan, Kiran Bedi, and His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

3. Cosmos

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey is an American science documentary television series that premiered in 2014. The show is a sequel to Carl Sagan's 1980 television series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, which was broadcast on the Public Broadcasting Service and is regarded as a watershed moment in the history of science documentaries. At the height of other scientific-based television shows and films, this series was created to restore the grounding of science to network television. The show is hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who was influenced by Sagan as a young high school student. Seth MacFarlane, whose financial commitment was critical in bringing the show to television, is one of the executive producers.