Exciting Lineup of New Films on OTT Platforms This Week in July

From a thrilling sports documentary to a chilling psychological horror and captivating love drama, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Get ready for an immersive cinematic experience from the comfort of your own home.


  • Witness the passion and risks of freediving with The Deepest Breath.
  • Brace yourself for a psychological horror filled with mystery and ancient mythology with Asvins.
  • Join a newlywed couple as they embark on a historical journey during their honeymoon in Bawaal.

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Exciting Lineup of New Films on OTT Platforms This Week in July

This week in July, there will be a lot of new films available on OTT platforms, which should be exciting for movie fans. Everyone may find something to love, from gripping dramas to suspenseful thrillers. These recent movies will keep you delighted whether you're in the mood for a romantic romance or a frightening horror movie.

Also Read: Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane with These Tamil Classic Films on OTT

Here's a rundown of the exciting films making their way to OTT this week:

The Deepest Breath

Directed by Laura McGann, "The Deepest Breath" is a captivating sports documentary that explores the world of freediving. This adrenaline-fueled film follows two enthusiasts who share a deep passion for the sport as they strive to rewrite history with a remarkable achievement that pushes them to the edge.

OTT platform: Netflix
Release date: 19 July 2023


Prepare to be enthralled by "Asvins," a Tamil psychological horror film directed by Tarun Teja. The plot revolves around a team of investigators who confront a malevolent apparition in a haunted mansion, shrouded in an unknown history. With ancient mythology at its core, the protagonist, Arjun, embarks on a mission to reunite the statues of the Ashwini Kumars, their only chance at survival. Will he intervene in time to save them? Starring Vasanth Ravi, Vimala Raman, Muralidaran, Saraswathi Menon, and others, "Asvins" promises to deliver a bone-chilling experience.

OTT platform: Netflix
Release date: 20 July 2023

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Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, "Bawaal" is a Hindi love drama featuring Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor in lead roles. The story revolves around a history teacher and his newlywed wife from a small town in India. While on their honeymoon in Europe, they embark on a journey of discovery, delving into the history and significance of World War II. This emotional and enlightening film is set to touch hearts and captivate audiences.

OTT platform: Amazon Prime Video
Release date: 21 July 2023

They Cloned Tyrone

Directed by Juel Taylor, "They Cloned Tyrone" is an American science fiction comedy film boasting a star-studded cast including John Boyega and Teyonah Parris. The movie follows a group of individuals determined to expose a scandalous government cloning plot. Prepare for a rollercoaster ride of laughs, intrigue, and unexpected twists.

OTT platform: Netflix
Release date: 21 July 2023

Also Read: Check Out These Trending Films on Netflix India for Your Weekend Watchlist

So, grab your popcorn and immerse yourself in the captivating stories and thrilling adventures these films have to offer. Enjoy these new films on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video!

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