Here’s your Binge watch guide for a perfect Valentine’s Day!

11 . Feb . 2021
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Valentine’s Day is all about the celebration of love. The people you love and the people you’re loved by. This Valentine’s we are giving you more ways to express your love and help celebrate the special day with a perfect watchlist to binge on. So get besides your loved ones, and make the day full of promise! Here’s a complete binge-watch guide for a perfect Valentine’s Day:

Life in a year 

What would you do if you were told you only had a year to live? Would you live the rest of your life to the fullest? Would you spend it with your loved ones and make each day count?

What would you do if you found out your significant other had only a year to live?

Upon finding out that his girlfriend only has a year to live, Daryn sets out to give her an entire lifetime worth’s experiences in the limited timeframe. The cast does a phenomenal job at essaying their characters with brilliance. This movie will certainly pull on your heartstrings as it teaches you the true meaning of love and sacrifice. Catch Life in a year starting February 14, 2021.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video.

The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things

The science-fiction rom-com follows the story of two teens who are stuck in an endless loop, and fall in love with each other. It stars Kyle Allen and Kathryn Newton. It will be released on Amazon Prime Video on February 12.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video.

Soulmates S1

In a world filled with love, heartbreaks are inevitable. And how many heartbreaks does one need to go through, before finding their soulmate is unfathomable.

But what if technology were to advance such that a simple test could conjure the one you were meant to be with? That would make life so much easier and, in this series, that’s exactly what happens. Set approximately 15 years into the future, soulmates is the perfect item on your Valentine’s Day binge watch list as it clubs intriguing technological possibilities, alone with romance!

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video.

90 Day Fiancé: Love Games

Nothing is out of bounds with these couples who have defeated distance, cultural and language barriers, meddling in-laws and everything in between. Twenty-four iconic couples from the franchise will be going head-to-head— and heart-to-heart —in “90 Day Fiancé: Love Games,” a new fierce trivia tournament to show off who knows their respective partner best. Pairs will be matched-up for three rounds of questions before culminating in a showdown to win the first-ever Love Games championship trophy.

Where to watch: Discovery + App

Chemical Hearts

Being a teenager comes with its own highs and lows. The teenage years are the building blocks of the rest of your life. It’s when you first experience heartaches and heartbreaks when you first step out of your comfort zone and see the world for what it is. Chemical Hearts brings to life, the story of Henry, who falls in love with a new transfer student at his school. The movie takes us through his journey in the most realistic way, as it dwells on love, happiness and pain.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video.

Sylvie’s Love

A movie that showcases that love doesn’t fade away with time. A love that transcends decades. Sylvie meets a saxophonist, with whom she shares a summertime of romance. They go their separate ways after, only to meet again years later and realize that their feelings for each other still linger. It’s a truly captivating watch as it displays the true essence of selfless and unconditional love, which sometimes makes you make difficult decisions.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video.

The office

Produced by Applause Entertainment in association with the BBC Studios India, this show is a Hindi adaptation American series of the same name. It takes you through the ordinary lives of the employees in a paper company. Through time, you realize the essence of the extraordinary in their ordinary lives as you live moments of incessant laughter, pure love, and the friction that the co-workers share, with and through them. It’s a mockumentary that has the capability of lifting your spirits up with its rib-tickling humour, impeccable timing of dialogue delivery, and remarkable screenplay.

Where to watch: Disney + Hotstar