Ayushmann Khurrana’s Anek is now available to stream on Netflix. The political thriller hit screens on May 27 and after a disappointing box office performance, it made its OTT debut on June 26. Netflix India announced that Anek would be joining its catalog of Hindi movies via a tweet, which read: thrill anek. Anek is now streaming on Netflix (sic).” Those who didn’t watch Anek when it hit theaters can now log on to the streaming platform and enjoy the film with their loved ones.
Anek on Netflix: Who can watch?
Anek is Ayushmann Meets Director Anubhav Sinha 2019 hit 15. Fans had watched the movie before its release and now it will attract more viewers as it is streaming internationally through Netflix. Streaming app subscribers can watch Anek starting June 26.
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Everything you need to know about Anek
Anek takes place in the geopolitical context of northeast India. The film stars Ayushmann as an undercover cop named Joshua. The film is the story of a “rebellion, an uprising”, and the pursuit of an Indian, “who wants nothing more than peace for the nation”. Directed by Anubhav Sinha, Anek is another attempt by the filmmaker to chronicle various socio-political issues in the country, after Mulk and Thappad. The film also stars Andrea Kevichusa, Manoj Pahwa, Kumud Mishra and JD Chakravarthy.
Anek “pushes the limits” for Ayushmann
Ayushmann is known for his offbeat cinematic choices and the Andhadhun actor is experimenting with his role in Anek again. “Anek celebrates the spirit of being truly an Indian. Anubhav sir pushes boundaries and sets a benchmark with his passionate storytelling with this film. My character Joshua made me do things I had never done before, both physically and mentally. With the right guidance and training, I gave this role my best to bring to life everything Anubhav envisioned for the film,” the actor said in a statement.
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(With PTI inputs)