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This week’s new releases on Amazon Prime Video include “Kumari Srimathi,” “Gen V,” “Hostel Daze” Season 4, among others.

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The full schedule of highlights available this week on Amazon Prime Video gen v is shown below.

Here below discussed the Gen V Series:

26 September, “The Fake Sheikh”
Docu-series The 60-year-old well-known British reporter Mazher Mahmood, who is best known for performing multiple undercover exposés under the alias The Fake Sheikh, is the center of The Fake Sheikh. His notable ascent and epic fall, which resulted in his imprisonment, will be explored in detail in the docuseries. Ali Afzal, Aylia Fox, and Paul Samrai play the main characters in the television series.

Fake sheikh
the fake sheikh

Sept. 27: Hostel Daze Season Four
The fourth season of Hostel Daze provides a look inside the lives of six best friends who are starting their senior year of college. Others are enjoying the present with their close-knit group of pals while others are carefully preparing for their future jobs. This season is the appropriate conclusion to the cherished trip since it contains plenty of fun, riveting drama, and touching camaraderie amidst the roller coaster of experiences of managing complicated relationships, going through tense job interviews, and celebrating adorable friendships. The six college friends are represented by Ahsaas Channa, Luv Vispute, Shubham Gaur, Nikhil Vijay, Ayushi Gupta, and Utsav Sarkar in the TVF-produced and Abhinav Anand-directed film.

hostel daze

28th of September: Kumari Srimathi
In a village in East Godavari, Kumari Srimathi, starring Nithya Menen, hilariously captures the trials of a 30-year-old woman who defies expectations in a small community rife with antiquity. Nithya Menen plays Srimathi in the seven-episode series, which also prominently features Nirupam, Gautami, Thiruveer, Talluri Rameshwari, Naresh, and Murali Mohan. Gomtesh Upadhye is the series’ director, and Early Monsoon Tales, an online division of Vyjanyanthi Entertainments, produced it.

kumari srimathi

September 28 — Doble Discurso
In the play Doble Discurso, Ricardo Prat (Rafael Ferro), a charismatic but intellectually immature politician, hires the cunning but repulsive El Griego (Diego Peretti) to serve as his image consultant in a setting where political desperation and hidden passions collide. Prat’s seductive metamorphosis seduces Camila Hewell, the combative journalist played by Julieta Cardinali (who is unaware that the Greek has a secret crush on her). Hernán Guerschuny wrote the screenplay and directed this political comedy-drama.

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29 September, Gen V
Gen V is a tale that takes place in The Boys’ universe, but it centers on Godolkin University, a famous school where students study to become superheroes in an effort to become rich. Not all superheroes have a poor beginning. These kids deal with issues beyond only the typical college issues like self-discovery and partying. In Gen V series, They encounter perilous circumstances as a result of their superpowers. Gen V, They strive to fit in and do well in school, but they soon understand that due of their superpowers, the stakes are much higher. Will they be the heroes or the villains in their own stories when they learn that something terrible is taking place at school? Evan Goldberg, Eric Kripke, and Craig Rosenberg play the main characters in the television Gen V series.

gen v

SHE Must Be Obeyed. 29 September
In SHE Must Be Obeyed, three Nigerian female musicians’ obscure lives are investigated. It reveals their vicious rivalry and shady dealings, which they all engage in to outdo one another and keep their positions of power. Successful musician Siyanbola Adewale (Funke Akindele), whose apparent humility hides a world of money, arrogance, and clever schemes. The cast of the show includes Nancy Isime, Abdulateef Adedimeji, Patience Ozokwo, and Rachael Okonkwo.

she must be obeyed.




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