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10 best films and shows on Indian OTT this week. Shehnaaz’s tribute to Sidharth Shukla “Tu Yahin Hai” drops tomorrow. The almost traditional comedy with light-hearted characters is back for a short time on OTTC, this time featuring the best rapper and actress in new looks. Since French television announced the launch of the series “Heirs”, its viewership has grown from 1.5 to 3.5 million people, and it only takes one show to take us in the rankings. So, you can still have time to drop by on the way to work. In “Tu”. The King of Angels “Tu” (or “Angel”) is the most successful OTTS film in the last four years, with over Rs 1.2 billion spent on it. They are accompanied by Grandson of Chakrabarti, Sky Warriors: The Last Stand, Son of Sabah and Twilight. However, not everything about it is great. It is also impossible not to mention two frankly weak episodes. One of them caused a very mixed reaction: the son’s family, which is responsible for promoting the film, claims that more than 80 percent of the jokes in it are absolute nonsense, but at the same time the family themselves were not involved in its production.Another topic that many cannot come to terms with is the manifested behavior of a son who is much younger than his father. Others can forgive individual jokes, but the way the son looks in the frame is not. Although, perhaps, this is what prompted the filmmakers to take liberties: after all, as far as one can judge, the film is closer to the novel than to the feature film. Tarantino’s well-publicized Gangs of New York, based on inspirational events in the life of ordinary New Yorkers, is in fact nothing more than an ambitious film with rich techniques that can lead many to confusion. This week’s best film from India is worth revisiting for at least one of my favorite actors: Ryan Gosling, who played the still young Dustin Hoffman here. Burlesque is just as interesting to the TV audience as it is to the cinema audience, and I would love to watch it again. Even more intriguing was the experiment, which Ghagor Jukun talks about in its annual Let’s Go column dedicated to successful comedies. Shows that are not OTT