Netflix: List of movies and shows releasing this March

March is here and streaming giant Netflix has recently dropped an action-packed teaser on its Instagram handle featuring some amazing upcoming OTT releases for this month.

So buckle up, grab your popcorn and sort out your dates as we present to you some of the most anticipated releases that Netflix has planned for their March menu.


Paglait (March 26)

This Sanya Malhotra-starrer comedy-drama delves into the life of a young widow played by Malhotra and focuses on her journey of self-discovery. The film also stars Sayani Gupta, Shruti Sharma, and Asutosh Rana in supporting roles.

Indoo Ki Jawani (March 2)

A coming-of-age comedy-drama, this film starring Kiara Advani, explores the life of Indira (Kiara) who starts using dating apps after her boyfriend betrays her. However, things go awry as she finds out that one of her dates belongs to Pakistan. The film also stars Aditya Seal, Mallika Dua, Rajesh Jais and Alka Kaushal in pivotal roles.

Bombay Rose (March 8)

Animator and filmmaker Gitanjali Rao's Bombay Rose explores societal hypocrisy through a passionate love story. This animated film explores the romance between a refugee and an escaped child bride. The film stars Cyli Khare, Amit Deondi, Anurag Kashyap, Makrand Deshpande, and others.

Dealer (March 8)

The story talks about a film crew that gets too involved with a gang leader leading to a dangerous and deadly game of war. This found-footage drama stars Abdramane Diakité, Mohamed Boudouh, Sébastien Houbani and others.

Yes Day (March 12)

A fun-filled family comedy where Alison (Jennifer Garner) and Carlos (Édgar Ramírez) decide to give their three kids a "Yes Day" during which the kids have 24 hours to make the rules.

Maxie (March 3)

This comedy-drama film based on Jennifer Mathieu's novel of the same name follows the journey of a 16-year old who finds inspiration from her mother's rebellious past and unanimously publishes a zine that sparks a coming-of-age revolution.

Bad Trip (March 26)

This comedy road movie is a blend of a scripted comedy show and a real hidden camera prank that captures the misadventures of two friends as they embark on a cross-country road trip to New York.

OTT shows

Bombay Begums (March 8)

The show delves into the lives of five ambitious women from different walks of life and narrates the interconnected storylines of their characters. Set in modern-day Mumbai, this drama series has been directed by Alankrita Srivastava and stars Pooja Bhatt, Shahana Goswami, Plabita Borthakur, Amruta Subhash, and Aadhya Anand in lead roles.

Last Chance U: Basketball (March 10)

This sports documentary takes you through eight episodes of the intense and stern world of American community college basketball as ELAC players try their best to get hold of the California state basketball championship crown.

Marriage or Mortgage (March 10)

This reality-based web show focuses on asking couples to choose between a dream wedding and a forever home. It explores the dark reality of the finances of Americans.

Love Alarm Season 2 (March 12)

This popular Korean drama returns for a second season where the story follows a society that has a new technology that allows one to read romantic feelings through an app.

The One (March 12)

This romantic drama series combines science with romance. The film is set in a fictional future where a perfect partner can be found by using a DNA test.

Waffles + Mochi (March 16)

Former First Lady Michelle Obama will be joined by puppet pals to explore, cook and eat food from around the world in this cooking-based web show. The show will be a treat for your whole family to love and devour this March.

Sky Rojo (March 19)

Creators of Money Heist are all set to deliver this thriller show that follows the story of three women on the run from their pimp. In the process, they embark on a journey in search of freedom.

The Irregulars (March 26)

This crime drama series follows the story of a drug-addicted Sherlock Holmes who takes the credit for all supernatural crimes cracked by a group of teenagers.

Who Killed Sara? Season 1 (March 24)

This crime drama follows the story of Alex Guzman (Manolo Cardona), the accused who was imprisoned for 18 years for unjustly ending the life of his sister Sara. After getting released from jail, he will embark on a journey to find out the real culprit.