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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Recommends Film ‘Yeh Ballet’ Creating History

Yeh Ballet
As we see the lockdown continued amidst the COVID 19 pandemic, the OTT platforms like Netflix have become the favorite of all. More and more people are relying on this digital platform to enjoy a good time together with family while catching up with various series and films coming on it. Afterall the platform gives a plethora of shows and movies fitting to all genre and age groups with varied choices of films and web shows. Once the digital platform released the film Yeh Ballet by the Indian filmmaker, it has been making news for one reason or the other.
It was one of the recently released movies on Netflix, which is gaining news for many reasons. The film has Sooni Taraporevala as its director the same man who gave big films like Salaam Bombay and The Namesake, while it is produced by the known man from B Town Siddharth Roy Kapur’s under his banner called Roy Kapur Films. The film revolves around the life of two gifted teenagers coming from the underprivileged areas of Mumbai city and they want to make their dreams of becoming dancers a reality despite all the odds coming in their ways.
The film has been recommended by none other than the CEO of Netflix, Reed Hastings. Yes, you heard it right as it is the only first Indian film that has got the direct recommendation from the Netflix bosses. This is the first time when he was seen doing the same by releasing a video and recommending it to one and all. The film has been already receiving rave reviews in India and abroad ever since it was released. With visionary like Mr. Hastings picking up in his list and recommending, it is a proud moment for the makers.

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