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Footballer Sunil Chhetri wins the internet after he helps a fan to get a free subscription from Netflix to pass time during lockdown

Fan asks footballer Sunil Chhetri to share Netflix account details to use during the lockdown, gets Chhetri’s signed jersey and Netflix subscription card

Korean series, Kannada magazine, novels and ‘psychic’ warnings: Here are the coronavirus ‘predictions’ going viral on social media

Screengrabs from the Netflix show 'My Secret Terrius' are going viral on social media, an episode had references to a China-origin coronavirus as a bioweapon

AAP MLA Atishi Marlena puts up an endearing anecdote about her niece and Netflix, except it is factually incorrect

Marlena shared how she was 'negotiating' with her niece about what to watch on the online streaming platform Netflix when her niece insisted they watch Harry Potter.

“Mountbatten gave away India, and his wife. Cuckolded by Nehru”: Netflix’s British series The Crown tips the hat to first Prime Minister of India

The Crown is a historical drama that chronicles life of Queen Elizabeth from her younger days to her reign and gives a glimpse into the personal life of the royals.

Cricketer Virat Kohli bats for vegetarianism, says ‘never felt better’

Taking to Twitter, Kohli said that watching The Game Changers on Netflix only reaffirmed his faith in the vegetarian diet he has been following since a few years.

Complaint filed against Netflix for alleged anti-Hindu and anti-India content on its platform

Ramesh Solanki, a member of Shiv Sena's IT Cell, has filed a complaint against Netflix with Mumbai police for allegedly defaming Hindus and India.

Netflix issues apology: Kerala man gets unwanted calls after his number was attributed to a fictional gangster in Sacred Games 2

Netflix has managed to leave a Kerala man living in the UAE vexed after it mistakingly used his mobile number in its newly launched web series Sacred Games 2.

Frustrated Pakistani Army now wants Shah Rukh Khan to pay attention to them

Major General Asif Ghafoor, the official spokesperson of the Pakistani armed forces, who thinks it is his patriotic and religious duty to be a Twitter troll, has now directed his ranting towards Shah Rukh Khan and his upcoming Netflix series.

Akali Dal leader Manjinder Sirsa accuses filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of deliberately disrespecting Sikhs in season 2 of Netflix’s Sacred Games

Anurag Kashyap, the newfound cultural hero of the ultra-left wing, has a long history of abusing people and resorting to fake news on social media. 

Netflix launches Rs 199 mobile only India plan

To tap into the the growing mobile market, Netflix has introduced reduced plan for mobile users.

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