STAY IN-TERTAINED: Rakul Preet Singh is on OTT exploration mission during lockdown

Updated: May 11, 2020, 08:19 | Anshul Vipat
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    On a regular day, Rakul Preet Singh's Instagram posts could well double-up as tutorials for the average Joe to make the most of the ongoing period of isolation. But when she isn't using her furniture as workout props, busting diet myths, and indulging in play with her family members, Singh recedes to her couch to become more like us — indolent consumers of web shows. Her list of binge-worthy shows includes a mix of South films and international shows. (All pictures: mid-day archives/trailer screenshots from YouTube).

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  • Watchmen, Rakul Preet Singh, Coronavirus

    Watchmen: "I have been binge-watching shows that have been recommended by friends. I saw one called Watchmen, which was [beautifully] written and unpredictable. It was Arjun [Kapoor] who had suggested it," says the actor.

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  • Loudest Voice, Rakul Preet Singh, Coronavirus

    Loudest Voice: The Loudest Voice is a 2019 American drama television miniseries. Rakul Preet calls the Apple TV series as a noteworthy addition. "It is not an over-the-top drama. It has been created interestingly and is based on the manner in which the #MeToo campaign kick-started", says the De De Pyaar De actress.

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  • The Morning Show, Rakul Preet Singh, Coronavirus

    The Morning Show: The Morning Show is another addition to Rakul's favourite list. The Morning Show is an American drama web television series starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carell.

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  • Caliphate, Rakul Preet Singh, Coronavirus

    Caliphate: Caliphate is a 2020 Swedish thriller drama TV series. The story is based on an agent of the Swedish Security Service, who receives a tip that a terror attack is being planned in Sweden.

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  • Charlie, Rakul Preet Singh, Coronavirus

    Charlie: A career as a South Indian film actor implies Singh is also spoilt for choice when it comes to shows in regional languages. "There's a Malayalam film called Charlie starring Dulquer [Salmaan] that I'd recommend", she says.

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When Rakul Preet Singh isn't using her furniture as workout props, busting diet myths, and indulging in play with her family members, Singh recedes to her couch to become more like us — indolent consumers of web shows. Here's what the actress recommends us to watch during the lockdown.