Indian movies, shows clock over 1 billions views on Netflix in 2023, says streamer in new report | Bollywood

In a sweeping testament to their global appeal, Indian films and series amassed over a billion views on the streaming giant Netflix this year, the company announced in a freshly released engagement dossier.

Soaring Viewership for Indian Content on Netflix Marked in 2023 Analysis

The comprehensive “What We Watched: A Netflix Engagement Report” sheds light on the viewing preferences for the duration that spans from July to December 2023.

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Worldwide, Netflix users spent an astonishing 90 billion hours engrossed in the platform’s offerings during the latter half of the year.

Featuring among India’s most viewed, Sujoy Ghosh’s acclaimed “Jaane Jaan” garnered the top position with 20.2 million streams, and was closely followed by fan favorites “Jawan” at 16.2 million views and “Khufiya” with 12.1 million.

Also making the list of hits were titles such as “OMG 2”, “Lust Stories 2”, “Dream Girl 2”, and the gripping true-crime chronicle “Curry & Cyanide”.

In the web series domain, “The Railway Men”, featuring the talents of Kay Kay Menon, Babil Khan, and Divyenndu, led the charge with an impressive 10.6 million viewership tally, followed by the harrowing “Kohraa”, the enigmatic “Gun and Gulaabs”, and the period saga “Kaala Paani”.

Across the globe, content in languages other than English captivates nearly one-third of Netflix’s audience, showcasing the rich diversity of storytelling.

Viewers thronged to series and films in Korean, Spanish, and Japanese, such as the German “Dear Child”, the Polish “Forgotten Love”, Mexico’s “Pact of Silence”, Korea’s “Mask Girl”, Japan’s “Yu Yu Hakusho”, and the Spanish drama “Berlin”.

Topping the charts, “Leave the World Behind”, starring Hollywood A-listers Ethan Hawke and Julia Roberts, pulled in 121 million views, with Adam Sandler’s animated “Leo” not far behind.

Additionally, the live-action adaptation “One Piece” saw an incredible 72 million fans tuning in to watch.

Further underscoring Netflix’s robust catalogue, lasting favorites like “Wednesday”, “Red Notice” and “Squid Game” continued their successful run into 2023.

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