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Baahubali is one of the most successful Indian movies that is actually not from Bollywood. Originally filmed in Telugu and Tamil languages, it was dubbed into Hindi and broke the Indian box office. Taking inspiration from the Indian epic Mahabharata, the story is divided into two films: Bahubali: The Beginning and Bahubali: The Conclusion, both of them equally enjoyable and satisfying. It tells the story of an ancient kingdom of Mahishmati, where the rightful heir to the throne is forced to live in exile after his uncle tries to kill him as a baby to capture the throne. He is rescued by some villagers, who adopt him and raise him as their own son.




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With Gera's writing and direction, this unlikely story never feels forced. The love blooms organically, in furtive looks and hefty silence and the trust they develop as Ashwin recovers from a broken engagement and Ratna tells him about her late husband. The result is a film so soft and stirring that it will stay with you long after it ends.*


Originally meant for a theatrical release, this Ayushmann Khurrana and Amitabh Bachchan film started streaming on Amazon Prime Video on June 12. The Shoojit Sircar directorial was the first mainstream Bollywood film to opt for a digital release due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown.


This Nawazuddin Siddiqui film is streaming on ZEE5. Here, Siddiqui plays an aspiring writer who wants to join the film industry and Anurag Kashyap plays a corrupt cop. Ghoomketu also starred Ragini Khanna, Raghubir Yadav and Brijendra Kala among others.


Many providers of DNS proxy services will advertise the ability to watch Netflix and other streaming sites. Indeed, as long as the IP address they provide isn\u2019t blocked by Netflix, then you\u2019ll be able to gain access and enjoy streaming shows and movies.\nHowever, the major problem is that it\u2019s very easy for Netflix to block DNS proxies, so they end up being very unreliable. They also tend to have fewer countries available, so you have less chance of finding the library you want. One proxy that doesn\u2019t suffer from these issues is ExpressVPN's MediaStreamer DNS service, which is included in every subscription. It's used by default when you connect to the VPN but can also be configured separately.\nMore importantly for some, a DNS proxy does not encrypt your traffic, so your activity is open to your ISP and anyone else who might be snooping. Plus these services are often free, and in the same vein as a free VPN service, they may be collecting and selling your information, injecting annoying ads, or using other shady or invasive practices.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/"}},"@type":"Question","name":"Does Netflix allow VPNs to access content?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"As mentioned earlier, Netflix has cracked down on allowing subscribers to watch content through a VPN. If an IP address is known to come from a VPN server, traffic from that IP address will be blocked and you\u2019ll see a proxy error. This means that with some VPN providers, you\u2019ll be locked out even if you connect through a server in the country you\u2019re in, simply for the fact you\u2019re using a VPN.\nThis practice seems illogical from a business perspective as it doesn\u2019t really do Netflix any favors and is frustrating to viewers. However, it is understandable when you consider the content licensing restrictions that Netflix has to abide by. These restrictions mean that the company isn\u2019t allowed to show its entire library in every geographical location. Without these constraints, Netflix could feasibly be the same anywhere.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"How do I change my Netflix billing country?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"If you want to change your Netflix billing country, you actually need to close your account and then restart it in your new country. Assuming you\u2019re relocating, you\u2019ll want to be billed in the currency that corresponds to your new location. To do this, wait until your current billing period is up and cancel your account. Then, restart your account in the new location.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"Is it illegal to change my Netflix region?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Using a VPN with Netflix is legal. However, doing so goes against the company's terms of use. After all, due to licensing restrictions, Netflix has to at least be seen to put measures in place to prevent global distribution of its entire library through the use of VPNs. That said, we are not aware of any documented cases in which someone was penalized for accessing content through a VPN.\nWhile this article isn't intended to be legal advice, the worst thing likely to happen is you'll be shown a very limited content library (restricted to Netflix-owned shows) or receive a proxy error.\nThe only other reason you might be likely to get in trouble is if VPNs are illegal in your country, but this is only the case in a few regions.\u00a0","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"Changed region but still getting a Netflix proxy error? Try this:","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Using one of the VPNs on our list above should provide you access to a range of Netflix libraries. However, there could still be one or more hurdles to overcome. We\u2019ve got a checklist for you to run through to make sure you get to watch your shows.\n\nCheck with the VPN provider\u2019s customer support team to see which server to use. They get these requests all the time and you should be able to receive a prompt response. This is your best bet if your provider offers live chat. If not, the next couple of options might be worth trying first.\nDisconnect and reconnect to the same server. You\u2019ll sometimes end up with a different IP address that may not be blacklisted.\nTry connecting to a different server in the same region. Again, this will give you a different IP address that might not be blocked.\nLog out of any accounts that cache your IP address, such as any Google account.\nGo into your device or browser settings and disable any location services.\nTry clearing your cache, cookies, and temporary files.\nIf you\u2019re using Windows 10, you can try disabling IPv6 in your wifi properties and flushing your DNS cache using the command prompt ipconfig \/flushdns.\nIf you\u2019re using a wifi network and have access to the router, you can rename the network to opt out of Google\u2019s geolocation services. Append \u201c_nomap\u201d (without quotation marks) to the end of the network name and reconnect your device to the network.\n","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"What share of the streaming market does Netflix have?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Netflix currently has a 20 percent share of the streaming market. It\u2019s still a dominant force, but its lead has reduced significantly over the past year, from 29 percent. Still, things aren\u2019t all bad, as Netflix still gained 37 million subscribers during that time and generated over $25 billion in revenue.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"Can you use Netflix in two different countries at the same time?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Yes, you can. If you have a standard subscription, you can watch on two devices at the same time and it doesn\u2019t matter where you log in from. If you have a premium plan, you can watch on up to four devices at a time.\nTechnically, according to Netflix\u2019s terms of use, you must live with any person you\u2019re sharing an account with. But if, for example, one household member goes abroad on vacation, they should still be able to access the account and watch as normal. They will just be served content from the Netflix library of the region they're visiting (unless they spoof their location with a VPN).","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"How do I change Netflix region on a smart TV?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"To change your Netflix region on a smart TV, you\u2019ll need to install a VPN app. This may be an app for Android TV or Amazon Fire TV (Fire TV Stick). You can search for these apps via the Google Play Store and via the Amazon Fire TV main menu. Simply download and install the VPN app, connect to a server in the Netflix region you\u2019d like to access, and launch the Netflix app (and sign in if necessary). You should now see the content from the new library. Note that an alternative is installing a VPN on your router (manual configuration is required).","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"How do I change Netflix region on Xbox?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"There aren\u2019t any native VPN apps for Xbox but don\u2019t worry, there are a few ways to change your Xbox\u2019s Netflix region. We\u2019ll run you through each of these below:\nMethod one: Smart DNS\nThe quickest option is to use a smart DNS service, since this just requires you to change your console\u2019s DNS settings. However, this usually only grants you access to the US library, and not all VPNs include this feature.\u00a0\nMethod two: Share a VPN connection\nYou can actually share a VPN connection from another device, so if you already use a VPN on your main PC, changing Netflix region is pretty simple. We\u2019ve written guides on how to create a virtual router on Windows and MacOS in case you\u2019re interested. When you\u2019re ready, just select a server in the appropriate country on your PC\u2019s VPN app, and your Xbox\u2019s location should change too.\nMethod three: Router VPN\nIt\u2019s also possible to install a VPN directly on your router. This will redirect traffic from any device that connects to the network, and you\u2019re free to choose from a much wider range of locations. The downside is that this is a fairly involved process, and you\u2019ll likely need to spend a few hours getting set up. ","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"Can Netflix detect if I use a VPN?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Over the years, Netflix has gotten very skilled at identifying the subtle signs of VPN usage. Providers that don\u2019t have the resources or time to keep finding new workarounds are inevitably blocked, to the point that it\u2019s now quite rare for a VPN to work reliably with this service. In fact, many of those that claim to be able to securely access Netflix really only let you browse the US library. At the time of writing, only a select few services provide access to multiple Netflix catalogs.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"Do I need a US payment method for US Netflix?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"One of the many ways Netflix restricts its content is by requiring payment in the local currency. You won\u2019t be able to pay for a US Netflix subscription in pounds or euros, for instance. However, there is a way around this since Netflix allows you to pay in gift cards.\nNow, these gift cards are also currency-specific, so you\u2019ll need one that\u2019s loaded with US dollars. You can purchase digital vouchers from a variety of online retailers (or buy one in-store, if you\u2019re traveling in the US), then simply enter the code on the Netflix website.\nIt\u2019s worth mentioning that Netflix accounts themselves aren\u2019t region-locked. In other words, even if you successfully create a US Netflix account, you\u2019ll still only be able to watch titles that are available in your current location. The only difference is the monthly subscription price and the currency you pay in.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"Can I get Netflix subtitles in my language?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Netflix technically supports subtitles and alternate audio for a wide range of languages, but not every TV show and movie has been translated or dubbed. The service claims that it \u201cshows the 5-7 most relevant languages based on your location and language settings\u201d, so if you select Hindi as your preferred language, these subtitles are more likely to be suggested over French or German when you\u2019re watching something. Alternatively, you can filter content by subtitle language.","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Aimee O'Driscoll","description":"Aimee is a tech and cybersecurity editor with a focus on consumer privacy and security. She has written for a number of security and tech publications including Security Today and IoT for All. At Comparitech, Aimee covers a range of topics, including digital privacy, online security, VPNs, security software, and cybersecurity education and careers. She is dedicated to providing thorough yet easily digestible information that resonates with fellow lovers of everything digital.\n","url":"https:\/\/www.comparitech.com\/author\/aimee\/","@type":"Question","name":"Why does Netflix have different shows in every country?","answerCount":1,"acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Although Netflix is now available in most countries around the world, the catalog varies wildly from place to place. This is because Netflix must gain broadcasting rights for content in each distinct region.\nThe licensing agreements that Netflix establ


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