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BookMyShow Stream adds exclusive content to its movie library

The movies will start streaming from 21 May.

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Mumbai: With Indian audiences confined to their home due to the second wave of coronavirus outbreak, BookMyShow Stream is offering engaging content to the viewers. From drama to action thriller, BookMyShow Stream will be streaming movies like The Secrets We Keep, Daniel, and Redemption Day to the viewers starting 21 May. 

Viewers can buy or rent these films and pay only for the content they like. 

·The Secrets We Keep: Directed by Yuval Adler, the movie stars Joel Kinnaman, Chris Messina, and Naomi Rapace in the lead roles. The drama-thriller revolves around the life of a woman who rebuilds her life in the suburbs with her husband. Later, she kidnaps her neighbour and starts seeking vengeance for heinous war crimes he committed against her during the time of World War II. 

·Daniel: Directed by Neils Arden Oplev, it is a drama that narrates the story of a young Danish photojournalist who was held hostage for 398 days in Syria by the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIS). The film follows Daniel’s struggle to survive in captivity, his friendship with James, and the nightmare of the Rye family back home in Denmark as they try to cope with the fear that they may never see their son alive again. At the centre of this crisis, we find hostage negotiator, Arthur, who plays a pivotal role in securing.

·Redemption Day: An action thriller directed by Hicham Hajji it revolves around the life of a war hero whose life turns upside down when his girlfriend gets kidnapped. To seek vengeance, the war hero starts his deadly operation to hunt down the shadowy forces. 

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