Ajeeb Daastans released on Netflix today. Check out the reviews, plot, cast, storyline.

Ajeeb Daastans Netflix reviews, cast, plot

Ajeeb Daastans, directed by Shashank Khaitan, Neeraj Ghaywan, Kayoze Irani, and Raj Mehta, produced by Karan Johar released on the OTT platform, Netflix, today i.e April 16, 2021, and is among one of the top searches on Google today as fans are curious to know everything about the recently released Hindi movie.

Well, you came at the right place as this article will tell you the insights of the recently released movie, Ajeeb Daastans, its reviews, the plot, the cast of the movie and its storyline. The trailer of the film was released on April 2, 2021 with the caption that read, “Watch 4 unique stories unfold through a series of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat.”

Ajeeb Daastans: A Netflix movie

Ajeeb Daastans, directed by Shashank Khaitan, Neeraj Ghaywan, Kayoze Irani, and Raj Mehta, produced by Karan Johar is a Hindi-language anthology film, consisting of 4 short film segments. The film released on Netflix today, i.e. on April 16, 2021 in India.

Plot and Synopsis

As anthology series are gaining a huge popularity these days, Netflix is bringing to you back to back exciting anthology series, like Ludo and Ghost Stories. Netflix has come up with another exciting and thrilling Hindi movie, Ajeeb Daastans.The movie hovers around the four different stories of our generation, their relationship, truths, secrets, toxicity, and many other things, the story full of suspense, thrill.

Synopsis of the movie says, “Ajeeb Daastaans is an anthology of four strangely contrasting stories which delve into fractured relationships and unexplored spaces. The stories set in varied milieus, explore jealousy, entitlement, prejudices and toxicity, which are often entangled within the heart of their relationships. Each story also takes you on a journey where one would struggle with the moral dilemma of what’s right and what’s wrong, as the lines between them get blurred.”


The recently release movie casts some of the brilliant and extraordinary actors of Bollywood, which includes Fatima Sana Shaikh who potrayed the role of Lipakshi in the movie. The film has total four segments, each of which is potrayed by different bollywood actors.

First segment: Majnu – Shashank Khaitan’s segment

The first segment, directed by Shashank Khaitan casts Fatima Sana Shaikh as Lipakshi, Jaideep Ahlawat as Babloo, Abhay Joshi as Babloo’s son, Armaan Ralhan as Raj Mehta, Arvind Pandey as Gopal.

Second segment: Khilauna – Raj Mehta’s segment

The second segment, directed by Raj Mehta casts Nushrat Bharucha as Meenal, Abhishek Banerjee as Sushil, Inayat Verma as Binny, Maneesh Verma as Vinod Agarwal.

Third segment: Geeli Pucchi – Neeraj Ghaywan’s segment

Third segment, directed by Neeraj Ghaywan casts Konkona Sen Sharma as Bharti Mandal, Aditi Rao Hydari as Priya Sharma, Gyan Prakash as Bharti’s boss, Bachan Pachehra as Dushant, Sreedhar Dubey as Shiv Sharma, Priya’s husband.

Fourth segment: Ankahi – Kayoze Irani’s segment

Fourth segment, directed by Kayoze Irani casts Shefali Shah as Natasha, Manav Kaul as Kabir, Tota Roy Chowdhury as Rohan, Sara Arjun as Samaira.

Trailer and review

The trailer of Ajeeb Daastans was released on April 2, 2021 and received a positive response from the critics and audiences, crossing more than 1.7 million views on YouTube, with more than 46k likes. The casting of the movie is on POINT and audience appreciated the brilliancy of the Actor’s acting skills. The film received IMDb ratings with 9 stars, definitely not a movie to miss.

Netizens are drooling over the cast of this fascinating movie. “OH MY GOD!! The cast….the cast….the whole cast… internal screaming”, comment dropped by one of the users on YouTube. “Looks like another masterpiece just as “LUDO”, comment dropped by another user.

Watch the trailer here in case you haven’t watched it yet:

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