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5 Family Dramas On Netflix You Can Watch On 'International Day Of Families'

Family dramas on Netflix you can watch with your entire family on the occasion of the International day of families this year. Check our top picks for you.

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With International day of families just around the corner, we bring to you a curated list of some unmissable family entertainers you can watch on OTT platform Netflix. The International Day of Families is observed each year on May 15. The International Day of Families was first observed in 1993 and was initiated by UN General Assembly. 


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The purpose of celebrating the International Day of families each year is to raise awareness about concerns related to families as a whole. The International Day of families also draws one's attention to spending time with our respective families and spending quality time with them. As the world is currently is going through a rough patch amid the COVID-19 pandemic, people are locked inside their homes and are spending all their time with families, like never before. 

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So why not invest time, watching some superlative family movies, and make the most of this quarantine period. Netflix is a repository of numerous shows, movies, and documentaries, providing content of all genres. So let's take a look at the list of Family dramas on Netflix that you can watch on the International Day of Families. 

Family dramas on Netflix to watch on International Day of Families 

Bareilly Ki Barfi


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If you are a true-blue fan of Bollywood masala movies, then watching Bareilly Ki Barfi is a great pick. Bareilly Ki Barfi is a light-hearted family drama on Netflix. It stars Rajkummar Rao, Kriti Sanon, and Ayushmann Khurrana in lead roles. With some hilarious fun-filled scenes, this film is a must-watch. 

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Mowgli: The Legend of the Jungle


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The story Mowgli: The Legend of the Jungle is something we all aware of. But there's no fun in reminiscing your childhood memories without the company of your entire family. With great special effects, this Family drama on Netflix is highly recommended to watch this International day of families.

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Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara


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Helmed by director Zoya Akhtar, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara is the ultimate dose of entertainment. Shot in exotic locations, packed with catchy songs, and stupendous performances by the ensemble cast, ZNMD is an uber-cool family entertainer. It is a modern take on life, the importance of family and friends. 

Despicable Me


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Despicable Me is one the most-watched family dramas on Netflix across the globe. People are simply in love with Gru and his minions. A story about an adorable thief and his army of minions who somehow meet three little girls and adopts them. The way the father-daughter relationship is shown in this animated flick is truly endearing.  

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Shrek is yet another animated movie you can watch on Netflix. It revolves around magic, ogres, love, and donkey. An out and out laugh riot, which will keep your family entertained until the last minute. Shrek is a franchise, with other instalments as well, So if you finish early, then do not play the sequel. 



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