Here is the upcoming movies on Netflix list for the month of June

Jagame Thandhiram, starring Dhanush, Aishwarya Lekshmi, and James Cosmo, is Netflix India’s top original title in June. It portrays a cunning and careless criminal (Dhanush) who is charged with assassinating a competitor of a London-based criminal lord. The Tamil-language film will be available on Netflix on June 18.

In other news, Manoj Bajpayee, Ali Fazal, Kay Kay Menon, Raghubir Yadav, and Harsh Vardhan Kapoor star in the four-part anthology Ray, which is led by an ensemble cast of Manoj Bajpayee, Ali Fazal, Kay Kay Menon, Raghubir Yadav, and Harsh Vardhan Kapoor. Ray will be available on Netflix on June 25. Skater Girl, the story of a Rajasthani teenaged girl who develops a passion for skating, will be released on June 11 if you want even more Indian cuisine.

Fatherhood, a drama starring Kevin Hart, will be released on Netflix in the United States on June 18. Sweet Tooth, a post-apocalyptic comic book series, is executive produced by Susan and Robert Downey Jr. and released on June 4. Gina Rodriguez must defend her kid – the only possible solution to the world’s insomniac problem — in the thriller Awake, which will be released on June 9.

Channing Tatum, Olivia Munn, Judy Greer, Will Forte, Simon Pegg, and Andy Samberg star in America: The Motion Picture, an over-the-top tongue-in-cheek parody on the American Revolution that hits theaters on June 30. And Sony Pictures’ Wish Dragon, which will be available on Netflix on June 11, has its own Aladdin-esque story.

In Sex/Life, which premieres on June 25, Sarah Shahi fantasizes about her past. In addition, Netflix UK has released the second and final season of Feel Good, with Mae Martin winding up the comedy-drama series based on their lives. Season 2 of Feel Good will be released on June 4.

Internationally, the Venice Film Festival winner Tragic Jungle by Mexican filmmaker Yulene Olaizola will be available on Netflix on June 9. A lady flees an arranged marriage into the mystical Mayan forest in Tragic Jungle. It was successful. Lupin, the French mystery thriller starring Omar Sy, will return for Part 2 on June 11. Baltasar Kormákur, the director of Everest, takes on the imaginary eruption of Iceland’s subglacial volcano Katla in the series Katla, which will be released on June 17.


The fourth season of the Spanish coming-of-age drama Élite will premiere on June 18, and we’ll be treated to four short stories in the lead-up. And a slew of Dutch cats features in Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats, a collection of home movies that will be available on Netflix on June 5.

If you’re looking for more documentaries in June, Netflix offers a lot of options for you. The second season of Too Hot to Handle premieres on June 23 and features beautiful singles attempting (and failing) to resist one other. What’s the point? There’s a $100,000 reward up for grabs. Patton Oswalt contributes his voice to Penguin Town, which will be released on June 16 and follows endangered penguins as they converge on a South African town during the crucial mating season.

Oscar-winner twice over Simon Chinn is an executive producer for Sophie: A Murder in West Cork, a true-crime series about the search for justice in a rural Irish murder. Sophie: A Murder in West Cork will be available on Netflix on June 30.

Here is the whole movies on Netflix list for June 2021. Netflix Original titles have been highlighted in bold.

June 1

  • 13 Going on 30
  • Anna
  • Black Holes | The Edge of All We Know
  • CoComelon: A Sunny Day for Play
  • Free Fire
  • Gold Statue (2019) – A Comedy from Nigeria 
  • The Intern
  • Jupiter Ascending
  • Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
  • Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
  • Roh (2019)
  • Seven
  • Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Jogen
  • Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Kagen
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • StartUp: multiple seasons
  • Super Monsters: Once Upon a Rhyme
  • June 2
  • 300
  • Carnaval

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June 3

  • Alan Saldaña: Locked Up

  • Dancing Queens

  • The Girl and the Gun

  • Myriam Fares: The Journey

  • Proud Mary

June 4

  • Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet

  • The Dead Don’t Die

  • Trippin’ with the Kandasamys

  • Xtreme

  • June 5

  • Kitty Love: Homage to Cats

  • Small Chops (2020)

June 9

  • Awake
  • Confusion Na Wa (2013)
  • Tragic Jungle
  • June 10
  • Camellia Sisters
  • Locombianos: new episode

June 11

  • Lupin Part 2
  • Skater Girl
  • Wish Dragon

June 13

  • Picture a Scientist

June 14

  • Élite Short Stories: Guzmán Caye Rebe

June 15

  • Almost Famous
  • Élite Short Stories: Nadia Guzmán
  • Headspace: Unwind Your Mind
  • Thirteen Ghosts

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June 16

  • Élite Short Stories: Omar Ander Alexis
  • Silver Skates

June 17

  • Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens
  • Aziza (2019)
  • A Man For The Week-End
  • The Souvenir
  • Trial by Fire

June 18

  • A Family
  • Fatherhood
  • Jagame Thandhiram
  • Kambili: The Whole 30 Yards

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June 19

  • The Good Liar
  • Ma (2019)
  • June 22
  • Broken (2019)

June 23

  • Good on Paper
  • The House of Flowers: The Movie
  • Murder by the Coast
  • The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties
  • The Seventh Day
  • Sisters on Track

June 26

  • Motherless Brooklyn
  • Wonder Boy

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June 27

  • Echo in the Canyon

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June 28

  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Season 5: Dragon’s Judgement
  • A Way Back Home (2020)

June 30

  • America: The Motion Picture
  • Sophie: A Murder in West Cork