Ayushmann Khurrana, one of Bollywood's most versatile actors, is known for choosing films that address pressing societal issues; but, this time around, Andrea Kevichusa, his co-star and a Bollywood debutant, is also attracting a lot of attention. Anek is now available to stream on Netflix. The political thriller film made its online streaming debut on June 26 following a mediocre box office performance when it first opened in theatres on May 27. But surprisingly the film is receiving a lot of viewership records on the OTT platform but is drawing both good and bad reactions. Check out the reviews.

‘Anek’ Ayushmann Khurrana film starring on Netflix

This would mark the second collaboration of Ayushmann and director Anubhav Sinha after giving a mind blowing performance in Article 15. Dropping the stunning cover picture Netflix as always came up with an amazing caption quoting ‘Ayushmann Khurrana hai ek, hurdles hain #Anek. Who is going to win? 🤔Anek is now streaming!’.

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Anek  IMDB rating

IMDB has rated Ayushmann and Andrea’s Anek with 7.4 stars out of 10 which is quite impressive.

Joshua, played by Ayushmann, is a special agent sent on a mission to the nation's northeast. He set out to eliminate the separatist danger.  On the other hand, the character played by Andrea Kevichusa experiences discrimination because of her race she wants to reporesent India in boxing but her father is against the idea.

Anek twitter review