Netflix, a digital streaming platform has become a raging phenomenon now, it has defined itself as a one stop destination to satisfy your craving for path breaking and engaging content.
The platform caters to almost every genre and to every audience, be it niche or commercial, it has something for everyone.
The company popularized its brand in such a way that the quote "Netflix and Chill" instantly became the word of the hour.
Apart from the fictional shows and movies, Netflix also has some engrossing documentaries that might make your weekend "binge-watch" session a little more fun, so, here are the top 5 documentaries available on Netflix:
The documentary follows the controversial story of spiritual guru, Osho, who along with his followers built an utopian city in the Oregon desert in the 80's. The teachings of Osho were related to spirituality, Sex and self awareness.
The film has a lot of ingredients like thrill, drama, humour etc. to eventually blow your mind.
This docu-series is a visual splendour. It is a poetry in motion and every episode tells the story of a different world-renowned chef, their struggles, their life; everything.
Make sure you watch the first episode that depicts the love story of Massimo Bottura and his wife, the episode will leave you with a smile on your face.
3). Mercury 13
Way before Armstrong's moon stint, 13 women were getting ready to be up above the sky, however, the idea was shelved, courtesy: political reasons.
Watch this heart-warming series and witness the hidden truth yourself.
The documentary follows the inspirational journey of the mega star Lady Gaga, the documentary takes you inside her creative vicinity and her private world that helps us understand her better.
It also celebrates the hard work and dedication that Gaga has showed over years.
Virunga was one of the first documentaries that was put up on Netflix and it definitely earned a lot of praises as it also managed to bag a nomination in the Academy Awards or Oscars (as you call them).
It tracks the story of Park Rangers that are assigned the hefty task of protecting the mountain gorillas at the Virunga National Park. The film has a powerful premise and is worth every second.