It feels like we welcomed 2016 just yesterday, and look, it is time to bid adieu to yet another month. We’ve come to the end of March and believe it or not, cine-goers have had many awe-inspiring films to choose from, almost making it hard for them to catch up with all. However, there is nothing to worry about, since we’re going to take a look at how the films fared. Let’s get started!
Zootopia is a film about a mammal metropolis where various animals live and prosper. Filled with lovable characters, this one is not just wildly entertaining but also challenges the moviegoers to be more accepting, compassionate and loving. It was loved by everyone that it appealed to!
Kapoor & Sons
This Shakun Batra film, starring an interesting ensemble cast is the story of a dysfunctional family living in Coonoor. Besides being a tearjerker, this film is a spontaneous, fast-paced and precise family drama. If you missed this one, you may want to catch it, as the users seemed to have loved it.
Rocky Handsome is the remake of the Korean Film The Man From Nowhere. It is a film where John Abraham’s action sequences do the talking. John Abraham fans have definitely shown it a lot of love.
Beautifully filmed, Zubaan is the story of Dilsher’s journey to self-discovery. The film managed to hit the right notes with the audience.
Batman v Superman : Dawn of Justice
Directed by Zack Snyder, this edgy action-driven film received mixed reviews from critics. Audiences, which included a good number of DC Comics fans, have enjoyed this film, and thoroughly so.
The film revolves around the life of a newly-appointed SP, who has people in her own department against her. As audience, we always knew Priyanka Chopra would deliver a kick-ass performance, but, what came in as a surprise was Prakash Jha’s spectacular performance in the film. The film was loved and Jha was appreciated for his directorial as well as his acting skills.
Directed by Andrew Haigh, 45 Years is the story of a couple who’s life changes on their 45th wedding anniversary, upon receiving a letter. This film is the most tender, engaging and heartbreaking drama of the month. Surprisingly, it is worth every moment of sadness, and seems to have struck the right chords with the audience!
In Regional Cinema : This month we have also had some regional ventures that were appreciated by the audience. Some of these are – Thozha (Tamil), Oopiri (Telugu), Ardaas (Punjabi) and Ambarsariya (Punjabi). We hope to see many more entertaining flicks the next month.
Not all films did as well. Some missed by a narrow margin. A few of these are Cute Kameena, Mumbai Central, Valeba Raja (Tamil) and Phuntroo (Marathi).
Well, that was all for the month of March. With highly-anticipated films like The Jungle Book, Kung Fu Panda 3 and Fan releasing, let’s hope April is as good, if not better. See you in April.
Disclaimer : The movies selected are solely based on the reviews the users have submitted. We are not referring to the box-office or critical success of the movies.