The month of April saw diverse genres in the theatres. There were thrillers like Blackmail, romance drama like October, action adventures like Rampage and the obviously the highly awaited Avengers: Infinity war. Even the regional cinema was on a roll with brilliant movies like Nude (Marathi), Subedar Joginder Singh (Punjabi) and Bharat Ane Nenu (Telugu). As surprising as it might sound, most of the movies released this month managed to impress everyone. And hence we are ready with a list of movies you can watch and the ones you must watch. Keep your sticky notes, pens, and notebooks ready and make a note:
The movie marks the debut of Shahid Kapoor's younger brother Ishaan Khattar. He is the central character in the movie and certainly a star in the making. The movie, like many other Majid Majidi's work, is a bittersweet portrayal of life. It is a story of desperation, hope, and happiness, unlike anything you’ve seen before. Read the review of the movie here.
An atypical love story, October is poignant and soul-stirring. Varun Dhawan has moved away from his "hero" avatar for this one and have given an impeccable performance. This Shoojit Sircar's portrayal and approach towards love makes you fall in love with it. Read more about the movie in the review here.
A comedy thriller, this roller coaster ride of a film is absurd and twisted. Irrfan Khan has singlehandedly carried this movie on his shoulders and it is indeed a treat for the black comedy fans. Read the review of Blackmail here.
Avengers: Infinity War
The biggest cross-over movie ever, Avengers: Infinity War lived up every bit to the hype. Running full houses for more than a week now, the film is full of twists, action, thrill and obviously, superheroes. You need to watch the movie more than once to gulp down everything that happens in there. Read the review to know more.
Commonly referred by people as the most intelligent horror movie of the year, A Quiet Place also brings our favorite real-life couple onscreen. With a fresh and unique story, the movie has managed to impress the audience with its script and the tense moments. Read more about the movie here.
You walk into a movie starring Dwayne Johnson for two things – his smoldering intensity and slapstick humor. The movie serves exactly that along with ginormous animals seeking to wreak havoc and obviously the crazy-ass action. Read more about the movie here.
Sony's first animated movie of 2018, Peter Rabbit packs nostalgia with a lot of fun. Peter, the rabbit, has moved slightly away from the original character only to become more relatable to kids today and they definitely love it. Read more about the movie here.
One might have heard a ghost haunting a person but a ghost falling in love with a human is something new to the existence of humans and is also the storyline of this movie. With a lot of comedy and a few chills, Nanu Ki Jaanu did entertain the audience. Read the review of this movie here.
A group of college students plans their last trip before graduation. A simple game of Truth or Dare with a stranger breaks all hell loose and they are left with only three options – tell the truth, do the dare or die. Read more about the movie in its review here.
Regional hit movies: Chitkar (Gujarati), Parakh Natyanchi (Marathi), Khido Khundi (Punjabi), Bharat Ane Nenu (Telugu), Attempt to Murder (Kannada), Krishna Tulasi (Kannada), Nagavalli Vs Apthamithraru (Kannada), Mantr (Marathi), Fera Feri Hera Feri (Gujarati), Aami Ashbo Phirey (Bengali), Krishnarjuna Yuddham (Telugu), Mercury (Silent Movie), Mohanlal (Malayalam), Panchavarnathatha (Malayalam), Dalapathi (Kannada), Golak Bugni Bank Te Batua (Punjabi), Kabir (Bengali), Asehi Ekada Vhave (Marathi), Kissa The Unknown Truth (Marathi), Reva (Gujarati), Subedar Joginder Singh (Punjabi), Chal Mohan Ranga (Telugu), Huccha 2 (Kannada), Nanjundi Kalyana (Kannada), Dristikone (Bengali), Guptodhoner Sandhane (Bengali), Nude (Marathi), Bhai Taru Singh (Punjabi), Buckaasuura (Kannada), Days of Borapura (Kannada), Aravindante Athidhikal (Malayalam) and Uncle (Malayalam).
There were also a few movies that come under the missed category as per the user ratings: Chalbaaz (Bengali), Danga The Riot (Bengali), Aavuj Reshe (Gujarati), Shikari (Marathi), Suvarna Purushan (Malayalam), Hichasathi Kay Pan (Marathi), Kammara Sambhavam (Malayalam), Missing, Hoyto Manush Noy (Bengali), Mahanayak Uttamkumar (Bengali), Parole (Malayalam), Orayiram Kinakkal (Malayalam), Suvarna Purushan (Malayalam), Basmati Blues, Ishq Tera, Sakhya Re Kadhi Yeshil (Marathi), Achari America Yatra (Telugu) and Oollo Pelliki Kukkala Hadavidi (Telugu).
There are many crazy movies (read Deadpool 2, Bhavesh Joshi Superhero, Raazi) coming in the month of May. Stay tuned for the next edition of hits and misses and keep checking the BookMyShow blog for more updates on your favorite movies.
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.