Another month has gone by and as promised, we’re back! In July, we saw some of the most anticipated films hit theatres. The month began with the much-awaited Salman Khan starrer Sultan and a string of other films followed. If for some reason or the other, you were not able to make it to the movies, you need not worry. From the ones that fell in the one-time watch category to the ones in the must-watch category, we have it all covered for you, as always.
Let us now take a quick look at what the month of July brought us!
This sports drama managed to deliver what it promised. It hit the right notes with the audience and was loved by bhai and non–bhai fans alike.
Ice Age: Collision Course
The fifth installment of the Ice Age series, with all its witty dialogues, grin-worthy scenes, endearing characters and amazing visuals, succeeded in keeping the audience happy through the film.
Directed by Nishikant Kamat, this socio-thriller seemed to have worked because of its content and Irrfan Khan’s performance.
Star Trek Beyond
Fans of the franchise didn’t need a reason to watch this flick. The others loved it for its extraordinary graphics.
Kabali had blockbuster written all over it even before its release simply because it starred Superstar Rajini. The audience loved it for brilliant performances and its music.
The Secret Life of Pets
This animated film did not fail to entertain the audience. Moreover, it seemed to have worked with children and their parents as well!
In Regional Cinema:
We also had some regional gems that were appreciated by audiences across the country. Some of these include- Atti (Tamil), Khawto (Bengali), Bambukat (Punjabi), Karinkunnam 6s (Malayalam, Half Ticket (Marathi) and Astu (Marathi).
Not all films did well. Some missed by a narrow margin. A few of these are Shajahanum Pareekuttiyum (Malayalam) and Nayaki (Telugu).
Well, that was all for the month of July. See you next month!
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.