We have come to the end of yet another glorious month at the movies. As promised, we're back to take you through all the films that hit theatres in the month of September.
As always there were many releases and as a cine-goer it would have been really hard for you to catch up with all. Well, you need not worry. We're here to help you find out how each one fared. From the ones that were must-watches to the ones that could just be spared that one watch, we have it all covered. Without wasting any time, let us take a quick look at what people loved in September!
This gripping social thriller, starring Amitabh Bachchan, was applauded for its attempt in highlighting a sensitive issue in the most sensible way possible.
After having won accolades at various film festivals, this Leena Yadav film hit theatres on the 23rd this month. It impressed the audience with its flawless direction and performances.
The Sohail Khan film was an absolute laugh riot with its punches and dialogues. Plus, it gave the audience a chance to see Nawazuddin in a different, 'freaky' role.
Appreciated for its concept, foot-tapping music and actors, Banjo turned out to be a paisa-vasool, desi musical.
The Shallows wasn't just another shark film. It worked because of its pace, cinematography and background score.
The Magnificent Seven
Action-packed sequences, brilliant acting and a great screenplay made this truly magnificent! It was truly a crowd-pleaser.
In Regional Cinema:
September also had numerous regional ventures that were appreciated. Some of these include- Iru Mugan (Tamil), Thodari (Tamil), Oozham (Malayalam), Goli Soda (Kannada), Photocopy (Marathi), and Teshan (Punjabi).
Some films missed by a narrow margin. A few of these include:
Baar Baar Dekho (Hindi) and Vaaimai (Tamil).
Well, that was all for September. With as little as two misses, let's hope October is even better!
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.