The last weekend of April did not have many movie releases due to the grand release of Avengers: Infinity War. In fact, Bollywood only had one new movie in theatres – Sudhir Mishra’s Daas Dev. Other than Avengers, regional movies like Nude and Uncle left us highly impressed.
But the month of May has a whole new set of mind-blowing movies awaiting release. This week itself, the biggest stars of Hollywood, Bollywood, and regional cinema make their way to the big screen with these five big releases:
Based on the dreaded terrorist Omar Sheikh, this much-awaited film finally hits theatres this Friday. The biographical thriller drama explores events from the 1994 kidnapping of foreign tourists to the tragic assassination of Daniel Pearl. Rajkummar Rao will once again don a new avatar, this time in a role that will make you fear him. Click here to read our review of the film.
102 Not Out
Based on a Gujarati play, this film explores the unusual relationship between an old man of 75 and his even older father of 102. There's no surprise as to which character the master of disguise, Big B, plays in this comedy-drama. The chemistry between the two is crackling and we cannot wait to see it on the big screen this Friday.
Isle of Dogs
With a huge cast of amazing actors, this animated drama is set in the fictional city of Megasaki in Japan where all canine pets are sent into exile to a large garbage dump. The rest of the film follows a boy's odyssey in search of his lost dog. Join him on his epic journey this Friday that will decide the fate and future of the entire Prefecture.
Naa Peru Surya – Naa Illu India
Allu Arjun is back! This time, he takes on the role of an officer of the Indian Armed Forces with serious anger management issues. While he is great at his job, will his emotional issues hamper his career prospects? Watch the movie this Friday to find out! There is also a Malayalam version of this movie, titled Ente Peru Surya Ente Veedu India.
The story of this Malayalam comedy-drama revolves around an overnight bus journey, where travelers analyze how the society has evolved through time. It discusses issues like schizophrenia and patriarchy, with a metaphorical twist in the end. Don't miss this Suraj-starrer in cinemas near you!
So which superstar’s movie will you be catching for the first day, first show? Let us know in comments below and don’t forget to check our site for a complete list of this week’s releases.
Disclaimer: The release dates are subject to change.