As promised, we’re back! June has been one hell of a month, hasn’t it? In terms of the number of films that hit the theaters, this hasn’t been any different than May. As a cine-goer, you may have not had the time to keep up with all of them. Fret not! From the highly anticipated ones to those that weren’t really given much of a chance yet managed to make a mark, we got all movies covered.

Want to know how they fared? Read on.

This tale of hope, determination and the love of two siblings managed to tug at heartstrings.
Dhanak - BookMyShow

Housefull 3
The third installment of the Housefull series, seemed to work with the audience because of the legendary comic timing of the actors.
Housefull 3 - BookMyShow

Udta Punjab

This Abhishek Chaubey film managed to get a theatrical release despite all the controversies around it. And guess what? Our reviewers and customers thought it was well worth the hype too.
Udta Punjab - BookMyShow

Raman Raghav 2.0
This raw, powerful and unusual Anurag Kashyap film kept the audience at the edge of their seats.
Raman Raghav 2.0 - BookMyShow

The Nice Guys
The Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe-starrer, turned out to be a delightfully entertaining buddy flick. The chemistry between the actors is what worked for the audience.
The Nice Guys - BookMyShow

The Conjuring 2
The jump scares in The Conjuring 2 made the flick a spine-chilling experience for users.
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Finding Dory

Considered a fantastic portrayal of innocence and love with some fun infused, Finding Dory made its way into the hearts of children and their parents, alike.
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Regional Cinema:
This month we also had some regional ventures that were appreciated by the audiences. Some of those include- Ganvesh (Marathi), A Aa (Telugu), Godhi Banna Sadharna Mykattu (Kannada), Oru Naal Koothu (Tamil), Amma Kannaku (Tamil), Enakku Innoru Per Irukku (Tamil) and Vaapsi (Punjabi).

With no misses whatsoever, June has been a blockbuster month! With films like Sultan, Kasaba and Kabali releasing, let’s hope July is even more exciting.

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.