It is a great week for movies! Instead of waiting till Friday to catch a new movie in theatres, we can now watch one every day of this week, starting Wednesday. Four big movies are releasing on Independence Day, which also happens to be a national holiday. So you can catch more than one movie in theatres that day. Superstars across the country are gearing up for their big releases, which have been making news for quite some time. Here are the week’s top releases in every language:
Directed by Reema Kagti, GOLD tells the real-life story of India’s first gold medal after independence at the Olympics. GOLD features Akshay Kumar playing the role of Tapan Das, who scored two goals in the final match against Britain. This movie is an absolute must-watch!
Satyameva Jayate (Hindi)
Driven by his harrowing past and a strong sense of justice, Adi (played by John Abraham) sets out on a mission to take down corrupt cops. But one righteous police officer (Manoj Bajpayee) is determined to stop his violent killing spree. If you enjoyed Gangaajal, this must be on your watch list!
Geetha Govindam (Telugu)
Parasuram’s upcoming Telugu romantic comedy explores the story of Govind (Vijay Deverakonda), who falls in love with Geetha (Rashmika Mandanna) but she doesn’t reciprocate his love as he comes across as a pervert. Watch to find out if he manages to impress her!
Mr & Mrs 420 Returns (Punjabi)
Ksshitij Chaudhary is back again with the 420 family and this time, it is going to get even funnier! Jassie Gill and Jaswinder Bhalla will reprise their roles, while Ranjit Bawa and Gurpreet Ghuggi join them in this comedy of errors. It will be a laughter fest at the theatres!
Kolamaavu Kokila (Tamil)
Nelson Dilipkumar’s Tamil drama revolves around the life of a drug peddler and how her profession affects her personal life. Nayanthara stars in the lead role with Saranya Povannan and Yogi Babu as the supporting cast. Catch this fascinating tale in theatres over the weekend!
Kayamkulam Kochunni (Malayalam)
A Malayalam period drama by Rosshan Andrrews, this Nivin Pauly-starrer chronicles the life and times of the legendary 19th-century highwayman and how he rose from his humble beginnings to become a timeless folk hero. Don’t miss the thrilling take of ‘Robin Hood’ in theatres!
Onthara Bannagalu (Kannada)
Sunil Bhimrao’s Kannada family drama revolves around the lives of five people whose respective emotional journeys are highlighted while they travel through the beautiful and scenic places of Karnataka. Catch this multi-starrer in theatres this weekend!
Despite the lack of Hollywood releases, this week is looking look for the theatre-going audience. How many movies will you be catching up with? Make sure you book your tickets before they are all sold out!