Only in India do we see movies being made in multiple languages. While Bollywood is the most well-known industry, the fan following in the South is massive. In fact, South India itself has four major film industries. Then there are Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, and Punjabi movies that you can watch in Mumbai itself. This week, there are movies being released across India. Here are the top ones in each language:
HINDI:- SAHEB BIWI AUR GANGSTER 3
Sanju is back on screen as the royal saga of deceit, conspiracy, greed, and lust continue in the third installment of the film series. Saheb and Biwi are once again pitted against a dreaded foe, with everyone involved scheming ruthlessly for their own personal gain.
ENGLISH:- MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT
The best intentions often come back to haunt you! In the latest installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Ethan Hunt and his IMF team, along with some familiar allies, find themselves in a race against time after a mission goes horribly wrong.
Similar to Rajinikanth’s Kaala, Junga is your don-next-door who is both menacing and goofy. By a strange twist of fate, he makes some very powerful enemies who are resolved to ensure his downfall. Can Junga and his gang of misfits persevere? Watch the movie to find out!
An action fantasy thriller, Saakshyam is made with a unique concept on nature’s five elements. Not much has been revealed about the plot but we know that Bollywood’s leading production house, EROS International has bought the movie for a whopping amount.
Here’s your dose of horror for the week! Vivek is celebrating his wedding anniversary with his wife, who decides to invite four of his friends to surprise her husband. But their celebrations are short-lived when they start experiencing paranormal activities in and around the house.
KANNADA:- SANKASHTA KARA GANAPATHI
This is a story for all aspiring artists. Ganapathi, a cartoonist, is diagnosed with a neurological disorder called Alien Hand Syndrome, which poses a hindrance to his art. Despite the disorder, he strives to achieve his goal as well as win over the girl he loves.
Here’s another story on a unique friendship. 15-year-old busboy Baalu is on the verge of making important life choices when he stumbles upon a 45-year-old Prasanna, who is mentally challenged. Now Baalu is caught in a conflict between his aspirations and morality.
After her successful stint on Hindi television, Sanjeeda Sheikh is making her debut in a Punjabi drama. The makers of the film have kept mum about the plot, not even releasing a trailer before its release. From the poster, we can deduce that the movie revolves around a sport.
Which movie are you most looking forward to watching on the big screen? Book your tickets in advance to avoid long queues at the box office.