By now, you’ve probably watched War, Joker, and Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy multiple times. The movies released last week and have raged up a storm in theatres. Box office numbers are exploding due to several holidays and the filmy audience cannot get enough of these movies. So, now if you’re in the mood for a change, we have some new movies you can catch in theatres this weekend. This week, a popular actress makes her return to Bollywood and another legendary football player’s biopic hits the theatres. In regional cinema, we have two perfect horror treats from the South and some Marathi movies are finally hitting theatres too. Here are the top releases of the week you need to book for:
The Sky is Pink
This incredible true love story of a couple is told through the lens of their teenage sassy and also… dead daughter. The romantic drama traces the life of the couple since they get together moving on to them dealing with their daughter’s terminal illness. Read more.
Henry Brogan is an elite assassin but he is suddenly targeted and pursued by a mysterious young operative. As much as Henry has been trained to deal with such a situation, his new enemy is his biggest one yet as he seemingly can predict his every move.
This biopic chronicles the career of one of the world’s most celebrated football icons. Constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage, the documentary also focuses on Maradona’s eventful stint with S.S.C. Napoli in the ‘80s.
Director: Rohin Venkatesan
Cast: Tamannaah Bhatia
A man is having trouble selling his house because of the ghosts haunting it. He asks four individuals to stay in the house for a few days and prove to him the ghosts are gone. What follows is a thrilling combination of edge-of-the-seat horror and lots of comedy.
This thrilling horror film highlights the issue of food adulteration and the devastating effect it has on people. To tackle this corrupt practice, a food safety officer and a teacher with no sense of smell join hands and decide to put an end to it once and for all.
Appa Ani Bappa
After a middle-class family man throws a massive Ganeshotsav celebration for his aging father, he finds himself in a huge amount of debt and faces social ridicule. In desperation, he appeals to Lord Ganesha to come to his rescue and to his great surprise…he does!
Man Udhaan Vara
An official remake of Onaatah (2016), which won the National Award for Best Khasi Film, this heart-wrenching drama explores the journey of a rape survivor and her attempt to move on from her trauma, with her help of her father and lover.
Click here for the complete list of movie releases of the week and get booking to avoid the “sold out” sign at the box-office window!