Android Kunjappan: A fun-filled sci-fi-comedy-drama that revolves around a bond between a village man and a robot. It is an unending tale of love between a son named Subramanian (Soubin Shahir) and his aged widower father Bhaskaran (Suraj Venjaramood). Bhaskara, is a conservative villager, hates the idea of his son relocating to Russia for a job. However, when his son brings a robot to care for him, he develops an unlikely bond with the machine.
Unda: A black comedy about incidents that occur around a unit of policemen from Kerala who reach the Naxalite prone areas in North India for election duty. But the team is hardly trained to use guns and is armed with just lathis, shields. Will they survive the impending attack in the land mines Or will they loose?
Kapella: Set in the village areas of Wayanad, Malappuram and Kannur, Kappela revolves around an ordinary, innocent girl who falls in love over phone with a rickshaw driver and decides to visit his Kozhikode from a high range area called Poovarmala. It then an encounter with a stranger derails her journey.
Charlie: Tessa runs away from home to avoid getting married and rents a room. She finds a sketchbook of the previous occupant, which reveals an incomplete story and she decides to find the artist.
Kumbalangi Nights: A character-driven endearing tale of four brothers who share a love-hate relationship. Saji, Bonny, Bobby and Franky are siblings who don’t get along. Journey through their life as different events and mishaps bring them together and put their animosity apart.
Mayanadi: A romantic-drama between an accidental murderer and a struggling young actress trying to make it into the film industry. Maathen, who works for a gang, is on the run after accidentally killing a police officer. However, his decision to meet his beloved Aparna before moving out of the country puts his life in danger. The film stars Tovino Thomas as a criminal on the run and Aishwarya Lekshmi as an aspiring actress.
Premam: Albeit a coming of age story with a storyline we’ve seen before, Premam is one movie that cannot be brushed aside. Let it be, splitting George’s life into three episodes or showing women in a very realistic and beautiful way, this movie has our heart.