Movies Releasing In Theatres This Week!

What will you be watching this weekend?

September has been an eventful month. With most big movies streaming on OTT platforms, the viewers have been catching up on missed movies online. But this weekend, some movies are releasing in the theatres. Serious issue-based plots are the theme of the releases this week barring one that treads on the lines of horror comedy.

Let’s have a look at what movies are releasing this Thursday (28th September):

Chandramukhi 2 (Tamil)

A sequel to the multi-starrer Chandramukhi that featured big names like Rajinikanth, Jyotika and Nayanthara, this movie’s casting is completely different from the first one. The second instalment stars Raghava Lawrence, Kangana Ranaut, Raadhika Sarathkumar and others.

Iraivan (Tamil)

A crime-thriller film, Iraivan stars Jayam Ravi, Rahul Bose and Nayanthara in the lead roles. The genre comes with a trigger warning as the plot revolves around the murders of various women and the serial killer behind them.

Chithha (Tamil)

This movie is not for the faint-hearted, watch it for the performances, the social issue it talks about and the message it sends out. Starring Siddharth, Nimisha Sajayan, Sahasra Sree and Anjali Nair, the plot revolves around the uncle played by Siddharth and the lengths he goes to save his niece.

Kannur Squad (Malayalam)

Starring our favourite Mammooty, the movie is about a team of 4 cops who are on a mission to catch a criminal. It’s not just a cop chasing the bad guys, the movie takes us through the journey of these 4 men and the psychology behind the heist.

The Vaccine War (Hindi)

Based on true events, the movie is the story of the scientists who were behind the Covid vaccine- Covaxin by Bharat Biotech and the National Institute of Virology. Starring ace performers like Pallavi Joshy, Nana Patekar, Saptami Gowda, Raima Sen and Anupam Kher. A must-watch for all as it tells the story of India that fought their way to get the vaccine out in the world.

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