Malayalam Films To Look Forward To In 2024

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Aadujeevitham is arguably one of the most awaited Malayalam films of the decade, and it’s no exaggeration. Director Blessy and Prithviraj Sukumaran began the initial works for the film back in 2008-09 and the film’s progress was delayed due to budget constraints.


Aavesham is expected to be set within a college campus and deal with a gangster who is recruited by the students to handle an ongoing ego tussle provided all action takes place outside the campus premises.


This fantasy adventure is the directorial debut of legendary actor Mohanlal, who is also playing the lead role in the film. It narrates the story of Barroz, a good-spirited warrior who doubles up as the guardian of Vasco da Gama's hidden treasure.

Ajayante Randam Moshanam

One hero, three timelines, three identities — this seems to be the basic plot conceit of Tovino Thomas’ tentpole outing Ajayante Randam Moshanam. The film will be released in 3D format.


It is expected to be a Robert Eggers-inspired take on a horror myth from ancient Kerala history, revolving around a haunted bungalow, starring superstar Mammooty.

Malaikottai Vaaliban

One of the most anticipated pan-Indian spectacles of 2024, Malaikottai Vaaliban features Mohanlal in the title role and is said to be a period-action film focussed on wrestling. It is helmed by the acclaimed director Lijo Jose Pellissery, who made Nanpakkal Nerathu Mayakkam.

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Tovino Thomas portrays a cop in this investigative thriller that revolves around two major crimes that shook Kerala and the subsequent inquiry into the cases. The movie is helmed by debutant director Darwin Kuriakose.


Mammootty is once again collaborating with a debutant director, Deeno Dennis. The movie is a game thriller—a genre not extensively explored in Indian cinema. The initial posters showcasing Mammootty in a stylish avatar have already generated widespread discussion in film forums.


Mohanlal's pan-Indian effort Vrushabha is directed by Kannada filmmaker Nanda Kishore of Ranna and Mukunda Murari fame. Backed by Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Telefilms, it co-stars Shanaya Kapoor, Roshann Meka, and Zahra S Khan.

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