Here’s a look at what’s releasing in theatres this week on June 10 across languages
Nivin Pauly’s Thuramukham is a period action epic set in the backdrop of the Mattancherry harbour from 1927 to 1953. The workers, caught between gang leaders and multiple unions fighting for power, rebel to get back their rights and autonomy.
777 Charlie (Kannada)
Exploring the life of a loner Dharma and his newfound companion Charlie, a dog, 777 Charlie takes us through their different adventures and emotional moments.
Cheene Baadaam (Bengali)
Rishav and his girlfriend Trisha create an app called Cheene Baadaam that helps people find friends. Now estranged, life takes a different turn when they both use their app to find friends.
Ghode Ko Jalebi Khilane Le Ja Riya Hoon (Hindi)
Based on the concept of magic-realism, the film records the journey of four people and portrays Old Delhi through their different journeys.
Ante Sundaraniki (Telugu)
Nani plays Sundar who belongs to a traditional Brahmin family. Nazriya Nazim plays Leela, who is Christian. Both Sundar and Leela develop a bond over time and enjoy being with each other. But when their families are against their love, they decide to fight against all odds…but how?
Oru Melisana Kodu (Tamil)
When Aamil, a talented hand-baller is denied an opportunity, he decides to prove his talent amidst all the challenges and represent his home team in the mail league.
A horror film directed by Preetam Mukherjee revolves around a six-year-old who is possessed by an evil spirit.
Made in Hindi and Marathi, Anya stars Atul Kulkarni, Raima Sen, Prathamesh Parab, Bhushan Pradhan, and Tejashree Pradhan.
Dear Friend (Malayalam)
Tovino Thomas shares happy memories with his friends but chooses to distance himself and avoid his past. However, his past and his friends do not seem to avoid him. Dear Friend revolves around five friends and an incident that changes their lives.
When a young man consumes Suraapanam, a holy drink, he turns into a kid, an old man, and a young boy every day. Is it a boon or bane? How will he face the consequences?
A convict who is going to be hanged the next morning feels lonely and undergoes psychological distress as he fears death.
Kochaal translates to “little one” and is centered around the conflict between a cop who is taken lightly and an infamous local goon.
Sri Allamaprabhu (Kannada)
A periodic drama tracking Allam Prabhu, a 12th-century mystic saint, and his values on Dharma and Lord Shiva.
Prapti (Receipt) (Bengali)
Soma and Sundana were married a couple of years before, but Soma still waits for a letter from her beloved, Bedey Da. One day, Bedey Da visits Soma and they enjoy their time together.