Everything Releasing This Week In Theatres (13th To 19th June), Film Companion

Here’s a look at what’s releasing in theatres this week on June 17 across languages.

Veetla Vishesham (Tamil)

This remake of Badhaai Ho explores the story of a mother of two sons, who gets pregnant in her 50s and how the family goes through a whirlwind of emotions. 

Vaashi (Malayalam)

In a courtroom face-off, two talented lawyers, who are close friends, take opposite sides and are determined to win the case. 

Virata Parvam (Telugu)

Virata Parvam stars Sai Pallavi as Vennela and Rana Daggubati as Ravanna, a Naxalite leader. Set against the backdrop of the Naxalite movement, the film takes you through an intense action-thriller through the story of Vennela and how far she goes for love.

Nikamma (Hindi)

A remake of the 2017 Telugu film Middle Class Abbayi, Nikamma is an action-comedy starring Abhimanyu Dassani, Shirley Setia, and Shilpa Shetty. 

Khadak (Kannada)

When Dharma’s father is killed infront of him, Dharma decides to avenge his father’s death and grows up to be a policeman. 

Lightyear (English)

Astronaut Buzz Lightyear lands on a hostile planet with his crew, he then embarks on an adventurous journey to find his way back home. 

Ittu Si Baat (Hindi)

This teenage story of Bittu Sharma and his first love Sapna Mathur is a slice-of-life tale that shows the extent to which Bittu goes to fulfill his crush’s dreams. 

Kerosene (Telugu)

When a cop investigates a rape and burnt-to-death case, he finds out that there are many mysterious cases with the same crime pattern, and all the victims are burnt with Kerosene.  

Heaven (Malayalam)

A stoic police officer with a successful record investigates a homicide case that turns his life upside down. 

Iskabon (Bengali)

Narrating the political events during the Maoist movement, Iskabon traces the conflict between Narenji who opposes the government and forms a new party, and Shiv Mukharjee, the CRPF captain. 

Godse (Telugu)

A vigilante named Godse takes the action route to expose and fight against corrupt politicians and businessmen. 

Viddikalude Mashu (Malayalam)

A brahmin boy tries to overcome his past trauma, inferiority complex, and failures to become a good teacher. 

You Are My Hero (Telugu)

The ghost of an honest police officer who was murdered along with his wife seeks revenge in this horror film. 

Prakashan Parakkatte (Malayalam)

A humorous family drama narrating the life of Prakashan who struggles to meet the ends and his son who explores his teenage days.

Aay Khuku Aay (Bengali)

Directed by Sauvik Kundu, Aay Khuku Aay is a story of a father and daughter starring Prosenjit Chatterjee and Ditipriya Roy.

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