Bollywood has been an epicenter to showcase the choice of art in cinema, but seeing our history of indian cinema we have some great work in our regional format.
The diversity of India brings us the taste from all around the nation, we connect with regional films not because of language but the simple story which tells us much more about our emotions.
- by Gaurav Ghosh
Here are the list some of the movies in different indian language for you all;
1. Enai Noki Paayum Thota
Enai Noki Paayum Thota (transl. The bullet fired at me) is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language action thriller film.
Enai Noki Paayum Thota is a romantic thriller in which Dhanush plays the role named Raghu, Enai Noki Paayum Thotaa college student. Megha Akash will be seen as Lekha, who has a strong character in the Gautham Menon-directorial.
The story is about the hero landing in a chaotic situation after falling in love with a girl. How the whirlwind romance changes the hero's life forms the crux of the story.
(None of the above) is a 2018 Indian political thriller film directed by Anand Shankar.
Varun(Vijay Devarakonda) is a spoilt brat who is not interested in his corrupt father’s(Nasser) political life. To his shock, his dad makes him the CM of the state for a temporary period. Initially, Varun takes things on a silly note but a small incident changes his mind and he becomes committed to his job which is not liked by his dad. Rest of the story is as to how Varun fights his father and finally continues as the CM of the state.
3. Dear Comrade
It is a 2019 Indian Telugu-language romantic action drama film written and directed by Bharat Kamma.
Bobby(Vijay Devarakonda) is a charismatic student leader who gets into all sorts of troubles. He falls in love with Lilly(Rashmika) and just when they are about to settle down, Bobby’s never changing aggressive nature causes a rift between them and the couple breaks up.
Three years pass by and Bobby accidentally meets Lilly again and sees her in a devastated stage admitted to a hospital. Why is Lilly admitted in a hospital? What happened to her? And how does Bobby help her come back to normal is the whole all about.
4. RX 100
RX 100is a 2018 Indian Telugu-language romantic action drama film written and directed by Ajay Bhupathi.
The story of the film is based in a rural village of Godavari and Shiva(Karthikeya) is a rugged head who falls in love with Indhu(Payal Rajput). Love blossoms between the couple and right when the time comes to disclose the affair to their elders, the couple gets separated through a very shocking twist. What is that twist?
How will the couple handle this tricky situation? and what happens to them at the end? That forms the rest of the story.
5. Super Deluxe
Super Deluxe is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language crime black comedy-drama film with elements of science fiction and fantasy.
Super Deluxe is set over a day and a half and unfolds almost entirely in the daytime across various interior spaces in Chennai. The narrative seems to be playing out about a decade-and-a-half ago(the 2004 tsunami is a plot point), but the pop culture references are from the 1980s. The title is one of the film’s many Easter eggs – it suggests a hyper-real experience that is heaving with known and unknown pleasures.
The off-kilter humour, leisurely pace (the film clocks nearly three hours), and surreal adventures create a world in which nothing much seems to happen but a lot actually does. Kumararaja walked Scroll.in through the world of Super Deluxe during a recent visit to Mumbai. Here are edited excerpts from the conversation.
6. The Last Color
The Last Color is an Indian feature film produced and directed by Indian-American Chef Vikas Khanna.
Set in Varanasi, the holy city of light, The Last Color brings out the dark side of the society. The film attempts to touch upon various issues such as domestic violence, casteism, treatment of transgenders, misuse of power by the police, and so on. With so many issues at hand, at times it feels like the plot has lost its direction. Its major focus is to highlight the plight of widows in some parts of the country, where they are forced to practice complete abstinence after the death of their husbands
Asuran (transl. Demon) is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language period action thriller film written and directed by Vetrimaaran.
The story revolves around the father and the son and their fight to live in dignity. The father's urge to protect his son and keep him safe makes the movie an engaging affair.
For the uninitiated, Asuran is roughly based on the award-winning book Vekkai, authored by Poomani.
Gumnaami is an Indian Bengali-language mystery film directed by Srijit Mukherji.
The film is based on the Mukherjee Commission Hearings and does a good job of making historical research intriguing and thought-provoking. The film depicts the three theories trying to explain the death or disappearance of Subhas Chandra Bose.
All this with a dollop of whodunnit element to it.
Interesting theories and clues about this throughout the movie.
Why didn’t they do nothing to get him back or did they? Why was the Nehru Government spying on the Bose family, as late as the 1960s, if Netaji had allegedly died in a plane crash on August 18th1945? Why has Netaji been declared a war criminal by Allies and what did the Nehru Government do about it?
9. Professor Shonku O El Dorado (Professor Shonku and El Dorado)
It is a Bengali science fiction drama film
Professor Shanku O El Dorado is a Bengali science fiction thriller, based on Satyajit Ray’s story, Nakur Babu O El Dorado. Professor Shanku (Dhritiman Chatterjee) is a genius scientific inventor and explorer. He decides to explore deep in the jungles of the Amazon, looking for the fabled city of El Dorado. But he is visited at home by a man called Nakur Chandra Biswas, aka Nakur Babu (Subhasish Mukhopadhyay) who warns him about impending dangers.
Professor Shanku realises that Nakur Babu has supernatural powers to read the mind and see the future. Shanku takes Nakur Babu with him to a scientific conference in Brazil, to showcase his paranormal powers.
What follows is a thrilling chain of escapades and the two men escaping from them unharmed. Starring Dhritiman Chatterjee, Subhasish Mukhopadhyay Directed by Sandip
10.Sufna (transl. Dream)
It is a 2020 Indian Punjabi-language romantic drama film written and directed by Jagdeep Sidhu.
Free-spirited youth Jeet doesn't have a care in the world in his village and he is content to let fate dictate his path. This laidback approach changes radically when he spies Teg, a beautiful girl from a neighbouring village. If he is to win her heart, Jeet will have to seize control of his destiny and take responsibility for the choices he makes. When circumstances threaten to separate the fledgling lovebirds, Jeet and Teg face tough decisions to nurture their precious feelings.
A story beautifully woven across all types of emotions. It gives out a clear message that Religion is just man made and the only thing that really matters in this Life is core Human Values such as really wishing happiness to others from the bottom of your heart without expecting anything in return from them And the movie vividly shows that Love is pure, boundless and eternal.
Awesome direction and natural expression of actors. Wonderfully written and well sung songs like Ammi meri and others too.
It is a 2020 Indian Comedy-drama film directed by Nicholas Kharkongor and produced by Saregama India.
It revolves around a group of friends from the different north-eastern states who struggle to cook the special dish of smoked pork with axone for their friend’s wedding. The pungent smell of axone (fermented soybeans) causes a clash between the neighbours who already look down upon their lifestyle, including their choice of food.
The delightful Dolly Ahluwalia and Vinay Pathak play the roles of the landlords to these youngsters.
It is a 2020 Indian Telugu-language action thriller film written and directed by Mohana Krishna.
A mystery serial killer (Nani) challenges DCP Adithya (Sudheer Babu), a decorated cop, by murdering a police officer. Hiding in the shadows, the killer is working with a vengeance and threatens to kill four others. "Catch me if you can or accept your defeat," is his challenge to the DCP.
As one murder after another is accomplished, Adithya has a tough time understanding the motives of the killer and tracing him. Despite help from Apoorva (Nivetha Thomas), a crime novel writer, he fails to crack the case. But clues fall in place slowly. What is the killer's motive? Is he psychotic? Can Adithya stop him from committing the ultimate crime? Answers to these questions are found in the second half.