From tense courtroom dramas and psychological thrillers to heart-warming tales for all the family, we’re now showing some of the best Indian movies around.
The only tricky bit is deciding what to watch first.
After stumbling on a secret that could bring down the government, a disillusioned young surveillance operative goes rogue, sparking a cat-and-mouse chase across the globe. The only person who can track him down is his army mentor. As the older man pursues his protégé from New Delhi to London, Cairo to Kashmir, the pair become ever more entangled in the dark world of arms dealing. Prepare for intrigue, action and of course a plot twist, in Neeraj Pandey’s latest offering.
In a 21st-century twist on the superhero story, surveillance expert Shiva uses phone-tapping to step in and help those in need. But when a cold-blooded killer starts stalking the streets of Hyderabad, can Shiva’s skills keep him one step ahead? Thrilling and chilling in equal measure, expect a classic battle between good and evil in AR Murugadoss’s latest Indian movie.
Tiger Zinda Hai
In the sequel to 2012’s Ek Tha Tiger, Salman Khan is back as the eponymous RAW agent, in a movie inspired by real events. After 25 Indian nurses are kidnapped in Iraq, Tiger and Pakistani spy Zoya join forces once more, to take on the militants and pull off a daring rescue mission. Action-packed and backed by a hit soundtrack, this slick Indian movie is a must-watch.
Determined to give their daughter the best education, Raj and Mita will go to any lengths to get her into a top English-speaking grammar school. But as their increasingly desperate ploys get out of hand, they learn a lesson no school could ever teach. A great script and spot-on comic timing made this class act one of the best Indian movies of 2017.
When a happy-go-lucky Mumbai housewife unexpectedly lands a job as a late-night radio DJ, her world is turned upside down. But as her long-suppressed ambitions start to blossom, can she learn to balance her new-found fame with family life? If you’re looking for an Indian movie for the whole family, this charming comedy-drama is the one to watch.
On returning from an overseas posting, a naval officer discovers his wife’s affair with a friend and takes matters into his own hands. After shooting his rival, Rustom surrenders himself to the police, sparking a court case that will go right to the heart of the military establishment. Based on a true story, this gripping courtroom drama scooped star Akshay Kumar the 2017 National Film Award for Best Actor.
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