Top 10 recent movies which are a must, check out the list

Every year brings new actors and creative stories that represent our beliefs and emotions to the vibrant world of cinema. These films make us think about creativity and the arts while addressing important societal challenges. A list of the top 10 recent films you absolutely must see is provided below, featuring standouts like “Kerala Story” and “The Kashmiri Files,” which represent important turning points in Indian filmmaking.

1. The Kerala Story:

This movie is based on a true-life incident. is a Hindi-speaking Indian film that was made by Vipul Shah and directed by Sudipto Sen. Three ladies from Kerala who become Muslims and enlist in the militant Islamic State of Iraq and Syria are the subjects of the plan. The movie, which is focused on “love jihad,” asserts that ISIS has enlisted hundreds of Keralan women who have been converted to Islam. In Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Uttar Pradesh, it was proclaimed tax-free.

2. The Kashmir files:

Based on video interviews with Kashmiri Hindu Pandits who fled Kashmir during the Kashmiri conflict, the movie is based on actual incidents. Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, and Karnataka proclaimed it to be tax-free. With a budget of 20 crores, it has so far made up to 76 crores in box office receipts and is still performing admirably, proving that it is a significant blockbuster movie.

Top 10 recent movies which are a must, check out the list
Top 10 recent movies which are a must, check out the list

3. Ajmer 92:

This movie is based on the actual Ajmer sex scandal that took place in the 1990s. The movie tells the story of a blackmail incident in which girls in high school and college were the majority of the victims. The major actors in the movie are Karan Verma, Sumit Singh, Saiji Shinde, and Manoj Joshi. Pushpendra Singh is the director of the movie. Umesh Kumar is its producer.

4. 72 Hoorain:

The movie focuses on the 72 hoors’ desire to meet in Jannat, where they teach a lesson to unbelievers. The film explores the traps of terrorists and their connection to the network. Director Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan received the National Award for Best Direction.

5. Rocketry: The Nambi Effect

The Nambi Effect, a biography of physicist Nambi Narayanan, starred R Madhavan in the title role. The movie, Madhavan’s first as a filmmaker, had its world premiere at the Cannes International Film Festival before being distributed in many languages.

6. Major:

Major featured Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, who perished in the Mumbai assaults on 26/11, and Adivasi Shesh in the prominent roles. From his early years up until the moment he decided to follow the road of sacrifice to save the lives of several people who were stranded in the Taj Hotel during a crisis, the movie follows his journey.

7. Vikram:

After 2018’s Vishwaroopam 2, Kamal Haasan returned to the big screen with Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Vikram. The movie launched a world that will have sequels and spin-offs, as stated by the filmmaker in a recent roundtable conversation with Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil and Tamil star Vijay Sethupathi.

8. The Conversion :

The Conversion is a Vinod Tiwari-directed movie in the Hindi language. Vindhya Tiwari, Ravi Bhatia, and Prateek Shukla were cast as the movie’s leading actors. The act of conversion has been shown in this movie, in which a Hindu girl falls in love with a Muslim male, but he manipulates her solely to convert her. This film is about romantic jihad.

9. Ponniyin Selvan (both parts):

The film “Ponniyin Selvan” is based on Rajendra I, a Chola emperor, and stars Chiyaan Vikram, Karthi, Jayam Ravi, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Trisha Krishnan, Sobhita Dhulipala, and Prakash Raj. With an estimated budget of Rs 500 crore, it is the costliest Indian cinema film.

10. Kantara:

Kantara, a 2022 Indian Kannada-language movie, was written, directed, and produced by Rishab Shetty and Vijay Kiragandur under Hombale Films. Despite a small production budget, it became India’s biggest surprise blockbuster, praised by critics and moviegoers for its deeply ingrained Kannada culture. Despite not being widely distributed, the film’s success in the indigenous Kannada market helped it succeed.

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