5 forthcoming South Indian films that are superior to Bollywood remakes

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Published by Aakash Khuman on 30 Jun 2022

5 Upcoming South Indian Movies: We’ve all seen how popular South Indian film has become among Indian audiences in recent years. And how South Indian remakes have helped Bollywood make a fortune at the box office.

People enjoy their subject and content, which is why they are fascinated by South Indian films. Pushpa and KGF have dominated the Hindi box office and OTT channels. Nobody understands this better than the folks of South Industry. Today, we will inform you about new South Indian films that you may watch instead of Bollywood remakes.

  1. Yashoda – Yashoda is a forthcoming Indian science fiction thriller written and directed by Hari-Harish. Samantha plays the title character in the film, which is shot in both Telugu and Tamil. Sridevi Movies is in charge of the production. The film’s principal filming began in December 2021.
  2. Salaar – Salaar is an upcoming Indian Telugu-language action film written and directed by Prashanth Neel and produced by Hombale Films’ Vijay Kiragandur. Prabhas plays the lead role in the film, which also stars Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shruti Haasan, and Jagapathi Babu.
  3. Liger – Puri Jagannadh’s Liger is an upcoming Indian sports action film that he wrote, directed, and produced. Karan Johar and Charmme Kaur co-produced the film, which was shot concurrently in Telugu and Hindi. Vijay Deverakonda plays the lead MMA fighter, with Ananya Panday, Ronit Roy, and Ramya Krishna also playing important parts. Mike Tyson, the American boxer, appears in a prolonged cameo, marking his acting debut in an Indian film.
  4. Adipurush – Adipurush, based on the epic Ramayana, is a forthcoming Indian Hindu mythological film. Om Raut directed the film, which was co-produced by T-Series Films and Retrophiles. Prabhas plays Raghava, Kriti Sanon plays Janaki, and Saif Ali Khan plays Lankesh in the film, which was shot concurrently in Hindi and Telugu.
  5. Rocketry – Rocketry – The Nambi Effect is Based on the biography of ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan, who was accused of spying and imprisoned in 1994. Though he is free, he is still battling for justice, along with the police officers who wrongfully accused him.

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