From Dream Girl 2 to King Of Kotha, let's take a look at the films you should not miss watching in theatres this weekend.
Last Updated: 06.28 PM, Aug 23, 2023
The following weekend is arriving with an ideal selection of movies to watch in order to satisfy all of your entertainment cravings. It's time for us to update you on the new releases that are all set to hit the cinema halls. From the comedy drama Dream Girl 2 to the hard hitting film, Akelli, let's take a look at all the theatrical releases on this Friday.
Dream Girl 2:
After the success of te first film, Dream Girl, makers are back with the sequel. Dream Girl 2 is directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa and stars Ananya Panday, Paresh Rawal, Rajpal Yadav, Vijay Raaz, and Manjot Singh in addition to Ayushmann Khurana in his well-known role as Dream Girl. Manoj Joshi, Asrani, Seema Pahwa, and Annu Kapoor all had significant parts. In the 'Dream Girl' sequel, Ayushmann will appear in a different avatar.
Akelli starring Nushrratt Bharuccha is about an Indian girl who is stranded in war-torn Iraq and struggles to survive. Nushrratt will appear in a never-before-seen persona, and this could end up being her most audacious part to yet, according to the trailer. Pranay Meshram, a debutant director, gets behind the camera for "Akelli." In addition to Vicky Sidana and Shashant Shah, it is produced by Nitin Vaidya, Ninad Vaidya, and Aparna Padgaonkar. The movie will release on August 18 in theatres.
King Of Kotha:
The plot of King Of Kotha revolves around Raju (Dulquer Salmaan), the gangster. The focus of the film is the town of Kotha, its residents, and Raju's rise to power as a gangster. But with success comes failure, and it appears that his own people are responsible for the treachery. The remainder of the story is what drives Raju to return to Kotha. The film is directed by Abhilash Joshiy. Apart from Dulquer, the film also stars Prasanna, Shabeer Kalarakkal, Gokul Suresh, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Nyla Usha, Chemban Vinod Jose, Shanthi Krishna, Anikha Surendran, Shammi Thilakan, TG Ravi and Sudhi Koppa.
Anamika played by Kalki Koechlin, the offspring of a mixed-race marriage, goes to see her estranged mother Sadhana played by Deepti Naval, who is starting to show signs of dementia. Ana visits a location she rarely remembers and encounters a woman who occasionally isn't familiar with her. The film's synopsis states, "With help from a neighbourhood and a past she has shunned, a young woman returns home to deal with her mother's dementia and the scars of her childhood.