Covering movies from five different languages across India, Pycker has a database of virtually every movie released in a particular week from Tollywood, Bollywood, Kollywood, Mollywood, and Bengali. Not just limited to a single language, here we are presenting India's Best Movie Of The Week, which singles out the one best movie the week has seen across all the five languages.
After the release of the juggernaut 2.0, the week has seen a slew of smaller releases. Tollywood has the highest number of releases of all the Indian film industries with 4 movies this week: Subrahmanyapuram, Kavacham, Next Enti, and Shubhalekhalu. Malayalam has three releases in the form of Paviyettante Madhurachooral, Ilayaraja, and Sachin. The highly anticipated debut of Sara Ali Khan has happened with the romance-disaster movie Kedarnath which is the only release in Hindi this week. Tamil has two releases in the form of Evanukku Engeyo Matcham Irukku and Seemathurai.
While Subrahmanyapuram starring Sumanth and Eesha Rebba created a lot of interest in the audience, the rest of the Telugu films didn't catch the attention of the audience. Both Tamil and Malayalam cinemas witnessed no buzz as all the films released this week are small not no big names. Bengali movie Reunion released to positive reviews. The movie stars big name, Parambrata Chatterjee. The other Bengali release Sundori went without a trace.
|1||Subrahmanyapuram||Santosh Jagarlapudi||Sumanth, Eesha Rebba, Mukesh Rishi, Sathyam Rajesh, and Amit Sharma||3||Telugu|
|2||Kavacham||Srinivas Mamilla||Bellamkonda Srinivas, Kajal Aggarwal, Mehreen Kaur Pirzada||2.4||Telugu|
|3||Next Enti||Kunal Kohli||Sundeep Kishan, Tamannaah Bhatia, Navdeep, and Larissa Bonesi||2.0||Telugu|
|4||Shubhalekhalu||Sarrath Narwade||Priya Vadlamani, Srinivas Sai, and Murli Sharma||N/A||Telugu|
|5||Kedarnath||Abhishek Kapoor||Sara Ali Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput, Nitish Bhardwaj, and Pooja Gor||2.7||Hindi|
|6||Reunion||Murari M. Rakshit||Parambrata Chatterjee, Samadarshi Dutta, Raima Sen, Indrashish Roy, and Anindita||3||Bengali|
|7||Sundori||Aspi Irani||Rajpal Yadav, Biswanath Basu, Bidyashree, and Paran Bandopadhyay||N/A||Bengali|
|8||Evanakku Engeyo Matcham Irukku||A. R. Mukesh||Vimal, Singampuli, Ashna Zaveri, Anand Raj, Mansoor Ali Khan, Mia Leonne, and Poorna||2.0||Tamil|
|9||Seemathurai||Santhosh Thiyagarajan||Geethan Britto and Varsha Bollamma||2.0||Tamil|
|10||Sreekrishnan||Sreenivasan and Lena||2.2||Malayalam|
|11||Ilayaraja||Madhav Ramadasan||Guinness Pakru, Gokul Suresh, Deepak parambol, and Harishree Ashokan||N/A||Malayalam|
|12||Sachin||Santhosh Nair||Dhyan Sreenivasan, Reshma Anna Rajan, Aju Varghese, and Appani Sarath||N/A||Malayalam|
Best Movie Of The Week
Unfortunately, none of the movies released this week have the potential to be declared Pycker India's Best Movie of the Week.
But that doesn't mean there are no good releases at all. Telugu film Subrahmanyapuram is a good choice to kill an idle weekend for its interesting story, solid performances by the lead actors and a few thought-provoking dialogues.
Bengali film Reunion is another good choice to watch this weekend. The film is about a few friends planning a reunion remembering their college days. They go for a vacation and find a senior student from their college who was close to them and went missing after college. The film is about college life, student politics, the clash of ideologies, love, and separation. It is a solidly executed movie which induces nostalgia. As our own review says Murari M Rakshit's debut film touches the right notes with immense honesty.
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Previous Best Movie of the Week Winners
|22-27 October 2018||French Viplavam||Maju||Sunny Wayn, Lal, Chemban Vinod Jose, and Lal Jose||3.2||Malayalam|
|29 Oct - 3 Nov 2018||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|5-10 November 2018||Madhupal||Tovino Thomas, Nimisha Sajayan, Dileesh Pothan, and Lijo Mol Jose||4.0||Malayalam|
|12-17 November 2018||Pihu||Vinod Kapri||Myra Vishwakarma and Prerna Sharma||2.9||Hindi|
|19-24 November 2018||Generation Aami||Mainak Bhaumik||Ritabrata Mukherjee, Aparajita Aadhya, Shantilal Mukherjee, and Sauraseni Maitra||3.8||Bengali|
|26 Nov - 1 Dec 2018||2.0||Shankar||Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, and Amy Jackson||3.2||Tamil|