Release June 16

ADIPURUSH (Movies Forum) | Hindi + Miscellaneous

Based on the Indian mythology epic, Ramayana.

Adipurush takes place 7000 years ago, when Prince Raghava of Ayodhya and his brother Lakshmana travel to the island of Lanka with the help of Bajrang’s army, with the aim of rescuing Raghava’s wife, Janaki, who had been kidnapped by Lankesh, the Demon King of Lanka.

Ramayana is one of the most revered Hindu texts, which influenced the foundation of Hinduism and the country of India as a whole. The story is told in all Hindu homes around the world and will provide insight into the values ​​that Hinduism holds dear.

With a production budget of around AU$93 million, Adipurush is one of the most expensive Indian films ever made. With around A$45 million of that budget spent on visual effects, this will be a film that needs to be watched on the big screen.

The film is written and directed by Om Raut and produced by T-Series and Retrophiles. Shot simultaneously in Hindi and Telugu, the film stars Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan, Sunny Singh and Devdatta Nage.

POR THOZHIL (South Star) | Tamil

This action thriller received rave reviews. It follows an academically brilliant but shy rookie cop who must rise and overcome his fears in order to succeed on his very first mission teaming up with a hostile and reclusive senior cop to catch a serial killer on the loose.

This is writer/director Vignesh Raja’s feature debut, and the general consensus is that it’s one to watch.

BOMMAI (Dream Screens International) | Tamil

Bommai (The modellisten)) is an Indian Tamil-language romantic thriller film written and directed by Radha Mohan.

A foiled murder plot ensues, as the weapon, a dummy, comes to life and tries to catch the killers.

The musical sequences recall the grandiose sets of films such as Dilwale And Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham.

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