The 7 Star Hindi Dubbed movies are some of the best movies in the Bollywood genre. These movies have a very high popularity with the viewers because they portray the different characters in a good manner and also the actors in them have done a great job. You can read about these movies in the following article.
Prisoner No. 150
Khaidi No 150 is the Telugu version of the popular Tamil film Khaidi. It is directed by VV Vinayak, and is produced by Ram Charan. The storyline focuses on a petty criminal named Kaththi Seenu (Chiranjeevi), who is sent to prison and is smart enough to escape. In the process, he meets his associate Ali (Tarun Arora) and helps him plan a heist in Bangkok.
The movie also tries to make a statement on the issue of farmer suicide, with its opening sequence showing a farmer taking his life. But the film is more about image building for Chiranjeevi than tackling the aforementioned topic.
Velaiilla Pattadhari 2
Dubbed as Velai Illa Pattadhari 2 in Tamil, this movie is the sequel to the hit 2014 flick. The sequel starts a year after the first part and sees a new hero in the form of Raghuvaran who is now a successful engineer. Unlike the first part, Shalini has a role to play in the show.
VIP 2 also features an impressive extended cameo by Balaji Mohan. The film, which is a joint venture of Mohanlal and Antony Perumbavoor, is set to hit the theatres in over 200 locations across Kerala on August 11, 2017. While a sequel to a laudable film is always a challenge, the sequels have a golden chance to live up to their predecessors.
Pushpa: The Rise
Allu Arjun’s new film Pushpa: The Rise is making a lot of noise in the Indian film industry. The movie is a rags to riches story. It has a unique plot that revolves around red sandalwood smuggling in the Seshachalam Hills of Andhra Pradesh.
This movie has received mixed reviews and its box office collection is not a surprise. It has raked in Rs 275 Crore worldwide. It was a big success in Telugu, Kannada, and Tamil.
One of the biggest draws of the movie is the presence of megastar Allu Arjun. His popularity extends to the Hindi speaking states as well. Moreover, he has a huge fan base in northern and southern India.
Bheeshma Parvam is a Malayalam movie about a former gangster who is forced to revisit his past after being threatened with death. The story has themes of revenge and greed. The film stars Mammootty and Soubin Shahir.
Bheeshma Parvam features a number of intriguing characters. One of the lead characters is a local don who is played by Mammootty. His death is set against a family function.
Amal Neerad is the director of the film. She has been responsible for directing the big-name actor Mammootty in several films. She is also known for her collaboration with him in Big B.
There are references to various gangster movies in the movie. Bheeshma Parvam has a similar color palette to The Godfather trilogy. It also has references to Mario Puzo’s complex pool.
Naan Mahaan Alla
A trifecta of actors make for a solid, if a little overblown, hour of fun. The movie is based on a novel by the eminent author and the plot is a mix of a young acrobat, his meek but well-intentioned father and a dauntless heroine. Although the plot is a bit of a slog, it’s a good time for the whole family. As such, it’s a worthy addition to any collection. It’s also one of the few sexier titles in the city.
There are no shortages of films, but Naan Mahaan Alla is one of a few noteworthy releases to come out of the Chennai teem. It’s not as overrated as many other big and little movies to come out of the state. The aforementioned trifecta of actors, in addition to director Suseenthiran, have managed to put together a worthy contender for best of the bunch.
Rajinikanth’s Kaala is scheduled to hit the screens tomorrow. It is a Bollywood action drama film directed by Pa Ranjith. This is the second collaboration between the superstar and the director after Kabali (2016). Besides the superstar, the movie also features Huma Qureshi and Nana Patekar.
The film revolves around the life of Kaala Karikaalan, an immigrant from Tamil Nadu who lives in Mumbai’s Dharavi. He fights for the rights of his people against powerful politicians.
The film is also a critique of the PM’s political policies and hindutva imagery. As a result, the film has garnered several Filmfare Awards nominations.
Interestingly, the director of the movie – Pa Ranjith – is also the director of Kabali. However, despite the similarities, the director’s movie has a very different storyline. Instead of the usual gangster drama, it is more of a rebellious take on contemporary India.