Upcoming Bollywood Movies

A complete list of forthcoming Bollywood films in 2022 and 2023 that includes release dates, casting tracks, trailers, and more. You will have everything you need to know prior to booking your tickets or loading them on your online streaming app. Find out which movies will be released in theaters, and which will be released on OTT platforms, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video as well as Disney+ Hotstar.

Explore the films that are coming out this week, so that you can plan your schedules and purchase tickets to the movies in advance.

Upcoming Bollywood Movies List

Veetla Vishesham – 17 June 2022

Veetala Vishyam The film is a tamil film that is a tamil language, and is a film that is drama-bases,

Director – NJ Saravanan, RJ Balaji

Cast – Sathyaraj, Aparna Balamurali, Urvashi

Tamil film directed by NJ Saravanan and RJ Balaji, It also features Satyaraj, Aparna Balamurali and Urvashi in the lead roles.

Doctor G – 17 June 2022

Doctorji is about three siblings who have only one common father. The three siblings meet for the first time at their grandmother’s funeral held in India.

This movie is made in the Hindi language, Ayushmann Khurrana, Rakul Preet Singh, Shefali Shah are playing the lead roles in this movie.

Written by – Saurabh Bharat, Anubhuti Kashyap, Sumit Saxena (Dialogues)

Zaid Ali, Zohaib Ali are the producers of this film.

Yaanai – 17 June 2022

Yaanai (Yanai) Yaanai (Yanai) Yaanai is a Tamil action thriller film written and made by Hari. The movie Yaanai stars Arun Vijay, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Samuthirakani, Yogi Babu, Ammu Abirami, KGF Ramachandra Raju, Radhika Sarathkumar, Aadukalam Jayapalan, Imman Annachi, Rajesh, Aishwarya, Bose Venkat, Sanjeev, and Pugazh. The film was made in the hands of Vedikkaranpatti S. Sakthivel under the banner of Drumsticks Productions. The soundtrack was written by G.V. Prakash Kumar while cinematography and editing are handled by Gopi and Anthony respectively.

Forensic – 24 June 2022

This is an impressively directed film written by Akhil Paul and Anas Khan.

Samuel John Kattukaran plays an officer in the Police Forensics Department who is about to investigate a serial killer targeting young girls. Mamta Mohandas Chief Investigating Police Officer is Ritika Xavier. To avoid the possibility of spoilers, let’s just claim that both characters are a little uncomfortable working on the same team, though, thankfully, there isn’t a long-winded drama. Are these cases related to a similar case that happened sometime back? If so, the film is able to reverse its big revelation that it revealed at halftime.

As a forensic expert, Tovino has his distinctive charming, cheerful disposition. He handles his comedy, drama and stunts with equal ease. And, of course, there is a special note of comedy within such a dark film. It’s so dark in fact that it’s traitorous before the credits come out.

Mamta is extremely attentive and balances the role as a tough cop along with the emotional aspects. Saiju Kurup and Renji Panicker are solid in providing support and contributing to the guessing game. The film is very different from the previous thriller Anjaam Pathira which was more of an investigation than an investigation.

Forensic work requires a lot of imagination, but if you find yourself enjoying taking off an investigator’s hat to play a guessing game then this may be the right thing for you.

Jug Jugg Jeeyo – 24 June 2022

In the trailer of Raj Mehta’s Jug Jug Jio, everyone behaves as if the latest episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati has announced a special award for the happiest family in Punjab. We must understand that having a happy family is very different from having a happy Punjabi family.

Jug Jugg jeeyo is one of those masquerade parties where everyone keeps on yelling and flirting hoping that their half-covered masked faces won’t give them away. Here there is a feeling of guilty pleasure. We have to laugh at the antics of this Punjabi family as they are trying so hard to entertain. There’s too much over-acting here that we ignore at our own peril. Whatever this family is, please don’t try to do stunts at home without supervision. Smiling faces and constant attempts to be funny are unhealthy.

Anil Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor (who are real-life Punjabis) play Bhima and Geeta. They’re constantly singing and dancing to anything, so what’s the problem here? It seems that Bheem secretly wants a divorce from his wife to spend time with his secret girlfriend (Tisca Arora who turns on the seductive tap in full force), as does Bheem’s eldest son Kuku (Varun Dhawan) as his wife. Need a divorce from Naina. By Kiara Advani, who looks like she has banished all the ghosts from Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and is now looking for some fun at her Punjabi husband’s Punjabi home.

Sherdil (The Pilibhit Saga) – 24 June 2022

The film is inspired by true events. An insightful story about the adverse effects of urbanization, human-animal conflict and poverty leads to a strange practice in a village on the edge of a forest.

It requires a lot of courage to sacrifice one’s life to save the family and the film revolves around this heroism focusing on the struggle of man and nature.

Some poor farmers live on the edge of the forest near the Indo-Nepal border in the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve of UP. Their fortunes largely depend on the monsoon, and without rain, they are doomed to drive out poverty. To escape poverty, they indulge in the inhuman and sad practice of sending the elderly to the forest to be killed by tigers and then later collecting their carcasses, planting them in the fields and then claiming lakhs of rupees as compensation from the government. Huh.

The film revolves around Gangaram, the father of a poor farming family, who is going through great difficulties and poverty due to three consecutive unsuccessful monsoons. He decides that he will not ruin his death; He will adopt the infamous tiger practice and give his life so that his family can get two meals a day. One day he enters the jungles and waits for his death. What happens next is a series of unprecedented and interesting events.

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