Films Released In Theatres This Week: Furiosa, Turbo, Bhaiyya Ji & More!

Check out the list of Hollywood, Bollywood and South regional films releasing this week in theatres near you.

After the theatrical release of films like “Kartam Bhugtam”, “Guruvayoor Ambala Nadayil ” and “Thelma The Unicorn” last week, many films are now lined up for release in theatres this week. So without further ado let’s take a look at all the Bollywood, Hollywood, and regional films releasing in theatres this week.

Hollywood Films Releasing This Week In Theatres

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (English)

Directed by George Miller, “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga “ is an upcoming Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi film Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Burke, Alyla Browne, Nathan Jones, Angus Sampson, Quaden Bayles, Daniel Webber hits theaters on May 23.

Bollywood Films Releasing This Week In Theatres

Bhaiyya Ji (Hindi)

In his 100th career milestone, Manoj Bajpayee stars in a tale of vengeance and familial protection, directed by Apoorv Singh Karki. The teaser hints at a riveting narrative with unexpected turns as a man fights to safeguard his loved ones amidst attempts on his life, delivering intense drama and heartfelt family dynamics.

Barah By Barah (Hindi)

The movie centers on Gyanendra Tripathi (Sooraj), the sole surviving death photographer in Varanasi, who documents the final moments of the departed at Manikarnika Ghat.

South Films Releasing This Week In Theatres

Turbo (Malayalam)

Starring Mammootty, the Malayalam action-comedy, revolves around Jose, a jeep driver from Idukki, who encounters trouble and is compelled to move to Chennai. There, he becomes involved with Indhu and his close friend, Jerry. However, unexpected twists, including encounters with Vetrivel and others, await Jose in Chennai!

Mandakini (Malayalam)

“Mandakini,” a Malayalam comedy-thriller directed by Vinod Leela, follows Aromal and Ambili’s wedding, disrupted by an unexpected event on their wedding night, plunging the family into chaos. Starring Altaf Salim and Anarkali Marikkar.

Dandupalayam (Tamil)

Based on true events involving the notorious Dandupalayam gang, this Tamil film exposes startling accounts of over 350 thefts, 150 murders, and 90 attempted rapes.

CD (Criminal Or Devil) (Telugu)

Actress Adah Sharma, recognized for her roles in “The Kerala Story” and “Bastar,” is poised to make a Telugu cinema comeback with a new psychological horror thriller directed by Krishna Annam and produced by SSCM Productions. This marks Adah’s return to pure Telugu cinema.

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