These South films will create havoc in 2024
South’s films get a lot of love from the audience. RRR, Pushpa and KGF are living examples of this. Now even in the new year, fans are eagerly waiting for the film of their favorite superstar. Besides, stars are also waiting for the release of their films. Among these, films ranging from Rajnikanth, Mahesh Babu to Prabhas are going to be released in the year 2024. What are these films, what is special in them, let us tell.
1. Guntur Karam
South superstar Mahesh Babu’s film Guntur Karam will be released in theaters on January 12, 2024. This film has been directed by Trivikram Srinivas. Apart from Mahesh Babu, Pooja Hegde and Sreeleela will be seen in lead roles in the film. Mahesh Babu has a strong fan following, fans eagerly wait for his films. Let us tell you that the teaser of this film was released by Mahesh Babu on his father’s birthday. There were a lot of rumors about the story of the film being leaked. But the makers have kept the story a secret till now
2. Lal Salaam
After ‘Jailor’, now Rajinikanth is going to be seen in ‘Lal Salaam’. This film is a sports action drama. It is directed by Aishwarya Rajinikanth. Cricketer Kapil Dev also has a cameo in this film. The film has music by AR Rahman. Talking about the characters of the film, Vikrant, Nirosha Radha, Vishnu Vishal, Thambi will be seen in it.
Pa. The film ‘Tanglan’, directed by Ranjit, is going to be released on 26 January 2024. Chiya Vikram will be seen in the lead role in the film. Vikram shared the poster of the film on his Instagram. Vikram’s dangerous look is visible in this poster. Apart from Vikram, it stars Parvathy Thiruvothu and Pashupati in lead roles. The story of the film is based on a true incident. There is a gold mine in Kolar district of Karnataka. It is known as Kolar Gold Fields. The story of ‘Tanglan’ revolves around the workers working in this mine.
4. Captain Miller
Dhanush will be seen in the lead role in ‘Captain Miller’ directed by Arun Matheswaran. This is an action film. In this, along with Dhanush, Shiva Rajkumar, Priyanka Mohan, Nivedita Satish, John Kokken and Moore will be seen in important roles. According to reports, the film will be released in January 2024. If we talk about the story of the film, then it is a story of the 1930-1940s, which is based on a dreaded dacoit named Miller.
4. Devra Part 1
Along with South actors, Bollywood actors will also be seen in this film. It is directed by Koratala Siva. The audience has been waiting for Junior NTR’s film for a long time. Along with him, Janhvi Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Prakash Raj will play the lead roles in the film. According to reports, the film may be released in the month of April in 2024. ‘Devra Part 1’ is an epic action drama. In the film you will be shown many such incidents with which you will connect emotionally.
5. Indian 2
The film ‘Indian’, released in 1996, proved to be a superhit. It got a lot of love from the audience. Now part 2 of this film i.e. ‘Indian 2’ is going to be released after 27 years. The audience was eagerly waiting for this film. Many stars including Kamal Haasan, Nayanthara, Kajal Aggarwal, Siddharth, Rakul Preet Singh, Priya Bhavani Shankar are going to be seen in this film. However, the makers have not yet made any official announcement about the release date of the film. The film tells the story of a general who returns to his country to expose corrupt politicians.
Famous actor Surya’s film ‘Kanguva’, full of VFX, is also going to be released in 2024. Just by seeing the first look of Surya from the film, you will get excited to watch the entire film. The film has music by DSP i.e. Devi Sri Prasad. The film has been directed by Shiva. Along with Surya, you are also going to see Disha Patani and Yogi Babu in the film. This film will be released in 10 languages including Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam. If we talk about the story of the film, in 1678 a warrior dies of a disease. Now in the present day a girl is trying to find out the same disease due to which the warrior had died.
(This story has been written by our friend Kumari Sahreen)
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