What To Watch This Week in Theatres: Ullozhukku, Ishq Vishq Rebound, The Exorcism and more

Jayabhuvaneshwari B

Rail: Tamil (June 21)

Writer-turned-director Bhaskar Sakthi's directorial debut is about an alcoholic who suspects his wife of having an illicit affair with an migrant labourer from the North of India, in a village. Kunguma Raj and Vairamala lead the film's cast.

Ullozhukku: Malayalam (June 21)

Starring Parvathy Thiruvothu and Urvashi in lead roles, the film will follow the struggles a family a goes through to bury a loved one during the floods. Christo Tomy is the director of the film.

Nindha: Telugu (June 21)

Headlined by Varun Sandesh, this mystery thriller film directed by Rajesh Jagannadham is about a police officer's investigation into the kidnapping of six murder suspects and the truth behind it.

Ishq Vishq Rebound: Hindi (June 21)

This romance film stars  Rohit Saraf, Pashmina Roshan, Jibraan Khan and Naila Grrewal and is directed by Nipun Avinash Dharmadhikari. The film, a reboot of the 2003 rom-com Ishq Vishq will revolve around modern day friendships and relationships.

The Exorcism: English (June 21)

Helmed by Joshua John Miller, this horror thriller starring Russell Crowe revolves around a troubled who actor begins to exhibit a disruptive behaviour while shooting a horror film. His estranged daughter wonders if he's slipping back into his past addictions or if there's something sinister at play.

Chilli Chicken: Kannada (June 21)

Starring B V Shrunga and directed by newcomer Prateek Prajosh, the film follows the journey of five young men employed at a Bengaluru hotel, nurturing ambitions of opening their own Chinese eatery

Laandhar: Tamil (June 21)

Laandhar stars Vidaarth in the lead role as a police officer who is on the hunt for a masked killer armed with dangerous weapons. The film is directed by Saji Saleem.

Nadanna Sambavam: Malayalam (June 21)

This Vishnu Narayan directorial starring Biju Menon and Suraj Venjaramoodu is about how a new tenant changes the dynamics of a residential society.

Prabutva Junior Kalasala: Telugu (June 21)

Pranav Singam Palli and Shagnasri Venun headline this Sreenath Pulakuram directorial. The film will see Vasu, a topper in his college whose life changes when Kumari enters as a romantic prospect.

JNU: Hindi (June 21)

Set to revolve around two student unions within a University clashing with each other, the Vinay Sharma directorial stars Urvashi Rautela, Siddharth Bodke and Ravi Kishan in prominent roles.

The Bikeriders: English (June 21)

Austin Butler, Jodie Corner, Mike Faist, Tom Hardy and more star in this film that will show a gang war between two biker gangs in the 60s. Jeff Nichols is the director of this film which is based on a true story.

Sambavami Yuge Yuge: Kannada (June 21)

This social drama discusses the young generation’s migration to cities after completing their education in search of jobs and stars Jay Shetty in the lead. The film is helmed by Chethan Chanshekar Shetty.

Bayamariya Brammai: Tamil (June 21)

Guru Somasundaram and Harish Uthaman star as assassin Jagadish and writer Kabilan, respectively, who engage in a life-changing interview. Jagadish's dark past ignites Kabilan's creativity, while Kabilan's idealism challenges Jagadish, pushing him towards redemption. The film is directed by Rahul Kabali.

Robot Dreams: English (June 21)

An animated tragicomedy directed by Pablo Berger, the film without dialogues, is about an anthropomorphic dog which builds a robot for companionship but abandons it due to circumstances.