These gems often get missed out considering the language barriers, but here are some beautiful South Indian films that you should definitely watch.

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Kumbalangi Nights

Available on: Amazon Prime Video

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4 siblings who cannot stand each other but when crisis arrives in even one of their’s lives, they all unite to make things well. A story of how Saji, the eldest son of a house, has to take on the responsibility to get his mute brother Bobby married to the girl he loves, despite all the obstacles.

A movie which will leave you astounded & weeping with its raw emotions & brilliant performances. Words fall short to describe its beauty :”)

 

Bangalore Days

Available on: Disney+ Hotstar

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A story of three cousins who share a close bond since childhood & relocate to Bangalore to once again stay close. As life & its odds are thrown at them, they fall back on each other for help & support through tiring times.

The heartwarming journey of how all three of them discover love & life while sharing the typical cousins vibe will have you floored. Starring some of the best South Indian actors Dulquer Salman, Nazriya, Fahadh Faasil, Parvathy & Nitya Menen- this one’s a must watch!!

Super Deluxe

Available on: Netflix

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On one unfaithful day, four parallel stories strive to face the demons among the lives involved. A wife who betrayed her husband. A transgender father. Friends who need buy a new tv. A erratic father. And a cop who binds all these stories sub plots.

Some of the finest acting performances in this path-breaking movie- will leave you in awe by the end of it, take my word!

 

Premam

Available on: Amazon Prime Video

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A story of self discovery of George after he faces heartbreak with his first love & tragedy with the second one. As George goes on a lifelong journey to find love & purpose- watching it can make even the coldest of hearts melt :”)

 

OK Kanmani

Availabe on: Amazon Prime Video

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Remember the Shradha-Aditya starrer OK Jaanu? Yeaah that film was a remake of this super amazing movie. Starring Dulquer Salmaan & Nithya Menen in the lead, its just heartfelt telling of two adults who fall in love but decide to rather spend time together rather than getting married.

As their ambitions knock on their to separate, will they decide on a forever? Melancholic music & heartfelt scenes at par with a lava of emotions make it a must watch!!!

 

Uyare

Available on: Netflix

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A strong & powerful telling of a woman whose dreams of becoming a pilot are shattered when her obsessive ex-lover causes an acid attack on her. The groundbreaking movie with it’s important message & beautiful acting performances & scene will pierce your heart. Also, will make you fall in love with Parvathy 🙂

 

Jersey

Available on: Zee5

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When his son asks for a cricket jersey as a gift Arjun, a failed cricketer in his late 30s, gets motivated to prove his capabilities at the field once again. The film portrays the emotions related to cricket amazingly well & is a must watch for everyone!! Also its remake starring Shahid Kapoor is in the works wise

Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo

Available on: Netflix

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This blockbuster laugh riot is a movie you cannot miss. High on emotions, drama & romance with catchy song & dance sequences. Superstar Allu Arjun portrays the role of Bantu who goes on a journey to meet his family & become one with them.

Trance

Available on: Amazon Prime Video

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A psychological thriller following a motivational speaker who is hired to pose as the face of religious scam. What starts as nothing turns into a big hoax as Viju is pushed more & more into darkness as secrets are unveiled.

Starring heartthrob Fahadh Faasil in the lead, this one will leave you on the edge & it’s gorgeous cinematography will make your jaw drop.

 

All these South Indian films are a gem and they need your attention so get binging.