Weekend Vibes:​ What to watch on theatre this weekend

What to watch on theatre this weekend

Stay updated on the newest releases. Take a peek at What to watch on theatre this weekend across various languages. (March 6 to 10 )

Shaitaan (Hindi)
When: March 8
The tranquility of a family on a getaway to their farmstead in a secluded hamlet is disturbed by an uninvited visitor who appears to be manipulating the daughter through dark enchantment. Ajay Devgn and Jyotika feature as the powerless parents struggling to safeguard their daughter while Madhavan portrays the unholy intruder with sinister schemes for the family. Directed by Vikas Behl, Shaitaan is reportedly a rendition of the 2023 Gujrati horror film Vash.

Gaami (Telugu)
When: March 8
The ambitious Telugu movie has been in the making for nearly 6 years and follows Shankar, a secluded aghora, played by Vishwak Sen, who is on a journey to find the remedy for his rare condition: an inability to feel human touch. The film, directed by newcomer Vidyadhar Kagita, co-stars Chandhini Chowdary, M G Abhinaya, Mohammad Samad, Harika Pedada, and is produced by Karthik Sabareesh. V Celluoid presents the film.

Bhimaa (Telugu)
When: March 8
Bhimaa marks the Telugu debut of Kannada director A Harsha known for directing high-profile films such as Bhajarangi, Vajrakaya, Anjani Putra, and more recently, Vedha. Featuring Gopichand in what seems like a dual role, the film is described as an intense action entertainer with a supernatural element. The movie stars Priya Bhavani Shankar and Malavika Sharma as female leads while Nasser, Vennela Kishore, Poorna, and Raghu Babu play supporting roles. Ravi Basrur of KGF fame serves as the music composer while KK Radhamohan produces under Sri Sathya Sai Arts.

Karataka Damanaka (Kannada)
When: March 8
This Kannada entertainer showcases Dr Shivarajkumar and Prabhu Deva as two swindlers tasked with a mission in a village by their jailer. The film, directed by Yograj Bhat, best known for directing films like Mugaru Male, Gaalipata, and more recently Garadi, features Nishvika Naidu, Priya Anand, P Ravi Shankar, and Tanikella Bharani in supporting roles.

Kanni (Marathi)
When: March 8
The Marathi comedy-drama follows Kalyani, “a small-town girl who, when pushed against the edge devises a risky plan to marry a UK citizen and secure her future.” The film, directed by Sameer Hemant Joshi, stars Hruta Durgule, Ajinkya Raut, Shubhankar Tawde, Vallari Virak, and Rishi Manohar.

Thankamani (Malayalam)
When: March 7
Thankamani features Dilip as Abel Joshua Mathen whose life is turned upside down by a real-life dispute that occurred in Idukki in 1986. Written and directed by Ratheesh Raghunandan of Udal fame, the film is produced by RB Choudhry through Super Good Films in association with Raaffi Mathirra’s Iffaar Media. The film features music by William Francis and Manoj Pillai as the director of photography.

Boss (Odia)
When: March 7
This female-centric Odia drama, starring Varsha Priyadarshini in the lead role, is directed by Tripati Sahu and co-stars Raj Rajesh and Harihara Mohapatra.

J Baby (Tamil)
When: March 8
Based on true events, the social dramedy features Urvashi as a middle-aged woman with mental issues and a tendency to pilfer small items like electric fuses and letters. When her actions lead to a rift with her son, played by Dinesh, she leaves the house, prompting the son to embark on a quest to find her. Produced by Neelam Productions, Vistas Media, and Neelam Studios, the film is written and directed by Suresh Mari.

Trinkya (Odia)
When: March 8
The film’s official summary reads, “A widowed professor forms an unconventional bond with a robotic doll, while a different woman navigates the complexities of an abusive marriage. Simultaneously, an unrelenting pursuit of motherhood drives another woman to extraordinary lengths.” Trinkya stars Barsha Nayak, Manoj Mishra, Sradha Panigrahi, and Partha Sarathi Ray in the lead roles. Directed by Anupam Patnaik.

Tera Kya Hoga Lovely (Hindi)
When: March 8
Tera Kya Hoga Lovely is labeled as a comedy of errors set in Haryana, exploring the dynamics, relationships, and peculiarities among family, friends, lovers, and surprisingly, cops! The film features Ileana D’Cruz, Randeep Hooda, Karan Kundrra, and Pavan Malhotra in the main roles, with Balwinder Singh Janjua directing.

Blink (Kannada)
When: March 8
The Kannada thriller, starring Dheekshith Shetty and Chaithra Achar of Sapta Saagaradache Ello fame, follows Apoorva who possesses a unique ability to control blinking, which becomes a curse when mysterious individuals enter her life, adding to her challenges. The film is directed by Srinidhi Bengaluru.

Jog 101 (Kannada)
When: March 7
The film’s official summary states, “Vikram comes to Jog in search of his extended family Sushma and Rakesh who have been missing for months. While seeking answers, he uncovers a sinister plot.” Jog 101, directed by Vijay Kannadiga, stars Vijay Raghavendra, Tejaswini Shekar, and Thilak Shekar.

Oru Sarkar Ulpannam (Malaylam)

Pradeep, a painter, enjoys a peaceful life with his wife and four children. Everything takes a turn when he becomes involved in a government project.