2023 proved to be a fantastic year for Indian cinema. Shah Rukh Khan delivered outstanding performances in ‘Pathaan,’ ‘Jawan,’ and ‘Dunki.’ Ranbir Kapoor also achieved significant box office success with ‘Animal.’ Now, movie lovers are eagerly waiting for the releases of 2024, with many big-budget Bollywood and South Indian films already generating excitement. Let’s explore the must-watch films scheduled for this year.
Release date: 25 January 2024
Budget: ₹250 crores
Fighter is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language action film directed by Siddharth Anand. The film stars Deepika Padukone, Hrithik Roshan and Anil Kapoor. The story showcases a squadron leader and group captain of the Indian Air Force who can sacrifice everything for the country.
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Release date: 2024
Budget: ₹600 crores
Kalki 2898 – A.D. is an upcoming Indian epic mythological-science fiction dystopian film written and directed by Nag Ashwin. The movie has a cool team of actors, including Prabhas, Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan, Deepika Padukone and others. Kalki is thought to be the last avatar of Lord Vishnu in Hinduism. People believe that when the world is in a bad state, Kalki will come to make things right. Kalki’s job is to defeat evil, bring back goodness, and start a better time for everyone.
Release date: 12 January 2024
Budget: ₹60 crores
Katrina Kaif and Vijay Sethupathi will soon be seen in director Sriram Raghavan’s ‘Merry Christmas’ film. The story of the movie revolves around two strangers who meet on Christmas Eve and how their lives change after that occasion.
Release date: 15 March 2024
Star Cast: Sidharth Malhotra, Disha Patani
Budget: ₹60 crores
This action thriller film has kept fans eagerly awaiting to see Sidharth Malhotra’s one-man-army avatar. His first look generated attention over the internet. A soldier helps passengers during a plane hijack, fighting terrorists. The plane’s engine is badly damaged, making survival tough. Everyone onboard faces a serious struggle to stay safe. The soldier’s bravery gives hope, but the situation remains challenging.