Hello Folks, the happiest days of the week are here and we know that you might be looking to entertain yourself. We bring to you a bucket list of thriller movies that you can plan to binge-watch this weekend sitting comfortably in the favourite corner of your room or by visiting the theatres near to you. Get ready for a ride to these outstanding Indian thrillers that have outstood Bollywood movies.
The movie is directed by Rahi Anil Barve and casts Sohum Shah in the lead. Tumbbad is a village in Maharashtra and the story revolves around it. The story shows the social cause of “Greed” and has a horror plot. The movie does scare you at times and also will leave you in shock during the climax. This movie is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
Kantara is directed and acted by Rishab Shetty and is a folk tale of good and evil. The movie feature humans, the most dangerous animal.– who for his greed will breach all boundaries. A fight between humans and God could be witnessed in this movie. One can witness thrill, drama, scare, and much more while watching the movie. The climax is something which could not afford to miss. Get your tickets to the nearest theatre for this Kannada-based movie.
The film stars Pooja Hegde, Joseph Vijay, Yogi Babu, and Shine Tom Chacko, and is about gold trafficking. It is crime thriller with parts of comedy in it. Actor Vijay has very well executed the role. The movie is available on Netflix.
The thriller was directed by Chethan Kumar and centers on James, a manager for a security firm who is tasked with providing security for a drug cartel. The genre of the movie revolves around thriller drama.
U- Turn (2016)
U-Turn is a mystery thriller that came after Pawan Kumar's critically acclaimed psychological thriller Lucia. It centers on a journalist who becomes caught up in a string of unrelated incidents while working on a piece on a popular Bengaluru flyover. The movie's fast writing will astound you despite breaking many unspoken conventions of Indian cinema, such as song scenes.
These thrillers definitely have the power to pop up your brain cells this weekend and would leave you with a social message to ponder over.