Watching The Latest Movies In The Cineplexes Of Bangalore

The city of Bangalore, located in South India, recently has become the hub for youngsters seeking new opportunities in the field of Information Technology and other domains. Many MNC companies and even PSUs are known to have their head office located here. The modern city boasts of providing people of all ages every type of attraction possible and ensures that everyone gets entertained thoroughly. As a matter of fact, the city has everything for everyone.

Entertainment

When entertainment is concerned, there is no dearth for it. There are several cineplexes and multiplexes that have been hosting movies in Bangalore of all languages from time to time, offering the citizens and its visitors chances to get entertained fully. Hence, the interested person may search the web and go through the different sites and blogs that offer information about the different movies that are presently running in the city and the ones that are scheduled for release. This way, the person can plan much ahead the kind of movie that he would like to watch, book his tickets online and enjoy watching the movies of his choice.

List of movies currently running in the theatres and cineplexes in Bangalore

  1. Movie Name: Marubhoomiliye Aana

Language: Malayalam

Time: 2 hours 12 minutes

Directed by: V.K. Prakash

Genre: Comedy

Watching The Latest Movies In The Cineplexes Of Bangalore

Review: It is a comedy movie about an unemployed youngster hailing from Kerala, who is eager to make wealth in the gulf, more specifically in Qatar. Similar to other Malayalees, he seeks his fortune abroad. Fortune smiles upon him, as he comes across a sheikh, who travels to Kerala with him. The movie is all about the different escapades of the sheikh. The lead cast is Biju Menon, Samskruthy Shenoy and others.

2.Movie Name: Sunshine Music Tours & Travels (A)

Language: Hindi

Time: 2 hours 00 minutes

Directed by: Shailendra Singh

Genre: Comedy, drama

Review: It is actually a road movie revolving around 2 young boys, trying to chase their dreams. On the way to Goa from Kashmir, throughout the journey, they come across strangers of all types, where there are noticed several interesting twists and turns and comics that is sure to leave the audience to crave for more. The lead cast of this movie is Sunny Kaushal, Deepak Kalra and others.
3. Movie Name: Godhi Banna Sadharna Mykattu

Language: Kannada

Time: 2 hours 24 minutes

Directed by: Hemanth M. Rao

Genre: Drama

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Review: The lead actor of this movie is Ananth Nag, Rakshit Shetty and others. The movie shows the emotions of people as they lose someone or something precious at some point of time, which could be loved ones, friendship, innocence, relationships, memories, etc. The question is where the person looks for, as something goes missing. This movie is about a son trying to find his missing father, the journey through which, he learns about love, happiness and life.

Selecting the best movie is sure to help the movie-goer to plan accordingly and enjoy the movie whole heartedly with his family or friends.

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