Top Movies Releases this Week in India

2. Yesterday (English)

Imagine what would’ve happened if you’re the only one who have listened to the legendary ‘The Beatles’. ‘Yesterday’ is a British romantic comedy that is directed by Danny Boyle who previously directed movies like Slumdog Millionnaire, 127 hours and more.

Himesh Patel acts as the struggling musician who met with an accident and finds himself the only guy who remembers ‘the Beatles’. He takes credit of writing and performing their celebrated songs and story then goes on from there. Lily James stars as the romantic interest of Himesh as Ellie Appleton. The movie also features Ed Sheeran in a small role. Distributed by Universal Pictures, the movie had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on 4th May 2019.

3. Munda Hi Chahida (Punjabi)

A Punjabi family drama directed by Santosh Subhash Thite and Deepak Thaper. Starring Harish Verma, Rubina Bajwa, Jatinder Kaur and Pawan Johal in main roles, the movie is produced by Neeru Bajwa, Ankit Vijan, Navdeep Narula , Gurjit Singh and Santosh Subhash Thite.

As the title suggests, the movie presents a special tale of parenthood. The movie conveys a message that not only boys, girls can also take the legacy ahead. Aiming at the patriarchal structure of the current society, the poster of the movie gives a strong vibe to the movie. The soundtrack is composed by Gurmeet Singh, Gurmoh and Gurcharan Singh, the singers include Jordan Sandhu, Mannat Noor and Roshan Prince.

Munda Hi Chahida (Punjabi)

Folks! Grab your tickets and hit the theatres to have warm popcorns, and your favorite ice-filled cup of Pepsi to enjoy these films. And, get ready for next week as it’s gonna be huge as the much anticipated Lion King is releasing and hope you are aware that in the Hindi version, SRK and his son Aryan is dubbing for Mufasa and Simba. Don’t’ worry the month of July still offers more stunning movies. Good days are coming!

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