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Top 10 Indian Movies of 2021 (So Far)

Top 10 Indian Movies of 2021 (So Far)

If I say Bollywood in 2021 isn’t doing so well, that would be an understatement but that doesn’t every movie coming out of India is bad because 2021 has seen some of the best movies coming out of India mostly from the South Indian film industry, so I am going to list the best top 10 movies Indian movies of 2021 so far.

The movies in the list below are not ranked, because we think all of them deserve some of your time and they will surely entertain you even though for most of the films you will have to use subtitles.

Karnan

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Synopsis: Karnan lives in an oppressed remote village in Southern Tamil Nadu. Communal oppression haunts the village and continues preying on it as unprecedented events distort Karnan’s ordinary life. In the tremendous struggle that follows Karnan leads his village’s quest for justice and liberation. The subversive searing saga bears surrealistic touches as it tells a rousing story of rebellion.

Jathi Ratnalu

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Synopsis: The plot revolves around the three prisoners. They get released and plan for a happy life outside. Things take a new turn and bring in a twist. Can they find happiness and love now?

Joji

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Synopsis: Joji, an engineering dropout and the youngest son of the rich plantation family lives with his aspirations of becoming a super wealthy NRI. But his father sees down on him as a proper loser. Driven by greed and blind ambition, Joji finally decide to execute his plans following an unexpected event in the family. Will he succeed in achieving his dreams?

Drishyam 2: The Resumption

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Synopsis: A gripping tale of an investigation and a family which is threatened by it. Will Georgekutty be able to protect his family this time?

The Great Indian Kitchen

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Synopsis: Like any Indian girl, the bride of the ‘The Great Indian Kitchen’ moves into her husband’s house prepared to adapt to their customs and make it her home. Her husband and his parents do love and care for her. But problems arise when her kind mother-in-law has to be away. She struggles to cope with the mountain of seemingly endless household chores, differences in opinion and unfamiliar traditions.

Master

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Synopsis: The film Master is about JD a Personality Development professor. He is addicted to alcohol due to depression. There comes a moment that forces him to leave the college and go work as a teacher at Juvenile for a few months. As JD spends time, he comes to understand that the youngsters of the detention home are being exploited by a deadly gangster Bhavani by pushing these young minds into addiction.

Sherni

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video

Synopsis: A jaded forest officer (Vidya Balan) leads a team of trackers and locals intending to capture an unsettled tigress, while battling intense obstacles and pressures, both natural and man-made.

Mandela

Streaming on: Netflix

Synopsis: Amid a local election with two rivals vying to win by any means necessary, a barber lands in a curiously powerful position as the single deciding vote.

Nayattu

Streaming on: Netflix

Synopsis: The story revolves around three police officers who are on a run for their lives. Things go more downhill after a close associate of a local political goon, dies and they’re accused of it. Will they escape? Will people believe them? Catch Nayattu, starring Kunchacko Boban, Joju George, Nimisha Sajayan, and directed by Martin Prakkat.

The Disciple

Streaming on: Netflix

Synopsis: A musician’s unadulterated devotion, a mirage-like quest for divinity, and the courage to fight your own mediocrity. The Disciple is the tale of an Indian classical vocalist, Sharad Nerulkar, searching for the traditional absolute in a contemporary city that never stops hustling.


This concludes the list of the best top 10 Indian movies of 2021 (so far). So, if you have watched them tell us in the comments and we will make a new list for you, and if you haven’t what are you waiting for.

Written by Kabir

Hi, This is Kulwant Singh (Kabir), CO-Founder of Cinemablind

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