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Movies to Look Out for in May 2023

Bollywood  •  5 May, 2023  •  4,625 Views  •  ⭐ 5.0

Written by Shivani Chourasia

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Indian cinema has been on a roll lately, capturing the attention of movie-goers not just in India but across the world. With the rise of new directors, fresh faces, and unique storytelling, Indian cinema has become a force to be reckoned with in the global film industry. As we step into May 2023, movie enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to with an array of exciting new releases hitting the screens. Let's take a sneak peek at some of the most anticipated films of the month that are sure to leave an indelible impression on the audience.


IB-71 (Release date - 12 May)

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Directed by Sankalp Reddy and Lee Whittaker, IB-71 is a political thriller that promises to keep you on the edge of your seat. The film revolves around the story of an Intelligence Bureau officer who works on a secret mission to outwit the enemies which would eventually help the country win the war. With a stellar cast comprising Vidyut Jammwal, Dalip Tahil, Niharica Raizada, Vishal Jethwa, and others, IB-71 is one movie you wouldn't want to miss.

Jogira Sara ra ra (Release date - 12 May)

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Directed by Kushan Nandy, Jogira Sara ra ra is a romantic comedy that promises to tickle your funny bone. Set in the backdrop of a small town in Uttar Pradesh, the film tells the story of a quirky couple who fall in love amidst the chaos of their respective lives. With Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Neha Sharma in the lead roles, Jogira Sara ra ra is a perfect blend of humor and romance.


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Music School (Release date - 12 May)

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Directed by Paparao Biyyala. In today's education system, the emphasis on academic competitiveness has left little room for art, culture, and leisure. However, in the upcoming film "Music School", two teachers, Mary and Manoj, take it upon themselves to make a positive change. Played by Shriya Saran and Sharman Joshi, respectively, the teachers create a musical show based on "The Sound of Music". This film has a unique format, as it has been shot in the form of a 12-song-long musical.

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