10 New Movies Releasing on December 2023
As the year ends, December brings lots of exciting movies for everyone. There are family stories, big action movies, and interesting independent films. This month has something for everyone who loves movies. Here’s a list of movies coming out this month on different platforms:
The Archies (Hindi) – 7th December On Netflix
Agastya Nanda, Suhana Khan, Khushi Kapoor, Vedang Raina, and Mihir Ahuja star in this film directed by Zoya Akhtar. It’s the debut for these young actors, representing the next generation of Bollywood talents. The story is set in the fictional town of Riverdale, just like in the original Archies comics. Offering a new perspective on the Archies franchise, this movie is sure to evoke nostalgia for those classic times.
Hi Nanna (Telugu) – 7th December in Theatres
Nani, Mrunal Thakur, and Kiara Khanna take the lead in this movie, which revolves around a heartwarming father-daughter relationship. Filled with emotions, drama, and love, the film focuses on the significance of family ties. In contrast to action-packed movies, this one brings a breath of fresh air with its touching storyline.
Conjuring Kannapan (Tamil) – 8th December in Theatres
This movie blends comedy, horror, and fantasy, featuring Sathish, Regina Cassandra, Nasser, Saranya Ponvannan, and Anandraj. The story follows a character stuck in a dreamland haunted by ghosts from the house’s past residents. As reality and fantasy mix, his battle to distinguish between the two unfolds.
Aval Peyar Rajni (Tamil, Malayalam)- 8th December In Theatres
This mystery film features Kalidas Jayaram, Namitha Pramod, Saiju Kurup, and Reba Monica John. Directed by Vinil Scariah Varghese, the movie is in both Tamil and Malayalam. It’s a thrilling story about solving an accident mystery. The film includes some supernatural elements and a touch of Rajni-style excitement.
Saba Nayagan (Tamil)- 15th December in Theatres
Starring Ashok Selvan and Megha Akash, this movie is a romantic comedy that revolves around the character Aravind, played by Ashok Selvan. Written and directed by CS Karthikeyan, the film takes a light-hearted approach to three different love stories and adds a touch of bromance. It’s been a while since a feel-good film hit theaters, so we’re excited about this one.
Kannagi (Tamil) – 15th December in Theatres
Featuring Keerthi Pandian, Ammu Abhirami, Vidya Pradeep, and Shaalin Zoya, the film tells the stories of four women and their lives. Written and directed by Yashwanth Kishore, the movie sheds light on different challenges women face in society. It explores situations like a girl forced to showcase herself to potential grooms and a woman unwilling to grant a divorce to her husband, addressing important societal issues.
Fight Club (Tamil) – 15th December in Theatres
Following the hit film Leo, director Lokesh Kanagaraj launched his production company, G Squad. He revealed the poster for the first movie from the new banner, titled Fight Club. Starring Vijay Kumar and featuring music by Govind Vasantha, known for 96, the film promises to be a tough and exciting action thriller.
Dunki (Hindi) – 21st December in Theatres
Shahrukh Khan‘s third film this year is Dunki, featuring Tapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, Boman Irani, and Vikram Kochar. The story revolves around a group of people aspiring to relocate to the United States for better opportunities. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, the movie assures a mix of romance, comedy, drama, and action.
Salaar (Telugu)- 22nd December in Theatres
The long-awaited movie featuring Prabhas, Prithviraj, and Shruti Haasan assures a thrilling action experience. Created by the team behind the blockbuster KGF, this film tells the tale of two friends who, once like brothers, become enemies.
Kho Gaye Hum Kahan (Hindi) – 26th December on Netflix
Ananya Pandey, Adarsh Gourav, and Siddhanth Chaturvedi star in this Netflix film, a coming-of-age story about three friends. The movie revolves around Imaad (Siddhant), Ahana (Ananya), and Neli (Adarsh) as they navigate through life’s journey. It explores the challenges and experiences of these young individuals dealing with issues relevant to today’s generation.