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Rewind 2022: Top 10 Best Movies Released in India in 2022


The Hindi film industry might not have had the best year in 2022, but Indian films had a year to remember. 2022 turned out to be a significant year for pan-Indian films, with Kannada, Telugu, and Tamil movies causing waves across the nation. A list of the Top 10 most-watched Indian movies of the year has been made public by IMDb. Only one Hindi movie cut; Telugu, Kannada, and Tamil movies all had spots on the list of best movies. The movies on the list reportedly had more than 200 million monthly views on IMDb.

Top 10 Best Movies Released in India in 2022

1. RRR (Rise Roar Revolt):

On top of the list was SS Rajamouli’s RRR, which was recently nominated for two Golden Globe awards. The movie was a box office smash upon release, but it only gained international attention after being made available online. RRR, which starred Ram Charan and Jr. NTR in the lead parts, was one of the most enjoyable theatrical productions this year for the audience because Rajamouli gave them a show they had been missing since before the pandemic.

2. The Kashmir Files:

The contentious Vivek Agnihotri movie recently made headlines after IFFI jury chair Nadav Lapid referred to it as “propaganda” during the festival’s closing ceremony. The 1990s migration of Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir was the subject of the movie, which was released earlier this year. The movie, which starred Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi, and Darshan Kumar among others, sparked a discussion when it was first released.

3. Vikram:

After Vishwaroopam 2 in 2018, Kamal Haasan’s return to the big screen was thanks to Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Vikram. According to the filmmaker, who recently participated in a roundtable discussion, the movie, which also starred Malayalam and Tamil actors Fahadh Faasil and Vijay Sethupathi, launched an entire universe that would have sequels and spin-offs.

4. KGF Chapter 2:

KGF Chapter 2 continued the story of Rocky and was one of the most anticipated movies of the year. KGF Chapter 2, which was produced on a grand scale, was the largest box office success of the year in India and demonstrated that theatergoers were willing to part with large sums of money in exchange for entertainment that was worthwhile. The film, which had Yash in the major role and was directed by Prashanth Neel, was hailed as an ode to Hindi cinema of the 1970s.

5. Kantara:

Rishab Shetty’s Kantara, the year’s biggest Kannada surprise hit, was made on a shoestring budget but ended up becoming a pan-Indian smash. Moviegoers and critics praised Rishab, who also played the lead part in the production, highly because they thought it was a culturally rooted film. Although Kantara wasn’t distributed pan-Indianally, the film’s triumphant reception in the home Kannada market made it possible for it to have a pan-Indian release, which worked to its advantage.

6. Rocketry: The Nambi Effect:

The biopic of physicist Nambi Narayanan titled Rocketry: The Nambi Effect Starred R Madhavan in the title role. The movie, which served as Madhavan’s directorial debut, was distributed in numerous languages after having its world premiere at the Cannes International Film Festival. R Madhavan even expressed in interviews how he went into depth with getting each character perfect and flawless, he did research and met up with numerous people to make it work.

7. Major:

The film Major featured Adivi Sesh in the major role of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, who lost his life as a martyr during the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. The movie tracked his life from boyhood to the moment he decided to give his life to save the lives of many other people who were trapped within the Taj hotel at the time of the crisis.

8. Sita Ramam:

Sita Ramam, a love story starring Dulquer Salmaan and Mrunal Thakur, became an unexpected smash in Telugu, and after the movie’s popularity there, the producers distributed the dubbed versions across the nation. Sita Ramam demonstrated that the audience was prepared to accept the love tale genre once again, although it isn’t as well-liked as it once was.

9. Ponniyin Selvan: Part One:

A large cast supported the Mani Ratnam magnum epic, which will shortly have a sequel. The movie, which was based on a series of novels by Kalki, stars Vikram, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Karthi, Trisha Krishnan, Jayam Ravi, Sobhuta Dhulipala, and many others.

10. 777 Charlie:

This Kannada movie by Kiranraj K, which starred Rakshit Shetty and Sangeetha Sringeri among others, told the tale of the friendship between a dog and a lonely factory worker. The movie only had a small theatrical run, but after earning positive reviews, it became one of the most widely discussed Kannada movies of the year.

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