Laal Singh Chaddha is Indian cinema’s biggest hit this month, as Aamir Khan plays an autistic soldier in the (much delayed) remake of the Hollywood film Forrest Gump. The film opens on August 11 in theaters nationwide. On the Bollywood side, we also have Darlings led by Alia Bhatt, part of the original Indian lineup for Netflix in August. Starring Shefali Shah, Vijay Verma and Roshan Mathew, Darlings will premiere August 5 on Netflix worldwide.
Bullet Train, an exciting action-thriller starring Brad Pitt, leads the list of the biggest Hollywood movies for August 2022. The hype surrounding it is shocking, especially for the staff. Indian demographic, when Sony Pictures was about to show the film all day in advance for us. Not only that, the series will be airing on day one with multiple Indian dubs – English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, on August 4th. Another hotly anticipated entry is the series. Jordan Peele’s western sci-fi thriller, Nope, marks his second collaboration with Oscar-winning actor Daniel Kaluuya. Nope will launch on August 19 in India.
August has even more movies to offer, including a new Prime Video superhero Sylvester Stallone based on the graphic novel series, Samaritan. For your convenience, we have selected the best August 2022 movies coming to theaters, Netflixand Main videowhich you can check out below.
High speed train
When: August 4
From the director of Deadpool 2 to High speed train – a high-octane horror film set in modern-day Japan. Inspired by the action movies in Train to Busan, this Brad Pitt actor takes a ridiculous John Wick-like premise and throws it on a speeding train. The unlucky assassin Ladybug (Pitt) is determined to do her job peacefully after many fouls. As fate would have it, his journey carries four other assassins who share different goals, setting off a chain reaction of bone-chilling battles.
Time is running out, when the bullet train arrives at its destination, Kyoto, revealing each deadly enemy and their motives. Aaron Taylor-Johnson has been into action movies since Tenet, takes on the role of Tangerine, a British assassin good at hand-to-hand combat. Joey King plays a role suitable for her age, an assassin in the guise of a schoolgirl, while Hiroyuki Sanada uses a katana to slash those who are coming in the past.
Director David Leitch adapted the film from the Japanese novel Maria Beetle, which is also the name of the character Sandra Bullock, who handles Ladybug. The uploaded cast, as evidenced by the oversaturated poster, features Michael Shannon, Andrew Koji and Zazie Beats as the assassin, while Karen Fukuhara (Boys) plays a train member.
When: August 5
Set in a poor neighborhood in Mumbai, director Jasmeet K. Reen’s directorial debut explores the lives of a mother-daughter duo, navigating their love lives through strange circumstances. Alia Bhatt and Shefali Shah lead the cast of Honey as a duo – with the former playing a troubled housewife hoping to solve her fickle husband’s drinking problem.
Vijay Sharma (Mirzapur) plays the alcoholic husband Hamza, who explodes into a rage when he suspects his wife is cheating on him with Zulfi (Roshan Mathew), a man around his age. The Darlings trailer suggests that Zulfi is in a relationship with the mother. When feelings of distrust lead to an act of cruelty, Badru and her mother must boldly, though clumsy, seek revenge.
When: August 5
Where: Prime Video
Directed by Ron Howard (Apollo 13), Thirteen lives based on true events that happened only four years ago in Thailand. When a group of boys and their soccer coach are trapped in a flooded underground cave system, an international rescue team is deployed to save them. The acclaimed filmmaker used his expertise in true stories to try and dramatize the 2018 Tham Luang cave rescue campaign for audiences back home.
Colin Farrell appeared in the movie for the first time since Batman, is one of the skilled divers tasked with rescuing the children. He is joined by Viggo Mortenson (Crime of the future) and Joel Edgerton (Green Knight), as they found their way tirelessly through damp, dark caves as the walls closed around them.
Visually, the film seems to take notes from Neil Marshall’s The Descent, by creating a claustrophobic, claustrophobic feel with dimly lit hallways and handheld cameras to add tension. And even though there’s an online documentary based on said events, Ron Howard’s touch is magical.
Laal Singh Chaddha
When: August 11
The Hindi remake of the Oscar-winning Forrest Gump marks Aamir Khan’s return to cinema after nearly four years. Laal Singh Chaddha (Khan) tells the life story of an autistic person with big dreams, taking the audience on an emotional ride from his childhood experiences to when he served as a Decorated member of the Indian Army.
Reviewed by Laal Singh Chaddha In the trailer, director Advait Chauhan seems to have altered the plot to suit Indian sensibilities – by setting the story in Punjab and introducing romances that cater to Bollywood lovers.
Kareena Kapoor plays love interest Rupa who understands the complexities of living with someone like Chaddha, while Mona Singh plays a loving mother. The film also stars Naga Chaitanya, Manav Vij and Kim Sharma.
When: August 19
Another remake on this list comes from the filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, who tries to re-imagine the Spanish Netflix series Mirage. Taapsee Pannu (Pink) leads the cast as Antara, who moves with his family to a new home. An old TV found in a warehouse opens up a series of strange events, as Antara is able to interact with a child’s ghost via transmission. The brief interaction causes the space-time continuum to malfunction – altering reality and influencing events in the present.
The Dobaaraa trailer never really explains the logic behind the events, but fans can expect horror themes and an age-old murder mystery hanging over the top.
Hardy Nation (listed on IMDb) plays a 12-year-old carrying a message 25 years into the future, while Rahul Bhat plays the careless husband to Antara. Pavail Gulati, who co-starred with Pannu in 2020’s Thappad, returns as a DCP officer, while M. Nassar (Baahubali film) plays a certain scientist in the movie. Dobaaraa.
When: August 19
Considering the sparse information in the trailers so far, Jordan Peele’s No looks pretty dope. Set in an isolated California town, two siblings played by Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer discover a strange phenomenon in the sky above. A UFO, which has the presence of backlash horses, regularly appears to devour the monsters at night. Keeping this in mind, Jupe – played by Steven Yeun (Minari) – the owner of an adjoining amusement park, tries to profit from the otherworldly phenomenon by using horses as bait.
From here on, things seem to take a turn for the worse, as the aliens start attacking everyone in sight. It also implies that looking up at the sky can put you in danger, as evidenced by Palmer repeating to himself, “Don’t look.” Compared to his two most recent films, Get Out and Us, Peele has a larger scope to work here – even adding cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema to his arsenal to get those shots. that large scale image. Nope has hit theaters in the US, and Indians will have to wait a few more weeks.
When: August 26
Where: Prime Video
Sylvester Stallone (Rocky) plays Joe Smith, a retired superhero who has surpassed his peak in this new Prime Video original. The Samaritans, based on the graphic novel series of the same name, has a grounded story approach – similar to M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable. Set in the fictional Granite City overrun by criminals, the plot follows 13-year-old Sam Cleary – played by Javon Walton (Happiness) – who realizes that his elderly neighbor is the famous superhero, Samaritan, who is presumed dead 25 years ago.
As a friendship blossoms between the two, a new villain played by Pilou Asbæk (Game of Thrones) begins to wreak havoc on the city, forcing Joe to retire. Bragi F. Schut, one of the comic’s original creators, has adapted it into a screenplay, with Julius Avery directing. Before that, the film went through several delays due to various studio acquisitions, and at one point, was even slated to hit theaters.
The Samaritans also stars Martin Starr (Spider-Man: Far From Home), Dascha Polanc, Moisés Arias, Natacha Karam and Jared Odrick.