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14 films and series not to be missed in October 2022

From Goodbye to Maja Ma, Doctor G and more: look out for these film and series releases hitting screens in October.

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Hasan Minhaj in his Netflix special
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Hasan Minhaj: The King’s Jester (Netflix)

Hasan Minhaj returns to Netflix with his second special on the streaming service, delving into the highs and lows of fame, fatherhood, and freedom of speech.

Release date: 4 October

 

Babe Bhangra Paunde Ne
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Babe Bhangra Paunde Ne (in cinemas)

Guaranteed to bring the family together, Diljit Dosanjh unites young and old with this Punjabi comedy release. Adopting an elderly millionaire, the ‘get rich quick’ scheme he hopes for doesn’t go exactly as planned.

Release date: 5 October

 

God Father
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God Father (in cinemas)

Telugu megastar Chiranjeevi brings you actions and thrills not to be missed in God Father. With superstar Salman Khan slated to make an appearance as well, God Father looks to be a blockbuster for the box office.

Release date: 5 October

 

Madhuri Dixit in Maja Ma
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Maja Ma (Prime Video)

A treat for the OTT audience, Madhuri Dixit dazzles in this family drama that explores the trials and tribulations of motherhood and marriage.

Release date: 6 October

 

Rashmika and Amitabh in Goodbye
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Goodbye (in cinemas)

Family is the word in this heart-warming film starring the stellar ensemble of Amitabh Bachchan, Neena Gupta and Rashmika Mandanna as she debuts in Hindi cinema. Following a sudden family death, relationships are tested in this film that will surely leave you wanting a family hug.

Release date: 7 October

 

Coffee with Kadhal
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Coffee with Kadhal (in cinemas)

The upcoming Tamil rom com takes the classic family drama and adds a sweet spin with a multi-starrer cast. The movie follows four siblings and their journey in finding their life partner, but a love triangle thrown into the mix should make things interesting!

Release date: 7 October

 

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Code Name: Tiranga
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Code Name: Tiranga (in cinemas)

Parineeti Chopra and Harrdy Sandhu have been paired together in this spy thriller with a patriotic pulse. On a mission that takes her through many countries and challenges, the RAW agent finds herself fearlessly devoted to making sacrifices for her nation.

Release date: 14 October

 

Doctor G
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Doctor G (in cinemas)

Ayushmann Khurrana promises to bring his best to this medical comedy that showcases his struggles as a male gynecologist. Reminiscent of Khurranna’s debut in Vicky Donor, Rakul Preet Singh and Shefali Shah join him to bring comedy to some important conversations.

Release date: 14 October

 

Mismatched 2
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Mismatched: Season 2 (Netflix)

The wait is finally over as Dimple and Rishi return in the second season of Mismatched! The highly anticipated release continues the narrative told by Sandhya Menon in her novel When Dimple Met Rishi with Rohit Saraf and Prajakta Kohli shining already shining in the first season of the adaptation.

Release date: 14 October

 

Shantarm
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Shantaram (Apple TV+)

Based on the 2003 novel of the same name, the American drama series brings Mumbai to the OTT platform in style. Following a bank robber from Australia who flees to India, his journey doesn’t come without its challenges as he navigates being on the run in foreign territory.

Release date: 14 October

 

Sardar
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Sardar (in cinemas)

Cinema halls won’t be lacking in Indian action thrillers this October as Karthi stars in the Tamil film Sardar. Expected to be seen in a dual role, Karthi headlines this cinematic story that promises spies, secrets, and star performances.

Release date: 21 October

 

Ram Setu
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Ram Setu (in cinemas)

Akshay Kumar has proven he is not slowing down anytime soon with Ram Setu being his 5th release for 2022! This action-adventure flick brings the ‘Indiana Jones vibes’ for the Indian audience as archaeologist Aryan Kulshrestha uncovers the mystery of the Ram Setu bridge referenced in the Ramayana.

Release date: 25 October

 

Ajay Devgan in Thank God
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Thank God (in cinemas)

A fantasy-comedy that sees Sidharth Malhotra step away from his recent realm of action roles, Thank God is already receiving rave reviews for the early 2000s vibes audiences have missed! Ajay Devgan is seen as Chitragupt, a Hindu deity in the afterlife, as we see Malhotra’s character walk through his weaknesses in the game of life.

Release date: 25 October

 

Honeymoon
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Honeymoon (in cinemas)

Gippy Grewal and Jasmin Bhasin lead the cast in this romantic comedy that sees a newlywed couple hoping to go on their honeymoon. However, unaware of what the honeymoon entails, their family beg to tag along, leaving the lovebirds having to put a hold on their romance.

Release date: 25 October

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